The Flexible Heat and Power project, FHP, is an EU-funded project will develop a Power-to-Heat and Cooling solution package through an easily accessible interface aimed at buildings and power grid actors. The purpose is to bridge the gap between thermal processes using electricity, such as heat pumps or cooling devices in supermarkets, and the overall power grid. FHP has the potential to provide increased thermal flexibility and to contribute to an increased share of renewables in the European power grids. NODA is one of the primary technology provides in the project, and FHP will be implemented within the NODA Smart Heat Grid ICT-platform.
FHP will develop operational strategies based on power-to-heat solutions. Electric flexibility provided by DER (Distributed Energy Resources) will combined with thermal inertia –
Noda Intelligent System’s primary role in the project is to implement smart algorithms and platform functionality for a control system that automates the optimisation bridge between thermal processes and the power grid. The FHP infrastructure will be built on the existing NODA platform, Smart Heat Grid.
The FHP project aims the following results and impact:
This article was rewritten and originally published on the website of FHP, read more here.
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