This project is aimed to develop and validate technology which enables the utilisation of energy storage systems in wind power generation plants in order to substantially increase its integration in power grids.
This project sets out to develop new automated systems for the operation, management and maintenance of large photovoltaic plants to integrate and manage these systems in desert or semi-desert areas.
The overall objective of the Project is the development of a tool to carry out the real-time control and surveillance of hydraulic elements in hydropower stations to predict the likelihood of failures and to develop an efficient and reliable predictive maintenance system as a result.
The basic objective of the EFIVUE-CV Project is to increase the efficiency and performance of large multi-fuel plants that generate energy from biomass by 3%.
This main objective of the ILS project is to design a management system for multi-megawatt photovoltaic plants using ion-lithium batteries as the best option for improving the quality of the energy generated, favoring its integration into the grid and enabling a higher penetration of PV solar power into the electric power system.
The main objective of the MICORMASS Project is to develop new strategies for the protection of the pipes that make up the superheater located inside of the boiler and air heaters from the effects of corrosion