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Behind FEDECOM development, read the scientific publication by UCL, FEDECOM partner: “Energyscope Pathway: An Open-Source Model to Optimise the Energy Transition Pathways of a Regional Whole-Energy System”

By developing features for Fedecom, colleagues from UCL (Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium), have published, 19th December 2023, a methodology paper about how to optimises the investments over a 30 years transition period while accounting for hourly resolution. The 48 pages scientific publication is available on the ResearchGate Web portal.

By |2024-01-14T19:19:31+01:0010 January 2024|Non classé|0 Comments

Read the article published by Grid Singularity, FEDECOM’s partner: A Vision of a Decentralised Energy Market for Germany in 2030 on MEDIUM website

The German energy agency has just published a large study that Grid Singularity has conducted with Fraunhofer Institute on “Vision of a Decentralised Energy Market for Germany in 2030”. Key results including FEDECOM project perspective have been presented in an article available on Medium website.

By |2024-01-14T19:10:24+01:001 December 2023|Non classé|0 Comments

FEDECOM will present energy communities concept and opportunities in a webinar dedicated to African countries

FEDECOM project has been invited to participate in a webinar to present key elements on energy communities and the project approach to support federation of energy communities. This event in French is co-organized by the Réseau Climat & Développement (RC&D), ENERGIES 2050 (member of the FEDECOM consortium) and ENDA Energie and will take place on Monday October 16, 2023 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. GMT. The Theme is “Achieving a Just Energy Transition: Myths & realities and challenges for Africa”.

By |2023-10-14T14:38:01+02:007 October 2023|Non classé|0 Comments

Model Predictive Control as a key enabler for automated demand response at buildings

FEDECOM will develop a Model Predictive Control (MPC) that can automatically generate demand response actions at building. MPC is a cutting-edge technique that can be applied for the energy management of buildings. MPC uses a predictive model of the building and takes into account weather forecasts, internal heat gains (such as those caused by occupancy and lighting) and real measurements of the building to decide how the building should be operated.

By |2023-09-26T14:47:45+02:0025 September 2023|Non classé|0 Comments

The 2023 edition BRIDGE’s brochure is available – Find our FEDECOM project there!

The new revision of the BRIDGE brochure edition has been published end of July 2023 by the European Commission, Directorate-General for Energy. “BRIDGE is a European Commission initiative which unites Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe Smart Grid, Energy Storage, Islands, and Digitalisation Projects to create a structured view of cross-cutting issues which are encountered in the demonstration projects and may constitute an obstacle to innovation.”

By |2023-09-26T13:57:05+02:001 August 2023|Non classé|0 Comments
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