The outcomes of the EU-SysFlex Project




EU-SysFlex Blog: Exploitation of the project’s selected results




EU-SysFlex blog: EU-SysFlex data exchange activities completed by proposing ‘European conceptual model’




EU-SysFlex blog: EU-SysFlex Flexibility Roadmap



Joint EU-SysFlex and OSMOSE workshops: Interesting insights shared between them



EU-SysFlex blog: New ways of energy data exchange demonstrated



EU-SysFlex French Virtual Power Plant: FCR provision by wind successfully demonstrated through local tests



EU-SysFlex blog: Batteries and EV charging points as electric grid balancers in a smart office environment



EU-SysFlex French Virtual Plant: Multi-services provision by storage successfully demonstrated through local tests



EU-SysFlex blog: Portuguese FlexHub: Unlocking the flexibility of distribution assets



EU-SysFlex blog: Performance analysis of data exchange and processing in the German Demonstrator



EU-SysFlex blog: Exploitation of power flexibilities from distribution networks: the importance of simulations. Outcomes from Task 6.3



EU-SysFlex blog: Three policy recommendations from the impact analysis of market and regulatory options in the pan-European power system through advanced power system and market modelling



EU-SysFlex blog: Design options of TSO/DSO coordination and their interface to flexibility markets



EU-SysFlex blog: The EU-SysFlex French Industrial-Scale Demonstration: Coordinating Distributed Resources for Multi-Services Provision



EU-SysFlex blog: A utility scale Virtual Power Plant (VPP)



EU-SysFlex blog: First Results from the field test demonstrator in EU-SysFlex



EU-SysFlex blog: Electrically heated households to provide frequency reserves



EU-SysFlex blog: 10 attention points of energy data exchange



EU-SysFlex blog: How a battery energy storage system can provide services to the market



EU-SysFlex blog: How can distribution system operators better control the distributed generation



EU-SysFlex blog: EU-SysFlex demonstrations enable flexibility in a power system with a high share of renewables



EU-SysFlex blog: EU-SysFlex project is testing what is legally required in German grids for 2021



Read our new blog: Enable flexibility provision from decentralized resources



New EU-SysFlex blog: Market access, data access



Third EU-SysFlex blog: The “supermarket” approach is one way of managing future electric grids



Second EU-SysFlex blog is here



Read our very first project blog