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SMARTHG: Energy demand aware open services for smart grid intelligent automation

European Project corresponding to the call FP7-ICT-2011-8 (Topic: ICT 2011.6.1) of the 7th Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development.

This project explicitly aims at deeply changing today’s electricity market for residential customers in the Smart Grid. Its main goal is to develop an economically viable system that can gather near-real-time data about energy usage and in-house (micro-) generation from residential homes and exploit such data for intelligent automation, in order to pursue two main objectives:

1. To minimise the energy bill and energy usage for each single home, and

2. To optimise the operation of the EDN while providing electricity.

Partners: Sapienza University of Rome (Coordinator); Aarhus University; Instituto IMDEA Energía; Joint Institute for Power and Nuclear Research; ATANVO GmbH; GridManager A/S; Panoramic Power; Solintel; SEAS – NVE; Kalundborg Municipality; Minskenergo.
Funding Institution/Program: Unión Europea/Programa Cooperación del 7º Programa Marco-Convocatoria FP7-ICT-2011-8 (Topic: ICT 2011.6.1). 
Period: October 2012-September 2015
Principal researcher: Dr. Milan Prodanovic