Capacity building in Smart and Innovative eNERGY management
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    SINERGY Consortium

    The mission of SINERGY is to strengthen the existing research capacity and further unlock the innovation potential of the Institute Mihajlo Pupin - IMP (Serbia) in one of the most important research areas of today – Smart Energy Management. To accomplish this ambitious project goal, the strategic partnership and exchange of multidisciplinary “know-how” and competencies have been agreed upon with two leading EU research institutions in the domain, the Austrian Institute of Technology - AIT (Austria) and the National University of Ireland, Galway - NUIG (Ireland).

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    The photovoltaic power plant in “Mihajlo Pupin” Institute Campus

    The station, containing 180 solar panels 280W each, total power 50kW, was completely realized owing to the funds and efforts of the Institute experts, who in four months went through the whole procedure including preliminary design, obtaining permission, construction, commissioning, and acquiring the status of the privileged power producer.

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    The photovoltaic power plant in “Mihajlo Pupin” Institute Campus

    The system for surveillance and control of power plant consists of two miniature RTU pAtlas (produced by IMP Automation & Control Systems) mounted in the DC and AC cabinets, meteorological sensors (detecting wind speed and direction, the temperature of the panels, insolation), communication with the inverter (ModBus) and communication with the power meter (DLMS protocol) and SCADA View 4 software (product of IMP Automation & Control Systems). Using Web browser the real time and archival data on plant operation can be obtained, and the meteorological data is also available on the web site.

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    Process management

    The development and production of complex front-edge Supervisory, Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) Systems and Distributed Control Systems (DCS) as one of the core long-term projects in Institute “Mihailo Pupin”

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    AIT Training

    Austrian Institute of Technology - AIT (Austria) engages within national and international initiatives to shape the future Smart Grid from planning and operation via ICT and controls towards components and systems. In SINERGY, AIT provides short courses and workshops (6–8 hours per day, up to 1 week), a constructive combination of complementary lectures topics in the domain of smart grid technologies.

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    Staff exchange (AIT, IMP)

    SINERGY organizes mutual exchange of personnel between IMP and the strategic partners AIT and NUIG. Distinguished foreign researchers (from AIT and NUIG) will participate in expert group meetings and training of IMP researchers. Apart from hosting the distinguished foreign researchers, SINERGY will organize both short-term and long-term stays of IMP personnel in the premises of strategic partners.

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    Staff exchange (NUIG, AIT, IMP)

    NUIG hosted the 2nd PhD Workshop from 31st of May until 2nd of June 2022. The meeting was organized at the Alice Perry Engineering Building, however the researches have the opportunity to learn about the NUIG pilot and campus.

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The primary objective of SINERGY is to strengthen the research capacity and further unlock the innovation potential of IMP, transforming it into a regional Centre of Excellence in the smart energy management. Once established, as a novel regional excellence centre, IMP will promote the added value of smart energy management technologies, co-ordinate research efforts and unite scarce research resources in this field in the Southeast Europe region, but also encourage communication with leading external EU parties, aiming at full integration into the European Research Area (ERA). In this way, IMP will be capable of further disseminating the project outcomes (strategies, policies, training courses, webinars, etc.) and supporting companies and institutions (both research and industrial) in the region to strengthen their EU competitiveness. To reach SINERGY ambitious objectives, a strategic partnership and transfer of multidisciplinary “know-how” from leading EU research institutions, and beyond, will play the main role in gaining and exchanging the related competences needed for the development of high impact innovative energy management solutions suitable for efficient and reliable energy networks of the future.

Contact: Nikola.Tomasevic@pupin.rs

 

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