The Horizon 2020 EU project INVADE is arriving at its end and the partners aim to share their findings regarding efficient use of centralised and distributed storage – for the benefit of consumers and grid operators.
Stationary batteries and electrical vehicles can be used to optimize energy and power of households, buildings and power networks with a large presence of renewable generation, also considering the electricity market. The solution is based on a smart IT platform that facilitates advanced services in electrical energy. The project partners will share their results with engaging presentations as a side event of Smart City Expo World Congress 2019 in Barcelona on 20th of November 2019.
- Venue: Room 1.4. Area CC1 in Fira Barcelona Gran Via (Av. Joan Carles I, 64, 08908 L’Hospitalet de Llobregat, Barcelona)
- FREE attendance via registration
12:50 Introducing INVADE and partners | Dieter Hirdes, Smart Innovation Norway
13:00 Are Platform-based business models relevant in the energy market? | Dagfin Wåge, Lyse
13:10 Exploitation of flexibility services | Bernt Bremdal, Smart Innovation Norway
13:20 Optimal use of lithium-ion batteries in grid applications | Yancho Todorov, VTT
13:30 Architecture for facilitating flexibility | Pau Lloret, UPC-CITCEA
13:40 Flexibility management algorithms | Hossein Farahmand, NTNU
13:50 The INVADE platform – An intelligent tool that optimize the value of your flexibility | Jon Spetaas, eSmart Systems
14:00 Flexibility services to end customers | Trond Thorbjørnsen, Lyse
14:10 Renewable Energy impact managed by Smart Charging | Marisca Zweistra, Elaad & Michel Bayings, Greenflux
14:20 Centralized Storage System to provide several flexibility services | Vera Palma, Estabanell Energia
14:30 PV-batteries – a evolution for the energy market in Germany | Malte Thoma, Badenova
14:40 Energy Transition in Hospitality Sector | Dimitar Stanev & Svilen Prialkov, Albena