About the project

The SMILE project will demonstrate smart energy technologies on three different islands.

The pilot Islands

The pilot islands share topographic characteristics but have different policies, challenges, regulations and energy markets.

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Partners

The SMILE project is a collaboration of nineteen partners from various European countries and includes companies, research institutions, regional government and cluster organisations.

The Smart Islands Energy System (SMILE) project is a collaboration of nineteen partners from various European countries and is funded by the European Union’s ‘Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme’. The project will demonstrate nine different smart grid technologies on three different islands.The end goal of the project is to foster the market introduction of these nine technologies.

 

 

News & Events

SMILE partner CERTH disseminates knowledge at ECOS 2018

In June Smile partner CERTH has attended to 31st International Conference on Efficiency, Cost, Optimization, Simulation and Environmental Impact of Energy Systems in Guimaraes. ECOS was focused on the fundamentals of thermodynamics, economics and environment analysis...

Spreading the SMILE word

The Smile project was presented by the Communication and Dissemination taks leader to students of the European Master ‘Sustainable Energy Systems Management’ and European Master in ‘Renewable Energies’. In the events, Fernando Atuesta Salazar made a brief explanation...

About the project

The Smart Islands Energy System project (SMILE) will demonstrate nine different smart energy technologies on three different islands. The end goal of the project is to foster the market introduction of these nine technologies.

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The pilot Islands

The Smart Islands Energy Systems (SMILE) project will implement three large-scale pilot projects in different regions of Europe with similar topographic characteristics but different policies, challenges, regulations and energy markets. This enables the project to develop and optimize new innovations in different environments, thereby allowing optimal testing and flatten the path towards wide market introduction.

Samsø (Denmark)

Madeira (Portugal)

Orkney Islands (UK)

Our partners

The SMILE project is a collaboration of nineteen partners from various European countries and includes companies, research institutions, regional governments and cluster organisations.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 731249.

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