Energy

Sustainable energy is the future. The city of Amsterdam has the ambition to provide every citizen with a solar panel in the next years. How do you contribute? Share your innovative initiatives on energy here.

Marjolein Bot, Challenge Lead Energie at Amsterdam Smart City, posted

LEAP blog door DELL!

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Bij de Amsterdam Economic Board hebben we de rol als ‘transitiemakelaar’; we mobiliseren partijen op onderwerpen om beweging krijgen in een systeem. Soms gaat dat makkelijk als je gelijkgestemden spreekt, soms zijn de belangen net wat anders en moet er meer gebeuren. Zo ook bij het onderwerp waar ik mij nu mee bezig houd – verduurzaming van ICT in datacenters. Dat wat binnen het datacenter afspeelt met dataservers. Je staat er niet bij stil maar het is essentieel voor ieders digitale leventje.

We werken met verschillende partijen samen om met name kennis en bewustwording te creëren om met bestaande mogelijkheden energie te besparen. Ook met grote international hardware leveranciers die een stap maken in het adviseren van klanten waar het gaat om energie-besparen. Dat is namelijk altijd goed.

Daarom zijn we blij dat DELL een podcast heeft opgenomen om hier aandacht voor te vragen, ook ter bewustwording van hun achterban. Bekijk de podcast bij @DellTechNL: https://lnkd.in/dpupEV6

En wat ook leuk is dat we zijn genomineerd voor de #ComputableAwards2020 in de categorie #Duurzaamheid en #MVO. Help ons vooruit door op LEAP te stemmen: https://lnkd.in/dTtb5W5

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Frans-Anton Vermast, Strategy Advisor & International Smart City Ambassador at Amsterdam Smart City, posted

EC 2020 Strategic Foresight Report: Charting the course towards a more resilient Europe

This first annual Strategic Foresight Report outlines how foresight will inform
policies with a view to strengthening the EU’s resilience in four interrelated
dimensions: social and economic, geopolitical, green, and digital. It analyses the EU’s
resilience in response to the COVID-19 crisis in the context of the acceleration or deceleration
of relevant megatrends, long-term driving forces that will likely have a large influence on
the future. This Communication shows how policies to improve resilience, by mitigating
vulnerabilities and strengthening capacities, can open new opportunities in each of the four
dimensions. This includes reconsidering the future of wellbeing, work, labour markets and
skills, reconfiguring global value chains, supporting democracy, reforming our rules-based
trading system, building alliances in emerging technologies, and investing in the green and
digital transitions.
This new focus on resilience calls for close monitoring. This Communication proposes
to move towards resilience dashboards, which, once fully developed in cooperation with the
Member States and other key stakeholders, should be used for assessing the vulnerabilities
and capacities of the EU and its Member States in each of the four dimensions. Such analysis
can help answer the question: are we, through our policies and recovery strategy, effectively
making the EU more resilient?
The strategic foresight agenda will encompass horizontal foresight activities and
thematic forward-looking exercises. For the upcoming year, these include: open strategic
autonomy, the future of jobs and skills for and in the green transition, and deepening the
twinning of the digital and green transitions. This agenda will bring a dynamic perspective
of synergies and trade-offs among EU policy goals, thereby supporting the coherence of EU
policies.

https://ec.europa.eu/info/sites/info/files/strategic_foresight_report_2020_1.pdf

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Olivia Jinwan Huang, Student , posted

Information request on collecting energy from road surface

Hi everyone, I'm Olivia, a student from TU Delft. In one of our course projects, my fellow students and I are researching on what can we deal with the energy collected from the road surface (either heat energy or electricity energy). We have done some research on projects like solar roads. But we find a lack of practical information in this field. Therefore, we're trying to look for some people willing to share their experiences in related field. Please feel free to contact me.

