Spanish awareness campaign of the IMPROVEMENT project on “Quality and continuity of supply through hybrid energy storage systems in public buildings”
IMPROVEMENT organizes a new event within the framework of the Interreg IMPROVEMENT Awareness Raising Event, under the slogan "Quality and continuity of supply through hybrid energy storage systems in public buildings". This is a new dissemination event, the third planned under this communication plan, which took place on November 28 in Puertollano (Spain) and was carried out both in person and online format.
The appointment had the support and active participation of the National Hydrogen Center (CNH2), in addition to the presence of different partners and entities associated with the project such as the Hospital Comarcal de la Axarquía and Nec Renewables. Likewise, leading companies such as Asime, Ingho FM, Sistrol and Geothermal Energy also participated in the event. To this, we add the innovative inclusion of the Madrid Health Service, with a relevant intervention on the Green Hydrogen Pilot Project at Hospital de la Comunidad de Madrid.
The event consisted of a total of three sessions made up of different presentations that shed light on the importance of integrating renewable energies in public buildings, especially in the case of hospitals, as an essential point for achieving sustainable and efficient energy buildings. . Likewise, a group dynamic was carried out as the final closing of the day, aimed at the active participation of the attendees and evaluation of the progress and results collected throughout the day.
For his part, IMPROVEMENT was presented by Jesús Martin, head of the CNH2 Project Management Unit, exposing the main advances of the project, the latest achievements and the results obtained from hydrogen technologies, among other aspects. In addition, the Puertollano pilot plant was presented, managed by the CNH2 and an essential part of the IMPROVEMENT project, as well as the different activities and lines of research developed in it and which seek the integration of combined cooling, heating and energy microgrids. with improved energy quality functionalities for the rehabilitation of public buildings with critical loads for their conversion into zero energy balance buildings (nZEB).
During the day, a guided visit to the facilities of the Puertollano pilot plant was carried out. An opportunity that allowed those attending the event to learn about the different fields of action and lines of application in which they have been working since the beginning of the project.
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