Entries by Chiara Canestrini

SmartNet at EUW18

SmartNet participated in the European Utility Week which took place in Vienna from 6 to 8 November 2018. Watch the interview with Gianluigi Migliavacca at EUW18:    Hub Programme with the SmartNet Project Team  DAY : 7th November 2018 (14:00-17.30) Location: t.b.d. Title of session: Final results and lessons learnt from SmartNet: a H2020 […]

SmartNet Workshops: Takeaways from Florence

The SmartNet project is attracting interest from Europe and beyond! On 24-26 October 2018 in Florence, several stakeholders from TSOs/DSOs, Regulators, Utilities and Traders joined our workshops hosted by the Florence School of Regulation to discover the latest results of our research on a subject that has a global relevance: the integration of the growing number of distributed […]

SmartNet Workshop Series in Florence

24 – 26 October 2018 | European University Institute, Firenze  The Florence School of Regulation will host a 3-day workshop series to discuss the SmartNet Project’s research and results. We invite you in Florence to learn and discuss the results achieved by the SmartNet research on the TSO-DSO coordination theme. Each day, different perspectives and interests of the stakeholders […]

Energy in Europe: A SmartNet to boost the green revolution

The October issue of Open Access Government, featuring our project, is now available here. The EU-funded SmartNet energy project provides a vision on future ancillary services from distribution grids in Europe, as Gianluigi Migliavacca, Project Manager at Ricerca sul Sistema Energetico explains. The August 2017 issue of Open Access Government has already featured an article […]

SmartNet and the Ministry of Energy of Cyprus (MECIT)

On behalf of the Structural Reform Support Service of the European Commission, RSE is carrying out a project named “Technical support to improve the penetration of renewable energy sources and energy efficiency in Cyprus” the beneficiary of which is the Ministry of Energy, Commerce, Industry and Tourism of Cyprus (MECIT). One of the work packages […]

SmartNet meets a delegation from Japan

On Friday  28th September, a delegation of Japanese companies (TEPCO, Mitsubishi Research Institute, Kansai Electric Power, University of Tokyo) came in the visit to the RSE headquarters in Milan to collect information on the SmartNet project and to exchange opinions on their activities. In Japan, the management of electric power systems is getting more complicated […]

SmartNet National Workshop in Denmark

On 20 September, the SmartNet Project organised a National Workshop in Denmark, hosted by the Danish TSO Energynet. The workshop has been attended by TSO, DSOs, BRPs, Energy-IT companies, and energy supply and smart grid companies, at National and Global level, with the participation of NREL (USA), Argonne National Lab (USA), Korea (Grid planning people), […]

SmartNet at IRED 2018

The 8th International Conference on Integration of Renewable and Distributed Energy Resources IRED 2018 is a global conference gathering experts from industry, government and academia to share information on state-of-the-art technologies, research and know-how and engage in lively discussions related to the integration of renewable and distributed energy resources into the power systems. The conference takes […]

SmartNet at CIGRE Exhibit in Paris

The two-yearly general session by CIGRE is a global benchmark in the ongoing debate about the future of electrical systems. The general session’s 2018 edition took place in Paris with a focus on communication. The SmartNet Project was present with three papers (on the simulation environment, on the Italian Pilot and on the Spanish Pilot) […]

The impact of the SmartNet Project | Interview from Brussels!

In the context of the public workshop held on 20 June in Brussels, Athir Nouicer (FSR) interviewed Dr. Tomás Gómez San Román, Professor at Comillas Pontifical University, about the impacts of the SmartNet project on the future of electricity markets. Watch the interview:  Listen to the Podcast version SmartNet has three pilot projects (in […]

What can we learn from SmartNet? | Highlights from Brussels

Before the start of the SmartNet workshop in Brussels on the 20 June, Nicolò Rossetto (Florence School of Regulation) had the opportunity to talk with the SmartNet Project Coordinator, Gianluigi Migliavacca (RSE) about the importance of the project and the insights that it is expected to provide to policy-makers, regulators, network companies, and market players. […]