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A global leader in renewable energy, Iberdrola has more than 400,000 secondary substations across the United States, Brazil, the United Kingdom and Spain. These substations house more than 1.5 million medium and low voltage distribution transformers. They provide high-quality services to 31 million electricity supply points. It is in this context that Iberdrola launches Wireless sensors for startup challenge for secondary substations.

It seeks advanced sensor solutions in the secondary substations to increase efficiency and monitor plant conditions and critical equipment such as medium voltage switchgear, medium low voltage transformer, low voltage panels, etc. Sensor data at transformer centers enables preventive maintenance, early detection of anomalies and serious incidents, as well as possible malfunctions.

What is the Iberdrola Global Smart Grids Innovation Hub?

The Iberdrola Wireless Sensors for Secondary Substation Startup Challenge is being launched as part of the new Global Smart Grids Innovation (GSGI) Hub. Iberdrola is building a global smart grid benchmark through open collaboration and collaboration between i-DE engineers, suppliers and startups, as well as various organizations from around the world.

Are you a good fit for the start-up challenge of Iberdrola’s wireless sensors for secondary substations?

The Startup Challenge accepts applications from all startups making sensors for general purposes, including but not limited to detecting stuck terminals, smoke, CO2, intrusion, natural disasters such as flooding, as well as measuring temperature, humidity, and voltage. Iberdrola seeks wireless sensor solutions for:

  • Early detection of serious incidents and anomalies
  • Technology integration with edge computing, AI, camera, computer vision, etc.
  • Plug & Play monitoring system that integrates with BT RTU and Zigbee
  • Optical or thermographic cameras and integrated data processing capabilities

In addition, when evaluating your proposal, Iberdrola will consider sensor solutions using technologies including:

  • Thermal infrared
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI)
  • Computer vision
  • Edge computing

This challenge is also open to proposals that do not fit in this case. Such solutions are also analysed, provided that the competitive advantages of the proposal for a particular type of site are clearly explained.

Discover the benefits of working with Iberdrola

Iberdrola is a well-known name among startups and emerging companies for sustainable innovation. In recent years, Iberdrola has launched more than 20 Global Startup Challenges to address common challenges in today’s energy networks.

Here are the main reasons why you should sign up for the Startup Challenge:

  • Collaboration Agreement & Pilot Test: The prize for the winner consists of cooperation and test agreement with PERSEO or another company of the Iberdrola group. The group will bear the costs of the pilot activities.
  • Access to all areas: Iberdrola will provide the winner with all necessary technical support, as well as a site and real data to test the solution. This includes access to equipment, teams, infrastructure, high-tech locations and shared workspaces.
  • Scale your technology: If the pilot test is satisfactory, Iberdrola can offer the winner the opportunity to scale up the solution by customizing it through commercial agreements.
  • Potential Investment: In addition, PERSEO will consider investing in the participating company and/or the challenge winner.

Your solution will also be included directly in the Global Smart Grids Innovation Hubs registration process as a contributor and able to benefit from the services, activities and resources made available by the GSGI Hub.

How does Iberdrola assess your proposals?

Your proposals will be reviewed by technical specialists from Iberdrola Networks and they will consider the following value propositions, among others:

  • The maturity, reliability and scalability of the solution, including hardware (sensors) and software/algorithm for both equipment management and data processing to generate alerts.
  • The simplicity of installation (Plug & Play function).
  • Whether the solution is low-maintenance and self-sufficient.
  • The total cost of installation and maintenance.
  • Application in other energy assets such as substations and overhead lines.

Timeline and structure of the Iberdrola Wireless Sensors for Secondary Substations Startup Challenge

Applications are now open!

The deadline for submission of applications is – December 19, 2022!
Specialists from the Iberdrola Networks group evaluate your proposals by: February 2023.
The pilot project will start in 2023 – details to follow soon!

Ready to scale your wireless sensor solution with Iberdrola? Click here to apply today!

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