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INVADE pilots ready to go live:
What is the added value?

By Mari Kristine Buckholm, Smart Innovation Norway 22. March 2019

In a few weeks the INVADE integrated platform will be up and running and the pilot owners are both hopeful and excited about what the results will show.

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Extreme price volatility in the Bulgarian Energy Exchange provides excellent conditions for demand side management

By Mari Kristine Buckholm, Smart Innovation Norway 19. March 2019

The Bulgarian INVADE pilot is now making its final preparation steps to go live. So far, the testing and results have been sensational.

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This is INVADE Horizon 2020

By Nordic Media Lab 7. February 2019

Watch the official INVADE film and learn how the EU funded Horizon 2020 project will impact society and affect your everyday life!

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Rents out electric cars to inhabitants and tourists: 
Municipality tests INVADE solution in new and groundbreaking mobility project

By Mari Kristine Buckholm, Smart Innovation Norway 25. January 2019

With the help of smart charging tools developed in the EU Horizon 2020 project, INVADE, Halden Municipality aims to reduce CO2 emissions, lower their costs – and even out social differences.

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Launched Europe’s first EV Charge Court:
“We are building the future EV charging solution”

By Mari Kristine Buckholm, Smart Innovation Norway 23. January 2019

A consortium of energy and technology companies, research partners and a municipality are building a revolutionizing charging concept for electric cars in Sarpsborg, Norway, based on the INVADE model. By the end of 2019, Inspiria Charge Court will be opened.

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@INVADEH2020 : In a few weeks, the INVADE integrated platform will be up and running and the pilot owners are both hopeful and excited about what the results will show. Read more: ( - 6 hours ago)

@INVADEH2020 : In a few weeks the INVADE integrated platform will be up and running and the pilot owners are both hopeful and exci… https://t.co/EhKtvElRCA ( - 6 hours ago)

@INVADEH2020 : The INVADE project has developed 4 Use Cases with mobile, centralized, distributed and hybrid #storage. D4.1 shows… https://t.co/6KXhmZMqqW ( - 1 day ago)

@INVADEH2020 : INVADE has defined a new role within the power system, an Independent Flexibility Operator for offering flexibility services to DSO, BRP or end-users with flexibility sources as storage, electric vehicles, renewable generation and demand response from prosumers. The added value of the flexibility operator has been identified for 4 Use Cases: mobile, centralized, distributed and hybrid storage. The architecture for providing such flexibility services in a cloud-based platform from the flexibility sources is based in SGAM for assuring interoperability, and it includes function, component, information and communication layers. Read more in Deliverable 4.1: ( - 1 day ago)

@INVADEH2020 : INVADE has defined the Flexibility Operator role that pools the small flexibility of customers to make use of them… https://t.co/yT94XP4HLS ( - 1 day ago)

@INVADEH2020 : The Bulgarian INVADE pilot @AlbenaResort is now making its final preparation steps to go live. So far, the testing… https://t.co/lpiILcWpOI ( - 3 days ago)

@INVADEH2020 : The Bulgarian INVADE pilot Albena Resort, Bulgaria is now making its final preparation steps to go live. So far, the testing and results have been sensational. Read more: ( - 3 days ago)

@polivros : RT @polivros: That is a clear signal for new companies developing home energy management systems and aggregation tools. Let's go for it! #E… ( - 3 days ago)

@INVADEH2020 : The INVADE research on future energy market reveals that Europe has lagged significantly behind Asia and America in… https://t.co/fiRStAWIJU ( - 1 week ago)

@INVADEH2020 : As digitalization and new technology takes hold in the energy business, consumer habits change radically, revealing increased demand for a new market approach. This is particularly important when noting that Europe recently has lagged behind other international markets in forward looking business modelling. That’s why platform based business models look increasingly fit for the future. Also, the INVADE project early on concluded that they should be developed in parallel with – rather than tailing behind – technology platforms. Access Deliverable 9.1: ( - 1 week ago)