InterConnect proposes effective energy management using a resilient and practical ecosystem that is user-centric and market-driven. The project involves a range of specialised stakeholders, including advanced technology actors, manufacturers, providers and energy users. Via seven pilots, they will showcase an effective digital market for ensuring energy-efficiency at reduced costs that is beneficial to end-users.


The InterFlex project brings together 5 European distribution system operators to improve the performance and the reliability of a local electric system by testing new uses of local flexibilities and new solutions of system automation. This project aims at improving on the performances of electricity networks since they have a central role to address the increasing complexity of the electricity system, while remaining the starting point for progressing towards an energy system approach because of its potential connections with heat, transport, gas, etc.


The INTERRFACE project will design, develop and exploit an Interoperable pan-European Grid Services Architecture (IEGSA) to act as the interface between the power system operators (TSO and DSO) and the customers and allow the coordinated operation of all stakeholders to use and procure common services.


Smart system of renewable energy storage based on INtegrated EVs and bAtteries to empower mobile, Distributed and centralised Energy storage in the distribution grid.

Outcome: A cloud -based flexibility management system integrated with EVs and battery storages at mobile, distributed and centralized levels.

Impact: Utilize renewable energy more effectively, optimizing the supply of electricity and making services more end-user-centric.

This project targets to improve congestion management in the European power grid, avoid expensive investments in grid capacity and lower European consumer energy bills.


Islander has the main objective to integrate and operate together heterogeneous storage, electric vehicles and renewables combined in different applications (behind the meter, front the meter, street lighting, …) to decarbonize Borkum Island. The smart IT platform developed along with the demand and supply forecasting algorithms will be key for monitoring and operating assets installed during the project lifespan.
Thanks to the work of follower islands and the optimisation tool to be developed in the project, Borkum results will serve as a showcase and will be able to be replicated in other islands to move forward and reach 2030 climate and energy framework objectives.



The EU-funded MAESHA project will develop smart and flexible methods of storage and energy management as well as modelling tools and technical systems with the aim of promoting the transition towards sustainable energy. Designed with respect to the interests of the local communities, adapted to the market and ready to be disseminated, the new approaches will serve as a demonstration for the future decarbonisation of the Mayotte and other European islands.