The Montedago campus is a university campus, part of Università Politecnica delle Marche, located in Marche Region (Italy).
It is an example of multi-energy system with several connected office buildings and several students and staff personnel involved.
It can be considered as an energy hub and includes the following technologies:
- a CCHP system (570 kWe and 661 kWth), which feeds a district heating network connecting multiple buildings, some of them are also equipped with absorption chillers to supply space cooling during summer (district cooling).
- PV system: approximately 30 kWp.
- HCPV system: 7 kWp.
- Lithium-ion battery storage: 15 kWh to be installed soon.
- Hydrogen: in the near future a system for hydrogen-based energy storage will be installed.
Furthermore, there is also an apartment size nanogrid lab with PV, heat pump, smart appliances, and Energy Management System (EMS).
The living lab can provide competence on system modelling, optimal control algorithms and infrastructures for energy flexibility exploitation and optimal management of multi-energy systems including renewable energy.
The testbed provides a framework to test control algorithms for optimal management of multi-energy systems and RES integration.
It is also possible to install in the testbed other technologies for renewable energy exploitation and energy storage.
Interviews with the users to analyze customer acceptance can be implemented.
In the Montedago campus there are several office buildings, some connected to a district heating/cooling network, whereas other smart buildings with energy storage systems and energy flexible technologies can be controlled and managed.
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