MOVES 2019 – INFRASTRUCTURE AID FOR CHARGING ELECTRIC VEHICLES MOVESI

1. TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ACTION

Installation of 4 semi-fast chargers of 22kW from the manufacturer POWER ELECTRONICS, two type 2 female connectors according to EN 62196-2 per 3x32A charger per socket (in alternating current). Charging mode 3 for all chargers according to EN 61851-1. The estimated recharging time for vehicles is between 2 and 4 hours depending on the vehicle manufacturer and the characteristics of the batteries. Due to the number of sockets that will be available, a total of 8 electric vehicles can be recharged simultaneously. Vehicle chargers will be equipped with a three-phase meter with MID class B certification according to EN 50470-3 per connector so that the user can use an APP as a payment system. Likewise, there will be a management platform to control the use and consumption of each of the chargers. The communication protocol of the chargers will be OCPP1.6 and the activation of the chargers will be carried out through an RFID card. The installation will be done according to what is established in the REBT in the ITC-BT-52 according to the connection scheme 4.b of the same ITC and an SPL will be installed to the LGA of the transformation center to be able to size the installation of the chargers of electric vehicles with a simultaneity factor of 30% as indicated in the low voltage electrotechnical regulation itself.

2. LOCATION OF CHARGING POINTS

3. ENERGY SAVING AND CO2 EMISSIONS REDUCTION

With the installation of this equipment we expect a reduction of 77.84 toe / year, and 213.68 tCO2 / year

4. INVESTMENT AND AID

The installation of these charging points from V.E. has required an investment of 28,997, which has been supported within the aid for the implementation of infrastructure for recharging electric vehicles and loan systems for electric bicycles within the incentive program for efficient and sustainable mobility (MOVES), with charge to the 2019 budget (MOVES-Valencian Community Infrastructure Program) with a maximum of € 11,484

Implementation of an electrical energy system to supply gantry cranes

On December 29, 2017, the IVACE Presidency issued a resolution approving the granting of the following aid:

CALL: RESOLUTION of May 17, 2017, from the president of the Valencian Institute of Business Competitiveness (IVACE), which calls for aid in energy efficiency in industry and in tertiary sector buildings, charged to the budget for the year 2017. (DOGV núm. 8049, de 26.05.2017).

EXPEDIENTE: E4IN12/2017/11

PROGRAM: SAVINGS AND ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN INDUSTRY 2017

ACTION: INVESTMENTS IN ENERGY SAVING MEASURES (IN12).

SUBSIDIZED PROJECT: IMPLEMENTATION OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY SYSTEM FOR POWER SUPPLY OF PORTIC CRANES TYPE RTG (6UD) IN MARINE LOADING AND UNLOADING TERMINAL. (ELECTRIFICATION OF DIESEL MACHINERY).

BENEFICIARY: MSC TERMINAL VALENCIA SA

GRANT AWARDED: 178.075,71€

ANNEXED

Below are the general conditions for granting the aid and that constitute the DECA (Document Establishing the Conditions of the Aid), provided for in article 125.3 c) of Regulation (EU) No. 1303/2013 (hereinafter RDC) in the framework of the FEDER Operational Program of the Valencian Community 2014-2020 (hereinafter POCV):

1. The project must be executed in accordance with the provisions of the regulatory bases, in the call, in the technical report submitted by the beneficiary entity, in the notification of the concession resolution and in the Justification Instructions. The amount subject to aid, the public contribution granted and the deadline for justifying the project are those set out in the notification of the award.

2. With the tacit acceptance of the aid, the beneficiary entity:

  • acknowledges having sufficient administrative, financial and operational capacity to meet the conditions thereof.
  • undertakes to maintain anti-fraud behavior in its management area and to collaborate with any Administration to avoid fraudulent behavior in society (double financing, counterfeiting, rigged contracting, collusive tenders, conflict of interest, manipulation of offers, splitting of expenses, etc. ).
  • undertakes to guard the documentation proving the execution and that related to the project until the date that will be communicated by the IVACE when it performs the final verification thereof, so that the audit trail is maintained in accordance with the provisions of article 125.4 and 140 of the RDC and in legislation on subsidies and state aid.
  • it is obliged to maintain a separate accounting system or assign a suitable accounting code to all transactions related to the project.

3. The specific requirements of the result pursued by the project must comply with what is indicated in the technical report presented by the beneficiary entity; the financial plan and the execution schedule must also respect what is specified therein, although with the specifications of eligible costs and deadlines indicated in the notification of the award resolution.

4. The aid granted is aimed at “favoring the transition to a low carbon economy in all sectors” (OT 4_ POCV 2014-2020) through energy saving and efficiency projects in the industrial and building sector and energy systems. energy management (OE 4.2.1).