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Jochem Kootstra, Redacteur at Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, posted

OP ZOEK NAAR UITSTOOTVRIJE MOBILITEIT IN EUROPA

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Het is European Mobility Week: extra aandacht voor duurzaam rijden

KLIMAATNEUTRAAL
Welke stappen zijn nodig om het Europese doel van klimaatneutraliteit in 2050 - netto geen CO2-uitstoot - te behalen? European Mobility Week moedigt steden en lokale instanties aan om duurzame stappen te ondernemen en te delen. Zodat we elkaar inspireren. Van 16 tot en met 22 september staat Europa, en zo ook de Hogeschool van Amsterdam (HvA), in teken van uitstootvrije mobiliteit: #WeMoveSmart.

‘Zero-emission mobility for all’. Het thema van European Mobility Week van 2020 zet het belang van een uitstootvrije toekomst voor iedereen in de schijnwerpers. Van laadpalen voor iedereen tot elektrische deelauto’s in de buurt, onderzoeksprogramma en Centre of Expertise Urban Technology timmert binnen lectoraten Energie en innovatie en City logistiek hard aan de weg om duurzame mobiliteit inclusiever te maken.

FUTURE CHARGING: LAADPALEN VOOR IEDEREEN
Het aantal elektrische voertuigen groeit in Nederland explosief. Dat is mooi. Het brengt alleen wel een nieuwe uitdaging met zich mee: voldoende laadpalen. HvA werkt binnen project Future Charging samen met gemeenten, laadexploitanten, energiebedrijven en netbeheerders aan de laadinfrastructuur van de toekomst, zodat iedereen met elektrische auto’s optimaal kan blijven laden. Middels een eigen simulatiemodel onderzoekt het team de effecten van toekomstscenario’s op het gebruik van laadinfrastructuur, de impact op het elektriciteitsnet en de openbare ruimte.

DUURZAME DEELAUTO’S EN LOGISTIEK
“Door onze grondige kennis op het gebied van laadgedrag en simulatiemodellen, kunnen we steeds beter scenario’s voor de toekomst rekenen en de toenemende belasting van het elektriciteitsnetwerk verminderen. Zo kijken we naar de laadbehoeften in 2030 en simuleren we scenario’s met snelladers en laadpleinen”, vertelt projectleider Rick Wolbertus. “Binnen Future Charging bouwen we tevens verder uit naar verschillende type vervoer zoals duurzame deelauto’s en logistiek. Zo kan elektrisch rijden toegankelijker worden.”

ELEKTRISCH RIJDEN OF WATERSTOF?
Elektrisch rijden is niet alleen essentieel voor particulier vervoer, ook in het bedrijfsleven moet een energietransitie in gang gezet worden zodat we de klimaatdoelstellingen halen. Binnen lectoraat City logistiek werkt HvA aan diverse projecten om horeca- en servicelogistiek te verduurzamen. Terwijl project Gas op elektrisch focust op het het elektrisch maken van bestelauto’s voor installatie-, reparatie- en onderhoudswerkzaamheden, gooit project H2WasteCollect het over een andere boeg met een alternatieve brandstoftechnologie: waterstof. In het project gaan vier vuilnisauto’s die volledig aangedreven worden door waterstof, ook wel H2-elektrische vuilnisauto’s, de dienst uitmaken om huisafval in te zamelen.

VERSCHIL MAKEN: VAN PRAKTIJKPROEVEN TOT ONDERWIJS
Om de onderzoeksresultaten in lijn met European Mobility Week breder beschikbaar te stellen, zoekt Urban Technology connectie tussen beroepspraktijk, wetenschap en onderwijs. Denk hierbij aan expertmeetings en workshops, professionele en wetenschappelijke artikelen, netwerkbijeenkomsten en onderwijsproducten, zoals case studies voor HvA-minoren - studiespecialisatie binnen een vakgebied. De projecten worden vaak samen gedaan met studenten vanuit verschillende invalshoeken. Zowel studenten met een achtergrond in Engineering, Data Science, Beleid en Psychologie werken aan de projecten om de energietransitie op gang te brengen. Dit gebeurt zowel tijdens colleges, groepswerk, stages en afstudeertrajecten bij vakpartners.

