Use Case description

EMS involved in Lisbon: (a) Campo Grande 25 is a 5 block building, where most administrative part of the Municipality work is performed. It has got around 2.000 people working every day and many other are visiting the building, as it hosts some important public services, open to the citizens. The building has a total area of 55.000 sqm, is supplied with medium-voltage, has an average yearly consumption of 3,2 GWh, and is owned and managed by the Municipality. A fleet of around 60 electrical vehicles is charged in this building in 2 charging stations, in different basement levels. Each charging station has 15 plugs.Today the charging process has an own energy management system (EMS), able to identify sources of savings and monitor the evolution of consumption: (i) Analysis of energy consumption; (ii) Definition, visualization and automatic sending of alarms; (iii) Definition and implementation of reports; (iv) Possibility of remote control of devices and circuits; (v) Analysis and tariff management; and (vi) Integration with other systems and equipment - Gas Turbine Combined, Building Management System, Programmable logic controller, etc. In general terms, the technical solution presented is based on a centralized architecture platform that receives information directly from local equipment installed. (b) Photovoltaic Park in University of Lisbon is operated and maintained by Conergy Systems GmbH and in composed by 10.000 photovoltaic panels, representing an installed capacity of over 2 MW and allowing them to achieve an annual yield of 4,28 GWh.


This project has received funding from the European Union’s H2020 research and innovation programme under the grant agreement No 731268