To enhance impacts of the project results, the UNITED-GRID project has involved a Situation Analysis Team. The team consists of senior members who are well connected on both European and global level.
The team’s guidance gives the coordinator a possibility to align research, development and innovation activities in an ever-changing world, rendering in results that are more relevant to the European and global community.
Tomas Kåberger is professor at Chalmers University of Technology and an experienced director, executive board chairman and senior advisor.
Karin Widegren is senior advisor specialised in European energy and climate policy, regulation and development of efficient energy markets. She leads the board of ISGAN (International Smart Grid Action Network).
Diego Pavía is chief executive officer of KIC InnoEnergy, which focuses on innovation and entrepreneurship in sustainable energy on the European market.
During a meeting in Gothenburg, Sweden, the project received valuable advice on how to make the results of the project even more adaptable to the market and the Distribution System Operators (DSO).
Tomas Kåberger, Chalmers University of Technology
Karin Widegren, ISGAN
Diego Pavía, KIC InnoEnergy
UNITED-GRID develops a toolbox and an open cross-platform, with a unique dual approach, that will help Distribution System Operators (DSOs) to better manage their grid with advanced automized solutions and local supervision.
Secure your future ability to commercialize a product or service developed in a project.
Parts of the UNITED-GRID team met in Paris on March 5th to discuss exploitable results of the project.
Research on cybersecurity for smart grids is crucial to ensure the safe operation of the power grid and to protect the privacy of consumers.
A workshop was arranged by UNITED-GRID on 2 December to give a better understanding of needs and worries for cyber security for the smart 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.