#WeMoveSmart!
https://www.hva.nl/urban-technology/gedeelde-content/nieuws/nieuws/2020/09/op-zoek-naar-uitstootvrije-mobiliteit-in-europa.html

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Adriaan van Eck, Implementing IoT & Smart Energy , posted

FLEXCON2020

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FLEXCON2020 is converted in 6 digital tracks, for free. From 23 September to 28 October, we will serve a Smart Energy track every wednesday.

The kick off is coming Wednesday 23 September, with Elia, Enervalis, OpenADR and ElaadNL, they will talk about e-Mobility, Smart Charging and V2G.
We also have Enel X, Siemens, Nodes, Epex, Tennet, EnergyVille, Technolution, DNVGL, Enery Pool, iLeco and Spectral as partners, to name a few.

23 September : eMobility, Smart Charging and V2G
30 September : Flexibility markets
7 October : Buildings, Devices & smart technologies
14 October : Industrial & commercial Flexibility
21 October : New concepts in Energy Networks
28 October : Active managed buildings & energy performance contracts

FLEXCON2020 is FREE, but registration is required.
https://bit.ly/reg_FLEXCON2020

Check our program:
https://bit.ly/FLEXCON2020_prg

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Monci Klein Langenhorst, SADC , posted

CyrusOne Announces Partnership to Research Residual Heat Capture at its Amsterdam I facility to Heat 15,000 Homes in Haarlem

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The Municipality of Haarlem, SADC’s PolanenPark and CyrusOne Inc. (NASDAQ:CONE), a premier global data center REIT, today announced the signing of a unique Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to jointly examine the economic and technical feasibility of a heat re-use project in the region. The MoU follows successful collaboration among the three stakeholders over the last 12 months. It is expected to result in the successful capture of residual heat from CyrusOne’s Amsterdam I data center’s water cooling process, which will feed into a new district heating network to heat 15,000 homes in the municipality. If the plan proves feasible, a new agreement to start development will be signed in the first quarter of 2021, with CyrusOne’s Amsterdam I data center expected to provide the very first source of heat.

This MoU was made possible by the alignment and agreement among the data center operator, the landowner and local government. The partnership marries the Municipality of Haarlem’s pledge to become natural gas free by 2040 with CyrusOne’s stated commitment to be a strategic partner for sustainability.

“It is crucial that we build data centers that work in a way that is compatible with a sustainable future. The COVID-19 pandemic has amplified demand for data center capacity, as consumers become more reliant on digital tools for remote working, learning and entertainment,” said Matt Pullen, EVP and Managing Director, Europe, CyrusOne. “The signing of this MoU is a hugely significant progression for the data center industry, and we hope this is the first of many instances in which local government bodies and land owners, such as the Municipality of Haarlem and SADC’s PolanenPark, demonstrate commitment to work together with CyrusOne on similar sustainable projects.”

“The Amsterdam Metropolitan Area applies very strict sustainability conditions for the development of data centers,” said Arnoud van der Wijk, Project Director, PolanenPark. “PolanenPark and Schiphol Trade Park in Hoofddorp, both developments of SADC, are two of the very few locations in the region that meet these conditions. The use of residual heat is one of the important pillars of both concepts of the so-called Green Datacenter Campus. For PolanenPark, I’m proud that we’re doing this together: using a pipeline to take the waste heat to the homes of Meerwijk and thereby making a great contribution to the energy transition. This project is unique for the Netherlands and far beyond.”

“Haarlem is committed to becoming natural gas free by 2040,” said Robbert Berkhout, Alderman of the Municipality of Haarlem. “This means that the municipality must look for alternatives for heating homes and businesses. With the research into the use of residual heat, Haarlem is taking an important step in the development of a heat network in the district.”

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Adriaan van Eck, Implementing IoT & Smart Energy , posted

FLEXCON2020 Digital edition : registration open

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As you may know, we have turned FLEXCON2020 into a digital event.

