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Raziskovalni projekti nadnacionalnih partnerstev v evropskem raziskovalnem prostoru osvetljujejo stateof the art pametnih, inteligentnih, adaptivnih elektroenergetskih omrežij v Evropi. Partnerji projekta KC-SURE sodelujejo kot partnerji tudi v teh transnacionalnih projektih, kar zagotavlja prenos znanja v slovensko okolje ob zagotavljanju ciljev projekta.

Raziskovalni projekti nadnacionalnih partnerstev v evropskem raziskovalnem prostoru osvetljujejo stateof the art pametnih, inteligentnih, adaptivnih elektroenergetskih omrežij v Evropi. Partnerji projekta KC-SURE sodelujejo kot partnerji tudi v teh transnacionalnih projektih, kar zagotavlja prenos znanja v slovensko okolje ob zagotavljanju ciljev projekta.

Pregled slovenskih razvojnih pobud povezovanja domačih institucij znanja in gospodarstva v razvojno tržna partnersva, se kaže v obliki Razvojnih centrov, Kompetenčnih centrov, Centrov odličnosti, Tehnoloških centrov in platform, ki se ukvarjajo si ciljno določenimi polji delovanja.




Pregled projektov nadnacionalnih partnerstev, ki se ukvarjajo s tematiko pametne mreže Smart Grid v okviru 6. in 7. Okvirnega raziskovalnega programa. Več o 7. FP > tukaj

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Active Distribution network with full integration of Demand and distributed energy RESourceS(2008 - 2012)

The project aims at delivering a comprehensive commercial and technical framework for the development of “Active Demand” in the smart grids of the future. ADDRESS investigates how to effectively activate participation of domestic and small commercial customers in power system markets and in the provision of services to the different power system participnts.


Boosting Energy Awareness

(2010 - 2013)


BeAware studies how ubiquitous information can turn energy consumers into active players by developing: An open and capillary infrastructure sensing wirelessly energy consumption at appliance level in the home; Ambient and mobile interaction to integrate energy use profiles into users’ everyday life; Value added service platforms and models where consumers can act on ubiquitous energy information and energy producers and other stakeholders gain new business opportunities.

Building EnergY WATCHer
(2008 -2011)

BeyWatch will develop an energy-aware and user-centric solution, able to provide intelligent energy monitoring/control and power demand balancing at home/building & neighborhood level.

Distribution Line Carrier -Verification, Integration and Test of PLC Technologies and IP Communication for Utilities
(2010 – 2013)

DLC+VIT4IP will develop, verify and test a high-speed narrow-band power line communications infrastructure using the Internet Protocol (IP) which is capable of supporting existing and extending new and multiple communication applications. These shall include the existing power distribution network for novel services in smart electricity distribution networks such as demand side management, control of distributed generation and customer integration

Price – based control of electrical power systems

This project proposes an advanced ICT and control framework for ancillary services (reserve capacity) which allows a more intelligent solution by giving consumers and producers clear, real-time financial incentives to adapt their consumption / production according to the actual needs of the power system. This demand-side management is being made possible by the large scale introduction of Smart meters.

The birth of a European Distributed Energy Partnership

The project brings together 8 European energy utilities and aims at removing most of the technical and non-technical barriers that prevent a massive deployment of distributed energy resources (DER) in Europe. In partnership with manufacturers, research organizations, professionals, national agencies and a bank, they implemented a demand-pull rather than technology-push approach. This new approach provided three tentative “fast-tracks options” to speed up the large - scale implementation of DER in Europe, by defining three client portfolios in various market segments which could benefit from DER solutions, and by fostering the R&D required to adapt DER technologies to the demands of these segments

Flexible Electricity Networks to Integrate the expected Energy Evolution

The objective is to boost DER (Distributed Energy Resources) by maximizing their contribution to the electric power system, through aggregation into Large Scale Virtual Power Plants (LSVPP) and decentralized management. The project is organized in three phases:§ Analysis of the DER contribution to the electrical system, assessed in two future scenarios (Northern and Southern) with realistic DER penetration; § Development of a layered communication and control solution validated for a comprehensive set of network use cases , including normal and abnormal operation, as well as recommendations to adapt international power standards; § Validation through 2 large field deployments, one focused on domestic CHP aggregation, and the second aggregating large DER in LSVPPs (wind farms, industrial cogeneration), integrated with global network management and markets.

Grid for Vehicles

The project of the G4V consortium will generate fast and openly available results: an analytical framework to evaluate the impact of a large scale introduction on the grid infrastructure and a visionary “road map” for the year 2020 and beyond.


