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NETfficient Webinar on Energy Storage – Business Models, Environmental Impacts, Replication |31 October|
NETfficient project invites you to join the webinar on Energy Storage with a focus on Business Models, Environmental Impacts, Replication on Wednesday, October 30th 2018, 11:00-12:00. Don't miss this webinar, when you areconsidering energy storage solutions at low or medium voltage level!
Visit the NETfficient stand at European Utility week 6-8 November 2018, Vienna Austria
The NETfficient project is part of the InvestEU campaign!
NETfficient consortium visited the Williams Grand Prix Collection (private collection by Sir Frank Williams).
From 23rd - 25th of January 2018: NETfficient project partner Williams Advanced Engineering is hosting NETfficient partner meeting in Wantage ( Oxfordshire - UK).
Here you can see some images of the installations and finished set-up for NETfficient Medium Voltage Use Case 1 – Peak shaving and ancillary services in the market, including the medium voltage Hybrid Energy Storage Solution (HESS), with its three main elements: Inverter, Li-Ion System and Ultracaps System.
At the end of 2017, all installations were fully constructed and built up, serving as NETfficient Use Cases' demonstrators. Here you can see how materials have arrived at Borkum and were stored until installations:
Hot off the press: Our second brochure has just arrvied.
Current progress and updates of NETfficient installations process for the five use cases of common energy demand scenarios of medium and low voltage on the island of Borkum.
Project Advisory Board Members Sought. NETfficient-project wishes to increase the number of its Advisory Board members. For more information please contact us: http://netfficient-project.eu/
Fourth NETfficient partner meeting in Freiburg (Germany). 2017, NETfficient project successfully started into its third year with a partner meeting in Freiburg im Breisgau (Germany).
On 27th September 2016 Netfficient partners followed the invitation of SME partner Power Tech Systems (PTS) to visit its laboratory in Poissy (France).