Tagged as: energy storage

15 Jul
2020

CROSSBOW Wholesale and Ancillary Market toolset outcomes

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During the last couple of months, University of Ljubljana has been finishing the development of the algorithms required for the operation of the CROSSBOW Wholesale and Ancillary Market toolset (AM). The main functionalities and features were demonstrated to the CROSSBOW Consortium and a decentralized demonstration will follow towards the end

03 Jul
2020

Virtual Storage Plant outcomes

The Virtual Storage Plant (VSP) of CROSSBOW project provides a platform promoting the usage of a large number of distributed storage technologies, which can be regarded as a buck energy storage system to be dispatched by the transmission system operators (TSO). The algorithms and methodologies, which enables VSP to provide

31 Oct
2018

Celebrating World Cities Day

“Building sustainable and resilient cities” is this year’s World Cities Day theme where the spotlight on building sustainable cities came to the fore. The United Nations General Assembly has designated this celebration with the expectation to greatly promote the international community’s interest in global urbanization, push forward cooperation among countries

23 Oct
2018

Call for applications for candidate projects of common interest (PCIs) in electricity

On 15 October 2018 the Commission is opening a call for electricity projects to be submitted as candidates for the fourth European Union ‘Projects of Common Interest’ (PCIs) list. Calls for PCI candidates in the priority corridors for gas, smart grids, cross-border carbon dioxide network, and oil will follow. 

15 Oct
2018

CROSSBOW presents its initial results in the 8th IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Conference

On 24th October, CROSSBOW project will land in Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina) to participate in the panel “CROSSBOW: CROSS-BOrder management of variable renewable energies and storage units enabling a transnational Wholesale market” of the 8th IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Conference sponsored by the IEEE Power & Energy Society

05 Oct
2018

New public consultation by ENTSO-E

The new edition of the ENTSO-E’s mid-term adequacy forecast is now published (MAF 2018) an analysis of Europe’s security of electricity supply by 2020 & 2025, which highlights the importance of cross-border cooperation in fostering adequacy. ENTSO-E consults its MAF 2018 assessment as part of the process to fulfil Regulation (EC)