2011 - 2015


Grid4EU is led by a group of European DSOs and aims at testing in real size some innovative system concepts and technologies in order to highlight and help to remove some of the barriers to the smart grids deployment (technical, economic, societal, environmental or regulatory). It focuses on how DSOs can dynamically manage electricity supply and demand, which is crucial for integration of large amounts of renewable energy, and empowers consumers to become active participants in their energy choices.

Demonstration of Grid Connected Electricity Systems
(2009 - 2011)

The GROW-DERS project (Grid Reliability and Operability with Distributed Generation using Flexible Storage) investigates the implementation of (transportable) distributed storage systems in the networks.

High Performance Computing Technologies for Smart Distribution Network Operation

The aim of this research project is to develop a new generation of distribution network management systems that exploits novel near to real-time HPC solutions with inherent security and intelligent communications for smart distribution network operation and management. Cost effective scalable HPC solutions will be developed and initially demonstrated for realistic distribution network data traffic and management scenarios via off-line field trials involving several distribution network owners and operators

Intelligent Coordination of Operation and Emergency Control of EU and Russian Power Grids

The development and prototypically implementation of new methods and tools is the major goal of the ICOEUR project. New technologies like Wide Area Monitoring, Control and Protection as well as advanced network controllers (FACTS) and HVDC systems will be considered. The project will investigate smart interconnection between continental Europe and Russian systems.

Integrated ICT-platform based Distributed Control in Electricity Grids

The INTEGRAL project aims to build and demonstrate an industry-quality reference solution for DER aggregation-level control and coordination, based on commonly available ICT components, standards, and platforms


Internet of Energy



The objective of Internet of Energy (IoE) is to develop hardware, software and middleware for seamless, secure connectivity and interoperability achieved by connecting the Internet with the energy grids. The project will evaluate and develop the needed ICT for the efficient implementation in future smart grid structures.

Mobile Energy Resources in Grids of Electricity

Electric power systems are facing a major new challenge: future massive integration in the electric grid of electric plug-in vehicles (EV). The project will address comprehensively the impact of electric plug-in vehicles (EV) presence regarding steady state operation, intermittent RES integration, system stability and dynamic behavior, system restoration, regulatory aspects and market arrangements.

Micro-Request-Based Aggregation, Forecasting and Scheduling of Energy Demand, Supply and Distribution

The project’s main goal is to develop a concept for flex-offers that specify electricity demand and supply which is flexible in time and amount and an infrastructural approach to process lots of these flex-offers issued by small consumers and producers in near real-time.

Open meter
Open Public Extended Network metering

The main objective of the OPEN meter project is to specify a comprehensive set of open and public standards for Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) supporting multi commodities (Electricity, Gas, Water and Heat), based on the agreement of the most relevant stakeholders in the area

Open Node

OpenNode project is focused on the electrical distribution grid operation and explores answers on the three challenges introduced: • Improve the distribution grid monitoring to cope with volatile states in the grid • How to integrate the “smart” substation automation devices to increase the efficiency of the distribution grid • How to interoperate with the different roles e.g. operation of the smart meters, power and grid operation

Model for Pan-European Electricity Meters

The project aims at developing a numerical test platform to analyze and to validate new market designs which may allow integrating massive flexible generation dispersed in several regional power markets

Pan European Grid Advanced Simulation and state Estimation

PEGASE is a four year project dealing with the High and Extra High Voltage transmission and sub-transmission networks in Europe (designated as ETN) and implemented by a Consortium composed of 20 Partners including TSOs, expert companies and leading research centre’s in power system analysis and applied mathematics. Its overall objectives are to define the most appropriate state estimation, optimization and simulation frameworks, their performance and dataflow requirements to achieve an integrated security analysis and control of the ETN.

Research, methodologies and technologies for the effective development of pan-European key Grod Infrastructures

The objective of REALISEGRID is to develop a set of criteria, metrics, methods and tools to assess how the transmission infrastructure should be optimally developed to support the achievement of a reliable, competitive and sustainable electricity supply in the European Union (EU

PLANning for SUStainability


The overall impact from SUSPLAN is contribution to a substantially increased share of renewable energy sources (RES) in Europe at an acceptable level of cost, thereby increasing security of supply and competitiveness of RES industry. The main objective is to develop guidelines for more efficient integration of RES into future infrastructures as a support for decision makers at regional as well as Pan-European level. The guidelines shall consist of strategies, recommendations, criteria and benchmarks for political, infrastructure and network decision makers and power distributors with a time perspective 2030-2050.

