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SEEV4-City Key Reports available

The SEEV4-City project key reports are available! Head to the publications page for the latest, or click on the individual links below. Operational Pilot Final Reports: Kortrijk ...

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Guest lecture by prof Putrus (Northumbria University) at Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences: Battery Technology to Support Sustainable Energy and Transport Systems

Professor Ghanim Putrus from Northumbria University has delivered a guest lecture to university students, at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences. His lecture slides for...

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Webinar on 10 June: Energy meets Mobility: Synergies in Transportation Hubs & Smart Charging pilots

The rapid electrification of mobility has a big impact on transportation-hubs due to the growing need for charging infrastructure. Coordination between municipalities, grid...

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To what extent do Dutch EV drivers accept V2G at long-term parking? Thesis by Koen van Heuveln at TU Delft in collaboration with CENEX NL provides insights

Our SEEV4-City partner Cenex Nederland works on several user-perspective initiatives, some also through activities within SEEV4-City, which are aimed at understanding the role...

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SEEV4-City Closing Conference – What is the Future of EVs and Renewables?

Time: Wednesday April 22, 2020                    Location: Scandic Vulkan Hotel, Oslo, Norway Concept: Enabling clean and green transportation by increasing the...

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Survey online: Good practice examples on renewable energy supply, smart charging & electric vehicles in the EU

Share your city information, strategies, needs and requirements on renewable energy production and recharging infrastructure for electric vehicles. SEEV4-City, in cooperation with...

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Article in Applied Energy published: Multi-Objective Techno-Economic-Environmental Optimisation of Electric Vehicle for Energy Services

The article “Multi-Objective Techno-Economic-Environmental Optimisation of Electric Vehicle for Energy Services” (MOTEEO), has been published in the journal Applied...

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SEEV4-City Extension Approved!

We are delighted to announce you that the Interreg North Sea Region Joint Secretariat has granted us a technical project extension by 6 months until 25th October 2020. This...

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Seminar on Vehicle for Energy Services on November 8th, 2019 in Newcastle

The seminar hosted by Northumbria University at City Centre Campus on November 8th, 2019, in Newcastle aimed to explore technical advancement, regulatory support and viable...

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“Pathways to energy autonomy – challenges and opportunities”

The journal article “Pathways to energy autonomy – challenges and opportunities” authored by Edward Bentley and colleagues from Northumbria University, Cenex NL and...

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