Versión española

Crevillent is a city on the Mediterranean coast of Spain. The grid is managed by Cooperative Crevillent, a part of Enercoop which manages 14,315 consumers (13047 households and 1268 companies) in low voltage network; and 30 consumers in medium voltage network (mainly industrial and service sector companies).

The entire energy production of the entity has zero emissions and is working hard to get all the generated and distributed energy 100% clean. The experience and background has led the company to be one of the most important cooperatives in Spain having a great international prestige. Enercoop have installed and integrated into their grid more than 75,000 PV panels in solar plants, 2,000 modules of PV panels in solar roofs.

Pilot site infrastructure and services already in use

The network of the Crevillente field test is composed by one primary substation (132kV/20kV) with a nominal power equal to 40MVA that provides electricity to 14.129 consumers in low voltage network and 30 consumers in medium voltage network (mainly industrial and service sector companies).

Crevillente Substation 132/20kV

The components of the substation in the 132kV side are:

  • One power transformer 132kV with GIS (Gas Insulated Switchgear) technology.
  • One power transformer 132/20kV with 40MVA of nominal power (T4).
  • One capacitor battery: 7.2 MVAr 20kV.
  • One power transformer for auxiliary services 250 kVA.

Power transformer 132kV with GIS technology

In the 20kV side of the substation there are 14 cubicles supplied by power transformer T4:

  • 1 cubicle from the power transformer T4.
  • 8 cubicles for supply energy to the medium voltage network.
  • 1 cubicle for measurements.

Protection Cubicles 20kV in the Substation

Concerning the medium voltage distribution grid, it is composed by 11 general branches with a total length of conductor equal to 122,474 m. This distribution grid is composed of both overhead and underground lines.

WiseGRID tools and technologies to be deployed:

  • WG IOP All the logistics needed for the well-functioning of WG IOP (smart meters, sensors…) will be deployed in strategic places of the Enercoop infrastructure.
  • WG COCKPIT WG cockpit will help operators to manage its medium voltage and low voltage networks and also the substations owned by Enercoop.
  • WISECORP To manage other parts of the company such as the headquarters or the warehouse
  • WISECOOP The implementation of WiseCOOP will be very useful to the cooperative due to the fact that Enercoop has retailer functions.
  • WiseHOME The WiseHOME app will be available for all cooperative members to help them make a more efficient use of the energy and become empowered actors.
  • WG FastV2G At least one FastV2G will be deployed in the central building of Enercoop.
  • WiseEVP Some Enercoop operators can make the function of EVSE Operator in order to manage and visualize WiseEVP possibilities.
  • WG RESCO Enercoop has to reach agreements with some RESCOs and, in the same way, these RESCOs have to reach agreements with some Enercoop clients.

NOTE: please note that as the project is developing in a dynamic way, changes are always possible.

Events organised for the neighbourhood

15 March 2018 - 7 pm: citizen’s engagement workshop. 

More information can be found here!

Active participation by citizens in decision-making processes for local development

In the last couple of months the project has organised 4 citizen engagement workshop in 4 different pilot sites in Greece, Spain, Belgium and Italy. These pilot site workshops were planned and designed to contribute to the overall project objectives to include citizens in the different decision-making processes. The community engagement workshops informed the citizens about the deployment of the WiseGRID tools in their neighborhood and provided a platform to ask questions and to give feedback and suggestions. 

We gathered feedback of each workshop:

15 March 2018 - Crevillent



15 Mar

Citizen workshop: Smarter systems. Empowered citizens, Crevillent

Workshop to explain and demonstrate the WiseGRID tools that will be deployed in Crevillent.

More information can be found here (English).
Más información se puede encontrar aquí (español).

06 Apr

WiseGRID Final Event, Brussels

After 4 years and 3 awards, the partners of WiseGRID are coming together to present their findings and showcase how the WiseGRID tools can enable a decentralised energy system where all market players, including cooperatives and small and medium-sized enterprises can equally participate in the energy market.

Register your attendance to the Final Conference! The event includes an overview of achievements, panel discussion and networking lunch. Participate in hands-on demonstrations of the tools and engage in discussions with fellow participants.

