References

Container battery storage system brAIn: Automotive factory

Delivery point: Yanfeng Slovakia Automotive Interior Systems, Námestovo

Battery storage installation and smart consumption management to reduce energy costs. The 52 GWh plant with annual electricity consumption and 24/7 operation does not encounter significant power outages that would affect the production processes. The battery storage serves primarily to optimize electricity consumption and store locally produced solar energy, which reduces the burden on the transmission system. This transmits into lower energy costs and a significant reduction of carbon emissions in the process of production and distribution of electricity.

Delivery point’s investment costs: EUR 0 under the Energy as a Service model.

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  • 432 kWh
  • 250 kWp

Container battery storage system brAIn + PV system: Textile factory

Delivery point: Müller Textiles, Humenné

Installation of battery storage for the needs of smart management of electricity consumption and production through a photovoltaic system. The plant is in non-stop operation 24/7 and its annual electricity consumption is approximately 4.5 GWh. Thanks to the PV system and FUERGY solutions (including Flexibility brAIn for cooling systems – see the separate reference), the factory has reduced its carbon footprint which arises in the process of production and distribution of electricity by up to 89%. The factory plans to further expand its PV system by another 700 kWp and battery storage by 432 kWh of the capacity, and therefore it will most likely reach the carbon positivity in terms of electricity production and consumption.

Delivery point’s investment costs: EUR 0 under the Energy as a Service model.

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  • 432 kWh
  • 499 kWp

Flexibility brAIn for heat pumps: National Football Stadium

Delivery point: ŠK Slovan, Bratislava

The National Football Stadium is a unique building that has been thought through to the last detail. It boasts the title of the most modern and "greenest" stadium in Central Europe, as up to 50% of its electricity consumption can be covered by renewable energy. For one of the technologies – water/water heat pumps with a maximum output of 3,150 kW, we have deployed our digital solution Flexibility brAIn. Heat pumps are used, among other things, for lawn heating or general cooling and offer great potential for their regulation. The savings achieved by the heat pumps are thus extended by the financial effect of providing aggregated flexibility.

Delivery point’s investment costs: EUR 0 under the Energy as a Service model.

  • 3 150 kW

Flexibility brAIn for furnaces and hydroelectric power plant: Metallurgical Plant

Delivery point: Železiarne Podbrezová

Smart energy management of the hydroelectric power plant Jasenie and arc furnaces used for iron smelting. The regulation takes place only to the extent and for such a period of time that does not affect the production process and the quality of the final products. This transmits into lower energy costs and reduction of carbon emissions arising in the process of electricity production and distribution. In this use case, the reduction of electricity consumption was achieved as well. Due to the large volume of regulation power, the financial effect achieved with the FUERGY solution represents a significant cost-optimization for Železiarne Podbrezová. The implementation of this purely software solution took approximately 2 weeks.

Delivery point’s investment costs: EUR 0 under the Energy as a Service model.

  • 37,5 MW

Flexibility brAIn for heat pump: Residential building

Delivery point: Matadorka, Bratislava

Smart energy management of heat pump according to the situation in the transmission system and electricity supplier’s load deviation. The power output of the heat pump is regulated within the pre-defined limits and conditions so that it doesn’t affect the comfort of the residents. The effect of regulation translates into lower energy costs and a lower carbon footprint of the building.

Delivery point’s investment costs: EUR 0 under the Energy as a Service model.

  • 600 kW

Flexibility brAIn for cooling systems: Textile factory

Delivery point: Müller Textiles, Humenné

Smart energy management of cooling systems provided as an extension to smart battery storage brAIn. FUERGY software autonomously regulates the power output of cooling systems according to the situation in the transmission system and the electricity supplier’s load deviation. As the delivery point also has its battery storage, the electricity consumption of the cooling systems can be covered by the stored electricity, if necessary. This results in saving energy costs and reducing the CO2 emissions associated with the process of production and distribution of electricity.

Delivery point’s investment costs: EUR 0 under the Energy as a Service model.

  • 700 kW

Regulator trAId for steam-gas cycle and cogeneration units: Heating plant

Production point: Veolia, Levice

The heating plants are the ideal use case for our solution trAId by FUERGY. We have implemented it for the company Veolia in the second half of 2021 and since its launch, it has been achieving excellent results. trAId provides smart management of the steam-gas cycle, which includes a gas turbine with an output of 40 MW and a condensing unit as well as six cogeneration units with an output of 2 MW. trAId automatically regulates these energy sources in order to achieve the best possible revenue from the provision of ancillary services mFRR+ / mFRR- while using the capacity of energy sources in accordance with the technical conditions for the provision of these services.

  • 52 MW

Regulator trAId for cogeneration units: Chemical plant

Production point: Chemosvit Energochem, Svit

One of the core activities of the company Chemosvit Energochem is the generation and distribution of heat and electricity. The electricity is consumed either directly on the Chemosvit site or it is used to provide ancillary services mFRR+ / mFRR- . The trAId solution offers smart control of cogeneration units with a total output of 2 MW and aims to maximize the revenue from the provision of ancillary services.

Production point’s investment costs: EUR 0 under the Energy as a Service model.

  • 2 MW