Launched in 2011, NICE GRID’s objective was to test the operation of a “smart” solar district in the city of Carros, in south eastern France.
Nice Grid developed an energy management system that optimize the balance between energy consumption and generation at a secondary distribution network level.
In this session we will discuss in details key themes in the deployment of the project that includes: - Flexibility as a mean to reduce grid constraints within an automatised mechanisms
- Microgrid architecture to control devices on the field (storage, OLTC, meters) with innovative broadband powerline carrier
- Storage as a key factor for PV integration, peak demand reduction and islanding
- Smart meters as essential bricks for a smarter grid
- Building automation and large consumers
- Making sense of peak load
Make sure you join the session to understand the strategy behind the Nice Grid's project and the exclusive latest results. Part of [NICE GRID - A Smart Solar District]