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We are 17 partners from Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Slovenia and Spain including technology and service providers, research organisations, distribution system operators and consultancies jointly tackling the FEVER challenge. Find out more about our consortium partners.
Aalborg University
Aalborg University

Denmark, Aalborg

Research centre with expertise in data-intensive systems, embedded software systems and human-centered computing.

Role in FEVER: Adaptation of existing generalized flexibility modelling (FlexOffer) methodology and underlying techniques for flexible storage loads/assets.

B.A.U.M. Consult GmbH
B.A.U.M. Consult GmbH

Germany, Munich/Berlin

Consulting company, involved in the smart energy system development.

Role in FEVER: System modelling and user integration; dissemination and exploitation of the results, fostering innovative development of the project by Design Thinking workshops.

Es-geht!-Energiesysteme GmbH
Es-geht!-Energiesysteme GmbH

Germany, Berlin

Consulting company specialized on innovative software and hardware and business development and renewable energy sources solutions.

Role in FEVER: Co-creation and promotion of core solution enabling DSOs and prosumers to take part in energy trading and demand side management, field installation of infrastructure German pilot.

Estabanell y Pahisa Energia, S.A.
Estabanell y Pahisa Energia, S.A.

Spain, Granollers

Distribution systems operator and retailer in the electricity domain as well as telecom operator.

Role in FEVER: Local DSO in the Spanish pilot.

Estabanell y Pahisa Mercator, S.A.
Estabanell y Pahisa Mercator, S.A.

Spain, Granollers

Retailer, in the electricity domain, deploying a customer focused relationship marketing.

Role in FEVER: Pilot of the flexibility aggregation, management and trading platform in Spain.

FlexShape Aps
FlexShape Aps

Denmark, Aarhus

ICT company specialised in development and exploitation of energy flexibility, offering smart energy forecasting tools, aggregation, optimization, and trading based i.a. on Big Data and blockchain.

Role in FEVER: Extension of its current aggregator-as-a-service platform to support the extended FlexOffers and trading, extension of related tools such as energy planner.

Hellenic Energy Exchange S.A.
Hellenic Energy Exchange S.A.

Greece, Athens

Nominated electricity market operator in Greece, also responsible for organising and operating Greek gas and environmental markets.

Role in FEVER: Development of different market tools for introducing active roles of the flexibility aggregator and the DSO in the electricity markets.

IBM Ireland Ltd
IBM Ireland Ltd

Ireland, Dublin

ICT company with expertise in advanced information technologies, including i.a. networking systems and storage.

Role in FEVER: Implementation of a toolbox capable to support P2P flexibility trading on the basis of distributed ledger technologies, integration and deployment for needs of the German pilot.

INEA - Informatizacija, Energetika, Avtomatizacija D.O.O.
INEA - Informatizacija, Energetika, Avtomatizacija D.O.O.

Slovenia, Ljubljana

Leading Slovenian company for energy management solutions, industrial automation, process computer control and manufacturing informatics.

Role in FEVER: Providing prototypes of core solutions for flexibility management and trading, coordination of the deployment of flexibility solutions to pilots, dissemination.

Intracom S.A. Telekom Solutions (Coordinator)
Intracom S.A. Telekom Solutions (Coordinator)

Greece, Athens

Largest multinational provider of telecommunications products and integrated ICT solutions & services in Greece.

Role in FEVER: Coordination of the project, design and implementation of a DSO toolbox, technical management.

Stadtwerk Haßfurt GmbH
Stadtwerk Haßfurt GmbH

Germany, Haßfurt

Municipal, highly innovative DSO with main goal to ensure generation, distribution, storage and consumption of renewable energies in form of smarter electricity, water and heating technologies.

Role in FEVER: Providing renewable energy sources, integration of the DSO toolbox and demonstration of the solutions.

SWW Wunsiedel GmbH
SWW Wunsiedel GmbH

Germany, Wunsiedel

Municipal, highly innovative utility company and DSO.

Role in FEVER: DSO and flexibility aggregator in Germany integrating the DSO toolbox and demonstrating the solutions.

Universitat de Girona
Universitat de Girona

Spain, Girona

Research centre with expertise on data driven methods for smart grid supervision and decision support as forecasting and statistical modelling and their exploitation to support grid operation.

Role in FEVER: Development of the DSO toolbox, project execution.

Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya

Spain, Barcelona

Technology transfer for companies with expertise i.e. in Smart Grid architecture design, optimization of energy systems and energy markets.

Role in FEVER: Architecture design, implementation and optimization of technology for storage and electric mobility.

Université Catholique de Louvain
Université Catholique de Louvain

Belgium, Louvain-la-Neuve

Research centre with expertise in electricity market design as well as a current focus on distribution system operations.

Role in FEVER: Definition of relevant market mechanisms and tools for mobilizing distribution system flexibility, dissemination of results.

University of Cyprus
University of Cyprus

Cyprus, Nicosia

The FOSS Research Centre for Sustainable Energy at UCY offers a unique perspective of the energy needs of a variety of system actors and demonstrates calculation and offer of flexibility.

Role in FEVER: Campus facility management, enhancing the energy management system, integration and deployment of the pilot in Cyprus.

University of Patras
University of Patras

Greece, Patras

Research centre with expertise in all aspects of power systems control, energy management and real time networked embedded systems.

Role in FEVER: Analysis of flexibility measures, design of the DSO toolbox, design of the flexibility relevant market mechanisms and tools.