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Clever IT solutions for sustainable energy

The need for energy is increasing, while the climate is calling for reduced CO2 emissions. Sustainable energy is the solution, but this brings with it new challenges. Both consumers and companies with solar panels, a wind turbine or cogeneration unit can soon become both suppliers and consumers of energy. This makes supply and demand more […]

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Press Release: USEF and OpenADR sign strategic Memorandum of Understanding fostering cooperation in connecting and optimizing smart energy systems

Memorandum of Understanding aims to support large-scale deployment of demand-side flexibility by establishing a world-wide standard that enables interoperability between appliances and operators of demand response programs Partners to coordinate positions and develop USEF specific OpenADR demand response template(s) Identify synergies and undertake shared marketing activities in Europe  Amsterdam, November 10, 2015: The OpenADR (Open […]

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ICT and Brabantse Ontwikkelings Maatschappij (BOM) acquire stake in GreenFlux

System integrator and technical services provider ICT and the Brabantse Ontwikkelings Maatschappij (BOM) have signed a letter of intent (LOI), stating their intention to invest in GreenFlux, a charging point operator and services provider for electric vehicles. The investment will help GreenFlux to strengthen its position in the fast-growing market for electric vehicles and give […]

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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. […]

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How do you let 40 households deal with renewable energy in a smart way?

PowerMatching City The successful PowerMatching City project started in 2007 in Hoogkerk, near Groningen. PowerMatching City is the sustainable energy neighbourhood of the future. Forty households are equipped with solar panels, innovative heating installations and intelligent domestic appliances. The total energy demand of the neighbourhood is continuously tuned to the sustainable supply. In co-creation with […]

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King opens BioWarmteCentrale Purmerend with a swipe

24,000 households and 1,000 businesses in Purmerend are connected to so-called district heating. Last month, his Majesty the King opened BioWarmteCentrale “Purmer” for the purpose of Purmerend district heating. Already since the beginning of the eighties, the residents of Purmerend make use of district heat. Previously district heating used gray waste heat. Today, 80% of […]