“Nothing in life is to be feared; it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less.”, said Marie Curie. Such a wise quote at the present time when the COVID-19 crisis persists after a year. Even more, when today the
COVID-19 crisis arrived just at the beginning of the first round of trials. When the project was concluding the first deployments and after the execution of the first experiments, we were forced to handle the unforeseen situation that has blocked activities across the world. In the case of CROSSBOW, the
Do you want to learn in detail about the 9 products of CROSSBOW? CROSSBOW’s team has prepared nine webinars to explain at length each product.
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
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
During the European Sustainable Energy Week 2020 (EUSEW), CROSSBOW together with other BRIDGE projects participated in the session “Smart grids and flexibility markets: status of demonstrators and effect of COVID-19 on the demo operation and results”.
Over the last months CROSSBOW partner, Cobra Instalaciones y Servicios, S.A, fulfilled the first version of RES Dispatchable Unit (RES-DU) algorithms and carried out some preliminary test. With these first tests, COBRA demonstrates the main functionalities of the RES-DU tool and highlights its adaptability to different plant configurations and operation
During January and February 2020 CROSSBOW partners, Security Coordination Centre SCC Ltd Belgrade and Bulgarian Electricity System Operator ESO EAD, executed 6 successful preliminary demonstrations on “Probabilistic approach for Regional Short-term Adequacy Assessment” for 11 TSOs of the SEE region. ( Don’t miss the video)
Next 30th April, CROSSBOW participates in the International Stakeholders Consultation online event organised by its partner the Romanian Energy Centre (CRE).