The consortium of the FutureFlow received excellent audit evaluation implemented by the European Commission at the end of the first third of the project.
The FutureFlow project is now fully engaged and is progressing at full speed. The Project is already one-third of the way through. Twelve project partners from eight different countries are dealing with the challenges of a modern power system where consumers, equipped with state-of-the-art devices, are no longer just ordinary consumers, but can also produce electricity. Their potential is to become active players in power system security. Like guardians of the power system, contributing to the most challenging of all TSOs’ balancing services.
The goals and current state of FutureFlow conceptual solutions for balancing and redispatching are presented at European Electricity Ancillary and Balancing Forum in Amsterdam, by EKC and APG representatives.
Analysis and Workshops
Black Sea Regional Transmission System Planning Project (BSTP) consists of three parts (one study and two workshops) with the following objectives:
EH2050 in Beijing
Seminar on EH2050 project has been organized in Beijing with the aim to present main results and achievements to State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC – Power producer and TSO for 90% of Chinese power system) and Global Energy Interconnection development and Cooperation Organization (GEIDCO – Company that supports development of interconnections inside but also outside Asia).
FutureFlow Project Meeting
In the scope of the activities of international project FutureFlow, a Reference Group meeting with representatives of ENTSO-E was organized in Brussels.
Grid Compliance Testing
Engineers from EKC, EFT TPP STANARI and NOS BIH have agreed to perform on-site grid compliance testing of TPP Stanari starting from June 20th.
EU-funded research & innovation project "Future Flow" has been launched, with kick-off meeting held in Lubljana 27/28 January 2016, with participation of European Commission, ELES as coordinator and 11 other partner companies from Europe, including EKC.
The European Commission, together with the member states, has defined clear targets for the decarbonisation of the European economy from 2020 up to the mid of the twenty first century (2050).
Togeather with EDF-CIST, EKC won the bid for the project „Consultancy Services for Electrical Network Study in Northern Emirates – FEWA“.