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

Green IT Amsterdam Region is hiring a new Project Manager to join the team! (vacancy closed)

Do IT, sustainability and energy grab your interest? Would you like to be involved in a organisation whose main ambition is to achieve sustainable targets for the Amsterdam region? Enjoy working with technology innovation European projects in a flexible environment?

We are looking for a self-motivated and proactive project manager, with an academic background and several years of experience in research and innovation projects, taking place both at European level and Amsterdam Region level. In this position, you are required to have the ability of managing various activities in parallel and capable of working autonomously.

The successful candidate will work directly in multiple domains and sectors such as companies active in Smart Cities, Smart Grids, but also data centers, research oriented organizations and government institutions.

We are looking for a dedicated individual who will fit with our collaborative culture. If you enjoy working and connecting with other professionals who believe in sustainable innovation, we encourage you to apply.

Interested? Please send contact Robbert Hoeffnagel
robbert.hoeffnagel@greenitamsterdam.nl or +31651282040

“Green IT Amsterdam makes the energy and sustainability transition possible using smart IT solutions for the Amsterdam region”

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

Green IT Amsterdam Region is hiring a new Project Manager to join the team! (vacancy closed)

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Do IT, sustainability and energy grab your interest? Would you like to be involved in a organisation whose main ambition is to achieve sustainable targets for the Amsterdam region? Enjoy working with technology innovation European projects in a flexible environment?

We are looking for a self-motivated and proactive project manager, with an academic background and several years of experience in research and innovation projects, taking place both at European level and Amsterdam Region level. In this position, you are required to have the ability of managing various activities in parallel and capable of working autonomously.

The successful candidate will work directly in multiple domains and sectors such as companies active in Smart Cities, Smart Grids, but also data centers, research oriented organizations and government institutions.

We are looking for a dedicated individual who will fit with our collaborative culture. If you enjoy working and connecting with other professionals who believe in sustainable innovation, we encourage you to apply.

Interested? Please send contact Robbert Hoeffnagel
robbert.hoeffnagel@greenitamsterdam.nl or +31651282040

http://www.greenitamsterdam.nl/

“Green IT Amsterdam makes the energy and sustainability transition possible using smart IT solutions for the Amsterdam region”

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

European Clean Energy & Mobility Conference

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Creating synergies from clean energy and e-mobility through innovative policies, technology and implementation.

European cities are moving massively into electric mobility. Renewable energy in the city is also growing fast, mostly solar as the most viable clean source of energy in densely populated areas. This conference addresses the need for integrating e-mobility and renewables, facilitated by ICT and how these developments can reinforce benefits instead of creating problems for each other.

Large scale integration of e-mobility and renewables in and around the city is a challenge. Growth in solar energy creates an energy production peak in the early afternoon, which mismatches with the energy demand peaks in the morning and evening. This creates problems for the electricity grid, which will aggravate rapidly if we do not act now. Integrated zero emission mobility and clean energy, smart storage and flexible demand will play a large role in tackling these issues.

Where the EV ENERGY project is focused at good practice and policies to encourage this integration in cities, the CleanMobilEnergy project develops and implements a Europe-wide applicable Energy Management System, with a focus on optimising multiple energy generation, storage and consumption devices within the city. Together with both projects, this conference aims to boost large-scale integration of clean energy, clean mobility and flexible demand and storage.

This conference brings together outstanding examples from Europe, focusing on:
■ Large scale e-mobility parking and energy exchange experiences
■ Smart EV-charging in the city to ‘un-stress’ the grid
■ Energy Management Systems in Europe
■ Tools for energy planning
■ Developing viable business models

The example projects demonstrate the need for an ‘energy systems’ approach in which the energy and mobility sector can produce synergies and reinforce each other.

Check out the current programme here: https://resourcefully.nl/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/Clean-Energy-Mobility-Conference-Programme-5th-June.pdf

We look forward to your participation in this conference!

