First Platone Advisory and Dissemination Board Meeting
05.11.2020 | Platone has established a promising advisory and dissemination board (ADB). On November 5th, 2020 the first Platone advisory and dissemination board meeting took place.
Platone trial site set in Northern Germany
30.07.2020 | The German Demo takes place in the small village Abbenhausen, where an energy community will be established, producing, storing and sharing energy locally.
First stakeholder engagement virtual workshop of the Italian Demo
25.06.2020 | On 18th and 25th of June 2020, the Italian Demo partners held the first stakeholder-engagement virtual workshop with the title “Optimized grid management and flexibility market: the prosumer’s role”.
Platone leads new BRIDGE Action on Harmonised Electricity Market Role Model
01.05.2020 | The cooperation group of Smart Grid, Energy Storage,
Islands and Digitalisation H2020 projects BRIDGE initiates new activities to foster the harmonisation of the European energy sector.
Consortium shares project progress at first General Assembly
21.01.2020 | At our first General Assembly the Platone consortium discussed the work progress of the first six months, upcoming activities and officially launched the Italian demonstration with a media conference.
Co-creation process on user-oriented design kicks off
05.11.2019 | With our internal workshop on capacity building with representatives of all project partners we prepared the start of our series of co-creation events for a user and target group-oriented design process.
Project kick-off for Platone consortium in Brussels
01.10.2019 | In October, our new European project on energy flexibility "Platone - Platform for operation of distribution networks" started. With the kick-off meeting in Brussels we paved the ground for our four-year working process.
Managing the Electricity System with Blockchain
01.09.2019 | In the European project Platone, an international consortium of energy and IT experts jointly develops first-of-a-kind solutions to make flexible power generation and consumption a tradable good. Unlocking these flexibilities allows integrating more renewable energies while maintaining grid stability.