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Ribera del Loira nº 60 28042 MADRID (Madrid) España CIF: ESB82846817
Fecha: Abril 2018

Contact:

Susana Carillo Aparicio
625 606 610
susana.carillo@endesa.es
Ribera del Loira nº 60 28042 MADRID (Madrid) España CIF: ESB82846817

Presentation

Ubication: Smartcity Málaga Living Lab Área de 4 km2 en la zona de La Misericordia, en la ciudad de Málaga Centro de Control y Monitorización: C/ Pacífico, 57 - esq. Paseo Marítimo Antonio Banderas 29004 Málaga
Year of creation: 2009
managed power: 60 kW[1]
Description:Endesa’s facilities cover an area of 4 km2, with some 11,000 domestic customers, 900 ser- vice customers and 300 industrial clients. They are made up of 5 medium voltage lines me- asuring over 40 km in length, with a total of 72 MV/LV Transformation Centres and 2 HV/MV substations.
supports visits: Si
Function Microred: Si [2]
Island funtion: No

TYPE OF SERVICES:
  • Real environment

Description

Endesa’s facilities cover an area of 4 km2, with some 11,000 domestic customers, 900 ser- vice customers and 300 industrial clients. They are made up of 5 medium voltage lines me- asuring over 40 km in length, with a total of 72 MV/LV Transformation Centres and 2 HV/MV substations.

All of these Transformation Centres are connected by
broadband PLC and there are also series of points connected through wireless technology (WiMAX, 3G and 4G) in order to have redundancy in the commu- nications network deployed. This network is integra- ted within Endesa’s optic fibre backbone network, which connects the different geographical areas to the Electric Grid Operation Centres.
 
Twenty of the Transformation Centres are equipped with elements that enable the automation of the net- work and of the elements connected to it (renewable generation, storage, etc.), including advanced moni- toring and MV and LV telemetry. De-centralised ope- ration logics are automatically implemented at different points in the network and integrated within the Electric Grid Operation Centre.
 
Services offered
 
This is a smart grid real-scale laboratory belonging to the Enel Group, managed by Endesa Distribution. At the lab, different technologies, systems, procedures and so on are tested on a real grid in order to draw conclusions and define their applicability to the distribution bu- siness in the different countries where the Group operates.
 


[1] It is understood that managed power that is able to manage the control of the infrastructure. In laboratories without physical equipment (simulators, systems) This field does not apply.
[2] Microrred function if there are loads in the same location, generators and optionally storage, with integrated management of the whole.
 
 

EQUIPMENT

Consumer equipment

 

Type of load

 

Voltage level

11,000 domestic customers

BT

900 service customers

BTandMT

300 industrial clients

BTandMT

>200 efficient public lighting elements with LED and Halide technology lamps and controls y stems by group or point-to-point

 

BT

 

Storage Equipment

 

Storage technology

Voltage level

 

Power

 

Energy

 

Connection type

 

 

 

Li-Fe-phosphate  batteries

 

 

 

BT

 

 

 

180kW

 

 

 

106kWh

Connected in client installation of Exhibition and Congress Center of Malaga

 

Li-Fe-phosphate  batteries

 

BT

 

20kW

 

24kWh

LV connected in the promenade  microgird

 

 

Generation control equipment

 

Generation technology

 

Voltage level

 

Power

 

Connection type

Natural gasco-generation

MT

10MW

 

 

Natural gastri-generation

 

MT

 

2.73MW

Pending operationalization

9 photovoltaic solar generation facilities with different power levels

 

BT

 

295kW

 

2 vertical axis wind turbine facilities with different power levels

 

BT

 

10kW

 

 

Simulation control equipment

 

Computer equipment

 

Equipment

 

Calculation power or characteristics

 

 

Endesasystems

The information gathered in the field is made available to the Company and its different departments through itsc orporate systems

Control algorithms

 

Type

 

Description

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Managemen to the Distributed  generation and storage in the area

 

A network of Intelligent Electronic Devices positioned on the level of substations, transformation centres and manageable elements sends information between the sensors and Endesa’s information systems.Orders are conducted in a similar manner, such that operating the elements connected to the grid does not require the direct in volvemen to fany human operators an disbased on premises set by the Electric Grid Operation Centre.

