Project CoDeR aims to design and develop a holistic approach for the cooperative demand side management of residential electrical energy consumers. The project will be based on measurement data disaggregation and processing algorithms to model the behavior of electrical energy consumers.
The basic objective of project eeris is the development of a holistic solution for the monitoring, analysis and representation of residential electrical energy consumption in real-time.
The project aims to empower SMEs to undergo energy audits and implement energy savings measures for increasing their energy efficiency. Power Systems Laboratory of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki is the coordinator of SMEmPower.
The project aims to develop advanced techniques for the co-simulation of both electrical and telecommunication networks, by modeling control strategies for renewable energy sources units and energy storage units, as well as the complex operation of smart grids.
StoRES aims to increase the PV penetration in the energy mix of islands and rural areas in the MED by integrating PV and energy storage systems under an optimal market policy by removing the constraints of grid reliability.συστημάτων αποθήκευσης ενέργειας (ΣΑΕ) στο ηλεκτρικό δίκτυο
The scope of the project PV-ESTIA is to promote the integration of storage energy systems in buildings with photovoltaics, taking also into consideration the electrical and thermal needs of the building.
MEnS is a project conceived in order to provide and enhance the NZEB skills of building managers such as engineers and architects through a series of accredited training activities developed by 9 universities and 3 market players.
INCREASE wants to focus on how to manage renewable energy sources in low and medium voltage networks, provide ancillary services in particular voltage control and the provision of reserve. The INCREASE project is funded by the 7th Framework Programme of the European Commission
PV-net is aimed at developing better energy policy for the promotion of renewable energies in the Mediterranean countries, targeting the best and most cost efficient use of PV technology. This project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund, through the Interreg MED programme.
Projects funded by the E.U., the Greek State and various international organizations