Smart Grid, case study, project, pilots, dossier

Smart Grids, Mini Grids, the future is now

In this dossier, you will find Smart Grid Case Studies from all over the world.

Why? Because we can stop climate change if we learn from each other.

Take a look at the best practices of your colleges in the world.



5 reasons why the green future is now:

  1. prove we can transform to renewables
  2. store renewable energy
  3. ensure we can transfer to a robust and adaptable structure of power networks
  4. make the local energy demand more flexible
  5. decrease carbon emissions and help stopping stop climate change


Connecting the city – wifi and (open) data projects


Business applications – smart controllers


Customer applications – smart meters


Customer applications – electrical vehicle & transport



Distributed generation and distributed storage

Just started


Pilots with the DC voltage grid


Special for you: the model portfolio

    EU power dispatch model, Smart Grid, Model

    EU power dispatch model

    EUPowerDispatch is a European electricity transmission network model, to analyse the impacts of the future increase of variable renewable energy on the European cross-border transmission capacity needs and future plans.
    The Model can be defined as a minimum cost dispatch model whose optimization is coded in the General Algebraic Modeling System (GAMS) using CPLEX, a high-performance mathematical programming solver from IBM. The off-line input/output data processing is performed using Matlab.

  2. resLoadSim
    resLoadSim model, smart grid, model, EU

    resLoadSim model

    resLoadSim is a tool for residential electric load simulation. The program allows predicting residential loads. It uses a probabilistic approach based on statistics to predict the electric load profiles of individual households by summing up all appliances consumption in a household.

    This continental Europe electricity transport model is based on the ENTSO-E research model describing the UCTE winter and summer cases for 2008 (STUM2008). This detailed model represents the complete grid topology, as it depicts the current network structure with all voltage levels and substations. It includes all the UCTE member countries and all the parameters for current transmission line and transformer impedances. Moreover, the thermal line capacities on most of the circuits are represented.
  4. Smart Grids, Model, energy, infra, sustainable, renewables, climate change

    Siemens Open Model for Smart Grids

    SGAM Model for Smart Grids
    With the Smart Grid Architecture Model (SGAM), Siemens has developed an open standards model whereby power supply companies and industry can display aspects of smart grid systems. The model can be used for the visualization, validation, and configuration of smart grid projects, and also for standardization within smart grids.

  5. Guidelines

    European guidelines that aim to support the organization and management of your smart grid project and/or product development process


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