The facility in Milan is specialized in medium voltage, while the one in Bari focuses on low voltage and microgrids. Both offer simulation and emulation in a controlled environment in order to analyze the potential and integration of various flexibility resources in the grid, even in extreme operating conditions.
The Malaga facility is configured as a living lab specialized in demand modulation services, while the Barcelona hub is focused on flexibility services for high voltage and electric mobility. In the field of sustainable mobility, we are looking at the potential to develop solutions to optimize the battery capacity of electric cars, manage charging based on electricity loads on the grid and even use e-cars as temporary storage systems that can feed energy into the grid when needed.
We provide services to our partners and DSOs by making our Labs available to test new solutions in conditions of absolute technological neutrality, within a simulated or emulated interconnected electricity network that can be configured according to different scenarios. The platform makes it possible to test the technical specifications of products and flexibility devices in an innovative and sustainable perspective, facilitating their development and fine-tuning.