Coronavirus: The Guardian has published an article on how the lockdown and a surge in renewable energy thanks to sunny and warm spring weather means British households will be paid for daytime electricity usage.
20th March 2020: The European Commission’s Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA) has released COVID-19-related information on H2020 programme implementation. INEA informs H2020 beneficiaries on communication with INEA, ongoing calls for proposals, grant management in relation to reporting and eligibility of costs, amendments and suspensions.
The European Commission’s Innovation and Networks Executive Agency INEA has published a brochure presenting examples of EU’s H2020 projects Supporting innovative solutions for smart grids and storage – Horizon 2020 project examples You can access it here: https://ec.europa.eu/inea/sites/inea/files/h2020_sgs_brochure_2019-010.pdf
European Commission: The new Electricity Regulation EU/2019/943 entered into force on 1st January 2020. The Regulation allows for greater access to renewable energies, ensuring a better response to demand and storage, thus giving more power to consumers and a head start on the energy transition. Read more here: https://ec.europa.eu/info/news/new-electricity-rules-enters-force-2020-jan-06_en
DELTA partner University of Cyprus organised a Demand Response workshop on 22 November 2019. The workshop entitled Emerging Energy Systems and the role of Demand Response was hosted by FOSS Research Centre for Sustainable Energy of the University of Cyprus.