Among the indicators proposed for the evaluation of these objectives is the following:

  • Reduction of final energy consumption in public infrastructures or companies (ktep / year) (E001)

These data must be recorded in the sections established for this purpose in the final results report and / or will be exploited by IVACE based on the information provided.

5. As the beneficiary entity of the aid, it will be subject to the obligations regarding information and publicity according to article 115 and Annex XII of the RDC. These obligations are explained in the Justification Instructions. Likewise, the subsidized project will be included in the list of operations published in accordance with the provisions of article 115.2 of the RDC and in the National Subsidies Database.

Development of an on-site portable pulley wear preventive verification system

MSC Terminal Valencia SAU develops an I + D + I project aimed at controlling the wear of the pulleys, in collaboration with the Technological Institute of Energy (ITE), which proposes research in the design and development of a portable system that allows carrying out Measurement actions aimed at inspecting wear on the pulleys located in the different capital goods of the port terminals.

Within this line of work, the project seeks to obtain a robust and reliable system that replaces the manual inspection of the pulleys by comparison with known patterns (gauges), by a quantitative method that allows recording the evolution of wear or appearance of significant defects in said element. It is intended to cover the market deficiencies in terms of automated pulley wear measurement systems, which can meet the needs in this regard, with the ability to adapt to the specific size range of the pulleys used in the MSC Valencia terminal, also enabling the carrying out on-site measurements on the cranes.

The project is funded by the “2010-2011 Technological Research and Development Program” for large IMPIVA companies through the European Regional Development Fund (FEDER), within a 2-year framework, with file IMIDTF / 2010/288

As a specific objective of the first development phase contemplated in the first annuity, it is intended to establish the best solution, which seeks a balance between the cost of the solution and associated benefits when solving the aforementioned problem, making a sequential approach starting with more complex solutions that could provide more information such as profiling systems based on purely optical laser equipment or artificial vision equipment.

Chiller change project

With the sole objective of reducing the energy consumption of the installation and thereby improving the performance of the installation as a whole, it has been decided to carry out the following action:

Install a system consisting of a heat pump type water chiller with the same characteristics and the same manufacturer, but technologically updated to the operating requirements, thus being the replacement of the existing element by the one adopted of greater simplicity in terms of hydraulic connections and electrical, and being more efficient with respect to the element to be replaced in terms of simultaneous heat and cold generation; Regarding the pumping system, currently consisting of a dual pump group for the cold circuit and for the heat and recovery module, it is proposed to add frequency variators for both pumping elements, thus also increasing the energy efficiency of the system. ; Regarding the hydraulic network, it remains as such, checking points damaged by use and replacing where it is considered mandatory, with their corresponding supports and accessories.

According to the corresponding calculations, we would obtain the following results as detailed below:

Final energy savings (KWh) and primary energy (KWh) and its equivalent in euros

  • Final energy savings (kWh): 475,674 kWh
  • Primary energy savings (kWh): 1.003.672,14 kWh
  • Economic savings (€/año): 49.946,20 €

Reductions in associated CO2 emissions

  • Annual CO2 Emissions Reduction: 84.669,97 kg CO2

E-RTG acquisition

The Project Consists of the Acquisition of the E-RTG that we have introduced
consists of the improvement and conversion of the traditional machinery with a
fossil fuel, to a machine, for the movement of containers, more
respectful with the environment “E-RTG” by providing a system capable of
contact the power grid.

The new system installed on the machine is fed from the electrical network through
an installation of electrical conductors (catenary type) located in the
containers.

The system installed thanks to its “drive in” system allows connection / disconnection
of the machine automatically when entering to work in the blocks of containers.
The diesel generator of the machine has not been disassembled to allow
movements between blocks (see attached electrical diagram).

The drive in unit has been installed next to the diesel generator under the portal beam.

These couplings / decouples are monitored and protected by a series of control circuits.
security control and sensors. Activation of movement units
horizontal, vertical and carriage are controlled by independent electric motors.
All processes are controlled by a PLC.

This new control installation is installed inside a refrigerated cabinet
made of stainless steel, accessible next to the electrical room.

These machines also have a diesel engine of the fuel saver type, which allows
the reduction of the rpm automatically when the machine is idle, when
does not work in electrical mode, exclusive use outside the storage area,
approximately 10% of the operating time.

Likewise, the traditional technology luminaires have been replaced by a
LED type with automatic shutdown.

This achieves an estimated saving of up to 30%.

With the following Results:
Energy consumed before and after the action (tep / year)

  • Energy consumed before the action = 371.10 tep / year

Final energy savings (tep / year) and primary (tep / year) 1 and equivalent in euros

  • Final energy savings = 269.60 tep / year
  • Primary energy savings = 177,51 tep/año
  • Economic savings = 122.883,09 €

Reduction of CO2 emissions associated with the proposals.

  • Reduction of associated CO2 emissions = 392,16 tCO2/year