DREAM project results published in six languages!

Categorie(s) : Innovation & Society, News, Research

Published : 7 June 2017

The European Commission recently published an article on the DREAM project, coordinated by Grenoble Institute of Technology from 2013–2016, in six languages on its web portal. Grenoble Institute of Technology’s G2ELab, DRIVE*, and INP Grenoble Entreprise managed the project, which focused on innovative decentralized electricity grid management tools. The project’s interdisciplinary approach at the intersection of IT and electrical engineering resulted in the development of management solutions that facilitate the integration of a larger portion of renewables into the grid while making operators’ work easier through a non-hierarchical system. Two lab demonstrators were built, and an additional three are being tested in real-world conditions in Strasbourg, Milan, and Meltimi (Greece).

*DRIVE : Direction Recherche Innovation Valorisation Europe

Read the article: goo.gl/DfksBc
Contact: raphael.caire@g2elab.grenoble-inp.fr

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