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Van der Valk Hotel Almere

45 Veluwezoom

1327 AK Almere

Netherlands

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Creating synergies from clean energy and e-mobility through innovative policies, technology and implementation.

European cities are moving massively into electric mobility. Renewable energy in the city is also growing fast, mostly solar as the most viable clean source of energy in densely populated areas. This conference addresses the need for integrating e-mobility and renewables, facilitated by ICT and how these developments can reinforce benefits instead of creating problems for each other.

Large scale integration of e-mobility and renewables in and around the city is a challenge. Growth in solar energy creates an energy production peak in the early afternoon, which mismatches with the energy demand peaks in the morning and evening. This creates problems for the electricity grid, which will aggravate rapidly if we do not act now. Integrated zero emission mobility and clean energy, smart storage and flexible demand will play a large role in tackling these issues.

Where the EV ENERGY project is focused at good practice and policies to encourage this integration in cities, the CleanMobilEnergy project develops and implements a Europe-wide applicable Energy Management System, with a focus on optimising multiple energy generation, storage and consumption devices within the city. Together with both projects, this conference aims to boost large-scale integration of clean energy, clean mobility and flexible demand and storage.

This conference brings together outstanding examples from Europe about large scale e-mobility parking,
smart EV-charging in the city and related energy exchange experiences to ‘un-stress’ the grid. The specific
workshop topics are:
■ Energy Management Systems in Europe
■ Simulation tools for energy planning
■ Policy for the development of viable business models

The example projects demonstrate the need for an ‘energy systems’ approach in which the energy and mobility sector can produce synergies and reinforce each other.

Check out the current programme here.

We look forward to your participation in this conference.

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Van der Valk Hotel Almere

45 Veluwezoom

1327 AK Almere

Netherlands

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Organiser Province of Flevoland, City of Arnhem, GreenIT Amsterdam & Resourcefully

Organiser of European Clean Energy & Mobility Conference

Flevoland is the newest province in The Netherlands, with most of its lands reclaimed from the sea in the mid 20th century. It is the most sustainable Dutch province, with much wind, solar, biomass and geothermal energy produced. The province aims to be energy neutral by 2020, and is involved in European energy innovation projects such as EV Energy to achieve this target.



The City of Arnhem is known as the 'electricity capital' of the Netherlands and is a frontrunner in the field of clean energy and mobility. With many companies and knowledge institutions specialising in the supply of electricity, it is a natural hub within regional, national and international networks that are leading the way with innovations linked to smart power grids, energy storage and e-mobility.



GreenIT Amsterdam is a non-profit that makes the energy transition possible with IT for the Amsterdam region. We share knowledge, expertise and ambitions for achieving these sustainable targets with our public and private Green IT Leaders. Our mission is to scout, test and showcase innovative IT solutions for increasing energy efficiency and decreasing carbon emissions.



Resourcefully is an environmental consultancy providing project management and technical services to both public and private sector clients in the Netherlands and the European Union. Our work is designed to provide creative advice and support on a wide range of strategic and site-specific issues, with a focus on the integration of renewable energy and e-mobility.

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