The E-NERDD facility was connected to the campus grids. On the electrical side the generators were connected to an apt smart grid able to connect all the campus generators and utilities. From the thermal power (the E-NERDD laboratory includes CHP systems and thermal power generators from renewable energy) point of view two insulated pipes were grounded to connect the laboratory to the campus utilities. This new layout is going to be used to generate power for the campus with the opportunity to test innovative management systems. In details, a Model Predictive Control (MPC) tool is under development with the objective to minimise marginal costs related to generation with the E-NERDD facility.