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Projectes - Electricitat i Electrònica de Potència

  • GrowSmarter (H2020, GA. 646456) In a rapidly urbanising world cities need to become smarter to respond to citizen needs and to reduce their environmental footprint. GrowSmarter brings together cities and industry to integrate and demonstrate ‘12 smart city solutions’ in energy, infrastructure and transport, to provide other cities with valuable insights on how they work in practice and opportunities for replication. The idea is to create a ready market for these smart solutions to support growth and the transition to a smart, sustainable Europe.
  • HELIS (H2020, GA 666221): The HELIS project will be addressing issues connected with the stability of the lithium anode during cycling, engineering of the complete cell and questions about LSB cell implementation into commercial products (ageing, safety, recycling and battery packs).
  • INCITE (H2020-MSCA-ITN, GA 675318): INCITE brings together experts on control and power systems, from academia and industry with the aim of training fourteen young researchers capable of providing innovative control solutions for the future electrical networks. New smart meters, distributed generation, renewable energy sources and the concern about the environment are redefining electrical networks. Now, both consumers and generators are active agents, capable of coordinating the power exchange in the electrical grids depending on multiple factors. To take full advantage of the new electrical networks, it is necessary a coordinated and harmonic interaction of the all actors in the network.
  • LIFES 50+ (H2020, GA 640741): LIFES50+ will develop next generation substructures for floating off shore wind turbines. Proving cost effective technology for floating substructures for 10MW wind turbines at water depths greater than 50 m.
  • Repro-light (H2020, GA. 768780) aims to support the European lighting industry in moving towards a more sustainable and competitive future. The Repro-light project will harness innovative technologies and materials to design a modular luminaire architecture with a smart production scheme as part of the circular economy, a reconfigurable customised LED luminaire, the ‘Luminaire of the Future’.
  • RESCCUE (H2020, GA. 700174) aims to help urban areas around the world to become more resilient to climate change. More precisely, RESCCUE will bring this objective to practice by providing innovative models and tools to improve the ability of cities to withstand and recover quickly from multiple shocks and stresses and maintain continuity of services.
  • SABINA (H2020, GA. 731211) aims to develop new technology and financial models to connect, control and actively manage generation and storage assets to exploit synergies between electrical flexibility and the thermal inertia of buildings.
  • SUPER-PV (H2020, GA. 792245) is pursuing an ambitious bus realistic goal for innovative PV system cost reduction and consequently significant LCOE reduction (26%-37%) by adopting hybrid approach combining technological innovations and Data Management methods along the PV value chain. To achieve that, key actions will be implemented at three main levels within the PV value chain: PV module innovation level, power electronics innovation level and system integration level.
  • KIC-Cofast (KIC Innoenergy) In this project a new concept of fast charging stations based on CHP technology is proposed, reducing the grid-dependence of fast charging stations and increasing energy efficiency of the solution. This technology provides CAPEX and OPEX reduction of fast charging stations in those places where the grid extension or the grid reinforcement is highly costing and there is also an existing demand for thermal energy. Moreover, the solution improves the energy efficiency of standard solution.
  • GEIDI (Ministerio Economia y Competitividad, TIN2016-78473-C3-3-R) aims to answer to the need to manage energy efficient Smart Communities from data generated by IoT (Internet of Things) sensors, studying various problems related to (i) the process of data generated by IoT sensors, (ii) the impact of these data on the energy management of Smart Communities. Specifically, the issues addressed are the semantic representation of the data generated by IoT nodes,the performance of semantic queries, the control of the accuracy and security of such data and how to use the information obtained to optimize the energy management of urban districts within the Smart Grids.
  • REFER (FEDER, Ris3Cat, Communitat Energia, COM15-1-0008): El projecte Reducció Energètica i Flexibilitat en Edificis en Rehabilitació (REFER) pretén millorar les alternatives energètiques disponibles per a edificis, dotant-los de flexibilitat amb varies opcions per afrontar la generació d’energia renovable i l’eficiència energètica. La realitat de les ciutats actuals és que les edificacions tenen usos i disposicions diverses, alguns són residencials i altres construeixen el teixit industrial i/o comercial del territori.
  • NAenCAT (FEDER, Ris3Cat, Communitat Energia, COM15-1-0039): El projecte NAenCAT pretén ser un referent de les noves Smart Grid, dotant d'innovadors sistemes de sensorització, telecomandament i automatització distribuïda a la xarxa elèctrica de Catalunya. D'una banda, en el projecte es desenvoluparan nous sensors adaptats a les característiques tècniques de la xarxa elèctrica de Catalunya, el que permetrà augmentar el coneixement del que està passant a la xarxa. D'altra banda, s'ampliaran les capacitats dels sistemes de telecomandament actuals, que seran més robustos i de menor cost, la qual cosa permetrà flexibilitzar l'operació de xarxa i un desplegament més ràpid.