SynchroPhasor-based Automatic Real-time Control (SPARC)
In a future sustainable power system there will be large shares of renewable generation, but also more changes in consumption and more cross-border transmission. Thus, the operation of the power system becomes more challenging, and calls for better methods and tools to operate the system.
HVDC Inertia provision
Future power systems are facing new challenges when traditional thermal generation units are replaced by renewable energy sources with power electronic grid interfaces.
ENERGYTICS will demonstrate how machine learning and artificial intelligence can increase the value of the new smart meters that are currently being installed in all Norwegian homes.
PRIBAS – Pricing Balancing Services in the Future Nordic Power Market
The Nordic power market is in transition, both in terms of technologies used for power generation and market structures.
ModFlex - Modelling Flexible Resources in Smart Distribution Grid
The development of Smart grids solutions is gaining momentum all over the world, supporting the vision of a sustainable and reliable future energy system. New regulations and directives for security of supply, sustainability and market efficiency, combined with EU's 20-20-20 targets, have increased the integration of renewable energy sources (RES) in the electricity system and measures for energy efficiency. Intermittent RES generation units will increase the need for flexibility in the grid.
Fault and interruption handling in smart distribution systems
This project would investigate how smart grid technology can be utilized in the electric distribution grid to reduce interruptions in the electricity supply and socio-economic costs of interruptions.
European Research Infrastructure supporting Smart Grid Systems Technology Development, Validation and Roll Out - project