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COVID-19 update from INEA
  • Posted by: Linda Henriksson
  • Category: News, Related News

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.

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Demand Response Training at the University of Cyprus
  • Posted by: Linda Henriksson
  • Category: News, Project News

DELTA partner FOSS Research Centre for Sustainable Energy of the University of Cyprus (UCY) hosted a Demand Response (DR) training course for 20 end-users and building/facility managers at UCY on 8th February 2020.

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DELTA demo videos
  • Posted by: Linda Henriksson
  • Category: News, Project News

What is DELTA all about? Introducing the project through a series of animated demo videos explaining the DELTA concept and tools.

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DELTA at EnInnov2020
  • Posted by: Linda Henriksson
  • Category: News, Project News

EnInnov2020, the 16th Symposium for Energy Innovation, was hosted by Graz University of Technology (TU Graz), Austria, 12-14 February 2020. The theme of the symposium was Energy for the Future – Paths to climate neutrality.

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DELTA mid-term review meeting in Brussels
  • Posted by: Linda Henriksson
  • Category: News, Project News

Team DELTA gathers in the heart of Europe to present project progress to date The DELTA consortium met with the European Commission Project Officer to review project achievements and next steps at the Joint Research Centre in Brussels on Thursday 30th January 2020.

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Report on Demand Side Flexibility by European Smart Grids Task Force
  • Posted by: Linda Henriksson
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The European Smart Grids Task Force Expert Group 3 has authored an insightful report on the deployment of demand side flexibility and the specific case of explicit demand response in Europe.

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Innovative solutions for smart grids and storage
  • Posted by: Linda Henriksson
  • Category: News, Related News

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 

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New electricity rules enter into force in the EU
  • Posted by: Linda Henriksson
  • Category: News, Related News

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  

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DELTA featured in European Energy Innovation
  • Posted by: Linda Henriksson
  • Category: News, Project News

DELTA – Unlocking the Demand Response Potential across Europe DELTA is featured in the Winter 2019 issue of European Energy Innovation – Connecting Europe’s Stakeholders in Energy and Transport The article on DELTA is openly accessible here: http://www.europeanenergyinnovation.eu/OnlinePublication/Winter2019/mobile/index.html#p=18

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DELTA in energy management ontology working group
  • Posted by: Linda Henriksson
  • Category: News, Project News

DELTA is part of a new Working Group CLC/TC 205/WG 19 on Energy Management Ontology created by CEN and CENELEC. Ontologies are key to bridge semantic domains, and they are crucial to reach interoperability. Thus, considering the increasing importance of interoperability, the group aims to develop a common ontology reusing existing data models (CEN, CENELEC, ISO, IEC and…

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