4 M€
Budget
7
Partners
30 kWc
PV production
32 kWh
lead batteries storage

Solenbat optimises the active energy efficiency of buildings

The Solenbat project aims to maximise the capacity of a building to become an energy provider. Studies and experiments focus on reducing consumption, local PV electricity production, energy storage and smart management of the exchange of electricity with the public grid.

The challenges of the project
Measure and analyse consumption

Measure and analyse energy consumption, in accordance with the five uses of L2 Building Regulations.

Optimise photovoltaic production

Maximise photovoltaic production and self-sufficiency from the renewable energy produced by Smart Buildings.

Optimise the electrical flow with the grid

Optimise the electrical flow exchanged with the grid according to fluctuations in the price of electricity.

Definition of technical solutions

Define technical solutions and economical optimisation models that are easy to reproduce.

The objective of the Solenbat project

Socomec energy storage solutions have been used in the four demonstrators of the Solenbat project. Developed under this project, Socomec's new industrial and logistics centre automatically adjusts its production and energy consumption according to outside weather conditions (current or forecast) and to the number of people on the premises (week, weekends, number of occupants...), while maintaining the thermal comfort of the occupants.

Our energy storage references

Nice Grid
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Paradise
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Stem
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