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Project ENERGISE presented its latest scientific paper on the SmartER Europe 2016 conference on the 18th of February which was held during the biggest energy trade fair (E-world) in central Europe. Among the invited speakers of the conference were reknown energy experts, e.g. a former member of the board of one of the biggest utilities …

ENERGISE announces two masters theses and one bachelor thesis to be written at TÜV Rheinland. Within project ENERGISE we are looking for graduates, who want to write their masters or bachelor thesis within a company and thereby want to gain valuable practical experience. We offer the following topics: Bachelor thesis: Market analysis of the telecommunications …

The European ENERGISE study is conducting a cost-benefit analysis of various options for establishing ICT infrastructures for smart grids. It focuses on the core question of whether the modern energy systems of the future should be based on own or third-party communication infrastructures. This question is viable for an extensive deployment of smart grids and …

Deliverable D2.3 “Survey summary report” is now available for download. This report summarises, categorises and aggregates the findings of a survey on smart grid use cases that the project conducted within its community of stakeholders. The results of the survey are not only a key outcome of the first project year, they are an essential …

As part of team ENERGISE, Daniel Iglhaut took part in the plenary debate “Integration of the Energy network in Europe – what is the purpose?” at the Industry Forum in Karpacz, Poland 18th – 20th December 2015. The Industry Forum in Karpacz, Poland is a major conference on energy related topics in Eastern Europe. The …

ENERGISE was on the ISGAN conference in Lecco. Besides of the presentation of the project, we were able to connect globally and discuss the role of communications as critical enabler for the development of smart energy systems with high ranking experts of the field.

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