Kick-off day! Yesterday 60 students, both national and international, from various studies were welcomed in the Energy Innovation Lab. The programme started in the morning with a presentation about energy transition and EnTranCe followed by a guided tour around the facility. After the lunch the students presented the project they will be working on for
A new project is going to start at EnTranCe. Together with the company Sunfloat and the Hanze University of Applied Sciences, EnableMi is going to develop three business models for a new technical concept: a tracking PV system on a body of water. With the support of the Minister of Economic Affairs a pilot unit will
During the final symposium from the Energy Innovation Lab, students held their final presentation. The students received a certificate for their participation and contribution to the learning environment at EnTranCe. As a conclusion, there was a barbecue for all the participants, which was very successful thanks to the sunny weather!
The construction of the new building on the EnTranCe grounds was officially launched on Wednesday June 11th. To accommodate the increasing activities of students, researchers and companies the temporary housing will be replaced by a new building. The start of the new building has been celebrated. Royal commissioner Max van den Berg performed the official
Thursday the 15th of May the event New Energy Business Community took place at EnTranCe. During this event there was explained what EnTranCe and Energy VentruLab (focused on business development) can mean in an innovation process, but also in terms of development as well as financing. Fellow entrepreneurs gave a pitch about their experiences with innovation
Teachers of the Hanze University of Applied Sciences Groningen were invited to think about the manner in which the connection between energy, education and research can be strengthened. In total eight entries submitted, derived from different schools. The ideas were assessed on: – connection between Energy, Education and Research – renovation – students reach –