THE INTERFLEX PROJECT
InterFlex investigated the use of local flexibilities to relieve distribution grid constraints.
The project explored new solutions to foster the development of distributed energy resources and to prepare the electric system for new uses, including e-mobility.
InterFlex was co-funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. The project was completed in December 2019.
20 industrial partners (utilities, manufacturers and research centers) from 6 different European countries were engaged within this 23 M€ project in order to deploy smart grid technologies at an industrial scale, in the context of high renewable energy penetration.
With Enedis as the global coordinator and ČEZ Distribuce as the technical director, InterFlex relied on a set of innovative use cases.
6 industry-scale demonstrators were set up in the participating European countries.
20 project partners
from 6 European countries working together
6 real-scale demonstrators
in 5 different European countries