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LABORATORIO DE SMARTGRIDS
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Parque Tecnológico de Zamudio. Edificio 210, 48170, Zamudio, Bizkaia
Fecha: 23/10/2014

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Jose Miguel Yarza Narro
94 452 20 03
josemiguel.yarza@cgglobal.com
Parque Tecnológico de Zamudio. Edificio 210, 48170, Zamudio, Bizkaia

Presentation

Ubication: Parque Tecnológico de Zamudio. Edificio 210, 48170, Zamudio, Bizkaia
Year of creation: 2012
managed power: 150 kW[1]
Description:Simulation of a Medium Voltage network, consisting of 5 transformation centres MV/LV, with adaptable open ring connection: 3 of which are 2LP1 class, and the other 2 post class.
supports visits: Si
Function Microred: No [2]
Island funtion: No

TYPE OF SERVICES:
  • Laboratory

Description

Simulation of a Medium Voltage network, consisting of 5 transformation centres MV/LV, with adaptable open ring connection: 3 of which are 2LP1 class, and the other 2 post class.

- Each transformation centre 2LP1 Class is composed by:
  • Supervision and control elements.
  • A  Communications  equipment.
  • A communications concentrator with LV supervision.
  • A non-stop feeding equipment.(charger + battery).
  • A MV supervision equipment.
  • 3 single-phase for blocking the PLC signal.
 
- Each transformation centre post class is composed by:
  • Supervision and control elements.
  • A Communications  equipment.
  • A communications concentrator with LV supervision.
  • 3 single-phase (1 per phase) for blocking the PLC signal.
Each one of these centres has 2 exit lines, which in their standard configuration are con- nected with a panel of meters respectively. This panel includes 48 single-phase meters and 5 three-phase. The total number of devices reaches 10 panels with 480 single-phase meters and 50 three-phase meters. These meters are connected to a simulated load of 3,3 kW.
 
The connection of these panels is adaptable, enabling the connection of all of them to a single centre.
 
Connection elements that allow connecting up to 10% more meters with any type of external loads.
 


[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

Other equipment

Equipment

Description of the equipment components

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3Transformation Centres

(2LP1class)

3 Led to warn whether the transformation centre is activated or not 2 switch estoopen or close the ring

1 circuit breaker

1 led to show whether thetwolines of the transformation centre are fed

3 PRIME single-phase filters

1 communications node, to deliver the transformation centre information to higher levels of the electricgrid, by means of optic fiber, PLC MV,GPRS/UMTSorADSL

1 communications concentrator that provides at elemangement system, carrying out the automatic reading of meters through the LV network

1 MV supervision equipment (provided with power supply but currently it is not ready towork in the laboratory)

1 non-stops upply equipment (charger+battery). When ever there is a cuton the grids upply, the MV supervision equipment and the communications node will stay connected to it throug hits own batteries.

1 switch: this device is only placed in one of the 3TCs 2LP1,allows connecting remote lyto the TC susing fixed IPs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

2Transformation Centres

(postclass)

3 Led towarn whether the transformation centre is activate dor not 2 switch esto open or close thering

1 circuit breaker

1 ledt os how whether the two lines of the transformation centre are fed

3 PRIME single-phase filters

1 communications node, to deliver the transformation centre information to higher levels of the electricgrid, by means of optic fiber,PLC MV,GPRS/UMTSorADSL

1 communications concentrator that provides at elemangement system, carry in gout the automatic reading of meters through the LV network

 

 

 

5panelsofmeters

 

10 three-phase meters (one of which has a circuit breaker to allow the external charge by means of two terminals)

96 single-phase meters (12 of which have a circuit breaker to allow the external charge by means of a terminal)

 

1general controlpanel

 

It provides power to the MV ringand to the elements that integrate it (except for the TCs push buttons)

 

 

ELECTRIC SCHEME / IMAGES


 

KNOWLEDGE

Human resources
 
Permanent personnel
 

 

Academic qualification

Number

of professionals

Average  expe-rience years

 

Knowledge areas

 

Engineer

 

74

 

11

GD,RES,AUTO,VE,SEN,CI,TIC

 

Technical engineer

 

14

 

9

GD,RES,AUTO,VE,SEN,CI,TIC

 
Doctoral students
Knowledge area: Energy Average number per year: 2
 
Others (final project, master, etc.)
Knowledge area: Energy Average number per year: 10
 
Others
Nº patents: 9 in the period 2005-2012
Nº publications: 37 articles and papers in the period 2011-2013
 


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

Acrónimo-Nombre

Ambit

Initial/end year

web

Total budget

Knowledge area

MICRODG-SP1

Nat.-Reg.

