On February 4, 2020, Pedro Pérez Gabriel (CEO-Instra) held a paper on self-consumption with renewables and Smart Grid at the Seminar on Marine Renewable Energies, held in Vigo.
The project proposes a hybrid system of renewable energy generation to make the Port of Vigo self-sufficient and with zero emissions in terms of the demand for electrical energy. Consider the port as a "Prosumer" in the new conditions of the electricity market that the EU directive 944/2019 on common standards for the internal electricity market poses. This means that it is not only a consumer but also an energy producer.
Consider the installation of wind energy (> 1 MW), photovoltaic energy (> 2 MW), battery storage, all managed with different “Smart Grid” technologies, to enable an adequate integration into the current electricity network and thereby achieve the objectives of energy self-sufficiency.
The project aims to make progress in implementing a model of regenerative management of the activities of the port beyond sustainability. It would have positive impacts on the socio-economic environment and promote cutting-edge technologies such as smart energy networks and the certification of CO2 emissions with blockchain (Ithium 1000 by Godenigma) that develop high-value activities and skilled jobs.
4 de February de 2021
This sector in 2019 already registered record figures in Spain with more than 1,490,000m2 in facilities. Specifically for Instra Ingeniería, the increase in demand from the e-commerce and food sectors has led us to participate in more than 500,000m2 of logistics implementations for these sectors in...
27 de January de 2021
At the end of 2020, Instra Ingenieros began with the commercialization of a new product for photovoltaic parks. The goal is to promote new digital services focused on the management of solar plants, and specifically on asset performance management. After a few months of contacts and demonstrations, ...
25 de January de 2021
Instra completes the installation of a photovoltaic plant for self-consumption in its offices in La Coruña. At the end of 2020, Instra completed the installation of the photovoltaic plant on the façade of its headquarters building located in the Pocomaco industrial estate, in the city of A Coruña...