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Cener 2010 English

  1. 1. GENERAL NATIONAL RENEWABLE PRESENTATION ENERGY CENTRE
  2. 2. SUMMARY 01 Introduction 02 Scientific-technological strategic plan 03 Emblematic projects 04 International forums
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION 01
  4. 4. 01 INTRODUCTION VISION & MISSION VISION To be a research centre of excellence in the renewable energies field with international outreach. MISSION To generate knowledge in the renewable energy field and to transfer it to the industry in order to boost sustainable energy development.
  5. 5. 01 INTRODUCTION SCIENCE-THECNOLOGY- ENTERPRISE SYSTEM Basic Applied Technological Technological Engeenering Industrial research research development services Production R&D Projects Certification Tests 5
  6. 6. 01 INTRODUCTION ACTIVITIES AND RESEARCH AREAS ACTIVITIES Applied research, technology transfer…. Assessment, approval, accreditation and certification services. AREAS Wind Biomass Solar Photovoltaic Solar Thermal Energy Grid Integration Bioclimatic Architecture 6
  7. 7. 01 INTRODUCTION CENER IN NUMBERS The annual 2010 budget is € 22,5 million. 22,5 M€ 60% self-financing 200 200 employees researchers, technical staff and support personnel Total investments (2002-2009): >€75 million 75 M€ More than 200 customers in all five continents 7
  8. 8. 01 INTRODUCTION INFRAESTRUCTURES Headquarters Biofuels plant Wind Test Laboratory Sarriguren Aoiz Sangüesa Offices Madrid & Sevilla
  9. 9. SCIENTIFIC-TECHNOLOGICAL 02 STRATEGIC PLAN
  10. 10. 02 SCIENTIFIC-TECHNOLOGICAL ACTION AREAS STRATEGIC PLAN Technological development Research lines Infraestructures Revenue Operating Internationalization Trustees (financing agreement) Extraordinary income Large projects 1 0
  11. 11. 02 SCIENTIFIC-TECHNOLOGICAL GENERAL FRAME STRATEGIC PLAN OBJECTIVES Be a technological benchmark centre in the renewable energy sector and satisfy the technological development needs of the RE industry. Be at the cutting edge of new technological developments and create added value in the technological services that we provide Have a relevant international presence with special emphasis on the EU (Framework Programme). Have adequate R&D activity and internal development Design, construct and operate large technological infrastructures for certification, tests and process development. 11
  12. 12. 02 SCIENTIFIC-TECHNOLOGICAL WIND POWER STRATEGIC PLAN
  13. 13. 02 SCIENTIFIC-TECHNOLOGICAL WIND POWER STRATEGIC PLAN Analysis and design of windturbine New concepts of wind turbines and components. Design of advanced blades. Development of design tools. Development of new blade manufacturing materials and processes for wind turbines. Design of offshore wind turbines and offshore wind platforms. Wind turbine and component test Blade test. Powertrain test: generator, gearbox, nacelle. Tests at experimental wind farm. 13
  14. 14. 02 SCIENTIFIC-TECHNOLOGICAL WIND ENERGY STRATEGIC PLAN Wind resource assessment and Forecasting: Advanced methodology in resouce assessment and wind farm design. Preparation of high-resolution wind maps. Prediction of wind farm energy production. Offshore wind resources assessment and wave prediction models. 14
  15. 15. 02 SCIENTIFIC-TECHNOLOGICAL WIND TURBINE TEST LABORATORY STRATEGIC PLAN
  16. 16. 02 SCIENTIFIC-TECHNOLOGICAL WIND TURBINE TEST LABORATORY STRATEGIC PLAN Blade Test Powertrain Test Nacelle Experimental Laboratory (70m) Laboratory Test Bench Wind Farm (5 MW) (6x5 MW)
  17. 17. 02 SCIENTIFIC-TECHNOLOGICAL BIOMASS ENERGY STRATEGIC PLAN
  18. 18. 02 SCIENTIFIC-TECHNOLOGICAL BIOMASS ENERGY STRATEGIC PLAN Assessment and energy crops: Biomass resources assessment. Energy balance and GHG. Life cycle. Solid biofuels. New thermo-chemical pretreatment technologies of biomass. Torrefaction. Use of micro-algae. CO2 fixation, biodiesel, bioethanol. Liquid Biofuels: Bioethanol: Production through waste and lignocellulosic material. Biodiesel: Additivated mixes, stability, enzymatic production Thermal chemical processes: Gasification and gas-cleaning technologies. Development of second-generation biofuels via thermo-chemical means.
  19. 19. 02 SCIENTIFIC-TECHNOLOGICAL BIOFUELS PLANT STRATEGIC PLAN Synthesis Fermentation Gasification Intermediate Pretreatment Raw store material Gas storage Liquid storage Waste storage Auxiliary serv Offices / laboratory
  20. 20. 02 SCIENTIFIC-TECHNOLOGICAL SOLAR THERMAL ENERGY STRATEGIC PLAN
  21. 21. 02 SCIENTIFIC-TECHNOLOGICAL SOLAR THERMAL ENERGY STRATEGIC PLAN Modelling, simulation and design of components and systems Modelling, simulation and design of low, medium and high temperature collectors. Design of thermoelectric solar components and systems. Design and development of characterisation systems and assessment of thermoelectric solar plants. Computer tools for the modelling and simulation of flat solar collectors. Computer tools for the modelling, simulation and optimisation of thermoelectric solar plants. 21
  22. 22. 02 SCIENTIFIC-TECHNOLOGICAL SOLAR THERMAL ENERGY STRATEGIC PLAN Measurement and characterisation •System and component characterisation Certification of solar collectors. Development of certification standards for collectors and low, medium and high temperature solar systems. •Assessment and prediction of solar radiation. BSRN station. Calibration of radiation sensors.