2004-06

 

319.000€

GD,RES,EPOT,BAT

MICRODG-SP2

Nat.-Reg.

2007-08

 

202.000€

GD,RES,AUTO

MICRODG-SP3

Nat.-Reg.

2006-08

 

250.000€

GD,RES,EPOT,BAT

 

MORE-MICROGRIDS

European-6ºFramew.Prog.

 

2006-09

 

 

309.000€

 

GD,RES,AUTO

 

FENIX

Europeo-6ºProg.Marco

 

2006-09

 

www.fenix-project.org

 

623.000€

 

GD,RES,AUTO

GAD

National

2007-10

www.proyectogad.com

1.132.000€

GD,CI,TIC

MUGIELEC

Regional

2010-12

www.mugielec.org

1.159.000€

GD,VE,EPOT,RES,TIC

CIADXXI

Regional

2008-10

 

2.033.000€

AUTO,EPOT

SOA4AMI

Regional

2010-12

 

336.473€

GD,CI,TIC,RES

USER

Regional

2011-13

 

809.000€

GD,BAT,EPOT

SAREBAT

Regional

2011-13

 

640.000€

AUTO

ENERGOS

National

2009-12

innovationenergy.org/energos

2.247.000€

AUTO,VE,RES,EPOT

REDES2025

National

2009-10

www.redes2025.com

438.000€

EPOT,AUTO

CITYCHARGE

National

2010-12

 

470.000€

EPOT,VE,AUTO,

 

PRICE

 

National

 

2011-14

 

www.priceproject.es

 

3.224.000€

GD,RES,BAT

 

GD,RES,AUTO,

 

REDNA

 

National

 

2011-14

 

redna.es

 

847.000€

SEN, EPOT,TIC

 

RES,AUTO,SEN

PROINVER

National

2011-13

 

142.000€

RES,AUTO,EPOT

SECRET

National

2011-12

 

249.000€

TIC

MIRED-CON

National

2012-14

 

1.255.000€

AUTO,RES

 

OPENMETER

European-7ºFramew.Prog.

 

2009-12

 

www.openmeter.com

 

254.000€

 

CI,TIC

 

ADDRESS

European-7ºFramew.Prog.

 

2008-11

 

www.addressfp7.org

 

319.000€

 

GD,TIC

 

E-DIANA

European-7ºFramew.Prog.

 

2009-12

 

www.artemis-ediana.eu

 

249.000€

 

GD,TIC

 

GRID4EU

European-7ºFramew.Prog.

 

2011-14

 

 

807.000€

 

GD,RES,CI

 

 


