When an incident occurs in the MV/LV network, whether programmed or unforeseen, there is a possibility of feeding all or part of the affected network with Generators in order to reduce the real affectation, decreasing the TIEPI of the incident. There are situations in which the Generating Sets currently used by Endesa may not be valid for several reasons: size, noise, environmental conditions, availability of the resource (Installation time or transfer to the incident site) or cost. In addition, it would be interesting to be able to geolocate these assets and see their actual state for more efficient use.
GOAL: for the third consecutive edition, Endesa is looking for innovative proposals in Transfiere, especially for the implementation of a smaller-sized, much more quietly, more flexible and/or a substancially more economic MV/LV network supply system than the current ones. On the other hand, as an alternative, it is proposed to be able to have a system that allows to locate the current devices and to see their state in real time to improve the efficiency of the operation. Know the details here.
Those research groups, technology centres, start-ups or spin-offs interested in presenting their technological capabilities to this challenge should contact the organisation before 7 February 2020.
The pooling of this challenge along with its research work will take place within the framework of Transfiere, in a private meeting (previous signatura of confidentiality agreement by both parties) held in the Open Innovation Area.
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