Starting this year, a five-year Hydrogen Valley project around the Baltic Sea (BalticSeaH2) will begin between 44 partners across the Baltic states, Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Poland, Germany and France. The project is co-funded by the EU Horizon Europe programme with a total budget of 33 million Euros. The project is aiming to create the first significant cross-border hydrogen valley in Europe, which enables the reduction of CO2 emissions from various industries and the region’s self-sufficiency.
Cybernetica will develop Online Hydrogen marketplace concept ‘H2Pool’: as an online platform concept that will serve as a resource for hydrogen stakeholders. Secure-by-Design architecture is developed for the platform that includes cryptographic security technologies for confidentiality (encryption, secure computing), integrity and reliability. To validate the system design, data synthesis techniques will be deployed to create test data for the system, based on the analysis and modelling of available existing data.
“This is an ambitious project with influential outcomes,” commented Cybernetica’s Energy Sector Lead Marko Petron. “Cybernetica will be utilising its long-term experience in building software, privacy and cybersecurity solutions in the energy domain, as well as basing our work on the existing electricity flexibility market solution,” said Petron.
Cybernetica has been developing energy solutions for over 10 years, as well as contributed to many high-profile projects utilising measurement data – e.g., Elering Estfeed system and e-Elering portal. Global projects include technical solutions for pan-European electricity flexibility market consortia INTERRFACE (5 countries involved, budget of 20 million Euros) and OneNet (23 countries involved, budget of 28 million Euros).
We aim to build innovative digital solutions in the energy sector that utilise our secure e-state concepts and our R&D resources.