Partners and Participants

Technical University of Denmark (DTU) - Department of Electrical Engineering

The Technical University of Denmark (Danmarks Tekniske Universitet in Danish) is a university located in Zealand, nearby Copenhagen. It was founded in 1829 at the initiative of Hans Christian Ørsted as Denmark's first polytechnic, and is today ranked among Europe's leading engineering institutions. DTU brings its know-how to the project as a basis for research and development as well as management and dissemination of the overall project activities. It addresses the different project goals bridging together expertise on electrical, control and computer science engineering. Simulation models and experimental tools are used in order to derive consistent and reproducible results.

Participants: Mattia Marinelli; Thomas Meier Sørensen; Chresten Træholt; Peter Bach Andersen; Antonio Zecchino; Andreas Thingvad; Lisa Calearo.


Nissan is the sixth largest automaker in the world, and has a strong knowledge and experience with EVs. The Nissan Leaf is an all-electric car that was launched in 2010 and now is available in 46 countries. The Nissan Leaf is the world's all-time best selling highway-capable all-electric car, with global sales of over 180,000 units since December 2010. Nissan brings its knowledge and experience resulting from development and sales of in-field EVs.

Participants: Kenta Suzuki; Keigo Ikezoe; Kenji Hosaka; Hisakazu Narukami

Bornholm Energi & Forsyning (BEOF)

Bornholm Energi & Forsyning is the local utility company located in Rønne and supplies and manages both electric and thermal system in Bornholm. BEOF provides information on grid services and data on the island and perspective to future 100% carbon free scenarios. BEOF acts also as link between customers involved in the field test and EV data metering.

Participants: Hans Henrik Ipsen.


NUVVE is a startup company that has strong experience with V2G technology, EV aggregation software, grid services and the economic provision of services towards power system and market. It brings its existing technology to the project as the baseline communication system and the aggregation of information to enable the vehicle to answer to the specific needs developed during the project.

Participants: Bjoern Christensen; Martin Messer Thomsen; Brice Bourreau