SIRIUS energy management software receives Smarter E Award

SIRIUS energy management software receives Smarter E Award

Thanks to intelligent energy management, electricity costs can be significantly reduced and the share of renewable energy in electricity consumption can be substantially increased. 


Munich, 13 June 2023; Wallbox Chargers, a leading global provider of charging and energy management solutions for electric vehicles (EV), was honored this evening at the Smarter E Awards held at the Congress Center Munich (ICM) for its intelligent energy management software SIRIUS. The award was accepted by Daniel Utges, the Head of Product and Emiliano Penovi, the Sirius project manager who has been working on the project since it’s inception. 


The award, presented as part of The smarter E Europe innovation platform, recognises remarkable achievements and innovations related to securing tomorrow's energy supply. SIRIUS, was recognised by the high-caliber jury of experts for the innovative nature of the software which seamlessly integrates EVs, renewable energy sources, and the grid into a smart energy management system for commercial buildings. Distributed energy resources (DERs), such as solar panels and energy storage, are coordinated and balanced so that the building's electricity needs can be met with the cheapest and most sustainable sources. In a real use case at the company's Headquarters in Barcelona, Wallbox Chargers was able to prove that SIRIUS can offer a huge return on investment while making the building energy consumption more sustainable.  


SIRIUS case 


As Wallbox grew it needed to expand it’s HQ by +11,000m2 and +650 workspaces. The building only has access to 173kW of grid power, but Wallbox needed at least +400kW. Rather than upgrading the grid infrastructure which would have cost around 500k and 12 months, Wallbox developed SIRIUS. 

SIRIUS is Wallbox’s pioneering energy intelligence solution that seamlessly integrates the electric grid with the company’s distributed energy resources (DERs), composed of 400kWp of solar panels, bidirectional EV chargers, 23 Nissan Leaf and 560 kWh stationary batteries. SIRIUS, balances all DERs in real-time to optimize the building’s energy consumption, reduce the company's environmental impact and save money.


SIRIUS, reduced Wallbox’s dependence on the grid by 50%, increased solar consumption by 50% and saved 73 tonnes of CO2, while offering significant cost savings. Wallbox invested 415k€ in SIRIUS vs 500k€ that it would have cost for the transformer retrofit to access more grid power. Additionally Wallbox is saving 85k€ per year on energy bills, meaning a ROI in under 5 years.


It also solves one of the main obstacles of using renewable energy sources - their variability. Through the use of SIRIUS, Wallbox was able to shift from a demand based energy system to a flexible consumption system. This not only allows for a more sustainable use of energy but also lets Wallbox optimize and control its energy consumption and ultimately gain energy independence from the grid.

About Wallbox

Wallbox is a global technology company, dedicated to changing the way the world uses energy. Wallbox creates advanced electric vehicle charging and energy management systems that redefine users' relationship to the grid. Wallbox goes beyond electric vehicle charging to give users the power to control their consumption, save money, and live more sustainably. Wallbox offers a complete portfolio of charging and energy management solutions for residential, semi-public and public use in more than 113 countries around the world. Founded in 2015 and headquartered in Barcelona, the company now employs more than 1,250 people in its offices in Europe, Asia, and the Americas. For additional information, please visit


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Elyce Behrsin, Head of Global Public Relations, [email protected]