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In the Horizon Europe project, ‘2LIPP - Second Life for Power Plants’ on the energy Island of Bornholm, cutting-edge energy storage technologies and an innovative energy management system will be demonstrated side-by-side inside an operating combined heat and power plant. The purpose is to showcase a scalable, hybrid energy storage solution utilizing existing plant infrastructure, thereby achieving lower costs to deploy energy storage. In doing so, the innovative European partners in the 2LIPP project will demonstrate a proof-of-concept for a disruptive approach to transitioning traditional power plants and combined heat and power plants to be able to operate effectively in a renewable energy grid.

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In order to maximize the grid integration of variable renewable energy sources in a cost-efficient way, ACCEPT aims to untap the demand flexibility potential from energy communities by actively involving them and their members in the project activities.To achieve this, the project will develop and deliver a digital toolbox which will be used by the energy communities and prosumers to achieve certain objectives. These objectives include i) the development of innovative digital services, for the community members and customers and ii) the access to revenue streams that will support the longevity and the well-functioning of the community itself.


The objective of AdvanSiC is to develop, produce, test, and validate cost-effective High-Voltage (HV) Silicon Carbide (SiC) MOSFET semiconductors in MVDC grid applications, a full-scale wind converter, a full-scale solar inverter, and a solid-state circuit breaker for DC converter stations.
The aim is to minimize HV SiC device cost by advancing novel design structures and process optimization.


AGISTIN will enable industrial grid users to rapidly deploy renewables through advanced integration of innovative energy storage technologies at the interface with the grid.


The main objective of the Air4NRG project is to develop an innovative, efficient and sustainable energy storage solution based on compressed air, namely a plug-and-play 40ft standard container, designed following grid and energy management system (EMS) integration requirements, and validated in a relevant environment, achieving TRL5 by the end of the project.


The BATMAX project focuses on advancing battery management through digital twin technology. It aims to enhance battery performance, safety, and reliability by integrating physics-based modelling and AI. The project will develop a framework combining experimental and operational data to optimize battery usage and reduce life-cycle costs. Key objectives include achieving a 10% increase in battery lifetime, 20% performance boost in specific scenarios, and significant cost savings. Research areas include data integration, numerical modelling, and predictive diagnostics for improved battery efficiency and sustainability in energy storage and mobility applications.