OMEGA-X: Orchestrating an interoperable sovereign federated Multi-vector Energy Data Space built on open standards and ready for GAia-X
Duration: 36 months (2022-2025)
Orchestrating an interoperable sovereign federated Multi-vector Energy data space built on open standards and ready for GAia-X. The aim of OMEGA-X is to implement a data space (based on European common standards), including federated infrastructure, data marketplace and service marketplace, involving data sharing between different stakeholders and demonstrating its value for real and concrete Energy use cases and needs, while guaranteeing scalability and interoperability with other data space initiatives, not just for energy but also cross-sector.
The proposed concept and architecture heavily rely on the approaches adopted by IDSA, GAIA-X, FIWARE, BDVA/DAIRO and SGAM as major EU references regarding data spaces. It will pursue the GAIA-X label, which ensures highest standards on protection, security, transparency, openess and trust, avoids vendor lock-in and restricted to EU countries.
- Federated infrastructure for data ingestion. There are a lot of independent platforms for data ingestion/storage, open and private. The goal is to define the minimum interoperability and federation requirements needed for these platforms to adhere to the
Energy Data Space and be able to share data in a trusted and secure way.
- Data Space Marketplaces. This is the common ground where data, which is already harmonized semantically, is indexed, andreferenced, maintaining always the required standards of identity, trust and sovereignty. Using the data space as baseline, a marketplace is implemented for stakeholders to share, use and monetize data and services. Data/service providers will be able to advertise their data/services, and data/service users will be able to discover multiple data sets and services.
- Advanced Energy Use Case demonstration. Using all aforementioned layers underneath, 4 use cases families (Renewables,LEC, Electromobility and Flexibility) will showcase and prove the value of having a common data space for a particular problem identified by energy stakeholders.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 101069287.