The renewable energy is key to reach the EU climate targets to decarbonize the economy by 2050. But it is necessary the implementation of energy storage solutions to increase the efficiency of the grid management. Also, as the electric vehicles (EV) market grows exponentially, many batteries at the end of their useful life (EoL) for EV applications are being processed as a waste.
The project aims to develop technology to be prepared for the imminent penetration of photovoltaic solar energy in user consumption points and to optimize the operation of the distribution network by making the different agents: distributor, commercial and consumer have an active behavior in the efficiency of the system in general, and in particular in isolated and island systems.
It has been developed under the Interconnecta program and subsidized by the Industrial Technological Center (CDTI), supported by the Ministry of Economy, Industry and Competitiveness and co-financed by the Structural Funds of the European Union (ERDF).