EUniversal is funded by the Horizon 2020 programme (H2020) and a member of the BRIDGE initiative – a European Commission initiative which unites Horizon 2020 Smart Grid, Energy Storage, Islands, and Digitalisation Projects to create a structured view of cross-cutting issues which are encountered in the demonstration projects and may constitute an obstacle to innovation.
These projects activities should contribute to the 2030 Climate-Energy objectives (40% GHG reduction with respect to 1990, at least 27% of renewables by 2030) and they are expected to increase the capacity of the European electricity grid to host a larger share of variable renewables so as to accelerate its decarbonisation.
“For this purpose, stronger engagement of consumers is needed, more flexibility services for both distribution and the transmission grids, higher levels of regional cooperation (i.e. cooperation between a group of neighbouring countries) at transmission levels and well-functioning retail and wholesale markets that are capable of financing necessary investments.”
in: “Building a low-carbon, climate resilient future: secure, clean and efficient energy”
We invite you to learn more about these related projects intend to complement Euniversal’s aproach – visit their websites for more information.
Large scale campaigns to demonstrate how TSO-DSO shall act in a coordinated manner to procure grid services in the most reliable and efficient way
Flexible Energy Production, Demand and Storage-based Virtual Power Plants for Electricity Markets and Resilient DSO Operation
Interoperable solutions for implementing holistic FlEXIbility services in the distribution GRID
Enabling Flexibility for Future Distribution Grid
TSO-DSO-Consumer INTERFACE aRchitecture to provide innovative grid services for an efficient power system
One Network for Europe
Pro-sumer AwaRe, Transactive Markets for Valorization of Distributed flexibilITY enabled by Smart Energy Contracts
PLATform for Operation of distribution NEtworks
Integrated energy solutions and new market mechanisms for an eXtended FLEXibility of the European grid