Watch the INVADE videos here

By Mari Kristine Buckholm, Smart Innovation Norway 1. October 2018

On this page, you will find all videos and video interviews made for the EU Horizon 2020 INVADE project.


Pilot site: Albena, Bulgaria

The INVADE project has showed that today’s solutions can be connected in new ways to solve the challenges of tomorrow. The Bulgarian pilot Albena Resort has combined a PV system, a solar thermal system and battery storage to increase the share of renewable energy in the hotel sector.

 


Pilot site: Granollers, Spain

The INVADE project has designed a flexibility management system using batteries. The Spanish pilot Estabanell Energia has demonstrated that a storage system shared with other users is safe, reliable and emission-free alternative to infrastructure expansion.

 


Pilot site: The Netherlands

The INVADE project has changed the energy business as we know it. The Dutch pilot owners, GreenFlux and ElaadNL, have explored the possibilities of matching energy demand to sustainable energy generation and improved smart charging of electric vehicles.

 


Pilot site: Stavanger, Norway

The INVADE project has reimagined the power grid with intelligent technology. The Norwegian pilot Lyse has demonstrated how big data, machine learning and analytics can be integrated into existing smart home solutions, making them “greener”.

 


Pilot site: Freiburg, Germany

The INVADE project has changed the way energy is used, stored and generated. The German pilot badenova has tested energy storage devices (batteries) to increase the share of renewable energies in the grid.

 


INVADE Exploitation Workshop, part 3: Watch the recorded live stream of the INVADE Exploitation Workshop in Copenhagen on Wednesday, March 6th 2019.

 


INVADE Exploitation Workshop, part 2: Watch the recorded live stream of the INVADE Exploitation Workshop in Copenhagen on Wednesday, March 6th 2019.

 


INVADE Exploitation Workshop, part 1: Watch the recorded live stream of the INVADE Exploitation Workshop in Copenhagen on Wednesday, March 6th 2019.

 


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

 


Highlights from INVADE OSLO 2018: In this video, several of the conference speakers and participants talk about why they are attending and what they have learned during the one-day event at Oslo Airport Gardermoen.

 


The Albena Pilot: Within the INVADE project, centralised electrical energy storage will be installed at a transformer substation that supplies two hotels in Albena, Bulgaria. Watch Dimitar Stanev, Senior Business Developer and pilot site leader, explain what they are doing.

 


INVADE Black Sea 2018 Workshop: On September 13th, the INVADE Black Sea 2018 Workshop was held in Albena, Bulgaria. It provided insight into the INVADE pilots and other European research and innovation projects. The video is a summary what was discussed during the workshop.

 


Join INVADE OSLO 2018: Watch Smart Innovation Norway researchers Håkon Duus and Sanket Puranik tell you why to join INVADE OSLO 2018, conference on Smart Business of Batteries – Trends & Opportunities. Read more and sign up at https://h2020invade.eu/events/invade-….

 


Grand opening of test site for EV charging: On April 18th, Dutch State Secretary for Infrastructure and Water Management, Stientje van Veldhoven, officially opened the new Elaad test lab for research on EV charging in the business park Arnhems Buiten.

 


Joseph’s top INVADE advice: Joseph Negreira, International Project Manager at Smart Innovation Norway, explains which challenges the INVADE project is facing and gives his best advice to ensure a successful result.

 


INVADE workshop in Oslo, March 2018: The INVADE workshop in Oslo on March 6th offered an ample opportunity to influence the outcome of the EU project and catered for future pick-ups of concepts, software, hardware, new services, analyses and more. The goal was to harvest input that could shape the pilots and research activities. The video displays the different particpants sharing their thoughts about the project so far.

 


Sanket Puranik talks about the importance of INVADE stakeholders: The EU Horizon 2020 project INVADE has just moved into its second year and partners are currently trying to reach out to harvest input that can shape the pilots and research activities. How can different players in the electricity domain best capitalize on storage and the flexibility it offers?

 


INVADE impact – How to make money in the new power market: Smart Innovation Norway’s Energy Systems researcher, Håkon Duus, talks about positioning technology for tomorrow’s energy market.

 


Researchers talk about INVADE: We asked Smart Innovation Norway’s Iliana Ilieva and Jayaprakash Rajasekharan about their INVADE contributions, and especially; what makes the project so interesting?

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INVADE updates

Algorithms successful in controlling the charging speed of electric cars

It is possible to control the speed of charging electric cars on a large scale with algorithms. This can be concluded from the results of a Smart Charging test on 700 public charging stations as part of the Horizon 2020 INVADE project. (4 years ago)

MSc student won the INVADE contest at EUW19:
“I found the INVADE pilots incredibly interesting”

During the European Utility Week in Paris in November 2019, the INVADE project presented itself in a unique way in the EU Projects Zone. Using videos and an informative quiz, the INVADE stand was always busy. (4 years ago)

Conference participants:
“Solutions like INVADE are necessary”

The Horizon 2020 INVADE project is coming to an end this year. Last week, a conference and a workshop were organized on behalf of the project and parallel to event Smart City Expo World Congress in Barcelona. (4 years ago)

Watch INVADE pilot films

The INVADE project has resulted in five successful pilot stories and professional films have been made from each pilot site. You can watch them all here. (4 years ago)

Science blog: INVADE inspired by Amazon and Airbnb

The work package WP9: Business models and market structures, led by INVADE project partner Lyse has put forward a market structure for platform-based business models inspired by disruptive companies like Amazon and Airbnb. (4 years ago)

The pilots have begun testing the INVADE integrated platform: “An excellent example of how we can bring flexibility and storage technology to the end-users”

In the end of May, the INVADE consortium was gathered in the Netherlands. During the two-day meeting, all five pilot owners presented their progress to the project partners. (4 years ago)

Presenting the partners: badenova

Badenova sells and operates networks, energy storages and smart city infrastructures in a region of nearly 1 million inhabitants and adapts INVADE technology and solutions on site for its customers. (5 years ago)

Norwegian Parliament wants to learn from INVADE:
“We will act on everything we have heard today”

When Norway’s Standing Committee on Energy and the Environment visited Smart Innovation Norway headquarters in Halden on Monday, they were introduced to the company’s unique EU research expertise. (5 years ago)

BLOG ARTICLE: Exploring total social impact in the energy business

Energy businesses that manage to incorporate total social impact into their activities, products, services, and communication to customers and employees, will have the best premises for future business growth – and for contributing to a better world. (5 years ago)

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

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. (5 years ago)