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Interest in self-consumption for buildings at EnR Lyon

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CIRCUTOR took part in the most recent edition of the EnR Renewable Energy Exhibition in Lyon (France) from 4th to 6th March as part of the Be Positive exhibition.

The exhibition highlighted the growing interest – in the professional sector as well as amongst the general public – in incorporating self-consumption into French buildings, not just on the European continent but also in overseas territories such as the islands of Réunion, Martinique, Guadalupe, etc.

One of the most attractive solutions for French professionals was undoubtedly the new Dynamic Power Controller with Demand Management, or CDP-G.

In a country where injection to the grid is perfectly feasible, being able to use the surplus energy in a building to reduce the electricity bill instead of injecting the surplus at a lower price marks a turning point in the market trend. Likewise, the clear drive of recent legislative actions of the French Government in line with the energy transition law resulted in attendees of the trade fair showing a strong interest in the Solar Parking Canopies with Electric Vehicle Charging Point solutions offered and exhibited by CIRCUTOR.

 

 

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Become the most efficient and win an iPad Mini

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Do you know that the March 5th is World Energy Efficiency Day?

To celebrate this day and promote the importance of energy efficiency, CIRCUTOR invites you to participate in this contest and win an iPad Mini :

 


Discover the most important aspects of the Energy Efficiency Directive and enter the raffle of 2 iPad mini!

 

Find out about the Energy Efficiency Directive:

Audits in Energy Efficiency European Directive: an obligation for companies and an opportunity for the sector

It can help you win !

  Energy Efficiency Directive

 

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New dynamic power controller with demand management

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In recent years, CIRCUTOR has developed some of the most innovative and advanced solutions in the sector of photovoltaic self-consumption in Spain, leading initiatives and movements to facilitate the legalisation of installations interconnected to the grid for self-consumption with zero injection.

This has enabled CIRCUTOR to position itself as the company that offers the widest range of solutions in the Spanish market and with the most flexibility of control.

The range of CDP solutions from CIRCUTOR also enables a phase-by-phase control of the installations in order to take maximum advantage of the performance of the inverters. CIRCUTOR is reinforcing its commitment to offer solutions for photovoltaic self-consumption to the market, and is thus complementing its range of dynamic power controllers (CDP) by offering more options to manage the distributed generation of energy in the most efficient way.

As the icing on the cake to bring the year 2014 to a close, CIRCUTOR is launching the CDP-G on the market, the new Dynamic Power Controller with demand management. With this unit, a controlled injection to the grid can be guaranteed (or injection to the grid can be prevented, as in Spain's case). At the same time, maximum advantage can be taken of solar radiation surpluses for use in electrical consumption in installations.

The CDP-G incorporates all of the features of the CDP-0 and also includes new functions, making it a very flexible unit, in particular for use in the domestic and tertiary sector.

Some of the main features of the CDP-G are:

  • Capacity to control inverters from the leading brands
  • Use of surpluses of photovoltaic production
  • Monitoring via web (smartphone, tablet or PC)
  • Screen that shows consumption data, PV production, grid consumption and activation of manageable loads
  • Modbus/TCP communications for integration in SCADA

This makes it the ideal unit for optimising a photovoltaic energy installation for self-consumption in applications such as:

  • Managing heat pumps
  • Heating water with the use of thermal accumulators (swimming pools, homes)
  • Water pumping and irrigation applications
  • Production of compressed air

In this way, CIRCUTOR continues to be the leader in the sector of photovoltaic self-consumption with the most technologically advanced solutions on the market, thus offering better products to their customers.

 

More information: Dynamic power controller with demand management

 

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Positive Energy Buildings at GENERA 2015 Madrid

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CIRCUTOR took part in the most recent edition of GENERA, the Energy and Environment International Trade Fair that took place in Madrid from 24th to 27th February.

This year's edition proved that, despite the lack of clear regulations from the central government on self-consumption, installation and engineering companies have stabilised their business. The market for photovoltaic systems as a means for making savings without injection to the grid is also gaining ground thanks to the support of several autonomous regions, as well as provincial authorities who have seen this sector as a clear way to strengthen economic activity, competitiveness and the environmentally-friendly nature of their companies.

Each day of the trade fair was very well attended by professionals, especially the presentations given at the CIRCUTOR stand on self-consumption with demand management and the storage of surplus energy in batteries.

