Technical Committee and Steering Committee Meeting 8 de abril de 2022 Press release

On April 8, the meetings of the Technical Committee took place where the leaders of the work packages updated on the progress of the project. As well as the Steering Committee of the Interreg Sudoe IMPROVEMENT project, where a representative from each partner meets to take the necessary measures to update the project both from the technical and financial point of view of the project and take into consideration the relevant decisions for the work schedule update Likewise, during the meeting, information regarding the latest developments of the pilot plants of the CNH2 (Spain) and the LNEG (Portugal) is exchanged. The meeting between both sections of the project will serve to mark the next decisions regarding the progress of the project.

The technical area and the management in charge of the Interreg Sudoe IMPROVEMENT project meet periodically to analyze the evolution of the different techniques implemented and their correlation with the objectives set during the initial stage. In addition, these marked keys are put in common to consider the following lines of action and thus continue the evolution of the actions in a positive line.

During the meeting, some of the novelties that were already advanced on March 24 at the 6th General Assembly of the project will be expanded upon. These already indicated the important advances obtained in the thermal systems of the pilot plant of the National Hydrogen Center in Puertollano (Spain). The structure for the storage of energy for heating, cooling and geothermal heat recovery is practically finished, in the absence of integrating all the equipment that is part of the microgrid. It should be remembered that this plant aims to integrate combined microgrids for cooling, heating and energy management.

In the case of the pilot plant of the National Energy and Geology Laboratory (Portugal), work is well advanced and an energy reduction of 75 percent has already been achieved. His work focuses on the monitoring and modeling of renewable generation power ramp rates, thus facilitating the conversion of scientific public buildings into Nearly Zero Energy Buildings (nZEB).

Therefore, the Interreg Sudoe IMPROVEMENT project continues to advance with these latest keys already revealed and the latest news that the Technical and Management Committees will analyze during the next regular meeting.

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