DEXMA was founded in 2007 with a clear objective: to disrupt the energy management software market by creating innovative tools to save energy and improve the energy performance of buildings.
Ever since, we have beein strengtheninga cutting edge research &
development strategy led by an expert team that delivers energy innovation projects at the national and international levels. This is how DEXMA plays an important role in bringing emerging trends such as blockchain, artificial intelligence, storage, microgrids, demand response and more to energy markets worldwide.
Do you have an energy innovation project in mind? Get in touch with the R&D team if you think we can collaborate:
The objectives of the FEEdBACk project are to develop, integrate and trial a wide range of energy-focused ICT and behaviour modification applications, that will be used to engage energy users and permit them to understand and change their energy consumption-related behaviour in three different built environments (Office/Research Labs, Schools, Domestic smart homes) in three climatic settings (northern Portugal, Mediterranean Spain, and northern Germany).
This project is funded by the European Commission under the call H2020-EE-2017-RIA-IA, topic EE-07-2016-2017 – Behavioural change toward energy efficiency through ICT.
Partners: Instituto de Enegenharia de Sistemas e Computadores, Tecnologia e Ciência (Portugal), Delft University of Technology (Netherlands), Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne ( Switzerland), Dexma (Spain), Limetools ( United Kingdom), In-jet (Denmark), Kreis Lippe der Landrat (Gemany), ERF (Spain).
Duration: November 2017- October 2020
Eco-Bot aims to leverage recent advances in chatbot and advanced signal processing technology (i.e. load disaggregation) using low-resolution smart meter data with the goal of changing behaviour toward energy efficiency. Through a personalised virtual energy assistant, Eco-Bot will deliver information on energy usage down to the appliance level. The chatbot channel aims to achieve a higher level of engagement with consumers by adding more interaction with existing platforms that have been proven in different market settings.
This project is funded by the European Commission under the call H2020-EE-2017-RIA-IA, topic EE-07-2016-2017 – Behavioural change toward energy efficiency through ICT
Partners: Estabanell Y Pahisa Energia (Spain), Botego Bilgi Teknolojileri (Turkey), Adelphi Research Gemeinnutzige (Germany), Senercon (Germany), Dexma (Spain), University of Strathclyde (United Kingdom), Plegma Labs (Greece), Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny W Katowicach (Poland)
Duration: October 2017- December 2020
The aim of this project is to develop a comprehensive solution for real-time energy load management (EV, lighting, HVAC, storage etc.) and to optimise PV resources to nudge building energy management closer to the NZeB (Nearly Zero Energy Buildings) concept .
The system will consist of two components: 1. Energy loads management SaaS integrated with advanced decision support functionalities and predictive algorithms and 2. Energy optimisation hardware controllers (based on IoT communication standards) with integrated algorithms for control actions on selected loads.
This project is funded by Centro para el Desarrollo Industrial (CDTI) and Ministrstvo za gospodarski razvoj in tehnologijo, within the Eurostars call.
Partners: DEXMA (Spain), RAZVOJNI CENTER ENEM (Slovenia), COMSA EMTE (Spain).
Duration: March 2017- February 2019
The objective of the FlexDSM project is to develop an advanced system based on DEXCell Energy Manager that enables the implementation of demand management mechanisms for SMEs and small businesses. This solution will be comprised of a software component that uses optimisation algorithms to maximise energy benefits as well as a physical gateway to connect local systems with the software component. The aim is to achieve a significant reduction in energy costs by exploiting flexibility while guaranteeing user comfort (tertiary and commercial sectors) or established production KPIs (industrial sector).
This project is funded by the Center for Industrial Technological Development (CDTI) as well as BPI France, through the bilateral Eureka France-Spain call.
Partners: MTAIR (France) and DEXMA (Spain).
Duration: October 2016- September 2018
The objective of the REFER project is to develop a solution that enables cost reduction for energy efficiency projects in buildings in the tertiary and residential sector that are seeking to become Nearly Zero Energy Buildings (NZEBs). For tertiary buildings, this is made possible by improving energy management systems (monitoring systems, generation, storage etc) implementing new concepts to improve solar panels, fuel cells and new methodologies for reusing electric vehicle (EV) batteries in buildings.
This project is co-funded by the European Union through the European Regional Development Funds (REFER).
Partners: COMSA EMTE (Spain), AMB (Spain), ALME (Spain), BAXI (Spain), CIMNE (Spain), CINERGIA (Spain), CTM (Spain), DEXMA (Spain), EURECAT(Spain), FAE (Spain), IREC (Spain), LEITAT (Spain), MILLOR ENERGY SOLUTIONS (Spain), UPC (Spain), and WORLDSENSING (Spain).
Duration: June 2016 – December 2018
Total Budget: 3.4 M€
Grant Funding: 1.3 M€
The objective of the BEEST project is to develop a system to reduce energy costs in hotels and office buildings, while guaranteeing occupant comfort. The project involves the development of a series of applications that can enable energy savings of more than 30% by:
This project has resulted in the company eQualtiq and was funded by the Innoenergy organization and the European Institute of Technology (EIT).
Partners: COMSA Corporación (Spain), DEXMA (Spain), Tecnalia (Spain), Enervalis (Belgium) y EnergyVille (Belgium).
Duration: April 2014- December 2016
The aim of the MIDNATTSSOL project is to develop a advanced system to integrate surplus solar energy in real time. By accounting for the energy consumption of an advanced HVAC system, the system can optimise solar power according to demand and increase the overall efficiency, competitiveness and sustainability of buildings that generate their own solar power
This project has resulted in an application of optimisation of consumption and production of photovoltaic solar energy.
This project was financed by the Financial Mechanism of the European Economic Area (EEA-Grants) together with the Center for Industrial Technological Development (CDTI).
Partners: COMSA Corporación (Spain) and DEXMA (Spain).
Duration: February 2014- December 2015
Miguel is an Industrial Engineer from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia and holds a Master in Economics and Regulation from the University of Barcelona. He has worked as a researcher at CITCEA-UPC, IREC and has also served on the National Energy Commission. Miguel currently leads the DEXMA R&D department.
R&D Project Manager
Laura is an Industrial Engineer from the University of León and holds a Master in Renewable Energy. She is also a specialist in H2020 project management with a certification from La Salle. Laura has worked at CIRCE Foundation as well as the Laser Center of Hannover. She is currently responsible for planning and executing R&D and innovation projects at DEXMA.