cyberGRID GmbH & Co. KG
Weimarer Straße 119/1
cyberGRID is a specialist in the development of innovative Virtual Power Plant (VPP) solutions, based in Vienna, Austria. Founded in 2010, cyberGRID provides consulting and support services for the implementation of VPPs and business models for renowned European research projects in the field of new energies, such as evolvDSO, hybrid-VPP4DSO, Flexiciency, FutureFlow, and InteGrid.
cyberGRID is one of the Europe’s leading demand side management solution providers. Our in-house brand solution is a modular and scalable system, boosting the efficient use of existing generator resources and the integration of renewable energy resources. Pooling flexible resources into “Virtual Power Plants” and matching them with market demand, the smart algorithms integrated in cyberGRID’s solution allow customers to maximize asset utilization and share in the economic benefits by offering flexibility to energy markets.
cyberGRID is involved throughout the entire duration of the project, with particular engagement in the work packages focused on preparing and monitoring demonstration activities, as well as ensuring the business models’ self-sustainability. Our team will be working on improving the grid user active participation prototypes, and on setting up and integrating the necessary tools and hardware based on a smart architecture. In the Portuguese demo, cyberGRID will customize, deploy tests, and validate a Flexibility Aggregation System comprising national water company distributed resources like pumps and bio gas plants. In cooperation with INESC, the Flexibility Aggregation System will be upgraded with advanced forecasting algorithms. In the Slovenian demo, cyberGRID will develop new MicroGrid functionalities for its Flexibility Aggregation System and deploy, test and validate it at Elektro Ljubljana DSO field test. This demonstration will comprise an optimization of RES, EV and storage with intelligent interaction to other systems to support wide scale adoption of prosumers and local communities’ self-sustainability.