In the energy sector, DG Twin promotes the dissemination of renewable energies, decentralized production, the creation of intelligent and safe networks, the increase in energy efficiency.
DG Twin has developed a digital technology capable of optimizing the management of energy flows in micro-grids.
We are also already developing:
Control systems for the optimal integration of the hydrogen vector serving users not necessarily connected to national gas and electricity networks.
Energy efficiency solutions for multi-source micro-grids through the DGenergy
DGenergy is a digital tool useful for the modernization of the electricity grid, which offers new services based on intelligent grids 8which exploit the knowledge deriving from data.
Our digital platform enables access to cheaper and more sustainable energy for consumers, with environmental and social benefits.
DGenergy is capable of:
predict and optimize energy flows: to increase the penetrability of renewable sources, balancing supply and demand and reducing waste
include seasonal hydrogen storage in power-to-gas applications: for efficient use of the micro-grid throughout the calendar year
The European Union aims to reduce net greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55% before 2030, compared to 1990 levels. Achieving this goal over the next decade is key for the Europe to become the world's leading neutral climate impact continent by 2050.
It is estimated that by 2050, the amount of electricity in final energy demand will rise to 53%, with over 80% of electricity derived from renewable sources. Furthermore, the traditional consumer portfolio will transform into an electricity system that will increasingly include distributed generation and storage.
The energy system is undergoing deep transformation, through an ever-increasing digitization of energy assets.
An intelligent energy system supported by the Internet of Things and artificial intelligence can bring significant benefits to consumers, providing the appropriate tools to better understand and manage consumption, production, and storage, with growing amounts of renewable energy, a decentralized generation and deployment of new loads on networks, such as for charging electric vehicles.
The use of smart grids can lead to significant improvements in the management of energy sources at various levels, that is in the collection, transformation and use of energy derived from sources that are intrinsically variable over time, without waste.