Launched in November 2017, EU-SysFlex is a pan-European development and innovation project being financed primarily by the European Union as part of the Horizon2020 framework programme for research and innovation.
The project aims to offer new solutions for the integration of consumption and production flexibility to the electricity market to enable more unplanned renewable energy (wind and solar) to be linked to the system.
Elering is one of the 34 partners involved in the project, charged with the task of leading workflows related to cross-border data exchange, in which we can make use of our invaluable experience with the Estfeed smart grid.
The project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no. 773505.
For more information about SysFlex see http://eu-sysflex.com.
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EU-SysFlex Project Manager
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- 1st issue: September 2018
- 2nd issue: April 2019
- 3rd issue: October 2019
- 4th issue: May 2020
- 5th issue, autumn 2020
- 6th issue, spring 2021
- 7th issue, autumn 2021
EU-SysFlex in the media:
- ‘EU-SysFlex marks its first anniversary’, 12 November 2018
- Elering has worked out EU-SysFlex working paper where 74 articles in total were identified in 10 EU legal texts relevant for data exchange and where data exchange platform can support to fulfil respective legal requirement. Read the paper.
EUSysFlex data management team under the leadership of EDF and Elering has completed the description of wide range of data use cases based on the concept of Data Exchange Platform. October 2020 Read the paper
EU-SysFlex delivered the report on "big data" in energy systems, covering big data framework, cost, requirements, and 7 case studies: flexibility baseline modelling, forecasting, data privacy, TSO-DSO data exchange. The report was coordinated by Elering and University of Tartu. Read the report