Two iFLEX papers accepted in IEEE SmartGridComm’22

iFLEX partners AUEBAUEB Athens University of Economics and Business – the Services, Technologies and Economics Group have produced two papers covering the analysis of the incentive mechanisms in the Slovenian and Greek pilots.

The papers have been accepted in the IEEE International Conference on Communications, Control, and Computing Technologies for Smart Grids, which takes place in Singapore on 25–28 October 2022.

The papers are: “An Optimization Framework for Effective Flexibility Management for Prosumers” (focus on Slovenian pilot) and “Flexibility Management for Residential Users Under Participation Uncertainty” (Greek pilot).

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Two iFLEX papers accepted in IEEE SmartGridComm’22

The papers cover the analysis of the incentive mechanisms in the Slovenian and Greek pilots and have been produced by Athens University of Economics and Business – the Services, Technologies and Economics Group.

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