EU-wide implementation challenges of interoperable platforms: a consultation

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EU-wide implementation challenges of interoperable platforms: a consultation

In pursuit of fostering a more efficient, sustainable, and resilient energy market, the OneNet project has undertaken a thorough examination of solutions and recommendations designed to propel us towards a common market design and interoperable IT architecture. Through large demonstrators, we aim to verify the feasibility and effectiveness of the proposed solutions in real-world field tests.
Our systematic assessment has categorized the OneNet solutions into four objectives or thematic areas, each accompanied by a brief key message outlining the proposed steps forward. Through a thorough analysis, we have identified key enablers and barriers tied to each set of solutions, taking into account regulatory, economic, and technical considerations. Furthermore, we identified the level of impact or appropriate level of intervention for each barrier and enabler.


As we progress in this exercise, it is imperative to engage with a diverse array of stakeholders to validate our assessments and ensure the inclusivity and robustness of our findings. To this end, we have crafted a comprehensive consultation document aimed at eliciting valuable insights and perspectives from various stakeholders.

This consultation document serves as a platform for all stakeholders to provide valuable feedback on the
following key questions:

  • What is the top solution within each objective that you believe should be prioritized on policy agendas?
  • In your view, what are the main barriers and enablers for these solutions?
  • What recommendations do you propose for further policy development in these areas?
  • Are there any gaps or topics currently not addressed that you deem important for achieving an interoperable IT architecture?

Your participation in this consultation process is important to shaping future policies and initiatives aimed at fostering a more interoperable IT architecture to support future energy markets. We welcome your insights and contributions to this important undertaking.

Join the consultation


➔ Answers can be submitted to: Madalena Lacerda and Carlos Damas Silva until 12/03/2024