Tigon attends EUSEW in Brussels

We're at the European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) to help delegates understand how microgrids can be enhanced in terms of reliability, resilience, performance and cost-effectiveness.

If you’re there, come and see us on stand C5 on the second floor of the Charlemagne building. Alongside us will be other projects pushing ahead with the energy transition – including SSTAR and eFORT.

So come over and learn more with us. Here’s a quick overview on the three projects:


The TIGON project designs a hybrid AC-DC microgrid system, one that is decentralised and close to valuable sources of renewable energy. The project’s solutions are being developed at two demos sites (with a focus on photovoltaics in France, on batteries in Spain) and applied to two use cases to increase replication potential (a DC district in Finland, a metro line in Bulgaria).


The SSTAR project is about innovative HV solid-state transformers for maximising renewable energy penetration in energy distribution and transmission systems. It harnesses solid-state transformer technology and extends its functionalities to higher frequences with greatly improved applications within the energy power sector.


eFORT seeks to make power grids more resilient and reliable against failures, cyberattacks, physical disturbances and data privacy issues. It will increase power system stability by developing technologies for preventing and mitigating risks and vulnerabilities. The project’s holistic approach covers the whole grid value chain and is being demonstrated at four pilot sites.

More info about EUSEW 2024.


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