Transmission system operation with large penetration of Wind and other renewable Electricity sources in Networks by means of innovative Tools and Integrated Energy Solutions

TWENTIES Project aims to demonstrate through real-life, large-scale demonstrations, the benefits and impact of several critical types of technology required to improve the European transmission network, thus giving Europe the ability to increase the share of renewables in its energy mix by 2020 and beyond, while keeping its present reliability.

Smart Meter als Basis für Smart Grids

The project Web2Energy is directed to implement and approve all three pillars of “Smart Distribution”. Smart Metering – the consumer participates in the energy market Smart Energy Management – Clustering of small power producers. Smart Distribution Automation – higher reliability of supply.

Vir: European Commission (2011): Smart Grid projects in Europe: Lessons learned and current developments, Joint Research Centre, Institute for Energy

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Kompetenčni centri (2011 – 2014) 

so opredeljeni kot razvojno-raziskovalni centri, ki jih vodijo industrijski partnerji, povezujejo pa partnerje iz gospodarstva in javnega raziskovalnega sektorja, ter so usmerjeni v krepitev sposobnosti razvoja in uporabe novih tehnologij za razvoj novih konkurenčnih proizvodov, storitev in procesov na prednostnih področjih tehnološkega razvoja v Sloveniji. 

  • KC TIGR Kompetenčni center trajnostno in inovativno gradbeništvo |N/A| 
  • KC BRIN Kompetenčni center za biotehnološki razvoj in inovacije |N/A|

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Razvojni centri slovenskega gospodarstva (2011 -2014)

Namen razvojnih centrov slovenskega gospodarstva je dolgoročen razvoj in podpora projektom, ki vključujejo razvojno delo, potrebno opremo in ostalo infrastrukturo, ki omogoča razvoj podjetij, njihovih kompetenc in dolgoročnih temeljev za rast in razvoj gospodarstva v Sloveniji.

  • RC za nove materiale, pogone navtične in SAS tehnologije |N/A|
  • RC za modularne in adaptivne signalno procesne oddajniške sisteme |N/A|
  • RC interdisciplinarnih tehnologij in izdelkov na področju lesarstva |N/A|
  • RC za nove materiale Jesenice |N/A|
  • RC za informacijske in komunikacijske tehnologije |N/A|
  • RC avtomobilske industrije Si.Eva |N/A|
  • RC Farmacevtsko gospodarsko središče Slovenije-Farma GRS |N/A|
  • RC za elektroindustrijo in elektroniko |N/A|
  • ZEL-EN RC obnovljive in trajnostne energetike |N/A|
  • SIMIT sodobni materiali in inovativne tehnologije |N/A
  • RC Novi Materiali |N/A|
  • RC Koroškega gospodarstva |N/A|
  • RC informacijsko - komunikacijskih tehnologij Savinja, Žalec |N/A|
  • RC za inovativne medicinske sisteme in metode zdravljenja |N/A|
  • RC 31 - Center kreativne pohištvene industrije|N/A|

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Centri odličnosti (2009 - 2013)

povezujejo vrhunske raziskovalne skupine iz akademske sfere in gospodarstva, ki so na ožjih, specializiranih področjih sposobne preboja v evropskem in svetovnem merilu in skupaj s prodornimi slovenskimi podjetji lahko zagotovijo vodilno mesto naše države v tehnološko-razvojnih nišah. | več… http://www.centriodl.si/

Centri odličnosti (2004 - 2008)

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Tehnološke platforme 2005 -

naj bi združile vse ključne igralce na določenem tehnološkem področju, dale predloge za boljšo raziskovalno politiko in bolj učinkovito izvajale nadnacionalne raziskovalne projekte.

  • SIHFC - Slovenska tehnološka platforma za gorivne celice |www.sihfc.si|
  • SGTP - Slovenska gradbena tehnološka platforma |www.sgtp.si|
  • NaMat - Tehnološka platforma Napredni materiali |www.namat.si|
  • ERTRAC - Slovenska tehnološka platforma za ceste, vozila promet |www.ertrac.si|
  • SLTP - Slovenska lesna tehnološka platforma |www.sltp.si|


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Tehnološki centri 2005 -

so skupna razvojno raziskovalna enota, večih gospodarskih družb, ki s svojim delovanjem zagotavlja racionalno izrabo razvojno raziskovalne infrastrukture, spodbuja trajnejše povezovanje razvojno raziskovalne sfere in gospodarstva ter gospodarskih organizacij med seboj. Omogočajo lažji dostop MSP (malim in srednjim podjetjem) do kvalitetnega znanja, najnovejših tehnologij in raziskovalnih rezultatov.

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Vsi spletni linki so dostopani 23.09.2011. 

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