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Public consultation on priorities for Network Codes and Guidelines for 2018

The European Commission has opened a public consultation to consult stakeholders on priorities of network codes for electricity until the 20th December 2017. The consultation is opened to public authorities, Member States authorities, private organisations, industry associations, SMEs, Consultancies, other relevant stakeholders and Citizens (inside and outside of the European Union). The European Commission has to establish […]

The State of the Union 2017: A resilient Energy Union with a forward-looking climate change policy

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker yesterday delivered his 2017 State of the Union Address, before the Members of the European Parliament in Strasbourg, presenting “a resilient Energy Union” as one of his priorities for the year ahead and outlining his vision for how the European Union could evolve by 2025. “As we look to the […]

The 8th Clean Energy Ministerial met Smart Energy Solutions of NOBEL GRID

On 6th-8th June, NOBEL GRID project presented its smart energy solutions to more than 10.000 visitors in the 8th Clean Energy Ministerial in Beijing, the annual meeting of energy ministers and high-level delegates from the 24 member countries and the European Union. The 8th Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM8) provided an opportunity to leverage high-level political […]

NOBEL GRID selected to participate in the 8th Clean Energy Ministerial in China

The Innovation and Networks Executive Agency of the European Commission has selected NOBEL GRID, out of more than 200 European projects, to exhibit its tools and ICT services in the Eighth Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM8) in Beijing on 6th–8th of June. In total, two projects were selected by the Commission to show the best smart grid […]

NOBEL GRID takes part in the EUSEW 2017

NOBEL GRID project will participate actively with different activities in the European Sustainable Energy Week 2017, the Europe’s largest event dedicated to sustainable energy policy issues which take place in June 2017 all around Europe. European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW), organised by the European Commission,  is taking place on 19-25 June 2017 in Brussels and is […]

Residential Energy Storage Forum in Berlin

Yesterday NOBEL GRID participated in the 4th Residential Energy Storage Forum, which takes place between 8-12 May in Berlin, to discuss about whether the energy market need customer storage incentives to reach the desired outcomes from residential energy storage. Lola Alacreu, coordinator of NOBEL GRID, participated in the panel session: “To What Extent Does The […]

The Clean Energy Transition shapes Distribution System Operators’ (DSOs) roles

EDSO for Smart Grids hosted yesterday in Brussels a workshop to debate about the growing roles that distribution system operators’ (DSOs) will play in the future since they are part of the Clean Energy Package of the European Commission. The workshop “debating DSOs’ roles as part of the Clean Energy Package” gathered experts and panellist […]

Launched EU Sustainable Energy Week 2017

The European Commission has just launched today the EU Sustainable Energy Week 2017 , which will take place on 19 to 25 June 2017, and the call for conference sessions and award nominations for the EU Sustainable Energy Awards – the deadline for both calls is 3 March -. The theme for the 2017 conference will be ‘Clean Energy […]

Unbundled Smart Meter Design Solutions and Lessons Learned

In April 2015 the Horizon 2020 project Nobel Grid announced the unbundled smart meter, an architectural systematization in which smart meter functionalities are adequately grouped in two separate (unbundled) parts, making the ensemble both metrology-proof and highly flexible. Lessons learned during the period of design, as well as technologies applied for preparing the project rollout […]

“Clean Energy for All Europeans”: new step towards the clean energy transition

The European Commission (EC) presented yesterday in Brussels a package of measures to keep the European Union competitive as the clean energy transition is changing the global energy markets, which will ensure “clean energy for all Europeans”. The Clean Energy for All Europeans package, which contains several legislative proposals, has three main goals: putting energy […]

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