1 Company Mission on Smart Cities and Communities Málaga, 11 and 12 February 2015 PROGRAMME
2 Venue TRAID FAIRS & CONGRESS CENTRE OF MÁLAGA Avda. José Ortega y Gasset, Málaga. Tel.:
3 Wednesday 11th February 8.00h 10.30h. ATTENDEES RECEPTION AT MAIN HALL Collecting the accreditations 10.30h 11.30h. TRANSFIERE OPENING ACT at the International Innovation Forum. Welcome Speeches 8.30h 15.00h. NETWORKING MEETINGS Up to 13 sessions of B2B Networking of 30 minutes each 15.00h 16.00h. LUNCH BREAK 16.30h 20.00h. TECNICAL VISITS of MALAGA SMARTCITY
4 Thursday 12th February 8.00h 10.30h. ATTENDEES RECEPTION AT MAIN HALL Collecting the accreditations 8.30h 15.00h. NETWORKING MEETINGS Up to 13 sessions of B2B Networking of 30 minutes each 15.00h 16.00h. LUNCH BREAK 16.30h 19.00h. TECNICAL VISITS to ANDALUSIA TECHNOLOGICAL PARK Marie Curie, Campanillas, Málaga.
5 Technical Visits* : Málaga Smart City Wednesday 11 February Departure from Trade Fairs & Congress Centre of Málaga Coach transfer to the Cogeneration Plant Visit the Cogeneration Plant Coach transfer to the Smart Meters Visit the Smart Meters Coach transfer to Smartcity Visit the Smartcity Coach transfer to ZEM2all Visit the ZEM2all Coach transfer to Trade Fairs & Congress Centre of Málaga * Transfiere Forum offers the international companies who come through the International Mission to visit Smartcities locations of the city: Zem2all, Malaga SmartCity Project, Cogeneration plant of energy production of EMASA and EMASA smart meters
6 Technical Visits : Zem2all The city of Malaga launched the international Project Zem2All (Zero Emissions Mobility to All), a four year programme with a budget of 60 million Euros, thanks to which the new services and advantages of electric mobility have been introduced on a large scale. The project is directed by Endesa on the Spanish side of the project, at the same time it counts on the support of Telefónica and Ayesa, and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries leads the Japanese part, together with their associates Mitsubishi Corporation and Hitachi. This is being done with the support of NEDO* (New Energy and Industrial Development Organization) and CDTI* (Centre for Industrial Technology Development) as well as the collaboration of Malaga City Hall. The objective of Zem2All is to implement a real-life scenario of electric mobility by means of our services as the management of recharging, the double directionality of the burden (V2G) from the network to the vehicle and vice versa, the services of rapid charge situated strategically, and all of this, globally interconnected.
7 Technical Visits : Malaga SmartCity Project The Malaga Smartcity Project, directed by ENDESA, represents the most important European enterprise as an eco-efficient city. Its objectives are to increase energy efficiency, reduce CO2 and increase the consumption of renewable energy. The area of Smartcity Malaga covers 4 km2 in the Malaga area of the Misericordia beach, and includes 11,000 domestic customers as well as 1,200 industrial customers and services. A consortium of 11 firms, led by Endesa, is deploying the latest generation technology in this area in smart metering, communication and systems, automation of the network, distributed generation and storage and intelligent infrastructure of the loading of vehicles. This area has about 11MW of renewable generation, which includes photovoltaic roofing distributed throughout the city, cogeneration, vertical axis wind turbines and integrated generation in luminaires. The aim with Smartcity is to fulfil the European guidelines for the energy sector to stimulate efficiency, the use of renewable energy and advanced networks with storage capacity.
8 Technical Visits : EMASA Cogeneration Plan The cogeneration plant of energy production of EMASA consists of a plant of thermal drying of mud. EMASA applies thermal drying to the residues that remain after treating waste water, and therefore obtains a very important reduction in volume of mud and then the heat generated by the generation plant of electric energy can be used in the same heating system. The treatment of thermal drying is carried out at a low temperature and has a capacity of over 7 tn/h. Energy efficiency consists of a single cycle with four engines using natural gas or biogas produced at the WWTP and has a total power that can produce kw. On the other hand, the tertiary treatment, where part of the purified water is submitted to a process of regeneration or tertiary treatment, by reason of which water of sufficient quality is achieved to guarantee its possible reuse, in agreement with the legislation in force. Tertiary treatment has a capacity of m3/d, of which m3/d is set aside for industrial use and the remaining part for irrigation of green areas. Treatment is physical-chemical, lamellar sedimentation, sand filtration, ultra-violet disinfection and then ultra-filtration.
9 Technical Visits : EMASA Smart Meters Since 2003 EMASA has been working towards the development of a system of Telecontrol of Drinking Water Networks in the municipal field. This system consists of the remote control of the whole system of water distribution, and communicating it electronically to the final users through the centre of control and management, by means of standard elements that once transformed or reconfigured, imply a low cost to set the whole network functioning. This is also a system that is compatible with other types of distribution, such as gas, fuel oil or other products like electricity. This system consists of developing a system of measurement and control of a metropolitan network of distribution, using the latest technology in this matter. The network terminals control peak flow meters and open close valves. The system receives measurements of flow of the measurement systems, meters, from the users and from a set of additional measurements in the distribution network. The measurements obtained will enable programming the filling of the deposits as well as the detection and localization of losses, thus correcting the closure of valves on the spot. In the same way the whole line of outlet of information is extended to provide other ONLINE services to users and suppliers, Intranet and extranet, by means of Internet, Television, and mobile telephones and other means of communication.
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