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EcoGrid EU newsletter no 2, February 2013



The EcoGrid EU Newsletter no 2 includes a status of the recruitment process and the development and implementation of the real-time market concept.  

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EcoGrid EU will give presentation at InnoGrid2020+: 20-21 February 2013 in Brussels


The 2nd seminar of InnoGrid2020+ will take place on 20-21 February 2013 in Brussels. The seminar will bring together industry representatives, researchers and policy makers, to share the latest results of European Transmission and Distribution R&D projects, present the new EEGI/GRID+ Roadmaps 2013-2022 and provide the participants with insights on the future European energy markets and legislation. The seminar will include panel sessions, presentations and a poster session, enabling all the participants to interact with each other and share their knowledge.

You can download the program here:

More than 1000 EcoGrid EU test households


As of 15th of November, there are 1058 registered EcoGrid EU households
on Bornholm. - We now have more than half of the test participants that we need,
says Randi Joergensen at Oestkraft. She is one of the key persons
involved in the EcoGrid EU recruitment and the communication with the
Bornholm customers.

The EcoGrid EU project is awarded with the “EEGI label"


The EcoGrid EU project is awarded with the  “EEGI  label" together with Twenties, Grid4EU, InovGrid, which is among the first four project that received the EEGI Label. The European Electricity Grid Initiative (EEGI) will highlight those projects that are in line with the objectives and working principles of the EEGI. On the basis of the agreed EEGI Labelling Methodology approved in EEGI Team Meeting 7, the 9th of November, the projects will be evaluated by experts coming from both the GRID+ project and the EEGI Team.

The European Electricity Grid Initiative (EEGI) is one of the European Industrial Initiatives under the Strategic Energy Technologies Plan (SET-PLAN) and proposes a 9-year European research, development and demonstration (RD&D) programme to accelerate innovation and the development of the electricity networks of the future in Europe.

eegi core-label

EcoGrid EU presentation at the IEEE (Power & Energy Society) Conference in Berlin


Yi Ding, CET-DTU presented EcoGrid EU at the IEEE Conference - Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Europe in Berlin, 14 - 17th of October 2012

Download his presentation here...

Read more in the EcoGrid IEEE paper no 2...