TRINITY project started the year celebrating the 2nd Plenary Meeting in Belgrade (the first one after the kick-off meeting), where the consortium started to discuss the basis of the project and visited the installations of SCC, SEEPEX, EMS, and EKC.
At the end of March, the lockdowns provoked by the COVID-19 crisis did not block TRINITY to submit the deliverables analysing the regulatory conditions of South-Eastern Europe TRINITY countries and the infrastructures of the end-users.
The consortium had to adapt to the new situation, avoiding physical meetings and increasing the number of virtual ones in order to define the Use Cases, the Key Performance Indicator (KPIs), the requirements, and the Smart Grids Architecture Model (SGAM) of the project. These tasks were successfully completed at the end of July.
Then, the project was able to focus on the design and development of the four TRINITY products. The design is already finished, and TRINITY partners are currently progressing on the development being compliant with the initial schedule.
The consortium has made a great effort for delivering the results on time and to show the progress of the project in its different communication channels: website, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
Besides, the latest TRINITY Coffee Break of the year is out and explains the main outcomes reached, challenges found, lessons learned, and even how COVID-19 has impacted TRINITY.
Watch it below!