This report presents a framework for assessing the distribution system and distribution system operator’s (DS0) current status and required development to meet different future scenarios. The framework is not only considering the required advancement of technology, but also with regards to markets and services, as well as policies.
The framework is based on a number of baseline indicators that describe the current status of the distribution systems. From these indicators, the development gap can be identified, and the possible development required for different scenarios can be obtained. The report include a short assessment of three distribution systems in France, The Netherlands, and Sweden, respectively, to investigate their status and possible development gap required to become future intelligent grids envisioned by UNITED-GRID.
Lucile Lemius, ATOS Worldgrid, explains the work with the UNITED-GRID tool-box and cross-platform integration for demonstrator sites.
This film about the project explains how DSOs can benefit from the solutions that can be plugged in to existing systems.
Do you have a strategy for working with innovations in your company? Ulrika Wahlström has five tips to enhance your innovation capacity.
Distribution system operators (DSOs) need to prepare for future challenges. This report helps them with defined key indicators to identify necessary actions.
UNITED-GRID had a special session at the IEEE Powertech 2019 conference in Milan, Italy. All parts of the project were presented.
At the 4th consortium meeting in Brussels, the low voltage sensor from Smart State Technology was demonstrated.
UNITED-GRID will provide an advanced measurement solution to help DSOs improve the operation of their grid.
Ankur Srivastava will represent UNITED-GRID at CIRED 2019 to be held in Madrid during 3th – 6th June.
Electrical distribution systems are becoming more complex and grid companies in Europe will be facing several challenges in the next decade.
During the 3rd consortium meeting in Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne, a french TV team made a story on the UNITED-GRID project.
The team gathered for the third consortium meeting of the project, hosted by SOREA in Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne.
Members of the UNITED-GRID team attended the H2020 Smart Grids and Storage projects clustering workshop in Brussels.