University Delft, course e-mobility business models

crowd funding, sustainable future

Projects worldwide show that financial sustainability is a hard nut to crack, especially when technology is still under development and governments are searching for the right policies to increase adoption.

The University Delft offers a course e-mobility. Learn from experts how to develop profitable e-mobility business models.
This new course explains how can electric mobility work for various businesses, including fleet managers, automobile manufacturers and charging infrastructure providers.

 

Started on June 26, 2018 Read More

GE MicroGrid Solution

GE MicroGrid Solution

One of many battery-system components that will help microgrids.

General Electric (GE) published a MicroGrid architectures for distribution companies and MicroGrid operators.

The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) defines a MicroGrid as a group of “distinct distributed resources such as generators or loads”, located within close geographical proximity of each other, “so that they represent a single generator or load to the wider electricity system.” Read More

Positive business case producing hydrogen on Oil Platforms North Sea

oil platform s

Important additional returns for society can be that less investment is required in offshore power grid to the extent that existing gas grid can be used to get offshore wind energy onshore.

An interesting study of the Energy Delta Institute remained unnoticed for two months: it could be financially attractive to produce hydrogen at unemployed oil platforms in the North Sea with wind energy that is extracted at sea nearby. 

In a report launched November 2015, EDI presented the findings of a study on a simulated wind-and-gas-energy-conversion pilot project in the North Sea. Read More