The main deliverables from CINELDI are:

  • Decision support methodologies and tools needed for the optimal planning and asset management of the future system.
  • New cost-effective concepts and solutions for smart operations based on new emerging control and monitoring technologies and extensive real time monitoring.
  • Methods and models for cost-effective integration of flexible resources in smart distribution grids, including business models on how to utilise this flexibility.
  • New concepts and solutions for utilising flexible resources in ancillary services and for increased observability between the distribution and transmission systems.
  • Microgrid concepts, technologies and solutions for optimal design, operation, and integration with the distribution system.
  • Roadmap and recommendations for the transition to the intelligent electricity distribution system of 2030-2040 in Norway.
  • Knowledge base for grid owners and public authorities.
  • Training researchers and master students and transfer expertise to industrial stakeholders.
  • Efficient knowledge transfer through goal-oriented communication and user-involvement.
  • Facilitate business opportunities for technology providers by knowledge transfer.
  • Innovation opportunities for DSOs and TSO.