Energy self-sufficiency system with local solar energy production which allows for storage in the form of hydrogen for summer surpluses as well as storage on lithium batteries to improve daily self-consumption at the Isles sports complex.
This solution also recovers waste heat from the hydrogen fuel cell in order to pre-heat hot water for the sports buildings.
The Isles sports complex is part of the local self-consumption network, which connects 7 buildings producing electricity thanks to photovoltaics and 20 buildings (belonging to the local authority) that consume it.
The solar power installed on the roofs of the 7 producer buildings is approximately 200 kVA.
Progress of the project
- Prototyping phase (feasibility, design)
- Industrialization phase
- Series production/operation phase