The objective of the Cervera HySGRID+ network is to strengthen the technological capacity of Spanish Technology Centres with a high level of complementarity and promote their solid cooperation with the ultimate aim of researching and developing new technological solutions that facilitate the creation of local energy positive balance communities (LEPC) with high efficiency and based on hybrid renewable power and storage systems.
In the framework of this network, CARTIF aims to advance in the definition of criteria and methodologies for the planning and design of local positive energy communities and in the knowledge and improvement of technologies for interconnection and exchange of energy between the thermal and electrical grids.
- Develop decentralized and efficient management of the energy resources of a LEPC.
- Ensure stability and reliability.
- Manage the energy transactions.
- Improve efficiency and integration between energy systems seeking a positive fully renewable energy balance.
- Promote the role of the user in the LEPC.
- Ensure information exchange and decision-making in a LEPC.
- Analysis of the inertia of structural elements.
- Development of a test bench for the analysis and validation of thermal-electrical systems.
- Modeling and simulation of LEPC.
- Establishment of criteria for the design of LEPC.
- Development of techniques for predicting thermal demand by type of building.
- Planning of intelligent algorithms and analysis of new operation strategies for LEPC.
- Models and criteria for the design and development of LEPC.
- Efficient algorithms for the integrated management of the energy systems of a LEPC.
- Prediction algorithms of building thermal demand.
- Test bench for validation of renewable thermal-electrical systems.
Total budget: 3.738.200 €
CARTIF budget: 911.887 €
Duration: september 2020 – december 2022
Division of Energy
Energy systems projects:
REGEN-BY-2 will develop a novel multi-generation, all-in-one integrated energy plant capable of converting any type of RES thermal sourcef in energy vectors such as electric, heating and-or cooling powers.
The overall objective of REWARDHeat is to demonstrate a new generation of low-temperature district heating and cooling (DHC) networks, which will be able to recover renewable (RES) and residual (WH) heat available at low temperatures.
BRESAER is a demonstrative project whose objective is the development of a cost-effective, adaptable and industrialized envelope solution for the rnovation of buildings.
The SunHorizon project aims to demonstrate that combining technologies (TPs) such as solar panels and managed heat pumps with a controller with predictive, proactive and self-learning capabilities saves energy.
The objective of the ReUseHeat project is to demonstrate pioneering, advanced, modular and replicable systems that make it possible to reuse the excess heat available on an urban scale.
The objective of the GIRTER project is to develop an intelligent energy management tool and aid in the operation of district heat and cold networks