From September 23 on, we will provide a series of weekly digital FLEXCON2020 tracks, with speakers and sessions all related to a specific Smart Energy topic.

FLEXCON2020 digital edition is free of charge, but registration is required. You can register here: http://bit.ly/FLEXCON2020_reg

Our current planning:
- 23 September 2020 : eMobility, Smart Charging and V2G
- 30 September 2020 : Flexibility markets
- 7 October 2020 : Buildings, Devices & smart technologies
- 14 October 2020 : Industrial & commercial Flexibility
- 21 October 2020 : New concepts in Energy Networks
- 04 November 2020 : Active managed buildings & energy performance contracts

FLEXCON2020 registration:
http://bit.ly/FLEXCON2020_reg

Visit the FLEXCON2020 for more information:
https://flexcon2020.eu/

#SmartEnergy #Sustainability #ElectricVehicles #SmartGrid #DigitalGrid #Blockchain #IoT #SmartHome #SmartCharging

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Mira Kopp, Assistant , posted

EC-Link Platform

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You would like to connect with Urban Environmental Sustainability practitioners and researchers in China and exchange your approaches to green transport, clean energy, compact urban development, water and solid waste management, green buildings and municipal finance? Then sign up to the EC-Link platform! The platform links Eco Cities across Europe and China, offering inspiring examples from both sides of Eurasia and enabling direct contacts to the innovators. With the help of an integrated translation tool, posts can be translated into Chinese and English with just one click. Use of the platform is free of charge: http://eclink.org/bbs/#/?lang=en

A description of how the platform works can be downloaded here: http://eclink.org/ec_platform/upload/document/EC-Link_Users'%20Guide-EN.pdf

EC Link

#CircularCity
Lina Penninkhof, Content Creator/Event Producer at Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, posted

Campus Amsterdam Living Room Session #3 met TerraTechnica

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Wij brengen de changemakers van de campussen en hubs in de kennisregio Amsterdam naar jouw woonkamer! Hoe? Je zet een kopje koffie, neemt plaats op een comfortabele stoel en klapt je laptop open. In iedere sessie staat een campus of hub centraal, die zijn eigen hot topic bespreekt.

TERRATECHNICA ALS HOST
Tijdens de derde Living Room Session staat TerraTechnica centraal. De kennishub in de Metropoolregio Amsterdam die onderwijs, onderzoek en bedrijvigheid bij elkaar brengt om de energietransitie te versnellen. Projectleider Petra Bijvoet neemt je tijdens de Living Room Session mee in de ontwikkelingen van TerraTechnica. Maak kennis met TerraTechnica's tofste projecten zoals Huisduinen en Planet Texel. Projecten waarbij studenten met hun 21-eeuwse skills Texel en de badplaats Huisduinen zelfvoorzienend te maken.

LEG NIEUWE CONTACTEN
Stel jezelf voor tijdens de break-out sessie en maak kennis met de gezichten achter TerraTechnica. Maak van de gelegenheid gebruik om verdiepende vragen te stellen en jouw kennis te delen.

PROGRAMMA
08:20 | Instroom met koffie en thee
08:30 | Welkom Campus Amsterdam door Jen Drouin
08:40 | Presentatie TerraTechnica
09:00 | Q&A
09:25 | Afronding plenaire sessie
09:30 | Start break-out sessies
10:15 | Plenaire wrap-up
10:30 | Afronding

WIL JE HIERBIJ ZIJN?
Meld je aan via de website van Campus Amsterdam. Campus Amsterdam is een netwerk van campussen, innovatiedistricten en labs in metropoolregio Amsterdam. Ons doel is om mensen, kennis en faciliteiten in onze diverse kennisregio met elkaar te verbinden, zodat we samen kunnen werken aan urgente, stedelijke vraagstukken.

