The LEMENE Microgrid Project is a smart grid project being developed in Marjamaki Industrial area, Pirkanmaa, Finland. It is an advanced grid infrastructure microgrid renewable integration project.
The installation of the project began in 2018.
The LEMENE Microgrid Project is currently under construction and will use smart grid technology. The project has a rated capacity of 3,600MWh.
The smart grid project is owned by Lempaalan Energia and is being installed by Siemens.
The LEMENE Microgrid Project has the following equipment associated with it:
- – Gas Engines – 6 units
- – Solar PV Panels – 15000 units
LEMENE Microgrid Project development status
The development of LEMENE Microgrid Project was started in 2018.
Lempaalan Energia has partnered with Siemens to construct and complete the LEMENE Microgrid Project.
– Lempaalan Energia has awarded Siemens to implement a self-sufficient smart grid system in the industrial area of Marjamaki, Finland. – Siemens’ scope of supply encompasses design and engineering of a smart medium-voltage microgrid, the corresponding grid automation system and an electrical storage system. – It is located in Marjamaki industry area in the municipality of Lempaala, near Tampere in Finland. – The energy is going to be produced by two solar panel fields, with an annual electricity output of 3,600 MWh and will feature more than 15,000 panels, six gas motors and fuel cells.
Siemens AG (Siemens) is a technology company. Its operations span electrification, automation and digitalization fields. The company designs, develop and manufactures products, and installs complex systems and projects. It also provides a wide range of customized solutions for individual requirements. Siemens focuses on power generation and distribution, and intelligent infrastructure for buildings and distributed energy systems. It provides smart mobility solutions for rail and road transport, medical technology, and digital healthcare services. Siemens has research and development facilities, production plants, warehouses, and sales offices across the world. It serves customers in various industries such as energy, healthcare, infrastructure, process and manufacturing, and others. Siemens is headquartered in Munich, Bavaria, Germany.
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