On the 15th of March 2021, the DELTA project took part in the “Flexibility 2.1: From Demand Response to Renewable Energy Communities” webinar organised by TABEDE H2020. Dr. Apostolos Tsolakis of CERTH presented on behalf of DELTA.
During this event, 15 European-funded projects showcased their various missions and results, each focused on a unique aspect of the energy transition both at building and community levels.
The projects that contributed are listed as follows:
TABEDE (TowArds Building rEady for Demand rEsponse): Andre de Fontaine, ENGIE Impact
SMARTBUILT4EU (The EU Smart Building Innovation Platform): Alexis David, ECTP
DELTA (Future tamper-proof Demand rEsponse framework through seLf-configured, self-opTimized and collAborative virtual distributed energy nodes): Apostolos Tsolakis, Information TechnologiesInstitute/CERTH
eDREAM (enabling new Demand REsponse Advanced, Market oriented and Secure technologies, solutions and business models): Giuseppe Mastandrea, Energy @ Work
RESPOND (integrated demand REsponse Solution towards energy POsitive NeighbourhooDs): Iker Esnaola, Tekniker
HOLISDER (Integrating Real-Intelligence in Energy Management Systems enabling Holistic Demand Response Optimization in Buildings and Districts): M.J. (Mente) Konsman, TNO
SocialRES (Fostering socially innovative and inclusive strategies for empowering citizens in the renewable energy market of the future): Iban Lizarralde, ESTIA
HESTIA (Holistic dEmand response Services for European residenTIAl communities): Toke Haunstrup Bach Christensen, Aalborg University
CREATORS (CREATing cOmmunity eneRgy Systems): Giel Vandenbroeck, Cordeel
RENAISSANCE (RENewAble Integration and SuStainAbility iN energy CommunitiEs): Thierry Coosemans, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, MOBI, EVERGi Research Team
E-LAND (Integrated multi-vector management system for Energy isLANDs): Farhan Farrukh, SmartInnovation Norway
COMPILE (Integrating community power in energy islands): Andrej Gubina, University of Ljubljana
NEWCOMERS (New Clean Energy Communities in a Changing European Energy System): Sarah Darby, University of Oxford
REACT (Renewable Energy for self-sustAinable island CommuniTies): Iker Esnaola, Tekniker
IElectrix (Indian and European Local Energy Communities For Renewable Integration and the Energy Transition): Pierre-Jacques Le Quellec, Enedis; and Markus Resch, Energie Güssing
The webinar also featured the promotion of a shared LinkedIn group curated by TABEDE H2020. This group promotes engagement between stakeholders in the buildings and energy sectors but is also open to the public.
Watch Apostolos’ presentation below, or click here to view the full webinar.