In the coming months, partners of the Co-Evolution of Smart Energy Products and Services (CESEPS) project will focus on exploitation strategy for project outcomes, such as delivering a series of master lectures for utilities, Distribution Market Operators (DMOs) and engineering consultancy firms to promote targeted smart products and services. The decision was reached at CESEPS´ 3rd transnational meeting which took place between 23rd- 24th of May at the University of Twente, in the Netherlands. While existing prototypes and pilots, such as home-charging kits for bikes, can already be exploited, student could be involved for the development of new products and services. Further steps could include also knowledge exploitation workshops organised by the ASEAN Regional Integration Support from the EU (ARISE) programme, online courses and training programmes both in Austria and the Netherlands in the framework of the eseia Education and Training Programme (ETP). At the meeting CESEPS partners also presented their activities and the progresses made to advance the project in terms of technology research. Finally, participants had the opportunity to test the hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) used by the partners at TU Delft for vehicle-to-grid (V2G) studies. Once the smart energy products and services to target will be defined, the CESEPS consortium will proceed to identify the market places for their promotion.
CESEPS Consortium standing next to the hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) of TU Delft
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