HANDIGE LINKS
https://www.campus.amsterdam
https://www.terratechnica.nl/

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Rolf Steenwinkel, Directeur at Amsterdam Energie, posted

Vacancy: Campaign Manager

As a campaign leader, you ensure that the story of Amsterdam Energie is heard in the city, you build our network and inspire even more Amsterdammers to join our cooperative. You devise campaigns and make them a success. You work independently and proactively, ensuring that ideas lead to concrete results.

Activities
- Your main task is to develop and execute campaigns for the growth of Amsterdam Energy in the number of members, our green energy generation, and our network in the city.
- You strategically use both online and offline communication tools. You are responsible for communication via our own website, newsletter and on social media. You maintain contact with (local) press, develop promotional material for the cooperative together with designers and organize events.
- You involve members in the (campaign) activities of Amsterdam Energie. The cooperative has a large network in the city. Our members come from all parts of Amsterdam and have a multitude of backgrounds. That is the strength of the cooperative. You mobilize members and involve them in our campaigns.
- You support the director in project development. Amsterdam Energy has various solar roofs in the city. That should be much more. In collaboration with the director, you recruit new roofs, draw up business cases for interested parties and advise and guide them in the development process.
- You support the board in organizing events such as the general meeting of members.
- You are the contact for members and partners of the cooperative, including the sustainable network 02025 and the municipality of Amsterdam. Good cooperation with our cooperative energy supplier to | new energy is very important in this.

Profile
- Relevant work experience, for example as a campaign employee
- You have experience in designing, starting and leading campaigns
- You like variety and enjoy performing different tasks
- You have experience with writing texts and creating content
- You are familiar with Wordpress, Mailchimp and the use of social media
- You have an affinity with sustainability, for example in the field of energy transition or urban development

Profile
- Relevant work experience, for example as a campaign employee
- You have experience in designing, starting and leading campaigns
- You like variety and enjoy performing different tasks
- You have experience with writing texts and creating content
- You are familiar with Wordpress, Mailchimp and the use of social media
- You have an affinity with sustainability, for example in the field of energy transition or urban development

Competences
- Entrepreneurial, independent, a go-getter and you can work well together
- You have good communication skills and are good at networking
- You like to actively promote your campaigns and the cooperative
- You like to come up with new plans, and you want to realize them yourself
- You can plan your work well, and it works quickly and accurately
- Good oral and written expression skills in the Dutch language.

offer
- Freelance function for 2 days a week at € 1500 per month.
- assignment for half a year, with a chance of extension
- The opportunity to make a concrete contribution to the energy transition in Amsterdam

For more information visit: https://www.amsterdamenergie.nl/amsterdam-energie-zoekt-een-campagneleider/

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Hugo Niezen, International Growth Lead at DutchBasecamp, posted

Globaliser Sustainable Solutions

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As today's world presents us with a growing amount of global sustainability challenges, there is no going around the importance of building more sustainable solutions for the future. We are helping 8 sustainable solutions entrepreneurs with their internationalisation strategy and to help them achieve a global impact.
The Globaliser is a ten week programme for the international growth of Sustainable Solutions scale-ups.
You will build a solid internationalisation strategy with the use of DutchBasecamp’s tools, network and unique approach. The objective is to create a foundation, so you can channel your precious resources into unfamiliar territories with conviction.

What to expect?
Four sprints containing each a plenary session, specific homework and individual coaching by a seasoned entrepreneur.

After finishing you will have:
A validated international target market
A GTM strategy for that market
A solid international roadmap which will give you practical guidance on the next steps to take

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Folkert Leffring, Digital Media Manager , posted

Amsterdam seeks start-ups for six-month residency programme

The City of Amsterdam is seeking the latest cohort of innovators for its Start-up in Residence programme, with this year’s themes being sustainability/circular economy and mobility. During a six-month programme, selected companies get the chance to pilot their products and services in the city and at the end, the municipality may become a launch customer or collaborate with the businesses in other ways.

