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RESOLVD Objectives are design, develop and test a new power electronic deviceresilient and efficient operation of the LV gridLV network observability and forecastingpotential new business models and regulations

to improve the efficiency and the hosting capacity of distribution networks, in a context of highly distributed renewable generation by introducing flexibility and control in the low voltage grid

Project Overview

RESOLVD is a 36 months (01/10/2017-30/09/2020) RIA project

To contribute to setting the next generation of competitive technologies and services for smart grids addressed in the topic LCE-01-2016-2017 (Area: 4- Intelligent electricity distribution grid). European Union’s Horizon 2020.

RESOLVD proposes hardware and software technologies

To improve low voltage grid monitoring with wide area monitoring capabilities and automatic fault detection and isolation

The enhanced observability of RESOLVD

Provided through cost-effective PMUs and state-of-the-art short-term forecasting algorithms that predict demand and renewable generation, will permit a reduction of uncertainty in grid operation and an increased efficiency

DSO as a facilitator

The integration of these technologies, allowing interoperability with legacy systems and third parties in a cyber secure way, envisions new business models that will be analysed during the project.

Resolvd's Presentation:


WP6: New Business Models, Project Exploitation and standardisation

While the primary focus of RESOLVD project lies within the novel technology development, consortium recognises…

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Panel Session on ISGT Europe Conference – H2020 projects and business model innovation

Francisco Díaz from CITCEA-UPC represented the RESOLVD project in a panel session at the ISGT…

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Renewable penetration levered by Efficient Low Voltage Distribution grids

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 773715

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