Denmark Technical University

Role in the project: DTU leads the workpackage for EV Inegration scenarios, elaborates requirements for standardisation and interoperability, collaborates in the development of user centric business models. Finally, DTU leads the Demo in Copenhagen.

The research at Center for Electric Power and Energy, as part of the Technical University of Denmark Electro, addresses the development of a reliable, cost-efficient, and sustainable energy system based on renewable energy. Their research is focused on understanding electric vehicle user behaviour, new methods and models enabling better understanding of storage and EVs in the energy system as well as developing new solutions enabling an efficient integration.

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