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Bat2Portal

Bat2Portal brochures provide information about the possibilities as well as points of attention while integrating neighbourhood batteries in residential areas and industrial zones in Flemish Brabant, Belgium.

The information made available through this brochure is the result of extensive research into neighbourhood batteries led by Th!nk E in cooperation with Green Park Energy, Fieldfisher and FINN Agency. The research was completed between August 2019 and June 2020 and was possible thanks to the subsidy of the Province of Flemish Brabant, aims achieving the environmental objectives by 2040.

Enabling framework / Flemish Project / Living Lab
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Logigrid for VIL.be

The Flemish logistic sector is greening its energy supply as part of its targets to become sustainable and climate neutral. Concepts as energy trading, flexibility exchange and its valorisation are analysed and optimised by Th!nk E, together with Powerdale and Witteveen+Bos. The project will assess up to 5 geographically spread logistic clusters in Flanders.

Enabling framework / Flemish Project / Guidance, modelling and optimisation
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ROLECS: Roll Out of Local Energy Communities

ROLECS is an interdisciplinary project where user engagement and communication is combined with engineering tools and real-life testing. The focus is on the potential and limitations of energy communities in Flanders and the assessment of the impact of a wide scale roll out of energy communities. Th!nk E coordinates the project and contributes to the analysis.

Enabling framework / Flemish Project / Guidance, modelling and optimisation / Living Lab
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BORGT

Home batteries were an emerging technology in 2018 and still are in 2020. Clarity is needed with regards to safe and optimally functioning installations. In BORGT, several partners work together on second life, LiFEPO and lead acid safety and certification guidelines. Th!nk E coordinates the project and the set-up of a lead-acid and LiFePO4 set-up.

Flemish Project / Living Lab