Project partners

We believe that the UNITED-GRID project has the talent, experience, demonstrators, infrastructure and networks and the ambition to reach the aspiring objectives. The consortium has been selected to be represent the full value chain but also with the perspective to within the consortia be able to go beyond state‐of‐the‐art, demonstrate and deploy the results, during and beyond the project, securing that relevant research results has an impact in society and market.

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Chalmers Tekniska Hoegskola AB

Chalmers, Sweden

Coordinator and experts within ICT security and distribution system optimization and control. Chalmers will contribute to the development of the advanced protection schemes, the market based solutions for congestion management and detection of cyber security risks.

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Gothenburg Energy AB

GE, Sweden

A Swedish municipality-owned energy company. GE has a strong record in coordinating and running large demonstration projects within the energy field. GE will mainly contribute with demonstration activities, but will also be involved in developing the pathways and deploying the results.

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Technische Uni. Eindhoven

TU/e, Netherlands

Experts in real time control of power system. TU/e will deliver solutions for real time control and coordination of the grid assets and resources.



Commissariat A L´Energie Atomique Et Aux Energies Alternatives

CEA, France

Expert and research partner within the field of smart grids. CEA will develop strategies for network reconfiguration and short‐term forecasting models, perform co‐simulation of the physical‐cyber ecologies and provide with large scale infrastructure.


RISE Research Institutes of Sweden

RISE, Sweden

Research expert within the field of electricity market design, policy and regulations as well as data integrity. RISE is responsible for developing the road maps in WP2 and contribute with work related to customer acceptance and data integrity.


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Atos Worldgrid

Atos, France

World leading integrator of distribution management systems and smart grid solutions. Atos Worldgrid will be responsible for coordinating the development of the tool‐box and its interoperability. Furthermore they will contribute to the cyber security.


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SOREA, France

A DSO operating a distribution system with high level of renewable electricity production. SOREA will be involved in demonstration and evaluation of the technology in their real grid.


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ENEXIS, Netherlands

A Dutch DSO with long experience in distribution automation. ENEXIS will provide possibility to demonstrate solutions in their distribution system. Furthermore they will contribute to the development and utilization of the pathways


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Smart State Technology B.V.

SST, Netherlands

SST is an SME with strong expertise in research and product development. They will contribute in the deployment and demonstration phase of the project. Additionally SST will develop highly synchronized distributed measurement solutions for grid monitoring.

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Forescout, Netherlands

Forescout Technologies is the leader in device visibility and control. In the project, Forescout specializes in network monitoring solutions for detecting cyber‐attacks and misuses without the use of so-called signature.


IMCG Sweden AB

IMCG, Sweden

IMCG is a SME that focuses on deployment and use of results by securing development of sustainable solutions during and beyond project as well as with relevant regulatory and policy networks.

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This project has received funding from the European Community's Horizon 2020 Framework Programme under grant agreement 773717

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