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Energy telemanagement and monitoring systems

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Progetto Energia provides a telemanagement system for monitoring, controlling, metering and managing outdoor lighting through a web-based software.
Based on new technologies, it saves energy, reduces greenhouse gas emissions, improves outdoor lighting reliability and lowers the maintenance cost.
Each individual light point can be switched off/on or dimmed at any time. Operating state, energy consumption and failures are reported and stored in a database with exact timestamp and geographical
location. All the received information is stored on dedicated servers making the data available for longterm evaluations like energy analysis, lamp life time forecasting, problem detection, etc.

Progetto Energia helps public lighting managers to assure the right lighting level on streets while improving reliability of outdoor lighting and reducing operating costs.
Due to its architecture Progetto Energia makes the public lighting network part of the internet, enabling to do anything whatever possible with modern web based applications. By using electronic powerline comunication EN 500-65 1 FSK each luminarie is individually controlled, monitored and manipulated to save energy and increase the streets safety level increasing the power factor till 0,99. Each lamp can be step-less dimmed individually, depending on the day, the traffic and climatic conditions. In periods when the traffic is low the need for light is lower, according to EN13201/2/ 3/ 4 and the illumination level can be reduced.

Here are some standard operations:
1. The constant control of the state of the equipment and the safety of the entire plant, in particular it measures:
1. The active energy (total and for each phase);
2. The reactive energy (overall and for each phase);
3. The cosφ (the power factor);
4. The active, reactive and total power (overall and for each phase);
5. Any imbalances and malfunctions of the cable distribution system;
6.The unique identification of faulty components (each plant and each armor are equipped with a code that uniquely identifies them);
7. The monitoring and recording on graphical diagrams.


Getting more and more energy from fewer resources
Getting more and more light from fewer energy

Energy efficiency

The European Union approved tougher energy-saving rules while pursuing a separate plan to limit their impact on demand for allowances to discharge carbon dioxide in the world's biggest emissions-trading market. The European Parliament endorsed a draft law that will require energy distributors to save 1.5 percent of their sale volumes annually. The legislation will also force central governments in the 27-nation EU to refurbish at least 3 percent of their buildings to higher efficiency standards every year. The bloc's national governments have already signalled support for the law, making their final approval a formality in coming weeks.
Read all - Read the European Parliament legislative resolution

Public lighting

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Actions to improve public lighting energy efficiency in the municipalities of Italy
Do you want to turn your energy costs in new development opportunities for your area?
Do you want to find a response to the rising costs of energy supplies? To the constant reduction in revenue? What do we propose through this program?

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European Com. Programs

Progetto Energia s.r.l. is a Greenlight Endorser. The GreenLight Programme is an initiative promoted by the European Commission encouraging pollution prevention electricity consumers to engage in their facilities to install efficient lighting technologies from an energetic point of view.

Progetto Energia s.r.l. supports the Covenant of Mayors. The Covenant of Mayors is the mainstream European movement involving local and regional authorities, voluntarily committing to increasing energy efficiency and use of renewable energy sources on their territories.

Progetto Energia s.r.l. is a Motor Challenge Endorser. Motor Challenge is an Europaen programme whose aim is to help industries to save energy and improve enviroment.

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