Here is the library of WiseGRID official deliverables, some of the files are locked due to confidential technical arrangements in order to save the project ideas. The deliverables are divided into different work packages to be easily distinguished from one other.

30 Nov 2017

D1.1 Legislation, business models and social aspects

The deliverable will include: 1) A report that will analyze the existing legislation and regulatory frameworks implemented in the energy markets at various levels (i.e., local, national, supranational and international); 2) Analysis of the emerging and innovative smart grid business models and the energy-market model. The analysis will identify current barriers and propose solutions; 3) Presentation of our research findings on smart grids and the energy market in the social, cultural and ethical context, such as energy security, data privacy and equity reports. Related task(s): T1.1, T1.2, T1.3

28 Jul 2017

D2.1 WiseGRID requirements, Use cases and pilot sites analysis

Requirements needed for reaching the WiseGRID project objectives. Definition of the Use-cases and scenarios associated to the integration of the smart grid technologies and solutions. Analysis and definition of the preliminary WiseGRID requirements and use cases to be demonstrated at each demo site. Related task(s): T2.1, T2.2, T2.3

01 Oct 2018

D3.1 WiseGRID architecture, data models, standards and data protection (V1)

Description of the Open, secure and flexible customer-centric architecture description. Description of the security and privacy features to be provide to WiseGRID architecture and solutions. Identification of relevant standards for the project development. The report will be updated on month 18. Related task(s): T3.1, T3.2, T133

08 May 2018

D3.2 WiseGRID architecture, data models, standards and data protection (V2)

Description of the Open, secure and flexible customer-centric architecture description. Description of the security and privacy features to be provide to WiseGRID architecture and solutions. Identification of relevant standards for the project development. Related task(s): T3.1, T3.2, T133

27 Feb 2017

D4.2 WiseGRID interoperable Integrated Process (WG IOP)

Interoperable technologies based on web services and high performance middleware specifications that will operate as the glue that collects data from the different energy infrastructure and distributed resources in the network and transfers them efficiently and securely.  Related task(s): T4.3

26 Apr 2018

D5.1 WiseGRID cloud-based big data infrastructure

Specifications of the WiseGRID Big Data Cloud-based infrastructure towards enabling: (i) Data Integration from a variety of heterogeneous data sources, (ii) Storage and Processing of huge data volumes in a highly efficient and effective manner, (iii) adaptation of Service-Oriented-Architectures (SOA) towards enhancing flexibility, scalability, re-usability, loose coupling, integration of a variety of functionalities, and (iv) Interoperability and Interconnection with a wide range of applications. Configuration and integration of the WiseGRID Big Data infrastructure with the WG IOP and the individual WiseGRID components. Related task(s): T5.1, T5.2, T1.3

04 Jul 2018

D6.2 Storage as a service and Innovative optimized solutions

Report of the description of WiseGRID Storage as a service, it will promote the distributed renewable energy  together with the different possible uses of electrical energy storage in order to increase the  revenues and benefits of installing this kind of systems. Competing or even substituting the need for conventional power system due to the scalable investments and the high costs associated with erecting new power plants and distribution of energy. Moreover, the report will include the definition of the Innovative and advanced optimized storage solutions that will allow the integration of storage in the Smart Grid considering aspects such as the adaptability, use and flexibility.  Related task(s): T6.2, T6.3

30 Nov 2017

WP6 Analysis of storage technologies for the distribution grid

Report dealing with types, characteristics, applications and main constraints of storage technologies in the distribution grid. The document focuses on electrochemical battery storage systems however, thermal storage as well as other storage types like Supercapacitors and Flywheels will be thoroughly analyzed as well. The results described in this report are intended to support the integration and management of storage technologies within WiseGRID, also considering future extensions.  Related task(s): T6.1

06 Apr 2018

D7.1 WiseCOOP and WiseCORP Apps Design

Report of the design of the software modules of the WiseCOOP and WiseCORP Apps for consumer intermediates to help consumers and prosumers achieve better energy deals while relieving them from administrative procedures and cumbersome research. This includes the aggregation of WiseGRID modules such as Storage as a Service and VPP where the energy aggregator (or other intermediate) gathers a portfolio of smaller generators. Related task(s): T7.1

