Use Case description

The Lisbon Municipality holds a large stock of administrative buildings under its responsibility. Campo Grande 25 is a five-block building, that comprises most part of the municipality’s public services, with around 2000 workers and an average yearly consumption of 3,2 GWh.
In both -1 and -2 floors it is possible to find 45 charging stations, with different charging velocities, from normal and semi-fast options to fast ones, in order to ensure the supply of a fleet of around 100 electric vehicles.
Due to the fact that this is one of the city’s buildings with the highest consumption there is a need to integrate the available resources and technologies to modernize it.
The development of the Lisbon pilot leads to a reduction in the energy consumption and in the CO2 emissions to the atmosphere, as well as a decrease in the energy bill.

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