On September 17th, 2019, the Workshop on Dependable Solution for Intelligent Electricity Distribution Grid (DSOGRI2019), supported by the Net2DG Project, took place in Naples, Italy, co-located with the European Dependable Computing Conference (EDCC 2019). 


Papers addressed several topics, from the impact of measurement errors on the evaluation of electricity distribution grids to the modelling of smart grid applications and solutions for cyber security design and assessment. A panel session concluded the Workshop with further discussion with experts on communication networks, cyber-security and data quality providing interesting insights for researchers and for Net2DG project. The Workshop proceedings are published by IEEE CPS as special Chapter in the main EDCC conference proceedings, from page 153 to page 18. 

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The Net2DG project team prepared the poster “Leveraging Networked Data for the Digital Electricity Grid“ for the Smart Energy Systems Week 2018 (http://www.seswa.at/en/index.html) in Vienna. 


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Net2DG showcases future-proof connectivity of PV 


Net2DG recently managed to successfully integrate a 10-year-old PV system, located in the field test region of Stadtwerke Landau, into the communications architecture of the project. This was achieved very efficiently by retrofitting the plant’s Fronius IG Plus inverter with an off-the-shelf Fronius Datamanager 2.0 plug-in option card. The plant operator’s local network is in use for establishing Internet connection to the monitoring platform Fronius Solar.web (www.solarweb.com). On the side of the platform, we use an API to connect to the ICT Gateway of Net2DG. Thus, electrical data from the inverter representing the state of the local grid can easily be leveraged for Net2DG use cases. This showcases how future-proof PV systems can be in terms of connectivity.