Final Project Report of Cloudgrid
Report, 2019

The CloudGrid project is done in cooperation between NTNU, IPE, ZHAW, Chalmers and STRI/ABB. The work is split in six work packages where ABB/STRI, ZHAW, Chalmers and NTNU were package leaders. Besides the authors of this report, the following persons contributed to the project: I. Zikmanis (IPE), M. Calder (ABB), M. Javdani (ABB), A. Babak (Chalmers), A. Bahmani (Chalmers), P. Chen (Chalmers), C. Agathokleopus (Chalmers), O. Lennerhag (STRI/ABB), G. Pinares (STRI/ABB), A. Perez (STRI/ABB) and S. Sanchez (NTNU). The cooperation between the parties is established on many levels. Laboratory facilities and field measurements were shared to a certain extent and data sharing through a cloud was accomplished. This has a high significance for future smart grids where data exchange is essential for stable operation as well as short term and long-term planning. The scope of work covers of the work packages covers a broad range of topics, including stability of current and future power grids, ancillary services, energy management as well as multiterminal HVDC links and high power converter design and control.


E. Hillberg



Jimmy Ehnberg

Chalmers, Electrical Engineering, Electric Power Engineering

Elisabetta Tedeschi

Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)

R. Segundo

Zurich University of Applied Sciences

A. Mutule

Institute of Physical Energetics (IPE)

Tarik Abdulahovic


Transnational CLOUD for Interconnection of Demonstration Facilities for Smart GRID Lab Research & Development

Swedish Energy Agency (2015-004518), 2016-03-01 -- 2019-03-31.

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Sustainable development

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Other Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Information Engineering

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