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Åpent fagseminar om fleksibilitet

Elektrifisering av samfunnet fører til mer fornybar og variabel kraftproduksjon, økt forbruk, flere tilkoblinger og mer variable laster samtidig som effekttopper er en økende utfordring. Dette har tradisjonelt sett vært løst ved hjelp av nettutbygging. Utbygging er en kostbar løsning for utfordringer som opptrer i korte perioder av gangen. En mer kosteffektiv løsning kan være å gjøre nettet mer fleksibelt. I den anledning inviterer FME CINELDI, sammen med Smartgridsenteret, til webinar for å diskutere og se nærmere på fleksibilitetsløsninger.

H2020 Video Conference: Integrated Approach in the Management and the Operation of the Electricity Transmission and Distribution Networks

Stakeholders Consultation Event and synergies within the European H2020 Projects SOGNO, WISEGRID, PHOENIX, CROSSBOW and DEFENDER. The event will be organized as an Online Video-Conference, will stimulate discussions and will include Demonstrations of the Tools and Solutions developed within the EU Projects.

CINELDI: Annual report 2019

FME CINELDI will provide new visionary smart grid-solutions and test them in laboratory and real-life environments. This will pave the ground for increased distribution from renewable resources, electrification of transport, and more efficient power and energy use both in private homes and in industry. They have now released their annual report for 2019.

Digital Energy: Topics for research and development

What research topics and challenges do you/your research group see under the heading «digital energy» that you think is relevant in the Norwegian context? This question was a part of an invitation from the Norwegian Smartgrid centre to different national R&D communities in Norway. This document is a compilation of the response.

IRENA webinar: Unlocking demand-side flexibility to transform the power system

The webinar will discuss a need to increase flexibility to accommodate variable renewables into the power systems particularly by adjusting the electricity demand over the course of various timeframes. The webinar will draw upon the insights from the IRENA 2019 report “Demand-side flexibility for Power Sector Transformation” and will showcase innovative solutions to harness demand-side flexibility such as power-to-X, EV smart charging, smart appliances as well as industrial demand response.

About us

The Norwegian Smartgrid Centre

Visiting address:
Sem Sælands vei 11, Trondheim, Norway

Organization number:
913 463 900

Centre Management

Executive Director

 

Jun Elin Wiik

 

Head of innovation

 

Christina Wolan

 

Senior research scientist, grid Kjell Sand

Senior research scientist, production

 

Hans Ivar
Skjelbred

Student coordinators

 

Synne Aa. Sandvik
Stian Jørgensen

Board of the Norwegian Smartgrid Centre

Sigurd Kvistad (chair)
Elvia AS
Kenneth Brandsås Tensio TN AS
Trond Lein Siemens Energy AS
Kjetil Storset Volue AS
Knut Samdal SINTEF Energi AS
Torbjørn Olsen Statkraft AS
Ingvild Bakken Hafslund Eco AS
Stian Reite ABB AS
Ingelin Steinsland NTNU IE-faculty
Åshild Helland Lyse Elnett AS
Mona Tunestveit Skår BKK Nett AS
Mona Askmann Norgesnett AS
Anders Granum Statnett SF
Victoria Fearnley Landmark Enfo AS
Frank Eliassen UiO
Håvard Grøtan Nilsen NTE AS
Observers
Khanh Tuan Le Forskningsrådet
Bjørnar Fladen NVE
Thomas Berg ENOVA