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RENAISSANCE

RENAISSANCE aims to demonstrate an easily replicable approach to design and operate local integrated energy systems that have a high and stable level of social acceptability. The project will demonstrate local energy systems that meet or exceed the EU target of 27% of RES across energy sources, at equal or lower cost of energy in comparison with current solutions, and reach a critical mass of
participation of 15-20% of citizens and businesses.

FLEXIGRID

FLEXIGRID – Interoperable solutions for implementing holistic FLEXIbility services in the distribution GRID Dates: October 2019 – September 2023 Project web: http://www.flexigrid-h2020.eu/ Leader: CIRCE Grant agreement number: 864579 Funded by   DESCRIPTIONThe expected increasing share of variable RES is challenging the electric grid in terms of reliability, stability and security of supply. Indeed, the European…

NESOI

NESOI – New Energy Solutions Optimized for Islands Dates: October 2019 – October 2023 Proyect web: https://www.nesoi.eu/ Leader: CIRCE Grant agreement number: 864266 Funded by   DESCRIPTIONMany islands are engaged in energy transition; however most of them haven’t the expertise to concretely launch investments, access finance and kick start the projects. NESOI aims at filling…

PARITY

PARITY – Pro-sumer AwaRe, Transactive Markets for Valorization of Distributed flexibilITY enabled by Smart Energy Contracts Dates: October 2019 – March 2023 Proyect web: https://parity-h2020.eu/ Leader: CERTH Grant agreement number: 864319 Funded by   DESCRIPTIONPARITY addresses the “structural inertia” of existing distribution grids by delivering a transactive grid & market framework that will increase the durability…

industria

RETROFEED

RETROFEED main objective is to enable the use of an increasingly variable, bio-based and circular feedstock in process industries through the retrofitting of core equipment and the implementation of an advanced monitoring and control system, and providing support to the plant operators by means of a DSS covering the production chain.

POWER4BIO cross-visits

The first POWER4BIO cross visit took place in Hungary, on 25 – 26 September 2019.  Altogether, more than 50 experts participated, including Hungarian stakeholders and the representatives of the ten POWER4BIO regions. The main organiser of the event was the Bay Zoltán Nonprofit Ltd., POWER4BIO representative of the Southern Great Plain region.