Europe’s new energy storage STORY – tackling integration for DSOs
The STORY project is researching new energy storage technologies and their benefits in European distribution systems.
Vehicle to homes and buildings – an alternative for electric vehicles
Vehicle-to-home technology, demonstrated feasible, is set to be tested in a new trial in northern England with renewable supplier Good Energy.
Integrating electric vehicles into the grid – three takeaways
E-mobility heads Federico Caleno at Enel X and Sven Jaspers at Nuon/Vattenfall discuss the grid integration of electric vehicles.
Vehicle to grid – Audi joins a growing market
Auto manufacturers are playing a key role in driving the nascent vehicle to grid energy market.
Europe – the challenges for flexibility
Flexibility is needed on implementing a framework for demand side flexibility in Europe.
Interoperability for demand side flexibility
ESMIG is leading a project on end to end alignment of data standards for demand side flexibility.
Demand response in blocks of buildings
The DR-BOB project is investigating the flexibility that blocks of buildings can offer to the grid.
Stand-alone grid solution comes to Swedish village
A microgrid solution is being installed in Simris in southern Sweden as part of the InterFlex project.
Virtualising homes – the new load management paradigm
Engerati investigates how distributed intelligence could open the way for demand management at the grid edge.
Centrica futureproofs flexibility with aggregator acquisition
Centrica has acquired the Belgian demand response startup REstore for €70m.
Peer-to-peer energy trading makes footprints in Europe
Open Utility expands its Piclo peer-to-peer renewable trading platform to Italy and Netherlands and is developing a flexibility marketplace in UK.