Norvento has a long track record in research and development of smaller-scale distribution energy technologies, focusing on a growing future of smart grids. Our R&D efforts have resulted in the most advanced technology in the renewable sector, as well as extensive knowledge in the operation and hybridisation of various solutions.

Our team designs, develops and implements renewable microgrid systems for our customers’ energy independence, enabling the hybridisation of various sources of generation, storage and intelligence for energy management, and providing national and international highly efficient energy solutions for various industries, both autonomous or disconnected from the grid (off-grid) and connected to it (on-grid). Our extensive experience allows us to design solutions adapted to each case, pursuing the highest efficiency by means of our own technology or by means of the best resource.

Our microgrids

Off-grid microgrids

Autonomous system, designed to operate off-grid, either because the system is in an isolated location where the grid does not reach or because the user has decided to disconnect from the grid.

On-grid microgrids

Electrical systems connected to a local, municipal or national power grid to replace all or part of the original consumption.

All the advantages of our microgrids

  • Reduction of electricity costs.
  • Increasing sustainability by maximising the penetration of renewable energies with the integration of battery systems.
  • Reliability and quality of energy. With our advanced systems we ensure constant power supply during critical grid conditions.

We design and develop the best optimal system, integrating different energy generation and storage technologies, both electrical and thermal, covering the power demand required by our customers.

We pave the way towards electrification, eliminating dependence on fossil fuels and making electricity supply cheaper in areas that are difficult to access. Among others, we work in places that depend on a logistical fuel supply chain, suffer from high electricity costs and are exposed to volatile fossil fuel prices. Our clients seek to be efficient by reducing costs while reducing their carbon footprint.

We cover the entire value chain of your project

  • Conceptual design: Our know-how is at your side.
  • Detailed engineering: We carry out an in-depth feasibility analysis and design of the installation.
  • Equipment: We manage the procurement of all components.
  • Cost: We supervise and carry out the chosen solution. We assume responsibility for the execution of the work, up to its start-up.

Our microgrids projects

Our CIne corporate headquarters visualises the broad spectrum of possibilities for a microgrid configuration.
CIne is a zero-energy building that harnesses power generated from 100% renewable sources to supply our research centre, offices and also our vehicle fleet.

With the design, development and implementation of CIne’s energy system (microgrid) and technologies, we have taken our comprehensive capacity to integrate ultra-efficient renewable energies to its fullest expression, and our project has been recognised with the BREEAM sustainability distinction in the exceptional category.

In Alicante, we have designed and executed a collective self-consumption installation with storage for the COMPTEM energy community, developed by the Enercoop Group for the Crevillent Electric Cooperative as part of the MERLON project, financed by the EU through the Horizon 2020 programme.
It has an installed photovoltaic power of 118 kWp on the roof of a multi-purpose canopy and has a lithium-ion battery storage capacity of 242 kWh, aimed at supplying renewable energy to the neighbourhood of the Crevillent district of El Realengo.

The project, which was launched in 2020, is one of the first of its kind in Europe, and is currently being used by Grupo Enercoop as a “living lab” for energy communities of high technological value where knowledge is generated for other initiatives that the Group supports.

This installation usually works connected to the power grid, with which it exchanges energy flows in both directions, but in the event of a grid failure, it would be able to operate off-grid, generating a microgrid with the same voltage and frequency parameters as the conventional grid, maintaining the regularity, quality and continuity of supply to users.