Live-in Smartgrid

DESCRIPTION

The Live-in Smartgrid testbed constitutes an accelerator for smart-grid solutions by offering tests with end-users, quality data and collaboration between stakeholders. It started with a megawatt-sized installation of end-user flexibility in villas and has been extended with numerous pilot projects including car charging, cotton batteries in schools, reality tests of every kind of solar cells etc. Furthermore, hundreds of students from Uppsala University are annually engaged in energy-related projects.

The county of Uppland already suffers from capacity problems and Uppsala main city, being the global winner of WWF’s 2018 One Planet City Challenge, works hard to find and use all the new solutions we need in the future energy system.

Live-in Smartgrid seeks every opportunity to get real-life tests onsite in close contact with real users.

AREAS OF SPECIAL COMPETENCE

We specialize in close real-life connection to private and commercial end-users, giving us a one-of-a-kind possibility to reshape the energy system. Solving grid capacity is big, smart bigdata IoT based end-user flexibility is even bigger.

WHAT CAN BE TESTED

Live-in Smartgrid has close connection to academia, private and public sector. We combine that with a well developed IoT data management solution. We can test any physical. We then utilize both students and PHD research to verify the data from the tests.

AVAILABLE INFRASTRUCTURE

We can do any test through collaboration with municipal companies, engaged private sector, the regional network "The Uppsala Climate Protocol". Furthermore, we have meters, IoT infrastructure and legally signed end-users which share data.

HOW TO GET STARTED WITH US

Just email info@live-in.se or look at http://live-in.se.

PRICING MODEL

We individually discuss pricing on a per case basis.
We can provide test-as-a-service and also refined data exports.
Depending on the amount and level of privacy related data we need to sign GDPR contracts.

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Uppsala county with the university city of Uppsala which is the 4th largest city in Sweden.


Responsible organisation(s): Sustainable Innovation, Sweden

Magdalena Boork
Joachim Lindborg

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The Joint Programming Platfrom Smart Energy Systems receives funding from the European Union´s Horizont 2020 research and innovation program under the grant agreements no. 646039, 775970 and 883973 .
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