Special session on SmartNet Project at PowerTech in Milan

“How to get flexibility from resources connected to distribution grids? The results of the SmartNet project”

Wednesday 26th June | 8:30-10:10 | Milano, Italy


  • Gianluigi Migliavacca | RSE


The session presents the results of the Horizon2020 project SmartNet, aimed at investigating the possibility for flexible resources connected to distribution grids to provide system services. Scenario studies at 2030 for Italy, Denmark and Spain, three technological pilots and a hardware-in-the loop test complete each other to provide a comprehensive analysis. Finally, project results are put in relationship to the present regulatory trends in Europe and in the three mentioned Countries and regulatory guidelines are elaborated.


  • “Introduction to SmartNet”, Gianluigi Migliavacca | RSE
  • “Results of the simulations at 2030 for Italy”, Denmark and Spain, Marco Rossi | RSE
  • “Results for the three project pilots”, Carlos Madina | TECNALIA
  • “Results for the hardware-in-the-loop activities”, Filip Pröstl-Andren | AIT
  • “Regulatory Guidelines”, Ivana Kockar | University of Strathclyde
  • “Project exploitation and impact”, Gianluigi Migliavacca | RSE

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