BD4OPEM creates an open energy marketplace, that offers innovative AI-based services, to enable the efficient management of energy distribution grids and associated assets.
Theft, grid disturbances, fluctuating loads, errors, maintenance, and even war are things that affect the energy grid. The future is big data to catapult the energy market into the green transition and the H2020 project BD4OPEM has rallied to the cause. Register for our seminar to find out more.
Global demand for electricity is increasing and energy systems have moved from an analogue to an interconnected real-time digital world. Huge amounts of data, mostly unused or underused, are available, offering great potential to develop exciting new services.
BD4OPEM will develop products and services to improve the planning, monitoring, operation and maintenance of electrical distribution grids, all made available at an open innovation marketplace.
BD4OPEM will create a seamless link between energy stakeholders and solutions developed. The Marketplace will ensure secure data flows between data providers and solution providers, resulting in new data-driven business models, enhanced asset management and consumer participation in energy balancing. Target user groups will be able to find relevant solutions provided by different specialized companies.
The process will be demonstrated at five pilot sites (Spain, Turkey, Slovenia, Belgium and Denmark), who provide the initial input data and who will also trial and validate the usefulness and the usability of the services being developed.
The project comprises a high quality, complementary and multidisciplinary consortium that consists of 12 partners, from nine different European Countries. The large-scale pilots from Spain, Belgium, Denmark, Slovenia and Turkey have been carefully chosen to provide wide and diverse scenarios for tool development and the testing of services developed.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme under Grant Agreement No 872525.