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Annemiek Bots, Woordvoerder at Omgevingsdienst Noordzeekanaalgebied, posted

De OD NZKG heeft de gevolgen van het klimaatbeleid voor energietransitie industrie laten onderzoeken

Wat zijn de gevolgen van het Nederlandse klimaatbeleid voor de energietransitie van de industriële bedrijven? In hoeverre raakt de transitie de bestaande bedrijfsprocessen en wat is de rol van de Omgevingsdienst Noordzeekanaalgebied (OD NZKG) in het ondersteunen van energie innovatie in de regio? De OD NZKG heeft de invloed van deze technologische veranderingen op hun werkzaamheden door CE Delft in kaart laten brengen.

Lees het hele onderzoek hier:
https://odnzkg.nl/gevolgen-klimaatbeleid-voor-energietransitie-industrie-onderzocht/

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Julie Chenadec, Head of Communications at SDIA - Sustainable Digital Infrastructure Alliance, posted

Webinar Series for the CATALYST project

** Converting data centres in energy flexibility ecosystems **

The CATALYST Webinar Series will run for 4 weeks from the 29th July through to the 19th August and cover some exciting topics:

CATALYST aspires to turn data centres into flexible multi-energy hubs, which can sustain investments in renewable energy sources and energy efficiency.

Leveraging on results of past projects, CATALYST has adapted, scaled up, deployed and validated an innovative technological and business framework that enables data centres to offer a range of mutualized energy flexibility services to both electricity and heat grids, while simultaneously increasing their own resiliency to energy supply.

This webinar series provides further information on the:

CATALYST DC Manager (TUC) 29th July @2pm
CATALYST Marketplace (ENG, SiLO, POPs) 5th August @2pm
CATALYST Pilots (PSNC) 12th August @2pm
Green Data Centre Roadmap and Assessment Toolbox (GIT) 19th August @ 2pm

https://project-catalyst.eu/

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Adriaan van Eck, Implementing IoT & Smart Energy , posted

ElaadNL researched 10 Energy Flexibility protocols

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ELaadNL has mapped out the functionality, maturity, openness and interoperability of ten Energy Flexibility protocols, like EEBus, openADR, KNX etc.

Download the report in English here:
https://www.elaad.nl/uploads/files/In-Home_Energy_Flexibility_Protocols_-_TKI_Urban_Energy_v1_20200630.pdf

Read the press release (in Dutch) here:
https://www.elaad.nl/news/energieverbruik-beter-sturen-als-apparaten-slim-samenwerken/

#Echonet #EEBus #Spine #EFI #KNX #OCF #OOCP #SEP #openADR #modbus
#FlexibleEnergy

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Teska Drosten, Communicator at Waag, posted

De Energietransitie: hoe organiseer je dat?

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Dit is een online meetup. Details over het bijwonen van de meetup volgen na registratie.

registreer

Deelname is gratis.


De transitie naar een decentrale en volledig koolstofneutrale energievoorziening is kostbaar, ingewikkeld en vraagt inzet en betrokkenheid van de samenleving. Hoe organiseer je dat? Wat is er voor nodig om de transitie te laten slagen?

Van centraal naar decentraal, of iets er tussenin?

Nu energie meer vanuit een decentraal model zal moeten worden opgewekt, klinken veel stemmen enthousiast over zelforganisatie en modellen waar we de overheid niet meer bij nodig zouden hebben. Toch blijft energiezekerheid een collectief gegeven: om mogelijke situaties zoals die van de ‘dunkelflaute’ - een periode met weinig zon en wind - op te kunnen vangen, is een sterke vorm van solidariteit en centrale organisatie nodig.

‘Energiesolidariteit’ is hierbij een kernbegrip, waarover het maatschappelijk debat nog erg pril is. Waar ligt de juiste balans tussen ‘decentrale’ eigen verantwoordelijkheid en publieke garanties voor betaalbare en betrouwbare energie?

Er is dus niet alleen een nieuwe techniek nodig om pieken en dalen op te vangen, maar ook sociale innovatie. Hoe maken we het coöperatieve model toegankelijk én zien we toe op ‘energiesolidariteit’?

