Tecnatom and SENER join forces to develop the Smart Digital Plant of the future for the Chinese giant SPIC

The international engineering and technology groups Tecnatom and SENER have been selected by the electricity utility SPIC to undertake a project for the digitalisation of its future electricity-generating plants, known as Smart Power Plant. The concept consists of developing a new model for the design, construction and operation of electricity-generating plants that will combine the synergies existing between the different phases with a view to optimising timeframes and costs throughout the entire lifetime of the facility.

Furthermore, the development will allow for significant improvements in the efficiency of plant operating and maintenance processes, increasing production and availability and reducing costs.

The Smart Power Plant is constructed on the basis of digitalisation technologies that the two companies have been incorporating in their products and services portfolios for a number of years, leading concepts such as Digital Twin, the Internet of Things (IoT), Cybersecurity and Artificial Intelligence applied to Machine Learning at industrial level.

Another of the strong points of this novelty digital concept is that it can be applied in other similar sectors, such as renewable energies, oil & gas and major infrastructures.

The signing of this contract gives a new boost to the strategic technological collaboration agreement signed between SPIC and Tecnatom in the energy-related field.

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