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BRIDGE website GO-LIVE

The BRIDGE initiative, in which NOBEL GRID is member, has launched its website, where visitors could find for each BRIDGE working group (Data Management, Business Models, Regulations, Customer Engagement) their public outcomes. BRIDGE, established in November 2015,  is an initiative from the European Commission which unites Horizon 2020 Smart Grid and Energy Storage Projects to create […]

Meeting Lancaster Cohousing in United Kingdom

Lancaster Cohousing is one of the five demonstration site of the NOBEL GRID project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. Lancaster Cohousing provides the best test-bed for NOBEL GRID project since it has lots of on-site renewable generation (solar PV panels, hydro electric scheme and a single biomass boiler) as […]

NOBEL GRID brings Smart Energy Solutions to Lancaster Cohousing

NOBEL GRID project is starting to test pilots demand-response services in Lancaster Cohousing since the begging of 2017, which will bring smart energy solutions to their more than 40 householders and business tenants. The 21st of February, NOBEL GRID consortium visited in situ all the new smart energy tools and services set up in its […]

Pilots demand-response services arrived to Lancaster Cohousing

This January, Carbon Co-op have begun to install smart meter extension (SMX) devices at Halton Mill, of Lancaster Cohousing,  as part of the pilots demand response services of NOBEL GRID project – funded by the Horizon 2020 Programme -. Lancaster Co-housing is a co-operative housing development in Lancaster in the North West of England consisting […]

First 2017 Gathering with BRIDGE Members

NOBEL GRID participated in the first 2017 gathering of BRIDGE initiative between 17th and 19th of January at the Directorate-General for Energy in Brussels, which had four fruitful Working Groups (WGs) meetings on Customer Engagement, Business Models, Regulations, Data Management and a Coordination Meeting. Those meetings aimed to present the goals accomplished during the last […]

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 […]

The “Smart energy for people” project reached the main Spanish stakeholders

Nobel Grid project was presented in the III Smart Grid Congress in Madrid last 18-19 October 2016 to more than 150 participants and the main stakeholders of the sector in Spain and now its exhibition information has been published in Spanish. The event aimed to discuss about the present challenges of the Smart Grid and […]

NOBEL GRID’s commitment with the circular economy in Madrid

The Representation of the European Commission in Spain (Madrid) hold yesterday the “ECCE Meetings: Circular Economy” in which NOBEL GRID project participated together with other Spanish projects. This meeting, organised by the Representation of the European Commission in Spain, “aimed to create cooperation and exchange of ideas and good practices”, explained the organisers. As well, […]

Making progress in the advanced tools and the ICT services of NOBEL GRID

Nobel Grid Consortium met in the headquarters of ETRA I+D (Valencia), between the 25-26 October, to define some aspects of its advanced tools and ICT services. Nobel Grid is working on the development,integration and real demonstration of new services to be provided to all the actors of the electricity distribution grid and market. This will […]

First Peer Review of NOBEL GRID

  Brussels, 16 September 2016. – NOBEL GRID Project, funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Programme, had its 1st peer review meeting with the European Commission yesterday in the village of Eeklo (Belgium), where the 21 partners of the consortium tracked the progress and follow-up of it. The renewable energy cooperative Ecopower in Flanders […]

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