- The Infecar Exhibition Centre in Gran Canaria will host the hybrid technical seminar “Results of the Enerbuild pilot project” at 10:00 (Canary Islands time) next Monday, 12 December.
- The event, organised by Finnova in collaboration with the Gran Cabildo de Gran Canaria, will be attended by the partners and developers of Enerbuild, the Consejo Insular de la Energia de Gran Canaria, EIT Climate-KIC, Hiper IT! as part of the BPS Gmbh group, SmartUP and Infraspeak,
- The technical conference will be accessible to everyone, subject to registration, both online: https://bit.ly/3VOFBOT, and in person: http://bit.ly/3H56byZ.
With the price of kwh/h rising to unprecedented levels, energy saving is one of the Real Estate sector’s priorities. A urge that the development of innovative tools such as the energy optimisation system Enerbuild, a European pilot project financed 75% by the EIT Climate-KIC, the European community dedicated to the search for technological solutions to combat climate change, aims to reduce the energy consumption of buildings.
Next Monday, 12 December, at 10:00 Canary Islands time, the partners involved in this European initiative are organising a hybrid technical seminar where they will present the results gathered by Enerbuild, an initiative that proposes to combat climate change by relying on Smart-building technology and the Internet of Things, implemented in the socio-health centre, El Sabinal, a building donated by the Cabildo de Gran Canaria, which serves as a residence for the elderly.
The Infecar exhibition centre will bring together representatives linked to this initiative to unveiled the results and discuss both the opportunities and challenges still to be faced by this energy optimisation system. The day will start with a brief presentation on what Enerbuild is by Raúl García Brink, technical coordinator of economic development, energy sovereignty and climate knowledge of the Cabildo de Gran Canaria and Ignacio Chanza, developer of ecosystems in Southern Europe for Climate-KIC.
Once the European Enerbuild project has been presented, representatives of the partners will explain how it is possible to materialise this idea. Carla García, EU Project Officer at Finnova, will be the first to speak, and will offer a holistic view of how through good management of European funds and the cooperation of public-private entities it is possible to create tools that contribute to achieving the energy transition. Jorge Mendes, sales representative in Spain for Infraspeak and Arseny Tarasov, Ceo of Hiper IT, will present how the combination of smart-building technology and the internet of things can reduce the energy consumption of buildings. Finally, Lovren Markic will speak as a representative of SmartUp – Social Innovation Lab Macedonia, and will explain how they collect data, finally revealing the energy efficiency of this European project.
Enerbuild was launched last 15th of August with the aim of raising awareness among citizens, companies and institutions in the Canary Islands and strengthening innovation ecosystems at national and regional level of the need to reduce the effects of climate change. Led by the Consejo Insular de Energía de Gran Canaria, the project combines the internet of things technology of Hiper IT! of the BPS group with the Portuguese maintenance platform Infraspeak in collaboration with Finnova and the Macedonian Social Innovation Lab.
Finnova is a Spanish-Belgian non-profit foundation based in Brussels (Belgium) with a presence in Spain in the Valencian Community, the Basque Country, Andalusia, the Community of Madrid, Extremadura and the Canary Islands. The foundation works for the promotion and development of innovation and entrepreneurship at EU level and operates through collaborations and partnerships in all EU countries. Finnova’s experience in leading communication activities and dissemination of European projects is combined with a solid proven track record in business creation and business support programmes, such as accelerators, incubators and incubators. It is also committed to the training and employability of young people.
About the Energy Island Council of Gran Canaria
An organisation associated with the Cabildo de Gran Canaria that was created with the intention of promoting clean energies, stimulating different energy saving and efficiency policies in homes and economic sectors of the islands, while at the same time promoting research, development and technological innovation together with town councils and other institutions.
Social Innovation Lab, located in Skopje (North Macedonia), dedicates its resources and skills to catalyse innovation in order to offer novel solutions to social problems, connecting institutions, organisations and groups to different opportunities or projects.
About EIT Climate-KIC
EIT Climate-KIC is a community dedicated to innovation and knowledge in climate action. It identifies and supports different initiatives or projects that contribute to the fight against climate change and promote decarbonisation and energy transition.
It is part of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), an independent body of the European Union dedicated to increasing Europe’s competitiveness in areas such as sustainability, economic growth and job creation.
About BPS Group
BPS Group is a German company operating in the field of technology and the real estate market. The firm has developed HiPerWare, an end-to-end platform that with the help of Big Data and the Internet of Things can perform technically complex real estate operations in real time. The data, obtained through sensors placed in buildings or equipment, are analysed in the cloud and processed against thousands of variables that allow to visualise operational processes in 3D and improve the efficiency of maintenance.
Infraspeak is the developer of an intelligent maintenance management platform, a state-of-the-art software capable of connecting to different resources such as platforms and sensors. Infraspeak has extensive experience in the implementation of its software and its connection to Internet of Things sensors, bringing its services to more than 400 customers around the world.
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