Iberdrola – King Felipe VI Visits Iberdrola Technology Center in Bilbao | Market show

This morning at Bilbao, King Felipe VI I met representatives of companies working together at the Global Smart Grids Innovation Hub sponsored technology center. Ebedrola And of Bizkaya District CouncilIt is equipped with new developments in digitalisation, artificial intelligence and advanced data analysis.

A total of 50 companies, technology centers and universities are working on 120 worthwhile projects. 110 million euros in the middle . Innovation Center b Bilbao It is one of the company’s strategic projects and is working to develop future power grids, which will be the cornerstone of energy transfer for all global markets.

This public-private partnership space – over 1,000 m2 and at Iberdrola Network Headquarters in Laraskit – to accelerate innovation and R&D & i created on the real nervous system decarbonation system – smart grids. The Center is a combination of state-of-the-art technology research, training and entrepreneurship and innovations in digitalisation, artificial intelligence and advanced data analysis and many more.

King Philip He was interested in the projects, in particular the impact on smart grid development, sustainability, efficiency and service quality. Chairman Ebedrola He emphasized the need for entrepreneurship and investment to convey a message of commitment and confidence to the community.

Today, the Iberdrola Tower In Bilbao It was the venue chosen for the ART General Assembly, one of the major European employers. King PhilipE.C. Vice President France TimmermansChairman of ERT Carl-Henrik Swanberg And the chairman, Ignacio GalanOthers also attended.

King Philip He said the goals of competition and climate are not mutually exclusive. In these unprecedented challenges, coordinated action by the government, business and citizens is more important than ever.

Svanger said the meeting was a good opportunity to discuss some of the major economic and social trends at a time when the ecological and digital transformation is accelerating.

In a speech to the chairman of the editorial board Ignacio Galan, Decarbonation is a European strategic center, and resources should be invested in future sectors to improve global economic competitiveness and create long-term high-quality jobs. Spain, Basque Country and Biscay are good examples of the benefits of this change.

Features of Smart Grid Innovation Center

Global Smart Grids Innovation Hub is a magnet to attract talent and introduce new technologies that enable energy transfer, increase renewable energy use, fully integrate energy storage systems, and facilitate new energy uses such as mobility and heating. .

Before it officially started. Ebedrola And of Bizkaya District Council It brings together the capacity of 50 industry companies, universities and technology centers that contribute to their technological capabilities, industry characteristics and research experience.

The Smart Grid Innovation Center is an international collaborative project that employs more than 200 professionals in creative countries. Europe, USA and Middle East. So far, there are 120 worthwhile projects. 110 million euros You are separated.

Digital Solutions, Business Development and Connected Staff / Reliable Design

Workplaces provide solutions with innovative materials and technologies to reduce environmental impact, facilitate the integration of renewable energy and improve the deployment of electric vehicles, power electronics and energy storage systems. Grid supported by the latest telecommunications systems such as 5G. It also promotes solutions related to energy saving and efficiency based on demand management or net loss reduction.

The key areas for the creation of the resource are the digitalization of the low voltage grid network, the basis for building the future modern city. In this regard, the projects focus on developing the next-generation smart meters and providing data and information on devices and grids.

Using solutions based on the concept of “Internet of Things” works on new, modern and sustainable distributors to replace the existing control cable ‘package’ with common data ‘buses’.

Global Smart Grids Creativity Center promotes knowledge transfer through scholarship and postgraduate courses. It serves as an incentive for business development in early startup and acceleration programs and facilitates competitive information activities such as international conference design.

Another focus is on the staff involved and the robotics, which includes the use of sensors to receive real-time information about hazards. It also allows land and robots to operate remotely, avoid travel, and operate safer and more efficiently.

International Smart Grids Innovation Center from Biscay Startup Bay Strategies that are the center of gravity for startups installed in Tor Bizkaya.

Investments to address the challenges of the green economy

Ebedrola It has been a key driving force for industrial textile transformation and the recovery of the economy and employment green for two decades. As a result, the company has developed a valuable historical investment plan. 150 billion euros Over the next decade, 75 billion euros A.D. To triple its renewable energy and network resources by 2025 and take advantage of the opportunities offered by the energy revolution facing the world’s leading economies.

About half of this investment is earmarked for the grid’s operations, which are to be sustained, to build strong distribution networks, and to be flexible based on the digitalization project as a key component in meeting future electricity demand.

Ebedrola It already operates one of the largest power distribution networks in the world; More than 1.2 million kilometers of transmission lines and substations and more than 4,400 substations, providing electricity to more than 34 million people worldwide.

By 2025, controlled assets will be available Euro 47 billionHeadquartered in the A-Rating countries, by 2030, the company expects to double its networked assets. 60 billion euros.


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