Since its foundation, SAMPOL has been known for its innovative capacity, betting on new technologies that are able to create added value for its clients.
Over the last few years, SAMPOL has wanted to go further, investing in Research and Development in new energy saving techniques to be applied to power management and Smart Grids.
SAMPOL has participated in European R&D projects, leading to an increase in the number of people involved year after year. During the last few years, Sampol has carried out the following European projects:
Seventh European FP7 project Wattalyst for the use of demand management in public buildings and houses.
Optimization of the use of solar thermal energy in the Parc Bit cogeneration plant has been studied. The project, developed in collaboration with Shine-Solnet within the European-funded Marie Curie doctoral program, aimed at predicting the price of the electricity market and modelling the power plant.
Thanks to European projects, SAMPOL collaborates with the following research entities: