Local Energy Systems: Opportunities and barriers of replication for the FED-project
The FED system has been up and running at Chalmers since January. It works! The final results will be presented in October, however, some preliminary results are already known. Do come to this breakfast seminar to hear about these results as well as answers to the remaining questions.
The Fossil-free Energy Districts project, FED, is an innovative effort by the City of Gothenburg to decrease the use of energy and the dependence on fossil fuel in a built environment. A unique local marketplace for electricity, district heating and cooling is being developed together with nine strong partners.
Four master students will present results from their studiew on opportunities and barriers of replication to other countries, such as the Netherlands, replication to the City of Gothenburg and to optimizing technical aspects by reducing peak cooling.
In parallel to the optimisation and evaluation happening now, the FED system is looking to scale up by replicating to other contexts. How can this be done? Where should it be replicated to? Which parts of the system are vital? Is it possible to perform a pre-study? Which policies are in the way?
07:30 – 8:00 Breakfast
08:00 – 8:20 The FED project and preliminary results
Stina Rydberg & Claes Sommansson, Johanneberg Science Park
08:25 – 8:40 What are the opportunities and barriers of replicating the FED marketplace to the Netherlands?
Sandra Greven, Eindhoven Technical University
08:45 – 8:55 Replicability of Local Energy Markets to an Urban Region
Nima Mirzaei Alavijeh & Cristina Alemany Benayas,
Chalmers University of Technology
09:00 – 9:10 Reducing peak cooling: A case study at Chalmers Physics Origo building.
Vu Hoang, Chalmers University of Technology
09:15- 9:30 Conclusion and next steps, how will the FED project use these results?
FED is co-financed by the European Regional and Development Fund through the Urban Innovative Actions Initiative, an initiative of the European Commission for cities to test new solutions for urban challenges.