16 de diciembre del 2013 - 17:31

The European project 'Dareed' starts

Last Friday, September the 5th, took place the first working session of the Community project Dareed at the headquarter of Emasesa. After an opening ceremony chaired by José Luis Calvo, president of Isotrol, and Jesus Maza, CEO of Emasesa and vice-president of Corporación de Empresas Municipales (CEMS), Bluenet building hosted the second day of work on this project, which will convert Seville into a testing field on energy efficiency.

Representatives of mainstream media came last Friday to Emasesa's headquarters to attend the presentation of the European project Dareed, with which a technological platform capable of energy management under a Smart City concept will be developed, and will utilized the Old District of Seville as pilot scenario.

The event was opened by José Luis Calvo, president of Isotrol, accompanied by Jesús Maza, CEO of Emasesa and vice-president of the Corporación de Empresas Municipales (CEMS). The occasion brought together representatives of the twelve entities involved: ENEL, German technological companies Cleopa GmbH and Open Experience, the town council of Seville through CEMS, councils of Cambridgeshire and Lizzanello, the Italian Bologna University and London's Brunel University, in addition to the Italian Engineering, Design and Materials Technologies Center, the Andalusian Institute of Technology and Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.

Isotrol as project leader has a central role in the organization of these working sessions, which are been hold at Isotrol facilities in the Bluenet.

Leading project coordination are José Fernando Franquelo, director of Innovation and Business Development unit, and Elisa Morón, I+D+i responsible, who have done an important management job on granting the leadership of this European initiative and are entirely involved in launching this Community project.

Thus, Dareed starts its career and counts on Isotrol's capacity to advance on a smarter and more efficient model of energy management for our cities.

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