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Raquel Castán

Raquel Castán has written 83 posts for NobelGrid

Registration to the EUSEW Policy Conference is open

Registration to the EU Sustainable Energy Week Policy Conference 2018 is open. It will take place from 5 to 7 June 2018 in Brussels and all over Europe.  The Policy Conference is the most important European conference dedicated to sustainable energy policy issues. Sessions organised by the European Commission and energy stakeholders debate new policy developments, […]

Citizens of Terni meet NOBEL GRID smart energy solutions

On Wednesday 2nd May, the Municipal Company ASM Terni SpA will organise and host the event called “Citizens meet energy” located at the technological institute “Allievi-Sangallo”. This highly interactive meeting aims at raising awareness of local citizens around the sustainable energy transition and showcasing smart and clean energy solutions developed by NOBEL GRID. “ASM Terni […]

NOBEL GRID: Case study of community-led innovation project in UK

‘Electricity Network Innovation Guide for Communities’ a new report from Energy Networks Association (ENA) and Regen featuring case studies and inspiration including H2020 NOBEL GRID project. This guide is for communities and local energy stakeholders who are interested in electricity network innovation. It will help them learn more about how the energy system is changing, lessons from innovation […]

New energy market reports show surge in wind energy

The new electricity market report, published by the European Commission, confirms that over the last few years electricity consumption in the EU has clearly been decoupled from economic growth. The EU’s GDP increased by almost 12% between 2010 and the end of 2017; over the same period, electricity consumption decreased by 4%. Moreover, in December 2017 […]

NOBEL GRID tools arrived in Ghent (Belgium)

On 11th March, Ecopower has presented NOBEL GRID project during the Buurzame Stroom kick-off event in Ghent, a project where citizens will try to find solutions for a sustainable and fair energy system in their neighbourhood.  To reach this goal Buurzame Stroom has involve the neighbourhood into a number of projects like NOBEL GRID, to […]

SLAM was presented in the Global Smart Energy Summit

On 7th March, the advanced features of the SLAM – the smart meter of NOBEL GRID- has been presented in the panel discussion “Development in smart grids” of the Global Smart Energy Summit in Dubai. ETRA, NOBEL GRID partner, opened the panel discussion “Development in smart grids”, presenting how the Horizon 2020 is working to […]

Meeting the Athens University of Economics and Business

The  Athens University of Economics and Business – Research Centre (AUEB) is a dynamic institution of higher education in Greece founded in 1920. AUEB participates in the project by means of the Services, Technologies and Economics (STEcon) group (previously known as Network Economics and Services Group – NES); a research group that was founded in 1999 by […]

Final stage: Getting ready NOBEL GRID services and tools

On 26th-28th NOBEL GRID consortium has celebrated its first General Meeting of 2018 in Lisbon, hosted by UNINOVA, in order to discuss results and get every product and service ready by the end of the project – June 2018.  Since 2015 NOBEL GRID has been working on the development, integration and real demonstration of new services to be […]

10 years of the Covenant of Mayors: Local and regional leadership for clean energy and climate action

Today the EU Covenant of Mayors celebrated  its 10th anniversary in a ceremony at the European Parliament in Brussels to opportunity to reflect on the success of this movement over the past 10 years and to look ahead to the future. Commission Vice-President for the Energy Union Maroš Šefčovič and Commissioners Miguel Arias Cañete (Climate […]

Commission approves six electricity capacity mechanisms to ensure security

The European Commission has approved under EU State aid rules electricity capacity mechanisms in Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Italy and Poland today. The Commission found that the measures will contribute to ensuring security of supply whilst preserving competition in the Single Market. “Capacity mechanisms can help to safeguard security of electricity supply, but they must be […]

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