INVADE Horizon 2020

Great things are coming

Integrated electric vehicles and batteries to empower distributed and centralised storage in distribution grids.

Renewable energies and electric vehicles (EVs) change the way we consume and produce electricity. It also changes the way those who manage and distribute it must think about the electricity system – to always provide the best possible service for the connected costumers. But these things are difficult, and often take a long time.

The goal of the European-funded H2020 project INVADE is to greatly speed up this process, by showing that the technologies and solutions we have today, only must be connected in new ways to solve the challenges of tomorrow.


The project started in 2017

and lasts for 3 years

With 12 partners

Expertise in IT, smart energy and technology. See our partners

A budget of 16 million €

INVADE is one of the largest European research and innovation projects ever in the field of SmartGrid & Storage

The five pilot sites are located in:

Norway Germany Spain The Netherlands Bulgaria

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Our latest from INVADE

@INVADEH2020 : Watch Smart Innovation Norway's Iliana Ilieva and Jayaprakash Rajasekharan talk about what makes the #Horizon2020 I… https://t.co/yUOjVDejxP ( - 1 week ago)

@INVADEH2020 : We asked Smart Innovation Norway's Iliana Ilieva and Jayaprakash Rajasekharan about their INVADE contributions, and especially; what makes the project so interesting? Watch the video interview: ( - 1 week ago)

“THE WINNER TAKES IT ALL”

Head of R&D and Innovation at Lyse, Dagfinn Wåge, explains why it is crucial to discuss new business models early in the project. (2 weeks ago)

@INVADEH2020 : Importance to start early with business model in innovation projects: https://t.co/d6WFP5U60a https://t.co/cGIo69R0pR ( - 2 weeks ago)

@INVADEH2020 : Head of R&D and Innovation at Lyse explains why it is crucial to discuss new business models early in the project: https://t.co/LE6ddFqn7V ( - 2 weeks ago)

@INVADEH2020 : Head of R&D and Innovation at Lyse, Dagfinn Wåge, explains why it is crucial to discuss new business models early in the project. Read more: ( - 2 weeks ago)