Data Providers – Energy & Environment
generation, distribution and commercialization of electricity, gas and utility services.
The Spanish electricity sector is based on a market model, in which regulated activities coexist
under a natural monopoly, such as transport and distribution, with others on free competition
conditions such as production and marketing. The level of security and quality of electricity
supply is high, given the level of investment in the distribution networks in recent years and
the existence of a mixture of sources of diversified energy sources, especially if we take into
account the low level of interconnections. EDP Spain holds an important place in the various
activities of the value chain of electricity.
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Presenting the grid in figures, the Company oversees 16,390 kilometres of underground cables and overhead lines as well as 5,183 substations. Ljubljana, the capital city, relies almost exclusively on the underground network and covers an area of 149 sq km while the cables stretch on over 2.697 km. The Company boasts with the following certificates: ISO 9001 (Quality Management System), ISO 14001 (Environmental Management System), ISO 27001 (Data Protection Management System) and OHSAS 18001 (Occupational Health & Safety Management System), which attests company’s dedication towards quality-orientated organisation and policy. The Company’s mission is a complete supply of electricity to consumers and performance of ancillary services.
EMASESA began its activity on October 23, 1974, when it was created by the City of Seville as a municipal private company, having changed its denomination as Metropolitan on May 8, 2007. EMASESA manages the direct supply of drinking water in the capital of Seville and other 12 municipalities in the area. He is also responsible for the public sewage and purification service in this area.
The organization of EMASESA has been characterized as a pioneering one in the management of the Integral Water Cycle from the public service perspective along with environmental responsibility. Both concepts have also been transferred to the citizenship, obtaining a significant index of environmental awareness.
EMASESA has defined a Policy of its Integrated Management System, which encompasses the Quality, Environmental, Occupational Risk Prevention, RTD and Water Safety Plans.
EMASESA belongs to national and international networks and platforms in the field like: PLANETA, Asociación Española de Abastecimientos de Agua y Saneamiento; European Public Water.
Energa Operator runs grid consisted of 110 kV lines (6,442 km), 15 kV lines (67,366 km), 0,4 kV lines (110 619 km), 110/15 kV/kV, main system substations (493) and 15/0,4 kV/kV substations (59 084). Energa Operator supply electrical energy to 2.8 mln customers, including 0.29 mln business customers. The energy delivered to customers (sold) in Q2 2016 was equal to 5,5 TWh.
AMI Project started in Energa Operator in 29.06.2010. It included the implementation of a central IT system, and the implementation of smart metering infrastructure. Developed standards for communication, which take into account the meter data model COSEM objects and Data Terminal Unit, precise guidelines for the implementation of all the used communication protocols (eg. DLMS, HDLC, PRIME), its own communication protocol between the application and the hub (DCSAP) and defined security mechanisms for all system components. More than 840k meters was installed on Energa-Operator grid within 6 years of the roll out of the project.
facilitating and promoting sustainable development initiatives in the country, particularly in
the solid waste management field
Nipe Fagio, as a recognized and well-known local organization, has engaged in World Bank
activities across the years, participating in multiple community engagements. In 2018, the
World Bank supported Nipe Fagio to lead the World Cleanup Day in Tanzania as part of the
Let’s Do It Tanzania project. As part of LDI-TZ, we mapped over 5,000 trash spots in Dar es
Salaam and conducted over 150 cleanups.
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VIRTUAL POWER SOLUTIONS SA
The EDI data providers (DPs) are large corporates that work side-by-side with us to propose exciting big data challenges based on real-life scenarios in their day-to-day running, for our top startups to solve throughout the 8-month programme. In 2018 we began with 15 data providers proposing challenges in the following sectors: Energy & Environment (3), Industry 4.0 (2), Internet & Media (3), Retail (2) and Smart Cities (3).
For this second round of EDI, we are honoured to have 5 more prestigious DPs come on board. The challenges proposed this year by our 20 DPs span the following: Energy & Environment (7), Finance (1), Gaming (1), Internet & Media (4), Retail (3), Smart Cities (1), Sports (2) and Transport & Logistics (2)
We still have a couple of spots open to join the EDI programme as a Data Provider.
Apply now to join this prestigious list of forward-thinking companies that will have their challenges solved by our dynamic startups.