Energy concepts for reaching sustainable urban districts
|Programme||Embedded Systems, Computer Science or Mathematics|
|Contact||Richard van Leeuwen|
In Meppel, a new urban district “Nieuwveenslanden” is developed in which for the first time, a smart grid is applied for controlling electric and thermal energy generation and consumption. A PhD of the University of Twente investigates the renewable energy system and develops the smart Grid control algorithms together with i-NRG. The renewable energy concept involves a biogas CHP, underground thermal storage, heat pumps and distributed heating/cooling. Due to the financial risks involved, individual renewable energy generation concepts are becoming more attractive than distributed concepts.
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