Pilot educational project for renewable energies in conjunction with the electrical network
Sheridan College Toronto (Canadá)
Background / objectives
Our conciliatory Renteknik, together with CIRCUTOR, has designed a proposal to merge other renewable energy sources with battery storage (two solar panels, a windmill and a water turbine) in the network to supply consumption at different installationss
The system includes an EFM that controls and measures user consumption, the renewable generation value and the charge of the battery, giving priority in milliseconds to one source or another depending on its demand, all in real time. Also, the CDP0 analyzer prevents energy from being injected into the network in the case of excess generation and low energy consumption, as Canadian law prohibits it.
The powerful software PowerStudio Deluxe has been installed, integrating the units mentioned above, plus others, such as:
Key features / Results
A future expansion is planned to add an electric vehicle charging station. This is a pilot project in a prestigious school, a reference for CIRCUTOR and renewable energies in Canada, which will have an impact on other similar schools and universities thanks to the innovative and high-profile nature of the project.