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  • The pro-integrative planning of renewable energy sources

About Project RIGRID


About project RIGRID

The pro-integrative planning of renewable energy sources and flexible consumers under consideration of technical, market economy and sociological aspects provides key challenges for establishment of regional smart grid concept. The goal of the RIGRID project is to develop and test new interactive energy and infrastructure design tool for optimal planning and operation of new emerging energy infrastructures in rural areas. The objective of the RIGRID project is to develop modern management concepts to operate the existing and future energetic infrastructures (e.g. in Germany and Poland) in a more efficient way. The expected impacts will have positive consequences on the reliability of power supply, which will increase, on the emission of CO2, which will decrease, and on visibility of local authorities which will increase for actracting new potential investors to develop green regional smart grids and create new jobs.
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RIGRID at the scientific conference “Energetyka Prosumencka w Wymiarach Zrównoważonego Rozwoju”

19 December 2016

On Wednesday, 9th November 2016, RIGRID project was presented at 3rd interdisciplinary scientific conference “Energetyka Prosumencka w Wymiarach Zrównoważonego Rozwoju” in Koszęcin, Poland. The main goal of the conference was…
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RIGRID at European Utility Week in Barcelona

18 November 2016

On Wednesday, 16th November, RIGRID project was presented at European Utility Week in Barcelona. The Consortium was represented by managing director of European Copper Institut Poland, Michał Ramczykowski. At the…
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Progress meeting in Białystok

25 October 2016

On October 20-21 a RIGRID progress meeting took place. The two days long session were located in Białystok, a city with Electrum headquarters, the polish coordinator of RIGRID. The first…
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Upcoming events


Upcoming events

Upcoming events

RIGRID progess meeting - Warszawa

The next planned consortium meeting will take place in Warsaw, Poland.

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This project has received funding in the framework of the joint programming initiative ERA-Net Smart Grids Plus, with support from the European Union’s Horizon  2020 research and innovation programme.