Industrial & PhD Summer School in Energy Informatics 2022  22-24 August 2022, in Vejle, Denmark 

Day one - Speeches, presentations, and discussion

By Digital Energy Hub, KMD, Remoni, Climify, Innovation Center Denmark (Silicon Valley)

Physical location: Meeting room Solcellen & Ladestationen, Green Tech House, Dandy business park (Address: Lysholt Allé 6, 7100 Vejle, Denmark)

Short introduction

The digital transformation of energy systems not only brings opportunities but also challenges. The opportunities and challenges are different for different stakeholders, e.g., large, small, utilities and technology providers. Day 1 program will bring you through the journey with the latest information via various presentations.


  • Opening

  • Keynote speeches

  • Round table discussion

Day 2- IoT and energy management systems

By SDU Center for Energy Informatics

Physical location: Meeting room Solcellen & Ladestationen, Green Tech House, Dandy business park (Address: Lysholt Allé 6, 7100 Vejle, Denmark)

Short introduction

IoT applications are essential for realizing Industry 4.0. IoT applications not only ensure high-quality data collection, but also ensure high-resolution monitoring, optimization and control. The IoT applications become more complex in energy sectors, due to, e.g., the increasing number of installed IoT devices and the size of the IoT networks. Therefore, how efficiently establishing and managing large-scale IoT networks becomes a challenge.

The Day 2 program will introduce the OPC UA* (Open Platform Communications Unified Architecture) and an automated configuration tool developed in the CELSIUS project (funded by EUDP) that allows automatic paring of IoT devices and large-scale IoT network deployment.

* OPC UA is an extensible, platform-independent standard that enables the secure exchange of information in industrial systems.


  1. Tutorial of OPC UA in the Industry 4.0 and IoT applications and exercises of how to access data through OPC UA servers

  2. Tutorial of deployment of large-scale IoT networks using automated configuration tools (based on the CELSIUS project)

Day 3- Data cloud and energy data management

By AAU-Daisy, Center Denmark, FlexShape

Physical location: Meeting room AH6, Advice House, Dandy business park (Address: Lysholt Allé 10, 7100 Vejle, Denmark)

Short introduction

It is no doubt about the importance of big data in the digital transformation of energy systems, especially for data-driven production development. However, data-driven production development usually requires multiple types of data from various data sources and sometimes across sectors. Therefore, data management and access become a challenge.

The Day 3 program will use an energy data lake* developed in the Flexible Energy Denmark project (funded by Innovation Fund) as an example to introduce the functions that can be performed on the top of a data lake, e.g., Apache Zeppelin**.

In the afternoon program, the company, FlexShape, will introduce and demonstrate a data driven tool and a service platform that allows to model, control and aggregate smart devices for realizing energy flexibility for different stakeholders.

*A data lake is a centralized repository designed to store, process, and secure large amounts of structured, semi-structured, and unstructured data.

**Apache Zeppelin is a new and incubating multi-purposed web-based notebook which brings data ingestion, data exploration, visualization, sharing and collaboration features to Hadoop and Spark.


  1. Tutorial of data lake use and exercises with anonymized data (based on the data lake developed in the Flexible Energy Denmark project)

  2. Tutorial of modelling, aggregation, and control of flexible energy systems and exercises with digital twins instead of real devices (based on the tool FlexOffers)

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