STREAM tools will enable the realization of the STREAM ecosystem. They will be adapted, deployed, calibrated, and demonstrated in the 4 STREAM pilots that serve as a basis for benchmarking of STREAM ideas. They cover geographical, economic, size and type diversity of the consumers.


sMART has two different designs.

sMART local market: this STREAM tool will introduce a new, user-centric trading facilitation framework on the low-voltage side of power networks to carry out the decision-making processes for before – during – after every period of auctions for flexibility requirements. It will be a central platform for flexibility trading activities – from flexibility services providers who will register their devices, to flexibility capacity aggregators to DSOs. For example, the DSO will be able to send its flexibility requirements through sMART, and thus trigger a local flexibility capacity and availability auction via sMART to solve any constraints or need for ancillary services.

sMART peer-to-peer: tool will be aimed to orchestrate, coordinate and facilitate data assets versus service exchange, as well as financial and non-financial compensation. It will leverage on the actual TRL-5 implementations developed within H2020 eDREAM project and will make use of Distributed Ledgers Technologies, Blockchain and Smart Contracts to deploy an innovative tokenized solution for orchestrating, coordinating and compensating reciprocal data assets (datasets, ML models, ML algorithms, computational resources for processing, such as cloud, or for storage) against services (e.g. one year maintenance of a heat pump or prioritized access to EV recharging slot) within a financial and barter-like way. Thanks to the adoption of this tool, energy consumers are expected to be further motivated to share their energy consumption data, being rewarded for example with energy and non-energy services.


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