Op vrijdag 23 november 2018 vindt voor de zevende keer hét evenement HIER opgewekt plaats. Met 900 bezoekers en ruim dertig sessies is het Evenement HIER opgewekt het grootste landelijke evenement voor lokale energie-initiatieven in Nederland.
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This final event of the Interreg North-West Europe CleanMobilEnergy (CME) project will be a unique opportunity to understand our road to decarbonisation. Speakers from the CME project and other innovative projects and organisations will share their experiences and learnings regarding realising local energy communities, electric mobility, sustainable heating, energy storage and smart, flexible energy systems (such as V2G) from a range of perspectives including technical, financial, social, governance and legal/policy to paint a holistic picture of the future of the energy system and how we get there.
The 1.5-day conference will feature experiences from the implementation of pilots in Arnhem, Nottingham, Stuttgart and Schwäbisch Gmünd within the CME project as well as real-world implementation learnings from other state-of-the-art projects in the field. In the CME pilots, e-mobility solutions were implemented together with local renewables, storage and an open-source energy management system (the REMove tool) to connect, monitor and optimise the energy flows. By matching local energy needs with local renewables through smart solutions, such a system increases renewable energy's economic value and significantly reduces CO2 emissions. This also contributes to increased energy security and independence of European cities and regions, at a time when the cost of energy has been increasing to record levels throughout Europe.
This event is meant for forward-looking local decision makers (including local and regional governments, community organisations and cooperatives), system integrators, e-mobility providers, renewable energy providers, electricity grid operators and ICT developers, to provide a clear view of how models such as energy communities and energy management tools like ReMove can support organisations, cities and regions in their decarbonisation journeys. The event will be held in English.
Finally, the second day of this event will include a site visit to the CME project’s Arnhem pilot site, where the ReMove tool supports the supply of local renewable energy from a 14MW solar farm to river cruise ships in the maintenance harbour adjacent to the city’s industrial area through a cold ironing (shore-to-ship power) system, as well as other pilots conducted at the IPKW innovative business park such as fuelling of hydrogen vehicles.
Our call for monumental VvEs in the city centre of Amsterdam:
Are you interested getting a detailed technical analysis and report, conducted by TU Delft, of your monumental building? We are looking for a VvE in the city centre of Amsterdam for our research project!
We will provide you with free advice and insights into your options and a multi-year plan for the sustainable renovation of your property.
Interested? Please contact: M.K.Dang@tudelft.nl
More details about the research project
Based on that vision, the 1-year exploratory research “Collect Your Retrofits” funded by the KIEM Goci (NWO) and as part of the High-hanging fruit program, brings together knowledge institutions TU Delft (Climate Design and Sustainability), AMS Institute and Superworld, an international Architecture and Strategic Design practice. The project is also supported by the Gemeente Amsterdam and Stichting !WOON.
“Collect Your Retrofits” intends to design a replicable and collective retrofit approach in the context of monumental areas while reframing the cultural notion of energy. The research intends to answer the following questions: How can we unlock the potential of collective retrofitting at scale in the context of historic buildings? And, what would it mean to design collective decision making process of energy as a common resource?
Do you want to encourage people in your organization to help others to use energy more consciously and thus reduce energy bills? This is possible as an Energy Coach of !WOON. Volunteers in for example Amsterdam, Haarlem and Zaanstad come to people's homes as energy coaches by appointment. You will receive extensive training, material and guidance. For more information, visit https://www.wooninfo.nl/vraagbaak/energie/energiecoach-worden/.
Energy coaches are also active in other municipalities in the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area and you can join them. This is organized by various organizations. Some will work with volunteers and there are organizations that work door-to-door with paid employees. Check your municipality's website for more information.