The concept of "Positive Energy Buildings", which served as the theme of the stand, implies a paradigm shift in terms of how new buildings should react to the implementation of the European Directive on the Energy Performance of Buildings. They must go from being passive consumers to taking a proactive role in reducing consumption, making use of local energy resources and preparing for the arrival of electric vehicles.

 

 

More information: Renewable energies - Self-consumption

 
 

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CIRCUTOR in GENERA 2015   CIRCUTOR in GENERA 2015

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CIRCUTOR participates in GENERA 2015

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CIRCUTOR will participate in GENERA, the Energy and Environment International Trade Fair, organised by IFEMA, between February 24-27, held at the Feria de Madrid exhibition centre.

In recent years, CIRCUTOR has developed some of the most innovative and advanced solutions in the sector of photovoltaic self-consumption in Spain, leading initiatives and movements to facilitate the legalisation of installations interconnected to the grid for self-consumption with zero injection.

This has allowed CIRCUTOR to become the company that offers the widest range of solutions in the Spanish market, with solutions that integrate distributed generation in the grid with instantaneous and time-delayed self-consumption applications. Solutions for industrial applications, service and residential buildings, which adapt to each situation for the purpose of achieving the optimum management of solar resources, simplifying management processes and achieving the highest possible cost savings.

Many different innovative products and solutions will be exhibited, such as:

Get your professional invitation to the fair

We hope to see you at our stand no. 2C07 in pavilion 2 of the Feria de Madrid exhibition centre. You will receive an invitation to the fair to learn more about CIRCUTOR's new solutions.

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CIRCUTOR team wishes you Season's Greetings

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We always have thought the same way. We have advanced in the same direction and with the same target. We have created devices that today are an essential part of any electrical system. Keeping always firm to build a more energy efficient world.

Happy and efficient holidays!


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CIRCUTOR and ALLIA RENOVABLES project wins award

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On World Energy Efficiency Day, 5th March, the ICAEN (Catalan Energy Institute) announced the 2015 Energy Excellence Awards.

In the category of Entrepreneurship and Employment, the award went to ALLIA RENOVABLES for its "Allia Smart eMobility" project.

CIRCUTOR participated in this project as a technological partner of ALLIA RENOVABLES, an energy service company with which it carries out self-consumption, energy efficiency and sustainable mobility projects.

The project – which includes the construction of a pilot phase, part of which is already underway in the CREAPOLIS building of the ESADE Foundation in Sant Cugat del Vallès (Barcelona) – will consist of 6 electric vehicles for hire, charged with CIRCUTOR units and a 10 kW CIRCUTOR self-consumption kit with zero injection to the grid located on the roof of the building.

The monitoring and control of energy consumption for the project will be performed via an application with CIRCUTOR's PowerStudio Scada energy manager.

 

More information: Renewable energies - Self-consumption

 
 

More informationElectrical energy efficiency

 
 

More informationSmart electric vehicle charging system

 

 


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Solar Award 2014 for photovoltaic installation supplied by CIRCUTOR

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The Solar Awards 2014, given by EUROSOLAR (European Association for Renewable Energies) recognise the innovative projects and initiatives that use renewable energies in different award categories.

In its thirteenth edition, the Solar Award 2014 for farming companies and farmers using renewable energies went to Pàmies Hortícolas SL for their self-generation photovoltaic solar installation and zero network injection project (15.8 kW).

The awarded photovoltaic solar project

The awarded system, which is supplied in whole by CIRCUTOR, is composed of 66 photovoltaic modules of 240 Wp and 3 single-phase inverters of 6 kW. Each inverter converts the solar energy gathered by 22 modules and injects it into one of the phases of the three-phase system. The CDP-0 dynamic power control assigns a maximum production setpoint to each inverter to get the most out of the system without any risk of producing reverse current in any phase.

 

Further information on the awarded Pàmies Hortícolas photovoltaic solar project

 
 

Further information on the CDP-0: An essential element in any photovoltaic self-consumption installation

 
 

Products and solutions for Renewable Energies

 

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Audits in Energy Efficiency European Directive: an obligation for companies and an opportunity for the sector

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European Union Directive 2012/27/EU of 25 October 2012 sets a deadline of 5 December 2015 for all companies in member countries to carry out independent energy audits by qualified and/or accredited experts.

This Directive is binding in all member countries, and the administrative penalties for not performing energy audits on time can range from €300 to €100,000, in addition to other civil or criminal liabilities.

  • How can we ensure our installations are in compliance with the Energy Efficiency Directive?
  • Benefits of the European Directive for companies and the economy
 

More information in our technical article about the Audits in Energy Efficiency European Directive

 

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