The FLEXICIENCY project is entering in its final period and it is a good time to look back on the objectives set in the early stages and link them […]
Testing Virtual Power Plants’ Efficient Provision of Ancillary Services From a Communication System Perspective
Study finds that the OpenADR 2.0b communication architecture can fulfil functional requirements pertinent to flexibility-related data exchange
Vienna, August 29, 2018 – Austrian energy tech company cyberGRID experts Christoph Gutschi […]
Providing flexibility-oriented solutions to support network operators in managing the electricity system
“Within FLEXICIENCY we are developing a common EU market place with our project partners where all integrations smoothly connect together.”
The energy landscape is undergoing profound transformation: energy demand constantly grows, decarbonisation is a dominant issue in energy-related debates, policy makers and consumers lay emphasis more and more on […]
March 6: Welcome to the FLEXICIENCY stakeholder meeting on the EU Market Place held in Brussels on March 6th. The half-day event will dig deep into the value proposition and […]
The European Commission’s vice president in charge of the Energy Union, Maroš Šefčovic, said “[batteries] development and production play a strategic role in the ongoing transition to clean mobility and clean energy systems”.
Peter Nemcek, cyberGRID’s VP of R&D will speak at the conference “En.odmev 018: Digital Transformation in the Energy Industry”.
The electricity market in Europe is becoming more open as cross-border demand response and distributed generation flexibilities of commercial and industrial customers are demonstrated in project FLEXICIENCY
Designing and developing business and market mechanisms to improve flexibility for the European electricity system
cyberGRID is a key contributor to project Magnitude, which was kicked off in October of 2017. This new H2020 project is based on seven real-life case studies of multi-energy systems located in different European countries with different regulatory and geopolitical environments and different technological development levels.
Fossil fuels have a very limited future. Even gas seems to be nothing but a transitional fuel as prices for renewables and storage technologies keep falling and new technologies are being developed to support a much more flexible grid. Project FUTUREFLOW leads the way.