What is INTERRFACE Open Call?
Project INTERRFACE, co-funded from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824330, foresees as an eligible activity the provision of financial support to third parties, as a means to incorporate developers of innovative services in order to achieve its own objectives.
INTERRFACE Open Call is looking for up to 7 Third Parties to develop and/or extend different infrastructures and state-or-the-art technologies of INTERRFACE architecture and data management services to be implemented and validated by INTERRFACE’s pilots.
Read the application guidelines and prepare your proposal submission. The Open Call Submission will remain open until Wednesday, June 30, 2021 at 17:00h CET (Brussels time)
Open Call for Proposals
Participants are asked to address one of the six different use cases which are covering the major domains in which the INTERRFACE project members operate. The proposed functionalities promote and enable flexibility of end-users. More specifically, they aim to increase flexibility awareness and flexibility needs along the grids, attracting more flexibility players into the marketplaces.
The 6 Business Use Cases that applicants are requested to address are the following:
- Utilization of Existing ENTSO-E Transparency Platform Data
- Development of an application that will serve as a Data Provider for IEGSA
- Aggregators and Local Energy Communities Intelligence services for congestion management
- An advanced tech base to manage/operate a local energy community
- Flexibility Service Providers, including aggregators with demand response and distributed energy resources as a grid service providers
- Development of an open-access generic forecasting methodology for the determination congestion management requirements in power systems.
Funding of up to 60.000 Euros and direct support from our experts will be given to selected ideas.
Financial support will be provided to public or private bodies, research organisations, non-profit organisations, small and medium enterprises, international organisations of EU interest, established in an EU Member State or in an Associated Country (as stated in Article 7 of the Horizon 2020 Regulation) , to any legal entity possessing a validated Participant Identification Code (PIC). However, the entity can submit the proposal with the provisional PIC.
Business Use Cases
The specific requirements of each Business Use Case are defined here.
Please read carefully INTERRFACE pilots’ needs and select the BUC under which you will apply your proposal.
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