Novento leads the project Comprehensive Modularity to Install 100% Renewable Energy Systems in Remote Locations (MODUL). The aim of the project is to develop technologies to make the implementation of clean energy in remote regions easier. These self-raising modular systems will be optimized to operate in extreme weather and will be installed in an autonomous and simple way. The MODUL project arises from the necessity to reduce electricity costs in remote areas worldwide. It will improve the logistics related to the installation of renewable energy systems in remote areas, improving the transportation, deployment and installation and reducing their associated costs. The challenge will be carried out by a SMEs consortium of Galician companies that have the capacities and necessary knowledge to cover all the stages of the project: Norvento Enerxía, TEMHA and Artabro-Samdeu.
Moreover, the following technological centres will also collaborate in the project: CETIM (Technological Centre of Multisectoral Research) and CITEEC (Centre for the Innovation in Construction and Civil Engineering).
The MODUL project forms part of the programme CONECTA PEME 2018 and it is financed by Galician Regional Government (Xunta de Galicia) and Galician Innovation Agency (GAIN) with the support of Galician Economy, Employment and Industry Department and co-financed by FEDER in the programme Feder Galicia 2014-2020. Read more