Resilient project

The RESILIENT project aims to design, develop, install and assess the energy and environmental benefits of a new integrated concept of interconnectivity between buildings, DER, grids and other networks at a district level. The RESILIENT approach will combine different innovative technologies including smart ICT components, optimized energy generation and storage technologies, also for RES, integrated to provide real time accounts of energy demand and supply at a district level and assist in decision-making process.


ICT-Based Framework for District Energy Management


The project runs from 2012 to 2016.

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RESILIENT’s ICT framework video now available!

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Funding to install new biomass boilers

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IEEE CSS Video Clip Contest 2014 Submission

The Savona Campus test-bed facilities for the optimal planning and control of smart grids and sustaina ...

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