Údarás offices Páirc Ghnó an Daingin

DESCRIPTION

The testbed used in this project is the Údarás na Gaeltachta owned office building at Páirc Ghnó An Daingin, which houses a cluster of tenants renting out office space.
Models have been developed of the individual and aggregated energy loads within the building by way of the installation of energy monitoring devices. The data collected has been optimized via bespoke algorithms with the actual and potential on-site generation by way of solar panels (which have been installed on the roof of the building).
As loads tend to be cyclical and renewable generation intermittent, it is proposed that a suitably designed battery storage system will be integrated in the cluster. Demand response is also a factor with this. This is a variation of peer-to-peer energy sharing.

AREAS OF SPECIAL COMPETENCE

Energy cluster contains numerous sites with variable loads with rooftop solar / battery system to be added. Prediction and optimization systems maximize the consumption of on-site generation with time of use market tariffs, battery and load.

WHAT CAN BE TESTED

Testing of integration of renewable energy production and energy storage to the system.

AVAILABLE INFRASTRUCTURE

At the mentioned location we have installed energy monitoring devices, a renewable energy source in solar PV panels on the roof and we are currently sizing up battery storage to meet demand response load factors and intermittent generation.

HOW TO GET STARTED WITH US

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PRICING MODEL

Due to varying project scopes, pricing is defined individually based on the services/work contribution requested

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Páirc Ghnó An Daingin, Dingle, Co. Kerry, Ireland


Responsible organisation: Údarás na Gaeltachta, Ireland

Sean Lyons
Éamonn Ó Neachtain

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This initiative has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreements no. 646039 and no. 775970.
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