Europe is moving towards more sustainable, decentralised and digital energy grids.

Cities face the task of coordinating the local transition of renewable energy generation and storage while maintaining grid stability.

The ACCESS project aims to deliver a 25% reduction in CO2 emissions, a 20% reduction in costs and cut smart grid project development time by 30%.


Latest Project News

ACCESS partner meeting on the needs for and potential of climate action

15 June 2021

One of the sessions in April’s virtual Partner Meeting focused on a tool – developed by – that allows to determine and vis…

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Procuring for a renewable energy future

06 May 2021

ACCESS partner  carried out a procurement exercise at the end of last year. WSC's Peter Chisnall writes about the process…

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ACCESS: Exploring the unknown in a known context

12 April 2021

The goal is clear: the European Union shall be climate-neutral by 2050. However, how to attain an economy with net-zero greenhouse gas emissions is…

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Malmö and IfM demonstrate solid links towards renewable energy firsts

31 March 2021

The City of Malmö aims to become a predecessor in Sweden and Europe regarding greenhouse gas emissions by setting a goal of being entirely powered …

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Access participates in a seminar on Energy Communities in Copenhagen

04 November 2020

In October, ACCESS researchers from Aarhus University attended a seminar on energy communities in Copenhagen. The seminar was organized by Sun i…

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