 

The generation and storage elements connected to the grid are regulated according to the secapabilities and taking into account variables such as price,availability and demand for energy, electric variables (particularlyVandQ),action possibilities and soon.

 

 
 

ELECTRIC SCHEME / IMAGES



 

OTHERS

  • V2G vehicle and charging point
  • Energy efficiency devices have been fitted in three emblematic buildings and in eight SMEs. They include monitoring, control and active ma- nagement of consumption.
  • Other large projects are also being developed in the area, such as: Green eMotion, which involves implementing three quick charging points and developing tools to create a market for electric mobility services; ZEM2ALL, which is one of the nine quick charging stations included in the pro- ject, where 200 electric vehicles have been de- ployed for professionals and individuals, with 200 associated slow charging points; VICTORIA, a real-scale demo lab for inductive wireless electric charging of public buses, that will mean the first implementation of this processes in static, dyna- mic and parking mode; and E+, where a platform is being developed for interaction between energy service providers, demand and generation aggre- gators, electric grid operators and the like.
 
 

KNOWLEDGE

Human resources
 
Permanent personnel
 

Academic qualification

Number

of Professionals

Average experience  years

 

Knowledge areas

 

Industrial Engineers

 

3

 

15,7y3

GD,RES,AUTO,VE,BAT,CI,TIC

 
Others (Final project, master, etc)
Endesa’s Smart Grid department collaborates with various universities and research bodies through the ‘Endesa Red’ chair.
 


Knowledge areas: Demand Management (GD), integration of renewable and distributed energy resources (RES), protection and network automation (AUTO), electric vehicle (EV), power electronics (EPOT), storage ( BAT), sensors (SEN), life management (lIFE), smart meters (CI), transformers (TRAFO), conductors (CABLE), information and communication technologies (ICT)
 

PROJECTS


Acronym

Ambit

Initial/end year

web

Total budget

Knowledge area

 

 

Smart City Málaga (Fase1)

 

 

National

 

 

 

2009-12

 

 

www.endesasmartgrids.es

 

 

31M€

GD,RES,AUTO, VE,BAT,CI,TIC,EPOT,SEN,VIDA

 

 

Smart City Málaga (Fase2)

 

 

EnelGroupfinancing

 

 

2013-16

 

 

www.endesasmartgrids.es

 

 

N/D

GD,RES,AUTO, VE,BAT,CI,TIC,EPOT,SEN,VIDA

 

 

Green eMotion

 

 

European

 

 

2011-15

 

 

www.greenemotion-project.eu

 

 

42M€

Synergy between projects

 

 

ZEM2ALL

 

 

Spain-Japan

 

 

2012-14

 

 

www.zem2all.com

 

 

60M€

Synergy between projects

 

 

VICTORIA

 

National

 

2013-14

http://www.endesa.com/es/saladeprensa/noticias/carga-autobus-electrico-induccion-dinamica

 

3,7M€

Synergy between projects

 

 

E+

 

 

European

 

 

2012-16

http://cordis.europa.eu/fetch?CALLER=ICT

_UNIFIEDSRCH&ACTION=D&DOC=4330

&CAT=PROJ&QUERY=0130e3c32101:206d:70e71e16&RCN=105993

 

 

5M€

 

Synergy between projects

 


[5] Regional, National, European, …
 
 

Future plans

Throughout 2013-2014, work will be carried out together with CIRCE to develop the lines of research that were opened during the course of the first stage of the project in 2009- 2012, with funding from the CDTI.
 
The most significant tasks focus on composing Key Performance Indicators with which to correctly evaluate this type of projects and technology, assessing the cost-profit balance of the solutions implemented and analysing the different grid operation variables, to name a few.