Wexford County Hall
Wexford County Council (Comhairle Contae Loch Garman) is the authority responsible for local government in County Wexford, Ireland. The council is responsible for housing and community, roads and transportation, urban planning and development, waste and recycling, business, amenity and culture, and environment. Wexford County Council had previously been based in an aging facility in Spawell Road. The new building, which was designed by Robin Lee Architecture, officially opened in 2011 and received a Civic Trust Award in 2012.
We are looking for:
The energy demand is higher during the peak hours (8:00 to 18:00) with capacity 150-175kW and night load (21:00 to 7:30) with capacity 65kW. The facility is equipped with a Building Energy Management System (BeMS). A 10kWp PV system is installed on the roof of the building. There is no storage technology installed at present. We are looking for charge batteries at night rate discharge during daytime for consumption optimisation.
About the Storage Challenge
Wexford County Council commits to achieving targets of 33% improvements in energy efficiency by 2020, 50% improvement by 2030: and 30% reduction in carbon emissions by 2030. Therefore, energy storage would allow the Wexford Coco to enhance completely energy self-sufficient, testing and familiarize with Battery technology and to replicate to other sites.
Usable Capacity: 10 kWh
Power, discharging cont.: 2-3 kW
Power, charging, cont.: 2-3 kW
Voltage level: 48/ 230 V
Temperature range: 5°C - 30°C
headword / technology: open for different energy storage