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DRIVE2X aims to accelerate the shift to mass electromobility deployment through innovative smart charging techniques and technological advancements in bidirectional charging solutions, incorporating users' driving patterns with urban, grid, and environmental data to develop predictive models for energy optimization. A set of low-cost bidirectional charger units are tested and validated under different use cases, presenting different operational settings (buildings, homes, and directly at the grid level), contributing to accelerate the wide uptake of V2X technology.



ebalance-plus develops an energy management platform equipped with balancing and resilience services which increase and unlock the electric flexibility by means of generation and storage solutions, power electronics and grid control technologies, to provide ancillary services for new markets.


The project’s goal is to develop and demonstrate a novel modular, compact, high performances and Plug&Play thermal energy storage (TES) solutions for heating, cooling and hot tap water production. The new concept of TES proposed in the project will provide electricity load shifting with meaningful peak shaving of the thermal and electric load demands.


EDDIE aims at lowering data integration costs drastically to tackle the existing economic problem of the limited energy data interoperability. EDDIE’s vision is to make it cheap and easy for data-based energy services to operate on a common European energy data space. The consortium of EDDIE includes leading experts on data-sharing, smart grids, legislation, and IT development, who will contribute with connecting and opening their national environments.


EUniversal aims at implementing the Universal Market Enabling Interface (UMEI) concept by bringing forward a universal, open, adaptable and modular approach to interlink active system management with electricity markets and foster the provision of flexibility services, also acknowledging the activation needs and the
coordination requirements with other commercial parties and TSOs. A set of market-oriented flexibility services from DERs will be implemented to answer DSOs’ needs in a cost-effective way.


ELECTRON is EU H2020 SU-DS04-2018-2020 funded research project that aims at delivering a new-generation EPES platform, capable of empowering the resilience of energy systems against cyber, privacy, and data attacks.