A lot has happened since our project kickoff in the end of 2019: We had big plans for international exchanges and travel between the partners’ home countries. We were looking forward to getting first-hand knowledge about TUD’s Smart Grid Technology Lab in Germany, as well as DTU’s SYSLAB in Denmark. And we were drafting outlines for face-to-face co-creation workshops with stakeholders.Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic forced a hold on these activities and the consortium had to postpone a large share of tasks, restructure and adapt their plans to the new situation.
Now we can proudly announce that we have caught up and finished not just one but four project deliverables at once:
- D3.1 Requirements and expected benefits of flexibility markets
- D3.2 HONOR system architecture
- D4.1 Specification of flexibility needs and services
- D6.1 Conceptual model of data streams, detection and verification requirements
You can find a brief abstract of the documents as well as the respective downloads under Publications > Deliverables.
These deliverables form the first milestone in the HONOR project and set the foundation for the development of a holistic view at flexibility markets which will be defined in our future work.