  23. 23. 02 SCIENTIFIC-TECHNOLOGICAL PHOTOVOLTAIC SOLAR ENERGY STRATEGIC PLAN
  24. 24. 02 SCIENTIFIC-TECHNOLOGICAL PHOTOVOLTAIC SOLAR ENERGY STRATEGIC PLAN Photovoltaic systems: • Photovoltaic plants. Assessment of the solar resource and specific production Design and simulation of photovoltaic plants Due diligence and technical advice on plants Certification of photovoltaic plants • Test and assessment of photovoltaic inverters. • Tests for certification of photovoltaic modules. IEC-61215, Crystalline silicon IEC-61646, Thin film IEC-62108, Photovoltaic concentration IEC-61730, Safety ENAC accreditation and IECEE recognition within the CBTL (Certification Body Test Laboratory) framework
  25. 25. 02 SCIENTIFIC-TECHNOLOGICAL PHOTOVOLTAIC SOLAR ENERGY STRATEGIC PLAN Photovoltaic cells: • Structural, optical and electrical characterisation of materials for photovoltaic application • Diagnosis and characterisation of photovoltaic cells: Efficiency, I-V curve, spectral response… Identification of performance improvement areas • Production processes for industry compatible photovoltaic cells. • Consultancy for production environments • Development of photovoltaic cell technology Wafer-based crystalline silicon (15cm x 15cm). Silicon thin film Organic cells 25
  26. 26. 02 SCIENTIFIC-TECHNOLOGICAL RENEWABLE ENERGY GRID INTEGRATION STRATEGIC PLAN
  27. 27. 02 SCIENTIFIC-TECHNOLOGICAL ENERGY GRID INTEGRATION STRATEGIC PLAN Grids and high voltage • Distributed generation: Development and implementation of an experimental micro-network. • Integration of renewable energies in the grid Study of power flows in stationary and dynamic regime. Integration of offshore wind farms in the electrical system. • Energy accumulation: Integration of renewable energies via energy storage systems Study of hydrogen and wind energy integration. Study of alternative energy storage systems (flow batteries). Electric vehicle. • Economic studies of energy scenarios via Markal-Times. 27
  28. 28. 02 SCIENTIFIC-TECHNOLOGICAL ENERGY GRID INTEGRATION STRATEGIC PLAN Energy accumulation • Integration of renewable energies via energy storage systems Study of hydrogen and wind energy integration. Study of alternative energy storage systems (flow batteries). Electric vehicle. Economic studies of energy scenarios via Markal-Times
  29. 29. 02 SCIENTIFIC-TECHNOLOGICAL BIOCLIMATIC ARCHITECTURE STRATEGIC PLAN
  30. 30. 02 SCIENTIFIC-TECHNOLOGICAL BIOCLIMATIC ARCHITECTURE STRATEGIC PLAN Bioclimatic design Energy simulation of buildings. Development of bioclimatic constrution solutions Integration of renewable energies in building. Life cycle of construction materials. Energy certification of singular buildings. CENER LABEL. Advice to achieve the LEED label. Bioclimatic rehabilitation of buildings. Advanced air-conditioning systems.
  31. 31. 02 SCIENTIFIC-TECHNOLOGICAL BIOCLIMATIC ARCHITECTURE STRATEGIC PLAN Building energy laboratory Heat transmission in enclosures. Natural ventilation parameters. Natural lighting parameters. Interior comfort parameters. Integration of active and passive systems.
  32. 32. EMBLEMATIC PROJECTS 03
  33. 33. 03 EMBLEMATIC EMBLEMATIC PROJECTS PROJECTS 2010 - 2013 DEPARTMENT PROJECT TIME WIND-LEA Certification and components test Ongoing SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC SOLAR THERMAL PHOTOVOLTAIC High efficiency Si cell 3 años BIOCLIMATIC ARCHITECTURE Energy rehabilitation and certification of buildings Ongoing SOLAR THERMAL Development of concentrator technology 2 - 3 years BIOMASS Second generation biofuels 2 - 3 years WIND - ADA Development of advanced blades 2 - 3 years WIND - EPR Wind maps Ongoing IRE Micro-network. Distributed generation. 2 years
  34. 34. INTERNATIONAL FORUMS 04
  35. 35. 04 INTERNATIONAL INTERNATIONAL FORUMS FORUMS • Spanish representative at the • Members of sub committee • AEN/CTN41/SC9 Renewable Energy Working 82 of the PV IEC standard. Sustainable Construction. Party of the International • Members of sub committee AENOR Commitee. Energy Agency. 88 of the Wind Energy IEC •Task 11 operator agent of • Spanish representative on standard. the Implementing Agreement the Executive Committee for • Members of the AENOR on Wind Energy of the IEA. the Implementing Agreement Technical Committee 94 on •Spanish representative at on Photovoltaic Systems of the solar thermal energy. CA Buildings. Concerted International Agency. • CEN Working Group action for the transposition of • Implementing Agreement on Energy Demand the European directive on Wind Energy of the Management commitee. Part energy efficency in International Energy Agency. of the DG TREN of the buiuldings.. • Member of MEASNET European Commission • EAWE presidency.
  36. 36. CENER THANK YOU VERY MUCH Info@cener.com www.cener.com T: + 34 948 252 800

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