[5] Regional, National, European, …
 
  • MICRODG-SP1: Development and experimentation of a microgrid integrated in the distri- bution network. The goal of the project is the design, installation, experimentation and validation of a microgrid integrated in the Electric Distribution Network. That microgrid will be located in the Technology Park of Bizkaia, in which several of the project partners have their headquarters.
  • MICRODG-SP2: Development of Equipment and Systems for Low Voltage Microgrid envi- ronments. The goal is to develop equipment, solutions and/or tools, derived from the re- quirements specifications undertaken by the MICRODG SP2.
  • MICRPODG-SP3: Development of a microgrid kit systems for the rural electrification. The main objective of the project is the design, development, implementation and experimen- tation, and validation of a generation management system named “KitMicrogrid” for the electrification of rural microgrids. The main task of the KitMicrogrdi will be to guarantee the electric supply in isolated areas or with weak electric distribution network.
  • MOREMICROGRID: This project aims to continue the researches in the development of tools for the management and control of a MicroGrid.
  • FENIX: Flexible Electricity Network to Integrate the expected “energy evolution”. The pro- ject’s goal is to achieve the transition of distributed generation from passive generation to active, contributing to the operation of electric networks and thus playing a similar role to the centralized generation.
  • GAD: Active Management of the Demand. Project which study the available mechanisms for optimizing the domestic electric consumption.
  • MUGIELEC: Project that joins the main actors of the electric sector in the Basque Country, in order to face the new necessities of the transition from the current mobility system, to a more sustainable one, which implies the electrification of transport.
  • CIAD XXI: Smart Transformation Centre for the Distribution Automation. R&D project that will bring the necessary developments and technologies that, for the first time, will allow the automation of the Medium Voltage Electric Distribution, and the remote and smart detection of failures become a reality.
  • SOA4AMI: Infrastructures and architectures for the integration of Smart Metering in a res- ponsible and efficient management of the consumptions. The target are the infrastructures and applications that will be closest to the final user, as well as their demand manage- ment.
  • USER: By means of the integration of different technologies, the project aims to generate several products, processes and services focused on the improvement of the energy effi- ciency for the final user.
  • SAREBAT: The main objective is to develop a new system for the distributed generation management. A new system will be developed for the generation monitoring at distribution level. New power electronics-based solutions will be developed, which will allow: On the one hand, stabilizing the grid voltage, and on the other hand, supporting the grid operation by means of their connection to several distributed generation units.
  • ENERGOS: Research project for the development of knowledge and technologies for pro- gressing in the deployment of smart grids.
  • REDES 2025: It is a Singular Project of Strategic Nature that aims to design, specify and develop technological solutions focused on power electronics-based applications, energy storing and superconductivity; as well as tools for the grid integration of distributed re- sources, and the data management of the future electric network.
  • CITYCHARGE: Infrastructures for electric vehicle charge in urban areas. It is a continua- tion of the Singular Project of Strategic Nature “CityElec”, and its main goal is to develop and acquire technologies to address a comprehensive solution for the charge of electric vehicles, as well as its optimal integration in the electric network.
  • PRICE: Joint Project on Intelligent Networks in the Henares Corridor. Aims to answer the technological challenges that electric systems face worldwide, such as the deterioration of infrastrcutrues and systems, the increase of energy demand or renewable sources, the integration of electric vehicles, and the necessity of improving the electric supply safety, while reducing the dependence of non-renewable energy sources. The initiative addresses different areas, which will cover the identified needs for the deployment of a smart network under the principles of efficiency, safety and sustainability. The project consists of four sub-projects: PRICE RED, PRICE GEN, PRICE GDI y PRICE GDE.
  • RedNA: Isolated Neutral Grid. Is a project aimed to the development of technology solu- tions that improve the operation of the Isolated Neutral Grid to ensure a better quality of the power supply and a feasibility automation of this type of distribution network (smart- grid).
  • PROINVER: Solutions for conversion and protection in electric scenarios highly entered by distributed generation. The project’s goal is to develop new and specific solutions for conversion and protection in scenarios with a high degree of distributed generation, which allow assuring the supply quality and safety.
  • SECRET: Protection of the Critical Elementes of Remote-Controlled Electric Networks.
  • Study of advanced technologies for remote-controlled systems and measurement of electric grids. These technologies will allow protecting the critical elements of these infrastructu- res, addressing the recommendations in safety issues established by the norms.
  • MIRED-CON: Renewable distributed Microgeneration and control. The project consists in the installation of advanced measurement and control infrastructures, in a grid planned to be energy self-managed. This new grid will become a reference for future distribution networks.
  • OPEN meter: Open Public Extended Network Metering. The Project will develop an open and standard infrastructure for muli-energy meters, ensuring the interoperability and the- refore benefiting the consumers.
  • ADDRESS: Active Distribution networks with full integration of Demand and distributed energy RESourceS. Development of new architectures for active networks based in distri- buted intelligence along the grid, specially addressing the final users.
  • E-DIANA: Embedded Systems for Energy Efficient Buildings. Project focused in the inte- gration of energy efficiency innovations in houses and buildings. The project foresees two concepts regarding buildings management: The Cell and the Macrocell
  • GRID4EU: The project’s goal is the implementation of 6 pilot projects related to smart- grids, coordinated by international distribution companies. These pilot experiences will test new concepts and technologies that will allow overcoming the barriers of smartgrids, therefore contributing to the European objectives for 2020.
 

Future plans

To update the facilities according to the evolution of SmartGrids