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Energy Sector Digitalisation, Green Transition and Regulatory Trade-offs

The green transition relies on electricity generation from intermittent renewable energy sources and the electrification of end-consumption such as heating, cooling, or mobility. At the same time, an increasing number of previously passive consumers are becoming active actors in the energy system, while the quantity of electric devices connected to the grid increases.

Economics of data interoperability in a data-driven energy sector

A market-based energy transition requires active customers, which means they offer their energy flexibility through data-driven services. Implementing these services requires data interoperability standards and processes, and single common front doors. In economic terms, data interoperability lowers the barriers to participate in those services and improves their liquidity and efficiency.

A common European API for Residential Energy Management and FLEXIBILITY Aggregation

Presentation from the EUSEW (European Sustainable Energy Week)

Edge driven Digital Twins in distributed energy systems

The paper explores the intersection of Digital Twins and Edge Computing within the context smart grids in the electricity sector in the EU. The goal is to specifically focus on medium and low voltage networks environments. The use cases’ primary objectives are to enhance visibility for more advanced grid monitoring and management, with a particular emphasis on integrating the grid edge through digital twins. This integration allows for real-time monitoring, enabling advanced grid management methods and creating opportunities for active consumer participation while increasing grids´ capacity.

Blueprint of the Common European Energy Data Space

This document addresses the concept of a Common European Energy Data Space (CEEDS), providing detailed approaches and recommendations for its real-world realization. In particular, the main objective of this blueprint is to guide on enhancing the existing data infrastructures, the energy domain, towards the full embracement of data space solutions.

IoT and Edge Computing EU funded projects landscape

AIOTI WG Standardisation prepared a report on IoT and Edge Computing EU funded projects landscape, release 2.

This deliverable provides landscapes of EU funded projects focusing on IoT and edge computing.

Energy Data Space policy paper

Goal of this policy paper is to give a short technical introduction to the topic, providing references for a deeper analysis, and then to focus on the identified opportunities, challenges and necessary actions for a quick deployment of a common European energy data space. For this reason, the document is as much as possible technology agnostic and focuses on the next steps for the concrete implementations.

A Framework for Enabling Cloud Services to Leverage Energy Data

Aggregating energy data at scale becomes challenging, as it requires achieving compatibility with diverse platforms. To address this challenge, we propose a cloud-based framework that handles all interactions with energy providers and prepares the data for further processing by services.

Data Sovereignty at the Edge of the Network

Data sovereignty upholds that data is subject to the rules of the data provider and the applicable laws of the country where the data is collected. To achieve data sovereignty, various approaches have been proposed which rely on cloud computing resources to provide users with the necessary functionality to exchange sovereign data.


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