27 Nov 2017

D8.1 Analysis of the electric Transportation sector

To analyse the technical characteristics of existing electric Transportation sector technologies covering issues regarding both EVs and Ports/Ships. Related task(s): T8.1

02 May 2018

D8.2 WiseGRID FastV2G and other innovative optimized storage solutions

This deliverable will describe the technical specifications and functionalities of the WiseGRID V2G Fast EV charging station in order to integrate correctly EV in the network. Additionally this Deliverable will describe the specifications and algorithms to integrate different storage technologies into the grid. Related task(s): T8.2, T8.3

27 Apr 2018

D9.1 WiseEVP Design

Report of the design the software modules of WiseEV platform for electric car-sharing and fleet managers. This report will include all the specifications and functionalities to be included in the Wise EVP.D15. WiseEV platform implementation and lab-testing. Related task(s): T9.1

30 Nov 2017

D10.1 DR Technologies Outlook and Flexibility Sources Clustering and Classification

Analyse the existing DR technologies and Flexibility Sources. Best practices will be identified and focused on the role of the different actors of the energy market and distribution. Furthermore analysis of the additional flexibility that could be provided by other energy carriers such as power to gas or power to heat. Related task(s): T10.1

27 Apr 2018

D10.2 WiseGRID Flexibility-based DR Optimization Framework Specifications

Configuring dynamic visual and thermal comfort models and associating them with energy consumption and load usage metrics towards the definition of context-aware demand flexibility/ elasticity profiles, as the basis for the definition of optimized flexibility-based Demand Response strategies.  Related task(s): T10.2, T10.3

15 Sep 2017

D11.1 WiseHome App Design

Report on the design of modules of WiseHOME App, focusing on specifications on features, functionalities, interconnection with the big data infrastructure and user interfaces. Related task(s): T11.1

13 Oct 2017

D12.1 Analysis of Grid Management Technologies for the distribution grid

Identification and specification of DSO additional operations that should consider storage and controllability of various component through new technologies based on real time data from USM. Related task(s): T12.1.

27 Apr 2018

D12.2 RESCO services and Advanced models for Smartening the Distribution Grid

Description of detailed services enabling the possibility to receive electricity without having to invest in renewable energy equipment. Identifying of functionalities and defining the methodologies to improve the grid and support grid operators to better manage and control the network, in an increasing share of distributed renewables and other energy resources. Related task(s): T12.2, T12.3

26 Apr 2018

D13.1 WiseGRID Cockpit Design

Design of the cockpit used by the DSO by means of a user-friendly interface. The functionalities will be both real-time and forecasting-based and will allow for the provision of a wide range of services, as identified in WP6.1, including network balancing, quality of supply, voltage/ frequency regulation, security of supply, network automation, network congestion management, forecasting and simulation, assets management, incident detection, maintenance management, strategic planning management, etc. Related task(s): T13.1

10 Jul 2018

D14.1 Analysis of the Demo sites technical data and integration and demonstration planning

Analysis of the technical data from the four project demonstration sites and enumerate of all existing systems and components involved in the demonstration. A planning and timeline of the integration and deployment activities will be provided and the list of software and hardware modules that will be deployed will be analysed in detail during this task. Related task(s): T14.1, T15.1

22 Feb 2017

D20.1 Dissemination Master Plan

It will provide systematic information on raising awareness about the project's activities, goals and results. It will describe the target audiences, key messages, outreach activities and communication channels (website, FB, Twitter, newsletter, YouTube Channel, …). Related task(s): T20.1,  T20.2, T20.3, T20.4, T20.5

24 Apr 2018

D20.2 Workshops and dissemination and synergies activities Report

A report will be generated after each of the planned workshops, dissemination and synergies activities containing the minutes, report , photo or video overview of the meeting, presentation used, participants list or number of people present, and feedback from- if appropriate-: the advisory board, the user group, people present. This report will be updated on Month 30 and Month 42.  Related task(s): T20.1,  T20.2, T20.3, T20.4, T20.5