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

Nieuwe mobiliteitsoplossingen vereisen slimme ICT

De komende jaren zal het Nederlandse wagenpark ingrijpend veranderen. Het percentage elektrische voertuigen is momenteel weliswaar nog zeer klein, maar zal naar verwachting de komende jaren sterk gaan groeien. Dat gaat zonder twijfel leiden tot forse problemen in het elektriciteitsnetwerk van ons land. Er is daarom veel nieuwe kennis en veel slimme ICT nodig om de smart mobility-oplossingen waaraan nu wordt gewerkt straks ook daadwerkelijk mogelijk te maken.

Nog afgezien van de vraag of het grid wel in staat zal zijn om te gaan met de snelle groei van elektriciteit opgewekt door windmolens en zonnepanelen, gaat de vraag naar elektrische energie ook nog eens drastisch veranderen. Het moment waarop met name zonne-energie kan worden opgewekt sluit namelijk niet aan op de tijdstippen waarop de vraag naar elektrische energie wel eens zou kunnen gaan pieken. Elektrische auto’s zullen immers vooral ‘s avonds worden opgeladen, terwijl overdag de meeste zonne-energie wordt opgewekt. Daarom wordt in het kader van het Europese EV-Energy project gekeken naar technieken en tools waarmee deze mismatch kan worden voorkomen of kan worden bijgestuurd.

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

IT Room Infra Event 2018

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Op 13 november 2018 vindt het jaarlijkse IT Room Infra Event plaats in Den Bosch.

De branchegroep IT Room Infra is een collectief van bedrijven die zich als gespecialiseerde aanbieders in Nederland profileren. Hun boodschap is dat de realisatie van IT Rooms een hightech activiteit is die professioneel moet worden bedreven en steeds breder efficiënt kan worden toegepast.

Het programma (https://fhi.nl/itroominfra/programma-2018/) bestaat uit 33 lezingen (3 plenair en 30 parallel). De onderwerpen van de lezingen zijn zorgvuldig op elkaar afgestemd en verdeeld in vijf tracks:
1. Always on!
2. Cost Control
3. Risk & Security
4. Sustainability
5. ICT Trends

62 bedrijven exposeren tijdens het event: https://fhi.nl/itroominfra/exposanten/

-> Op 13 november in Den Bosch presenteren Robbert Hoeffnagel van Green IT Amsterdam en Lucas Slim van SURFsara het ReStructure-project, waarin een businessmodel is uitgewerkt

ReStructure-project: http://www.greenitamsterdam.nl/projects/1357-restructure-towards-a-truly-circular-model-for-datacenter-equipment
Link agenda event: https://fhi.nl/itroominfra/datacenterapparatuur-waarom-nieuw-kopen-als-2e-hands-beter-is/

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

New flexible energy solutions for neighbourhoods

> New flexible energy solutions for neighbourhoods
> Up to 40% energy self-sufficiency for an innovative neighbourhood in Amstelveen.

A future all electric neighbourhood generates 66% of all energy needed, but struggles with high peak flows in both summer and winter.

This high grid impact can be reduced when flexibility is introduced in the heating and EV charging.

That's what consultancy firm Resourcefully concludes about the new De Scheg neighbourhood in Amstelveen, the Netherlands.

The self-sufficiency (energy which both is produced and consumed at the same location) of a typical residential area can be increased from 27% to nearly 40% through the flexible use of generated electricity.

The study used data on solar panels, household energy consume and electric vehicles to calculate how sustainable a planned neighbourhood in Amstelveen can be designed.

Resourcefully developed a flexible dashboard to increase and combine solar energy, electric mobility and heating for city neighbourhoods.

This dashboard provides a concrete contribution to the energy and mobility transition in the city, supporting decision makers, grid and EV charging points operators and installers.

The results and recommendations are available with the link below:

Dutch article: https://www.deingenieur.nl/artikel/amstelveense-wijk-voor-veertig-procent-zelfvoorzienend

English article: https://www.deingenieur.nl/artikel/40-energy-autonomy-for-new-neighbourhood-in-amstelveen

Full report: https://resourcefully.nl/2018/09/05/energy-mobility-flexibility-in-a-future-neighbourhood/

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