Platone Open day: Innovation for Flexibility

Wed, 24 November, 2021, 10:00 - 12:30 (EET)
Online (Zoom)


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Platone Open day: Innovation for Flexibility, - online event

Wednesday, November 24th, 10:00-12:30 EET

Location: Zoom Meeting-ID: 321 618 1148


Language of the event: Greek 


Implementing Language of the event: Greek mechanisms for the exploitation of flexibility services in the power grids is at the forefront of the effort for the Energy Transition and reversal of climate change at a regional and international level.

EU H2020 funded project Platone (PLaTform for Operation of distribution NEtworks) deals with innovative ways to link the different players of the energy market (aggregators, prosumers etc.) via efficient and trustworthy data sharing, enabling the DSOs to benefit from increased flexibility and observability of their grids.

HEDNO and NTUA, demo partners of Platone, invite you to the Platone Open Day: Innovation for Flexibility, where the Platone project and the solutions proposed as part of the Greek Demo, will be presented.

Furthermore, the following H2020 projects will be represented, namely:

X-FLEX (Integrated energy solutions and new market mechanisms for an eXtended FLEXibility of the European grid)

PARITY (Prosumer AwaRe, Transactive Markets for Valorization of Distributed flexibilITY enabled by Smart Energy Contracts)

Smart4RES (Next Generation Modelling and Forecasting of Variable Renewable Generation for Large-scale Integration in Energy Systems and Markets)

SYNERGY (Big Energy Data Value Creation within SYNergetic enERGY-as-a-service Applications through trusted multi-party data sharing over an AI big data analytics marketplace)

Two parallel interactive sessions will take place, concerning:

1.     Flexibility mechanisms: Market and Tariffs

2.     Data and flexibility: Needs and Challenges

Date:  24th November 2021
Time: 10:00 - 12:30, EET(2,5h)
Location:  Online (Zoom)

About the Platone project:

Platone is a European research project with 12 project partners from Belgium, Germany, Greece and Italy. The 4 years’ project started in 2019 and aims to provide inter alia a seamless integration of distribution network operation and electricity market, simplifying the life of system operators, end-users and other stakeholder groups. The overall goal is to provide a cost-effective, seamless, and secure power supply in Europe in the context of increasingly higher renewable energy penetration. Please check the Platone website for more details.




Eleni Daridou (E.Daridou@deddie.gr)

Effrosyni-Maria Gralista (E.Gralista@deddie.gr)

Panagiotis Pediaditis (panped@mail.ntua.gr)