VPP4Islands project proposes disruptive solutions based on digital twin concept, Virtual energy
storage systems (VESS) and Distributed Ledger technology (DLT) to revolutionize the existing VPP and build smart energy communities.
A software representation of a physical asset, system or process designed to detect, prevent, predict, and optimize through real time analytics to deliver business value.
Aggregation-oriented, value-added services for stakeholders, customers and operators in the energy market are part of the new technological and business frontier in the EU's Green Deal strategy, in particular for islands and according to their specific needs and characteristics
About our VPP4Islands project
The ambition of VPP4Islands is to become the leader of Island decarbonisation and VPP development that promotes decentralized and sustainable energy systems through open innovative tools and concepts while considering the island challenges, infrastructures and implementation costs. In order to mitigate uncertainties that are inherent in renewable energy sources, VPP4Islands will be able to create flexible and interoperable VPPs that can be integrated more easily with existing grid systems without negatively impacting stability.
VPP4Islands project Consortium gathers 19 harmonized partners from 7 different European Member States and 1 Associated Country (France, Germany, United Kingdom, Netherland, Italy, Spain, Denmark and Turkey). The consortium includes 5 RTOs, 1 association, 1 large company, 7 SMEs, 1 DSO, 1 leading Island and 3 followers.
Check all VPP4Islands news and events:
- AMU organized our first physical General Meeting from 16th to 18th May in Marseille, here the Agenda GA 2022.
- CIVIEsco, Gardo, Troya and Bornholms participated in CE4EUislands Forum programme 2022 where two videos were selected
- VPP4ISLANDS is participating in BRIDGE Events WGs to learn from other experiences and share findings with other European projects.
The funniest and best backstage moments of our Italian conference in 20-07-2021, edited by our partners GRADO and CIVIESCO in the VPP4Islands H2020 project