We are sad to announce that due to the continuous outbreak of the COVID-19 virus we have been advised to cancel the WiseGRID final event...Read more »
On 6th of April, the partners of the WiseGRID project will be coming together to showcase their findings and achievements in Brussels at Les Ateliers des Tanneurs. Its final conference is the end of a 4-year, triple award-winning process building tools to enable cooperatives, small and medium-sized enterprises, and other market players to participate equally in a decentralised energy system.
On 29th of January, the final event of the Buurzame Stroom project will be organised in the Sint-Amandsberg neighborhood in Ghent.
Also WiseGRID supports 'Buurzame Stroom' by implementing applications that help people understand electricity prices and electricity usage.
WiseGRID is attending the European Utility Week in Paris. Join us there!
The European Utility Week is a platform for achieving a fully integrated and interconnected electricity system and market in Europe. It hosts the environment for all key players in the smart energy ecosystem to come together and discuss European strategy to achieve a smooth transition towards a low carbon energy supply.
The 3-day programme will see an energy trilemma of security, equity and sustainability across an end-to-end European energy experience.Read more »
The Romanian Energy Center Association (CRE) has successfully organised the 10th Consortium Meeting of the Horizon 2020 European Project "WiseGRID - Wide scale demonstration of Integrated Solutions and business models for European smart GRID", coordinated by the Spanish Group ETRA, on 22nd – 23rd October 2019 in Sinaia, Romania. WiseGRID will deliver to the European Commission, project partners and stakeholders, a set of solutions and technologies for developing intelligence, increasing the stability and security of European electricity networks, through various methods including energy storage technologies, the widespread use of electric vehicles and integration of a share of at least 50% of energy from renewable sources (RES). The project started on November 1st, 2016 and will lasts for 42 months.Read more »