The city of Terni is located in the centre of Italy and has about 110,000 inhabitants, with 65,000 electricity consumers connected to the power distribution network. Due to growing non-consumed local PV generation in the city, there are significant issues with reverse power flows. Thus, the DSO ASM Terni is seeking new technological solutions to add more flexibility to the grid, improve stability, and minimize congestion.

Use Cases


Vehicle-to-home integration with HEMS for renewables’ integration and tariff optimization in prosumer and consumer homes.

Expected impacts

This demonstrator tests a local flexibility marketplace platform leveraged by public V2G (vehicle-to-grid) where aggregators and EV owners offer flexibility to the DSO for secure and efficient management of the power distribution network.

Business model

This business model relies on revenues attained by EV owners from provision of flexibility services to the distribution system operator in a decentralised flexibility marketplace designed to avoid grid congestions and manage reverse power flows. The sessions take place in public charging stations, being intermediated by a localized market platform that manages the bidding and the allocation of the V2G flexibility.


  • Energy Consumers

  • Local CPOs

  • Distribution System Operators

  • EV Owners

  • City Council


Meet the partners in Terni City Centre (V2G)