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Project name:

Intelligent equipment and management software based on power electronics for the electricity network

Status: Idea
Creation date: 27-04-2022

Project objectives:

Summary A Spanish energy company has developed an intelligent equipment and management software based on power electronics that provides the electricity network with coordinated and distributed intelligence, providing services and technological tools as required. They are looking for Distribution System Operators of the electricity sector in Germany, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Sweden and Poland. They ara interested in a commercial agreement with technical assistance or technical cooperation

Description

A Catalan (Spain) energy company has developed an intelligent equipment and management software based on power electronics: Intelligent Distribution Power Router (IDPR). This device interacts in an aggregated and coordinated manner with the network operator. Through its installation in Low Voltage (LV) networks and its battery system, it provides the network with coordinated and distributed intelligence, providing services and technological tools according to what the operator requires.

The energy transition is based on the emergence of distributed energy resources connected to low voltage networks. It disruptively adds controllability, intelligence and resilience to the most critical infrastructure where supply points are connected: prosumers, distributed generation, electric vehicles, actors and assets of the energy transition, even supporting new services such as flexibility through the aggregator.

The Catalan (Spain) company is interested in commercial agreements with technical assistance with electricity distribution system operators (DSO) in Germany, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Sweden and Poland. A technical cooperation agreement can be as well considered in case technical adaption to specific needs is required

Advantages & innovations The company's new IDPR incorporates artificial intelligence that enables real-time decision-making through the incorporation of distributed intelligence systems. Through their unified management platform, IDPRs intensively collect real-time data that they transmit to the platform allowing the execution of coordinated actions across all IDPRs distributed on the network, ensuring greater controllability of the network QuasiGrid: to allow the safe management of consumption and generation in networks with radial architecture. Dynamic Grid: as a solution that supports the configuration of the LV network through maneuvering elements that allow a better integration of renewable sources and Energy Citizen Communities.

Stage of development Available for demonstration

Contact / source: Enterprise Europe Network (europa.eu)

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