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The technical committee (EVS/TK 58) “Smart Grid“ of the Estonian Centre for Standardisation was established in 2015 and, within that scope, a compilation of a new original Estonian standard was undertaken immediately. The standard EVS 929:2016 “Smart Grid. Terminology” took effect when it was published in the October issue of the Estonian Centre for Standardisation […]

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On July 6 the Smart Grid Advisory Board or in other words Estfeed`s round table was held for the very first time, attended by Elering AS, Utilitas AS, Eesti Energia AS, Elektrilevi OÜ, VKG Soojus AS, Eesti Gaas AS, Ericsson Eesti AS, Cybernetica AS, Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications and Estonian Competition Authority. In three hours time current […]

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Estfeed revealed an article in Europe-wide cooperation network “Gridinnovation”. Read the article.

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European Utility Week, the conference for smart energy leaders and the meeting place for global innovators, is taking place from November 4-6 in Amsterdam. The Estfeed team is represented at the conference by Kristo Klesment from Elering and representatives of Ericsson and Elektrilevi. To read more, check out the conference web page: european-utility-week.com

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One June 3rd, 2014, Elering in collaboration with the Tallinn University of Technology organised a Mini Conference on Smart Grids. The conference agenda: Conference presentations: Oliver Pearce – New forms of flexibility in markets Urska Skrt – Cybergrid. How to operate a virtual power plant

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Elering, Elektrilevi, VKG Soojus, Estonian Renewable Energy Association and Ericsson Eesti are developing the Estfeed smart energy network data portal, the objective of which is to offer to the market partners options for increasing efficiency of energy use.  Through the Estfeed data exchange portal, network operators, producers and consumers can communicate more smoothly with each […]

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Partners

Estfeed is a project that is funded by the Norwegian support programme. It involves partners from the field of energy infrastructure as well as producers and consumers.