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Enabling Demand Response for short and real-time Efficient And Market Based smart Grid Operation - An intelligent and real-time simulation approach

Objectif

Smart Grid (SG) concepts are rapidly being transferred to the market and huge investments have been made in renewable based electricity generation and rolling out smart meters. However, the present state of the art does not ensure neither a good return of investment nor a sustainable and efficient power system. The work so far in the EU involves mainly larger stakeholders, namely power utilities and manufacturers more focused on production and grid resources. A closer attention to the demand side of the system is required, and especially in the interaction with the new methods for SG management.
Efficient power systems require the optimal use of the available resources to cope with demand requirements and Demand Response (DR) programs with adequate business models can leverage demand flexibility both on centralized and distributed models, as renewable energygeneration is highly dependable of uncontrolled factors (as wind and solar radiation) for which anticipated forecasts are hardly trustful.
DREAM-GO puts together research teams from the EU and US thus taking advantage of US experience in DR, teaming up academic partners with pioneer work in smart grid management and non-academic partners (SMEs) with the required know how and infrastructure to jointly produce relevant advancements in the state of the art. SME participation will ensure cross-fertilization of ideas and competences to build a knowledge network targeting the scientific community and other smart grid actors, as power resource managers, grid operators and resource aggregators, and ultimately targeting consumers (through consumers organisations and curtailment service providers) on the demand side. The main goal is to create a framework with the required methods and solutions to facilitate the adoption of the results in final applications, by providing grounded scientific knowledge to possible pathways for future implementation of a more efficient SG system in the EU.

Coordinateur

INSTITUTO POLITECNICO DO PORTO
Contribution nette de l'UE
€ 846 000,00
Adresse
Rua Dr Roberto Frias 712
4200-465 Porto
Portugal

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Type d’activité
Higher or Secondary Education Establishments
Contribution hors UE
€ 112 500,00

Participants (5)

UNIVERSITAET DUISBURG-ESSEN

Participation terminée

Allemagne
Contribution nette de l'UE
€ 0,00
Adresse
Universitatsstrasse 2
45141 Essen

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Région
Nordrhein-Westfalen Düsseldorf Essen, Kreisfreie Stadt
Type d’activité
Higher or Secondary Education Establishments
Contribution hors UE
€ 0,00
UNIVERSIDAD DE SALAMANCA
Espagne
Contribution nette de l'UE
€ 504 000,00
Adresse
Calle Patio De Escuelas 1
37008 Salamanca

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Région
Castilla y León Salamanca
Type d’activité
Higher or Secondary Education Establishments
Contribution hors UE
€ 72 000,00
CLEANWATTS DIGITAL SA
Portugal
Contribution nette de l'UE
€ 351 000,00
Adresse
Ladeira Da Paula 6 Murteira
3040-574 Coimbra

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PME

L’entreprise s’est définie comme une PME (petite et moyenne entreprise) au moment de la signature de la convention de subvention.

Oui
Région
Continente Centro (PT) Região de Coimbra
Type d’activité
Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)
Contribution hors UE
€ 9 000,00
NEBUSENS, S.L.
Espagne
Contribution nette de l'UE
€ 220 500,00
Adresse
Calle Adaja S/n Parque Cientifico De La Usal Edificio M2
37185 Villamayor Salamanca

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PME

L’entreprise s’est définie comme une PME (petite et moyenne entreprise) au moment de la signature de la convention de subvention.

Oui
Région
Castilla y León Salamanca
Type d’activité
Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)
Contribution hors UE
€ 9 000,00
DISCOVERGY GMBH
Allemagne
Contribution nette de l'UE
€ 238 500,00
Adresse
Am Berg 12
52076 Aachen

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PME

L’entreprise s’est définie comme une PME (petite et moyenne entreprise) au moment de la signature de la convention de subvention.

Oui
Type d’activité
Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)
Contribution hors UE
€ 22 500,00

Partenaires (1)

Partenaire

Les organisations partenaires contribuent à la mise en œuvre de l’action, mais ne signent pas la convention de subvention.

Clemson University Research Foundation
États-Unis
Contribution nette de l'UE
€ 0,00
Adresse
Brackett Hall 300
29634 Clemson

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Type d’activité
Higher or Secondary Education Establishments
Contribution hors UE
€ 225 000,00