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The DESPRIMA project (funding measure: “Application-oriented, non-nuclear R&D in the Federal Government’s 7th Energy Research Programme”), which is funded by the BMWi, investigates intelligent controls in beverage production, in particular demand-side and production management for beverage filling processes. The project consortium consists of seven project partners from research and industry. The Es-goes! contributes to the identification of potentials for the provision of possible system services by the beverage industry and to generate a symbiosis between beverage production and network operation. The project started in July 2019 and ends in June 2022.

In the EU-wide GOFLEX project for more flexibility in the electricity sector, we are making our know-how available to renowned companies such as IBM Ireland. The aim of the research of the GOFLEX project is nothing less than the creation of a new energy world for both the electricity network operator and the consumer. This also includes mobility. With ten well-known partners from different fields, the project, with a total budget of over 11 million Euros, has been running since 2016.

The goal of the SIT4Energy project is to demonstrate how integrated energy management for prosumer scenarios can be realized by an intelligent IT solution that considers efficiency potentials of local energy production and consumption. For this purpose, an intelligent mobile recommendation service with a context-based notification service and a Smart Energy Dashboard for intuitive visual analysis of efficiency potentials in local energy production and consumption will be developed. This will include a user-friendly presentation of the results and hints for exploring energy saving potentials to ensure user acceptance. The developed solutions will be implemented and evaluated in real-world pilots with selected user groups in two different climatic regions (Greece, Germany).

FEVER Flexible Energy Production, Demand and Storage-based Virtual Power Plants for Electricity Markets and Resilient DSO Operation) is a research project funded by the EU’s “Horizon 2020” research program, which includes technologies and processes for generating energy flexibility from energy storage as well as a management and market solutions for this flexibility. The goal is to implement and demonstrate solutions and services in such a way that a secure and stable operation of the power grid can be guaranteed. This project involves 16 partners from eight different countries from the fields of research, consulting and energy provision. This project, with a total budget of approximately 9.3 million euros, started in February 2020 and is scheduled to end in July 2023.