WORKSHOP: MULTI-ENERGY SYSTEMS – perspectives & learnings from ICSTM-UVT (University Campus)
The E-LAND project is funded by the European H2020 program and aims to explore the challenges that the energy sector is facing by developing a solution which combines the technological, social, and business aspects. These solutions are modular in design, considering replicability and scalability for later use in future projects. The E-LAND project has therefore encompassed three pilots in Europe and two in India, within different regulatory regime, and operational environments.
University Campus Pilot site with multi-vector renewable energy generation and storage systems
Date: October 11th, 2022
Participants: E-LAND partners, invited parties including local, regional and national stakeholders.
Venue: Institute of Multidisciplinary Research for Science and Technology from Valahia University of Targoviste (ICSTM-UVT)
Address: 13 Sinaia Alley, Targoviste, Dambovita County, Romania
What to expect
ICSTM-UVT has participated in the Horizon 2020 project E-LAND as a pilot site since 2019. Now, that the four-year project is nearing its end, the E-LAND project and Valahia University of Targoviste are hosting a workshop dedicated to interested stakeholders. The event will include results and experiences from implementing the E-LAND toolbox’s:
- Co-creation activities with local stakeholders to enforce the role of communities as active players in implementing new technologies.
- Development of technology tools around the dynamics of existing communities from our Campus site.
- Integration of the system architecture along with legacy existing assets (installations and devices).
- Development of software solutions for device integration and energy management with the purpose of: Shifting Building Loads using Demand Side Management; Optimal scheduling of thermal and electrical storage; Storing excess generation in thermal network.
- Showcasing software toolboxes for Energy Planning Application and Multi Vector Simulation.
By participating in this workshop, you will get a thorough understanding of what the E-LAND toolbox has to offer, and how it may impact your energy community or business. Or maybe you will be inspired by the experience of ICSTM-UVT to find the solution that makes sense to you. Either way, this is an opportunity to learn from our efforts, in becoming more energy efficient by managing energy consumption and production.
Capacity is limited to 135 seats for physical participation. Secure your participation by filling out the form below before October 5th.
MULTI-ENERGY SYSTEMS – PERSPECTIVES & LEARNINGS FROM ICSTM-UVT (University Campus)
|Preliminary Agenda – 11th October 2022|
|09:00||10||Welcome & Introduction to E-LAND
Joan COLOMER, Coordinator E-LAND project
|09:10||60||Pilot site visit|
|10:20||10||Valahia University of Targoviste in Brief
Laura-Monica GORGHIU, Rector
|10:30||40||E-LAND Romanian pilot – results
|11:10||20||Best practices and SRI Level – S3Unica project
|11:30||30||Energy management tools and solutions
|13:30||15||Presentation of the Community Building Tool (The Common Impact Model Tool)
Beatrice PETROVICH & Minna KUIVALAINEN
|13:45||30||Participant exercise: Stakeholder Analysis using the Common Impact Model Tool|
|14:15||15||Presentation of the E-LAND Business Modelling Innovation Tool
|14:30||30||Participant exercise: Test the Business Modelling Innovation Tool|
|15:00||15||Presentation of E-LAND Technology tools
|15:15||30||Participant exercise: Test a selection of the Technology Tools of the E-LAND toolbox|
|15:45||15||Coffee break + web survey|
|16:00||90||Optional site visit: E-Laborator Feeria (near Targoviste) – MicroGrid self-sufficient PV installation
Lazar RADU & Dorin LET