16th international conference on the European energy market
Wednesday, 18.9 @ 14:00


The FutureFlow (Designing eTrading Solutions for Electricity Balancing and Redispatching in Europe) project is expanding its scope of operation of so-called secondary frequency control from generation to consumption. Within the project, the three level IT architecture has been developed connecting the Flexibility aggregation platform with the Regional cross-border balancing platform and TSOs environment. The complete IT architecture enables real-time field pilot tests with DR&DGs in Austria, Slovenia, Hungary and Romania. Over 100 DR&DG units with overall reserve power exceeding 50 MW were tested their capability of providing the most complex balancing services, first within the local TSO environment and afterwards in the cross-border real-time tests. As a development project, FutureFlow did not remain on the level of scientific contributions, because industry offers their services in the real economy and will be able to apply developed prototype platforms after the project’s conclusion.

Location: P2-C0

In accordance with European Commission (EC) and its document “Guidelines to the Rules on Open Access to Scientific Publications and Open Access to Research Data in Horizon 2020″ we would like to inform you that interested audience can attend this session free of charge!

Visitors who are not already registered for the conference as participants, please register here.


Mr Boštjan Korošec holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and a master’s degree in business science from the University of Maribor. He is employed as Director of the Energy Management Dpt. in TALUM d.d. Kidričevo. His work covers the management of all energy in the company: purchasing, production, distribution, measurement, accounting and billing, maintenance and development of energy infrastructure, energy and environmental legislation and an active role in different R&D projects.

Mr. Darko Kramar

Mr Darko Kramar is an expert in electrical engineering with a focus on electric power systems operation and electricity markets. His main areas of responsibility are operational security, inter-TSO cooperation and balancing issues.

He is representing ELES in ENTSO-E System Operation Committee and Regional Group Continental Europe. Besides his responsibility for the Implementation of the Network Codes, he is fully engaged in various projects of strategic importance for ELES, among others he is a co-coordinator of the H2020 project FutureFlow.

Mr Rok Lacko holds a PhD in the design and testing of hybrid energy systems based on renewable energy and hydrogen technologies. Currently he is working as Head of Energy Services Development in GEN-I. His work covers demand response business development. His complementary responsibilities are the implementation of Virtual Power Plant infrastructure and research management.

Mr Peter Nemček, Master of Science in Electrical Engineering, is an expert in electric flexibility aggregation and co-founder of cyberGRID. From 2008, he initiated and participated in several EU funded smart grid projects, like eBADGE, Flexiciency, FutureFlow, InteGrid, CrossBow, etc. He is member of professional societies like SmartEn, ESMIG, ETIP SNET and BRIDGE. In cyberGRID, as Managing Director of R&D department, has a role to design, guide and supervise the development of the full range of Flexibility Aggregation Platform technologies.

Mr Andrej Souvent has been with Elektroinstitut Milan Vidmar (EIMV) since 2007. He is head of the Electric Power System Control and Operation department. Andrej has over 20 years of experience in OT and IT, primarily in the area of electric power system applications. He holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of Ljubljana. His research is focused on smart grids technologies and solutions, especially on related operational technologies and systems integration. He is a member of IEEE, CIGRE and IEC.