Testing heat systems in a simulated flat or monumental villa.
An important role for green hydrogen in future energy supplies.
We offer a miltidisciplinary learning environment where students, companies and governmental agencies meet.
The energy testing ground of EnTranCe is the place where good ideas are further developed.
Recently the world seems to move a whole lot faster than it usually does. But, at the same time, we seem to be standing completely still. This is a sensation experienced in shared fashion across the globe right now in the shadow of the infamous coronavirus (COVID-19), which suddenly and shockingly gripped our usual way of life and picked it apart. Everyone was impacted, and straying away from frequent news broadcasts and conversations about the virus proved to be an impossible task, often driving us up the wall in despair and confusion. There is a current day phenomenon that shares similar traits with the coronavirus, albeit a much slower process: climate change.
If humanity wants to avoid permanent climatic changes one step is a radical rethink of the current electrical grid. This is what I discovered in the research for my internship advisory report on energy storage options.
Tijdens het SIA congres van dit jaar is één van de deelsessie verzorgd door het Lectorenplatform EnergieVoorziening in Evenwicht (LEVE), waar de Hanzehogeschool penvoerder van is.