Smart Energy Campus

DESCRIPTION

In the framework of the Smart Energy Campus the UPC counts on living labs associated to the integration and management of renewable energies integrated in buildings as well as advanced energy management.

We count on close to 400kW of PV power integrated in building fully monitored and controllable through an intelligent monitoring and SCADA system. These PV systems are installed in different buildings of the campus.

In addition, we count on a recently refurnished building on the 19th century, which it is now a library in the middle of the city. It counts on a fully monitoring and control system for temperature and electrical power, that can be linked to any cloud system and implement AI and data analytics.

AREAS OF SPECIAL COMPETENCE

- Energy management
- Energy efficiency
- Demand response
- Digital Energy Systems
- NZEB

WHAT CAN BE TESTED

Testing of integration of renewable energy production and energy storage to the system; analysis about customer acceptance/perception of a service innovation, testing demand response techniques, testing energy savings, testing new PV technologies to be integrated in buildings.

AVAILABLE INFRASTRUCTURE

The living lab consist of public buildings that integrate green energy production, energy storage together with a control system able to make advanced monitoring but also to provide references and setpoints associated to modern EMS.

HOW TO GET STARTED WITH US

Get in touch by email - alvaro.luna@upc.edu.

PRICING MODEL

No specific tariff, but this can be fitted for each project independently. Also we are interested in participating in EU projects offering our work in the demonstrator and living lab in the shape of PM in the proposal.

Selected Partner Contact
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Barcelona, Spain


Responsible organisation: UPC - SEER, Spain

Alvaro Luna
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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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