CROSSBOW is defined like a truly cross border TSO driven project since its objectives (which are fully aligned with those of LCE-04-2017), cannot be achieved through technology driven, silo-like single nation demonstrations.
Representatives of CROSSBOW project have visited Red Eléctrica de España (TSO)as part of the first consortium meeting of the 2020, which took place between 30-31 January at the University Carlos III of Madrid. The event, hosted by the partner COBRA, allowed the consortium to discuss some key aspects of the
CROSSBOW project has reached a quite important milestone this 2019, reaching its Equador. So, what are the main new achievements of CROSSBOW during the last year?
Do you want to know about CROSSBOW main outcomes and activities in 2019? Check them out in its latest Newsletter now available here!
On 1 January 2020, a new regulation entered in force to establish the fundamental principles for an new efficient electricity market, agreed under the Clean energy for all European’s package, The new Electricity Regulation EU/2019/943 replaces the Electricity Regulation EC/714/2009.
In November CROSSBOW took part of the exhibition floor of the EU Funded Projects Zone at the EU Utility Week 2019 in Paris but also participated in different panel sessions, one of them related with the TSO-DSO collaboration.
Yesterday, CROSSBOW participated in the Joint Horizon2020 workshop on TSO-DSO cooperation in flexibility market integration, which took place in Brussels, to present the two use cases related to TSO-DSO collaboration schemes within its framework.
As we have already announced CROSSBOW participates in the networking exhibition at the Annual Conference InnoGrid 2019 in Brussels (13-14 May). Are you attending to the InnoGrid 2019 Conference? Then, you should visit CROSSBOW’s booth because:
On 13rd May, CROSSBOW will participate in the Joint Horizon2020 workshop on TSO-DSO cooperation in flexibility market integration, which will take place in Brussels just before the Annual Conference INNOGRID 2020+.