As an answer to present and incoming challenges, FLEXIGRID project proposes to improve the distribution grid operation making it more flexible, reliable and cost-efficient, through the development of four hardware solutions.
SDN-microSENSE intends to provide a set of secure, privacy-enabled and resilient to cyberattacks tools, thus ensuring the normal operation of EPES as well as the integrity and the confidentiality of communications.
The main objective of SOCCRATES is to develop and implement a security automation and decision support platform that enhances the effectiveness of SOC and CSIRT operations.
The PHOENIX project is a European Union funded collaborative project improving the cyber security of the European electrical power energy systems (EPES), i.e. the so called Smart Grid.
TIGON will build and test solutions for the future widescale rollout of hybrid microgrids. The aim is to enhance the reliability and resilience of decentralised renewables-based power systems.
Based on the results from the ERIGrid-1 project, the successor project ERIGrid 2.0 will expand the research services and tools of European research infrastructures for validating smart energy networks with the electric power grid as the main backbone.
The core of the ACCEPT project is the concept of “energy communities” with the collective approach to bring citizens, local businesses and organizations together, to produce and consume locally generated, renewable energy.
The project promotes state-of-theart technologies to enhance the exploitation/capacity/efficiency of transmission grid assets, either on the generation or the transmission level.
SYNERGY introduces a novel framework in response to the need for “end-to-end” coordination between the electricity stakeholders – not only in business terms but also in exchanging information.