The OMI Group understands innovation as a continuous, common and collaborative process, both internally and externally. The process is common, given that the staff members of the different companies of the Group must actively participate in it. It is collaborative from an internal point of view, because it is a process in which the different companies, units and staff members must collaborate closely in order to achieve the established objectives. It is collaborative from an external point of view, because the Group understands innovation as a process in which the different entities in its environment must also be involved, especially the suppliers, manufacturers and consultants who collaborate with the Group's companies and the different Universities and Technology Centers with which it relates.

Pyme Innovadora

 

Here is a summary of each project in which we participate:

MoMEBIA project

MONITORING THE ELECTRICITY MARKET BASED ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TECHNIQUES

 

•    FINANCING ENTITY

The project has been funded by the Ministry of Science and Innovation and the State Research Agency.

 

•     ANNOUNCEMENT

CHALLENGES-COLLABORATION 2019 of the State Program for Research, Development and Innovation Oriented to the Challenges of Society, within the framework of the State Plan for Scientific and Technical Research and Innovation 2017-2020.

 

DURATION: October 2020 - December 2022

The MoMEBIA project aims to develop together with the UC3M an automatic and intelligent system for analyzing the evolution of the electricity market based on artificial intelligence techniques, based on the development of new algorithms for the detection of anomalous behaviors in the process of buying and selling of auction-based and continuous market energy.

ministerio ciencia

 

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SIMFLEX project

•    FINANCING ENTITY

The project has been funded by the Center for Industrial Technological Development, attached to the Ministry of Science and Innovation.

 

•     DURATION

From May 2020 to December 2022.

 

•     SUMMARY

The SIMFLEX project addresses the creation of new platforms for the development and operation of local flexibility markets. To this end, the potential design of these markets will be analyzed, so that they are duly integrated with the European Market and the prices provided by it.

cdti

 

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Dres2Market project
dres

•    FINANCING ENTITY

The project has been funded by the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Framework Program.

 

•     DURATION

From August 2020 to January 2023.

 

•     SUMMARY

The Dres2Market project will analyze the different renewable generation technologies that will be integrated into the markets, evaluate the different energy storage solutions and study the system operation in order to identify limitations and propose solutions. Likewise, the regulatory framework will be applied to establish the technical requirements to connect distributed generation to the grid, to export energy to the system and to provide auxiliary services.

 

HORIZON

 

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ReDream project

  

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•    FINANCING ENTITY

The project has been funded by the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Framework Program.

 

•     DURATION

From October 2020 to September 2023.

 

•     SUMMARY

The REDREAM project will provide an active demand management service through an online platform called "STEMY" that will serve to manage energy, improve the predictability of consumption and encourage active participation in the markets by the consumer. Similarly, it will drive the creation of flexible smart grids with the capacity to safely house more renewable energy sources and satisfy all kinds of demands.

 

HORIZON

 

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OneNet project
onet

  

•    FINANCING ENTITY

The project has been funded by the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Framework Program.

 

•     DURATION

From October 2020 to September 2023.

 

•     SUMMARY

The OneNet project aims to define an integrated model for the operation of local markets and associated operating processes, encompassing all the actors involved in several countries of the European Union. An attempt is made to build a customer-centered approach for the operation of the network, in which different flexibility mechanisms will have to be designed and analyzed.

 

HORIZON

 

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V2Market project
onet

•    FINANCING ENTITY

The project has been funded by the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Framework Program.

 

•     DURATION

From October 2020 to September 2024.

 

•     SUMMARY

The V2Market project will incorporate the electric vehicle as a mobile storage element in the electricity system and the market thanks to Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) and Vehicle-to-Building (V2B) technologies. These technologies in combination with energy efficiency tools, Internet of Things (IOT) and global electricity and local-flexible electricity markets will provide benefits for all agents in the value chain.

 

HORIZON

 

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