Research Topics

SIRFN Working Structure

SIRFN Research & Technical Topics

Technical Task of SIRFN:

SIRFN maintains a flexible portfolio based on its participants’ interests. It is currently focused on collaborative work in four key areas: test protocols for advanced interoperability functions of distributed energy resources (DER), smart grid modeling and simulation, advanced laboratory testing methods, and power systems testing.
SIRFN participants will consider additional topics as opportunities arise.

 

Related Research

 

The Database of DER and Smart Grid Research Infrastructure contains systematic information on research infrastructure and related assets, testing capabilities and services of research institutes and organisations worldwide focusing on Distributed Energy Resources (DER) and Smart Grids.  

ISGAN Annexes:
Annex 1: Smart Grid Inventory
Annex 2: SG Case Studies
Annex 3: Benefit – Cost Analyses
Annex 4: Synthesis of Insights
Annex 5: SIRFN
Annex 6: Power T&D Systems
Annex 7: Smart Grid Transitions
 

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The Database of DER and Smart Grid Research Infrastructure contains systematic information on research infrastructure and related assets, testing capabilities and services of research institutes and organisations worldwide focusing on Distributed Energy Resources (DER) and Smart Grids.  

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The STARGRID Smart Grid Standardisation Information Tool provides information on Smart Grid standards and related documents, such as standards and specifications, both published and in the draft status, as well as roadmaps and guidelines.
 

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The Generator to Grid Database is the access point to European grid connection requirements for Distributed Energy Resources (DER). You can find public documents available for download and links to purchasable documents.  

ERIGRID

The EU-funded project
ERIGrid (European Research Infrastructure supporting Smart Grid Systems Technology Development, Validation and Roll Out) aims to develop an integrated research infrastructure for smart grid systems.

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