Cities - 14/November/2017

An urban energy battery trial

A full scale energy management laboratory is part of a dockland regeneration project in Copenhagen

A full-scale smart city energy laboratory in Copenhagen aims to demonstrate how electricity, heating, cooling, and electric vehicles can be integrated into an intelligent energy system. The four year project includes a grid-scale lithium-ion battery that when fully charged can power 60 households for 24 hours. ...

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