One of the fundamental pillars of Intergia’s business strategy is to participate in research activities. We are working in areas, such as energy and sustainability, in which knowledge and technology are advancing at great speed. Therefore, knowing the State-of-the-Art and participating in its improvement is very useful.
The research developed by Intergia is transversal and multidisciplinary. This enriches the results and brings novelty by combining complementary approaches: energy, sustainability, applications to specific sectors and innovation management in organizations.
Intergia is a member of the Wine Technology Platform. It has also collaborated or is collaborating with researchers from institutions such as LIFTEC (Laboratory for Research in Fluid Dynamics and Combustion Technologies), CSIC (Spanish National Research Council), ITQ (Institute of Chemical Technology), IRI (Institute of Robotics and Industrial Computing) and the University of Zaragoza.
The open lines of research are:
Micro-grids with renewable generation
Energy sizing of stand-alone microgrids
Model predictive control (MPC)
Long-term energy storage (seasonal)
Energy storage in hydrogen
Energy storage in redox flow batteries
Optimal photovoltaic field design
Energy supply in critical facilities
Climate change mitigation and adaptation in the wine sector
Sustainability measures on agricultural and livestock farms
Adoption of sustainability by companies
Rural Energy Communities