Newsletter 2

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Empowering energy prosumers through
intelligent demand response

Dear reader,

Welcome to the second issue of the DELTA newsletter.

Autumn is in full swing and we would like to update you on some of our key developments and recent activities.

Halfway through the project, we proudly present the public deliverables submitted so far. In this edition, we also share some highlights from recent events and introduce the papers we have published so far. In addition, we introduce our Advisory Board and provide you an overview of our online presence.

The DELTA newsletter delivers regular updates on project progress, important milestones and relevant events straight to your inbox. Remember to check out our website, follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn and subscribe to our YouTube channel.

DELTA is a three-year project funded by the European Commission under Horizon 2020, the European Union’s Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.

Have a fantastic autumn!

The DELTA team

Meet the people behind the scenes. Check out our latest YouTube videos where some of the DELTA partners explain what the project is all about and describe their role in it.


Introducing DELTA partner Andrea Cimmino Arriaga, Researcher at the Polytechnic University of Madrid.

Introducing DELTA partner Ian Cole, Special Scientist at the University of Cyprus.

Introducing DELTA partner Christos Patsonakis, Assistant Researcher at the Centre for Research and Technology – Hellas (CERTH)

Introducing DELTA partner Alexandre Lucas, Scientific Policy Officer at the European Commission Joint Research Centre

Did you know…

You can now access all DELTA publications through our website!

Have a look here:
https://www.delta-h2020.eu/publications/

DELTA Plenary meeting in Madrid, Spain

The latest DELTA plenary meeting was held in sunny Madrid on 10-11 October 2019. 17 partners from all 10 partner organisations gathered for the two-day meeting hosted by the Ontology Engineering Group of the Polytechnic University of Madrid.

Read more here: https://www.delta-h2020.eu/news/team-delta-gathers-in-madrid/

DELTA Plenary meeting in Ispra, Italy

The DELTA project partners gathered for the summer 2019 plenary meeting in Ispra, Italy 11–12 June 2019. The meeting was hosted by the Ispra-based partners at the Joint Research Centre.

Read more here: https://www.delta-h2020.eu/news/delta-plenary-meeting-in-ispra-italy/

DELTA at Sustainable Places 2019

Sustainable Places 2019
The 7th edition of the Sustainable Places Conference
5–7 June 2019
Cagliari, Italy

DELTA Coordinator Dimos Ioannidis from CERTH presented the project at the clustering workshop Distributed Schemes: Innovative solutions for smart grids. P2P, Blockchain, Multi-Agent Systems.

The workshop was organised by the DRIvE project, aimed at low TRL Smart Grids and Storage projects focused on distributed schemes such as MAS, blockchain, P2P, among others. The objective of the workshop was to establish common goals and methodologies among the participants, and to have a relevant discussion forum.

The workshop is summarised in this paper.

More information is available on our website.

DELTA at ECEEE Summer Study 2019

ECEEE 2019 Summer Study
European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy Summer Study 2019
3–8 June 2019
Belambra Presqu’île de Giens, France

ECEEE’s biennial Summer Study has established itself as one of the key energy efficiency events in Europe. It delivers comprehensive evidence-based information on energy efficiency and is attended by around 400 participants.

DELTA partner and MD of e7 Energie Markt Klemens Leutgöb gave an insightful presentation on New business models enabling higher flexibility on energy markets. The presentation was based on a paper he co-authored with Christof Amann (e7) and Dimitrios Tzovaras and Dimos Ioannidis (CERTH).

In his presentation, Mr. Leutgöb discussed the expansion of Demand Response (DR) services to small and medium-sized customers / prosumers, digitisation as a main driver to lower transaction cost and the evolution of business models for the provision of DR services.

The paper is available here.

More information is available on our website.

We are happy to announce that the DELTA Advisory Board group has been established and the collaboration between the Advisory Board and the project partners is under way. The activities kicked off with an inaugural online advisory board meeting on 27th August 2019.

Read more here: https://www.delta-h2020.eu/news/introducing-the-delta-advisory-board/

A selection of relevant events taking place over the next few months:

Sustainable District Energy Conference
23 – 25 October 2019
Reykjavik, Iceland

100% RHC for a Sustainable Future
28 October 2019
Helsinki, Finland

Digital Solar and Storage 2019
5-6 November 2019
Brussels, Belgium

European Utility Week 2019
12 – 14 November 2019
Paris, France

Smart City Expo World Congress 2019
19 – 21 November 2019
Barcelona, Spain

European Power Strategy & Systems Summit
27-29 November 2019
Prague, Czech Republic

World Sustainable Energy Days
4-6 March 2020
Wels, Austria

Interested in finding out more about the DELTA technologies and the achievements to date? Stay tuned – you will soon find the public deliverables submitted so far on our website.

In addition to DELTA, there are many other interesting Horizon 2020 Low Technology Readiness Level (TRL) Smart Grid and Energy Storage (SGS) projects managed by the Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA). We will link to some of the other projects on our website shortly. Plenty of opportunities for synergies and clustering!

Representing leading research institutions and successful SMEs, the DELTA project partners hail from Greece, Cyprus, the United Kingdom, Italy, Ireland, Austria, Spain and Norway. Find out some more about their expertise below.

Based in the Greek port city of Thessaloniki, the Centre for Research and Technology-Hellas (CERTH) is one of the largest Greek research centers with expertise in energy, environment, information and communication and transportation and sustainable mobility. More than 700 people work at CERTH and the center has participated in over 1,200 competitive research projects.
Based the Austrian capital of Vienna, e7 is a research and consulting organization with expertise in energy economics and energy efficient construction, renovation and services. The company has over 10 years of experience in implementing large-scale projects and programs at both national and international level.
The Energy Authority of Cyprus (EAC) is the incumbent Cypriot power utility and currently the only power supplier in Cyprus. Based in Nicosia the EAC employs over 2,000 people, with roughly 200 being expert scientists and engineers focusing on the operation, maintenance and development of the power system.
The second of our Nicosia based partners, Hypertech Innovations (HIT) is a software firm providing expert services in big data, business intelligence and business process modelling. They offer their services to consumer and business solutions, public agencies and utilities and energy service solutions.
The European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) carries out research in order to provide independent scientific advice and support to EU policy. In particular Directorate C for energy, transport and climate provides support to community policies and technology innovation to ensure sustainable, safe, secure and efficient energy production, distribution and use.
KiWi Power, based in London, offers demand response services to the United Kingdom’s national gird. KiWi signs up end-users, conducts site energy audits, installs real-time metering and manages all dispatch of end-user sites to provide reserve to the system operator.
The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) is Norway’s largest university. NTNU provides DELTA with expertise in critical infrastructure security, software development, crypto mechanisms and blockchain technology through the Department of Information, Security and Communication Technology.
The University of Cyprus (UCY) provides expertise to DELTA through its FOSS Research Centre for Sustainable Energy. The center has a huge amount of experience in areas including smart electricity networks, energy efficient buildings and enabling technologies. Members of FOSS represent Cyprus in European energy committees including the energy committee for Horizon 2020.
Spain’s largest technological university, the Technical University of Madrid (UPM) is home to more than 2,400 researchers across 216 research groups. The Ontology Engineering Group will work on the DELTA project and draw from its recognized expertise in ontological engineering, data integration, linked open data and semantic web.
Carr Communications is one of Ireland’s leading providers of dissemination, communication, exploitation, training and consultancy. With over 30 employees, Carr Communications has more than 40 years’ experience in providing public relations and dissemination services, management, business, careers, human resources and media training.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 773960.

 

 

 

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