Programma

19:30 uur - Welkom en introductie door Socrates Schouten
19:45 uur - Presentatie en kennisdeling door Jan Warnaars, onderzoeker energietransitie bij Berenschot, die dit voorjaar vier scenario's voor een energieneutraal Nederland in 2050 publiceerde
20:00 uur - Kennisdeling Robbert de Vrieze: ervaringen vanuit de Delfshaven Coöperatie
20:15 uur - Presentatie door Lavinia Steinfort, onderzoeker bij Transnational Institute (TNI), waar ze werkt aan energiedemocratie (zie bijv. www.energy-democracy.net)
20:20 uur - Presentatie door Jurgen van der Heijden, senior adviseur duurzame gebiedsontwikkeling bij AT Osborne en expert op het gebied van buurtenergie
20:30 uur - Panel met Lavinia en Jurgen
20:40 uur - Discussie / Q&A
21:00 uur - Afsluiting

Deelname is gratis.
Details over het bijwonen van de meetup volgen na registratie.

registreer

Over De Energietransitie

In deze programmareeks staat de energietransitie centraal. Het artikel ‘Hoe houden we energietransitie open, eerlijk en inclusief?’ dient als uitgangspunt voor een serie programma’s waarin we in gesprek gaan met experts en ervaringsdeskundigen.

De reeks programma’s richt zich op drie cruciale vraagstukken binnen de energietransitie: het ontstaan van nieuwe ongelijkheden en afhankelijkheden, het ontwerpen van nieuwe organisatievormen, en het ontrafelen van de ‘achterkant’ van het gedigitaliseerde energiesysteem.

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Anonymous posted

Digitalization of Safety and Health Management in the Energy Sector 2020, 22nd - 23rd September 2020, Virtual Conference

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We have carefully selected our speaker experts´ panel in order to provide you with in-depth information and interactive learning to help you reach your goals.

Does your company have services, solutions or technologies that the conference delegates would benefit from knowing about?

If so, you can find out more about the exhibiting, networking and branding opportunities available by contacting our sponsorship department.

Radim Vítek on +420 703 368 682

email:radimv@prosperoevents.com

Online event on Sep 21st
Hongsie Namingha, Program Associate Energy at Rockstart, posted

Applications open! Rockstart Energy Program 2020 is starting again

We are looking for startups 🚀
The Energy Program of Rockstart is a domain-focused accelerator-VC with follow-on growth funding. We are looking for startups at the intersection of IT & Energy that contribute to the current energy transition.

Through our Energy Program, Rockstart gives startups access to capital, market, community, and expertise by connecting them to and further working with strategic partners, investors, mentors and our extended network. The top-down, centralized, fossil fuel system is being disrupted by smart, decarbonized, digitalized and decentralized models, offering abundant, clean, renewable, and local energy. We are searching for startups with these energy goals in mind.

Does your startup fit the description? Find out more information on Rockstart’s program and how to apply on our Energy Program website: https://www.rockstart.com/energy/energy-program/

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Rhea Srivastava, Master's student , posted

Master's thesis: Looking for interviewees involved in Schoonschip project

Greetings everyone, my name is Rhea and i am pursuing my master's in Urban Management and Development.
I am currently writing my thesis on decentralised smart energy systems accelerating neighbourhood circularity (through the case of Schoonschip, Amsterdam), aiming for an integrated result in the energy and circularity transition as well as to fill the gap in literature about neighbourhood circularity.
Consequently, I am looking to interview people who were involved in the Schoonschip project, including experts, project developers, community members, municipality etc. The interview would be focusing on conditions such as technological, economic, institutional, socio-cultural and environmental (depending on the interviewee's background) associated with the development of Schoonschip and its energy systems. Your valuable insights will be fully acknowledged in the final publication.

Kindly contact me if you are willing to contribute to my research or if you know someone who could help me out. I would be grateful! Thanks in advance!

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