P2P-SmarTest presented its' novel P2P approach for Smart Grids in ISGT Europe 2016 in Ljubljana,

Next generation microgrids will require a decentralised approach, in addition to or replacing centralised coordination. Peer-to-peer technology provides interesting opportunities for this, from the level of trading and business models, all the way down to control approaches and communication technology. The European H2020 project P2P-SmartTest (LCE-2014-3, http://www.p2psmartest-h2020.eu/) employs peer-to-peer approaches to ensure the integration of demand side flexibility and the optimum operation of distributed energy resources within the smart distribution network while maintaining second-to-second power balance and the quality and security of the supply. It investigates and demonstrates how a smarter electricity distribution system emerges with innovative business models.

At the ISGT 2016 conference (http://sites.ieee.org/isgt-europe-2016/), a dedicated session on the initial results of this exciting project was held and attracted a great audience.

The presentations are available below (linkit siis oheisiin tiedostoihin) • Overview of the session (Prof Geert Deconinck, KU Leuven Belgium). • Decentralised approaches in smart grids and positioning of P2P-SmarTest (Prof. Ari Pouttu, Oulu University, Finland). • Peer-to-peer concepts for business, market and trading among microgrids (Prof. Furong Li, Bath University, UK). • Peer-to-peer concepts for control in and among microgrids (Prof Geert Deconinck, KU Leuven Belgium and Prof. Jianzhong Wu, Cardiff University, UK). • Device-to-device Communications for Smart Grids: Status Quo and Road Ahead (Dr. Jesus Alonso-Zarate, CCTC, Spain).


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