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The PowerMatching City project in the city of Groningen is a unique field trial where the Smart Grid Concept is being tested in practice. A total of 40 homes have been fitted with solar PV panels, intelligent meters, sustainable heating facilities, smart appliances, electric vehicles and in-home displays. All homes are behind a single substation, which is also controlled as part of the project. A separate wind turbine acts as extra source of sustainable energy. The consumption of energy is matched, in real time, with the available supply. The predictive system is able to deal with peaks in the amount of available solar and wind energy, while respecting the power network capacity limits. The residents of the homes have full insight of their energy consumption and their comfort levels are guaranteed. In addition, they can participate in newly developed smart energy services.
The KWIC-Temperature Monitoring System (TMS) project is a patented Tracking and Tracing, to improve the efficiency of blood components and patient safety for the transfusion patient. The system can also be used as a quality system for tissue, organs, medicine and raw materials. In the Netherlands 3500 patients per annum Die of Sepsis, probably by bacterial contamination caused by too warm blood (KWIC will participate in a research project to examine to relation between temperature and bacterial contamination initiated by the Minister of Health with Their KWIC-TMS system).
The market for electric vehicles is booming. People are attracted by the possibility to use renewable energy to drive their cars in an environmental friendly way. The relatively short distances in the Netherlands are well suited for electric transport; The Netherlands also has an extensive and reliable electricity grid. Not surprising therefore that new models of electric vehicles (EV) are the first to be released in the Netherlands. With the recently introduced EV with a range extender, the share of EV’s in the market is growing rapidly. One of the characteristics of electric vehicles is that they need to be charged regularly. Therefore GreenFlux is implementing a broad network of charge points. They are for instances placed nearby hotels and restaurants along the Dutch motorways which allows drivers to, do others things while charging the EV, such as enjoying a mail, have meetings, or work on WiFi hotspots. In addition, GreenFlux also places charge point at home and at work. With GreenFlux at home, at work and on the move drivers can always charge EV’s simple, fast and inexpensive!
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