We look forward to seeing you there!


10:30 - Registration and coffee
11:00 - Welcome and introduction to the WiseGRID project - Mr. Antonio Marqués, ETRA
11:15 - Project achievements - Álvaro Nofuentes and Esteban Pastor
11:45 - Panel discussion and questions from the audience

Moderated by Myriam Castanié,

• Josh Roberts, Advocacy officer,
• Ine Swennen, Pilot site representative, Ecopower cv 
• Antonis Papanikolaou, WiseHOME developer, Hypertech
• Francesca Santori, DSO representative, ASM Terni 

12:45 - Networking lunch
14:00 - Roundtables WiseGRID tools

• WiseHOME, WiseCOOP• WG Cockpit

15:30 - Closing - By Antonio Marqués, ETRA
15:40 to 16:00 - Networking drinks


Monday April 6th from 10:30 until 16:00

Les Ateliers des Tanneurs, Rue des Tanneurs 60A, Brussels, Belgium




Register - Limited spaces!

11 Feb

WiseGRID at BRIDGE General Assembly, Brussels

BRIDGE is an initiative by the European Commission to bring together Horizon 2020 projects in the fields of smart grids and energy storage with its General Assembly taking place February 11th - 12th in Brussels.

One of the aims of the assembly is for the Working Groups to present their reports that cover cross-cutting issues such as Data Management, Business Models, Regulation and Customer Engagement along with the Task Forces who cover Energy Communities, Replicability/Scalability Analysis and Joint Communication.

Another aim is for projects to share what they are learning and to find any common ground between the findings of other projects. ETRA's Esteban Pastor Calatayud promoted the findings of WiseGRID to the assembly and shared recommendations for the future, seen here on Twitter. 

21 Apr

Final Conference (Online),

The event will take place on Tuesday April 21st online.
Participation is free of charge but registration is mandatory since the number of participants is limited. Registration is on a first come, first served basis, so be sure to register if you would like a space.


10.00 - 10.20
Welcome and introduction - Mr. Antonio Marqués, ETRA

10.20 - 10.40
Project achievements
Esteban Pastor Calatayud, Álvaro Nofuentes Prieto, ETRA

10.40 - 11.45
Panel discussion and questions from the audience.
Moderator: Myriam Castanié,

• Josh Roberts, Advocacy officer,
• Mariana Stantcheva, EU Commision (TBC)
• Vincent Dierickx, EnergieID
• Antonis Papanikolaou, WiseHOME developer, Hypertech
• Francesca Santori, DSO representative, ASM Terni
• Esteban Pastor Calatayud, ETRA

11.45 - 12.00
Offline Break

12.00 - 13.15
Presentation of WiseGRID tools

• WG Cockpit + StaaS/VPP - Alberto (ETRA), Francesca (ASM), Giusi (ENG)
• WiseCORP + WiseCOOP - Diego (ETRA), Vincent (EID
• WiseEVP + FASTV2G - Julio (ITE), Joachim (PARTA), Esteban (ETRA)

13.15 - 13.30
Conclusion - Antonio Marqués, ETRA

Register here

30 Apr

Online Event with the Romanian Energy Center, Online

The Romanian Energy Center is pleased to invite you to the Stakeholders Consultation Event and synergies within the European H2020 Projects SOGNO, WISEGRID, PHOENIX, CROSSBOW and DEFENDER. The event will be organized as an Online Video-Conference, will stimulate discussions and will include Demonstrations of the Tools and Solutions developed within the EU Projects.

Objective: Dissemination of the Projects Solutions for the Management of Variable Renewable Energies and Storage Units enabling more Secure Smart Grid; Identify synergies within EU H2020 Projects, and Consultation with Stakeholders on the preliminary results on T&D grid operation, regulation, standardization, as well as New Solutions and Services proposed to TSOs and DSOs for improving the operation and security of the electricity grid; Presentation of integrated solutions and Business Models for the integration of more RES into the European Smart Grid with increased protection and fast mitigation of the Cyber-Attacks against assets and the Networks of the Future.

Questions ?

Do you have questions about the project, tools or pilot sites? Let us know.