E2SG

By | October 25, 2013
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The target of the overall E2SG project is to devise and design mechanisms and policies to assemble, monitor and control smart grids, i.e. a set of interconnected nodes whose primary goal is to generate, exchange and consume electrical energy in the most efficient and reliable way by exploiting distributed information that is sensed, transmitted and processed over the same set of nodes and links. From this point of view, E2SG is complementary with respect to ERG that focuses on nodes with generation abilities whose interfaces are the main topic of common interest.

E2SG aims at addressing most of the challenges entailed in evolving the concept of smart-grid to the level needed by both the industrial players and the society of the next decades, and the uprising environmental awareness which will lead to the increasing exploitation of removable energy sources.

 

LEITAT’s contribution: LEITAT contribution to the project is related to: simulation of new algorithms for smart conversion and implementation of smart meters for sensing and its communication within the network with two assumptions: low-power and low-cost.

 

Number of Contract: ENIAC/296131-E2SG

 

Coordinator: Infineon Technologies AG

 

Web: http://www.e2sg-project.eu/

 

Starts: 01/04/2012

 

Duration: 36 months

 

Partners

 

Infineon AG Germany
Insta   Elecktro GmbH Germany
NXP   Germany Germany
Telefunken   semicondoctors Germany
Fraunhofer   IISB Germany
RWTH   Aachen University Germany
STMicroelectronics   Italy Italy
Centro   Ricerche FIAT Italy
ENEL Italy
HERA Italy
EFFEGI Italy
METATRON Italy
POLIMODEL Italy
Consorzio Nazionale Interuniversitario   per la Nanoelettronica Italy
Politecnico   di Torino Italy
Università   di Bologna Italy
Università   della Calabria Italy
Università   di Catania Italy
Austriamicrosystems Austria
On   Semiconductor Belgium
ADD   Semiconductor Spain
IQUADRAT Spain
LEITAT   Technological Center Spain
Centre Tecnològic de Telecomunicacions   de Catalunya Spain
Tyndall   National institute Ireland
HELIOX The Netherlands
NXP   Semiconductors The Netherlands
Philips   Consumer Lifestyle The Netherlands
IT-Portugal Portugal
Slovak   University of Technology Slovak R.
R-DAS Slovak R.
Enecsys UK
IQE UK
Silvaco UK
University   of Sheffield UK

 

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