The main objective of I-NERGY project is to deliver an energy-specific open modular framework for supporting AI-on-demand in the energy sector.
I-NERGY aims at evolving, scaling up and demonstrating an innovative energy-tailored AI-as-a-Service (AIaaS) Toolbox, which will significantly contribute to achieve a techno-economic optimal management of the EPES (Electric Power & Energy Services) value chain, especially for SMEs and non-tech industries, while leveraging on and complementing the AI resources and tools made available by the AI4EU platform.
- Reinforce the service layer of the AI-on-demand-platform.
- Research and Innovation on AI contributing and extending the AI4EU platform service.
- Reaching out to new user domains and boosting the use of the platform through use cases and small-scale experiments.
- To validate the I-NERGY by developing edge-level Ai-based descriptive, predictive and prescriptive analytics, along a number of piloted applications.
- Investigate the current state of AI4EU resources and identify assets/services that can be reused within the context of the project.
- Share research and technical activities outcomes and publish various AI resources in the energy sector into the AI4EU repository.
- Deploy, demonstrate and validate from technical and business perspective, the AI-driven framework along 9 real life pilots and 15 use cases.
- An open modular framework for supporting AI-on-demand in the energy sector by capitalising on state-of-the-art AI.
- Financing support through Open Calls to third parties SMEs for new energy use cases and technology building blocks validation, as well as for developing new AI-based energy services, while fully aligning to AI4EU service requirements and strengthening the SME competitiveness on Ai for energy.
Overall Budget: 5.585.744,50 €
Duration: 01/01/2021 – 31/12/2023
Division of Industrial and Digital Systems
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