CleanMobilEnergy Final Conference
CleanMobilEnergy is hosting its final conference! Entitled 'Road to decarbonisation - clean, smart and secure solutions', the conference will reveal all on the REMove tool, as well as present the project's main achievements in the pilot cities of Nottingham, Stuttgart, Schwäbisch Gmünd, and Arnhem. The latter will also be shown in a site visit, where the REMove tool will be seen in action.
Interreg North-West Europe's CleanMobilEnergy (CME) project is organising its final conference in Arnhem, Netherlands, on 6 and 7 December 2022.
This final event of the Interreg North-West Europe-funded CleanMobilEnergy (CME) project will be a unique opportunity to understand our road to decarbonisation. We will hear from CME and other pioneering projects, governments and organisations on 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 to paint a holistic picture of the future of the energy system and how we get there.
Such a system 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 will 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, through a high-level plenary and in-depth parallel sessions covering the technical approaches, social inclusion and engagement, governance and business models, and integration of local energy with e-mobility.
The 1.5-day conference will feature real-world implementation learnings from CME and other state-of-the-art projects in the field such as the highly awarded community Virtual Power Plant project, the community heat network by Veolia and the COBEN project, upscaling V2G and V2X implementation in the SCALE and Drive2X projects, and more. In the CME pilots, e-mobility solutions were implemented together with local renewables, storage and an open-source energy management system in Arnhem, Nottingham, Stuttgart, and Schwäbisch Gmünd to connect, monitor and optimise the energy flows, increasing the value of local renewable energy while limiting the impact on the grid.
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- Want to know more? Do not hesitate to write Pedro Gomes, Project manager and Coordinator of the Clean Vehicles & Air quality Working Group!
More on the project
Across northwest Europe, cities are increasingly investing in renewable energy production and charging infrastructure for electric vehicles. However, the control systems for energy generation, energy utilisation, energy storage, and electric vehicle charging work are currently separate from each other. This results in high people under white and gray concrete structures during daytime photography costs and carbon emissions due to energy inefficiencies. CleanMobilEnergy makes it possible for renewable energy sources to be used locally to charge electric vehicles with 100 % renewable energy.