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BPD, Bouwfonds Property Development, is een van de grootste gebiedsontwikkelaars in Europa. Het bedrijf is werkzaam vanuit 16 regionale kantoren in Nederland en Duitsland. Sinds de oprichting in 1946, toen nog onder de naam van Bouwspaarkas Drentsche Gemeenten, heeft BPD de bouw van ruim 340.000 woningen mogelijk gemaakt. Vandaag wonen meer dan één miljoen mensen in woonwijken waarin de hand van BPD zichtbaar is. BPD is marktleider in Nederland, een top 3 speler in Duitsland en onderdeel van Rabobank.

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Sladjana Mijatovic, Program Manager at City of Amsterdam, posted

SEEV4-City: Smart, clean Energy and Electric Vehicles for the City

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SEEV4-City stands for ‘Smart, clean Energy and Electric Vehicles 4 the City’.The SEEV4-City project is exploring how to harness Information and Communication Technologies to structure the energy system in such a way that electric vehicles can be charged by locally produced renewable energy while utilising surplus energy stored in the car batteries. The project involves 7 operational, long-term pilots in 6 cities in 5 European countries.

SEEV4-City project partner Amsterdam ArenA launched on 30th November 2016 their Storage Project together with partners Nissan, EATON and The Mobility House, and is looking forward to further develop the functionality and possible services of this battery storage as part of the SEEV4-City Program.

Eaton Nissan Xstorage

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Stay up to date with this project through the official website: <http://www.northsearegion.eu/seev4-city/>

Or download this information:

http://www.northsearegion.eu/media/2502/seev4-city-_point-of-departure_brochure.pdf

<http://www.northsearegion.eu/media/3024/1706-smart-e-mobility-magazine-seev4-city-article.pdf>

http://www.northsearegion.eu/media/3244/170223_poster_seev4city.pdf

<http://www.northsearegion.eu/media/3162/towards-emission-free-traffic-in-amsterdam.pdf>

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Sladjana Mijatovic, Program Manager at City of Amsterdam, posted

Waste to aromatics

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Convert biomass flows (including cellulose from waste water) into phenols/aromatics which can be used as a basic raw material for the chemical industry.

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In order to produce bio-aromatics from municipal waste streams, the (hemi-) cellulose that is present in the organic fractions needs to be transformed into furans. In turn, these furans serve as an agent for the final production of aromatics. Biorizon-partner TNO has got two technologies available for the conversion of cellulose into furans:

  1. The superheated steam (SHS) technology. This is mainly suitable for the procession of relatively solid material and uses steam to extinguish furans from the waste stream.
  2. The second technology is suitable for the processing of wet fractions and uses a system with two fluid phases in which the furans are pulled towards an organic solvent.

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Sladjana Mijatovic, Program Manager at City of Amsterdam, posted

Power to protein

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Road as materials depot

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increasing recycled materials in asphalts

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