In the Smart Grid university course at Sapienza, University of Rome, a lecture was devoted to existing innovations in the field of electricity distribution, focusing on some tools developed in the European Projects tested in the ASM Terni Pilot. The event was entitled ‘R&D EU Programme for Smart Grids: ASM Terni experience’.

The university seminar was held on 19/05/2023 by Marco Antonio Bucarelli, a representative of ASM Terni’s Research and Development Unit, in front of an audience of 20 master’s students from Sapienza University’s Faculty of Energy Engineering.

It was an opportunity to point out which technologies are being tested in European projects in the area of the Smart Grid and how the grid could evolve shortly, as well as to present the motivations, objectives and results obtained in various European projects, including IoT-NGIN.