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energyNXT controls batteries in housing complexes

Most apartment buildings nowadays have an elevator, which generally causes peak loads in power consumption, so that these complexes require a large – and therefore expensive – connection to the power grid. Many housing and homeowners’ associations could potentially switch to a smaller, more cost-efficient grid connection by using a battery capable of storing energy […]

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Can a waste water treatment plant reduce costs by means of flexible energy consumption?

Soon after the solar park at the waste water treatment plant in Horstermeer had been completed, the Amstel, Gooi en Vecht (AGV) / Waternet Water Authority wanted to know whether it was possible to achieve additional energy cost savings. For instance, by means of flexible energy consumption. The water company applied ICT Group’s 20 Day […]

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GridFlex Heeten investigates feasibility of local energy market

Can all homes in one neighbourhood be transformed into zero-carbon homes, using solar energy and home solar batteries? What does this require in terms of technology and balancing income with expenses? A consortium comprised of public- and private-sector organisations – including ICT Group, Enexis, University of Twente, Enpuls, Endona, Buurkracht, and Dr Ten, a manufacturer […]

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Hytech Service Cloud: Connectivity ensures better service

Hytech understands the importance of equipment that functions properly. This ensures that customers are happy because they receive excellent service. Hytech does this like no other, and they’re not going to wait until a malfunction occurs. Instead, they provide preventive maintenance so that there are no disruptions. Their experienced and qualified engineers maintain equipment nationwide, […]

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Remeha.Connect: Predictive maintenance by means of connectivity

As part of its roadmap, Remeha developed a digital service for its boilers which reduces any comfortrelated complaints to a minimum. Remeha.Connect focuses on ‘predictive’ maintenance, ensuring that action is taken when a malfunction or an imminent malfunction is detected. The data provided by Remeha.Connect enables the installation engineer to analyze the malfunction and carry […]

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Avoiding Peak Times on the Power Grid

One of the main challenges currently facing the Dutch energy sector is how to balance power grids at a time when it’s becoming increasingly difficult to predict supply and demand due to the emergence of wind and solar energy. A consortium including grid manager Stedin and ICT Group has developed a system to manage peaks […]

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Building an infrastructure for electric transportation in Europe?

Greenflux Service & Operations Platform The market for electric vehicles is booming. People are attracted by the possibility to use renewable energy to drive their cars in an environmental friendly way. The relatively short distances in the Netherlands are well suited for electric transport; The Netherlands also has an extensive and reliable electricity grid. Not […]

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How do you optimize the usage of renewable energy in a neighborhood?

Energiekoplopers Heerhugowaard The project “Energiekoplopers Heerhugowaard” is a smart energy neighbourhood of approximately 200 households in which energy use within the neighbourhood is optimised. The households have innovative equipment enabling flexibility in the energy supply and demand. The whole project is based on USEF. Heerhugowaard is therefore the first pilot applying the USEF reference implementation. […]