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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 […]

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 […]

Hacking the Energy System

NOBEL GRID partner, Carbon Co-op organises in collaboration with the University of Manchester, the conference “Hacking the Energy System” next 4th November in Manchester. A one conference of discussion and collaboration on future energy system opportunities, innovation and change. “It will be an opportunity for key players within energy system to discuss the change, challenges […]

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