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Akademiska Hus’ buildings bring flexibility to the fossil-free energy system

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Future energy systems need to become more flexible in the way they utilize the functions and energy demands of buildings. As part of the EU-project FlexiGrid, new ways of implementing flexibility technology are currently being tested at Campus Johanneberg in Gothenburg, Sweden.

 

The project aims to develop concrete solutions to improve the utilization of future energy systems by regulating the way technology is used on campus. “Campus Johanneberg’s conditions are very favourable for these kinds of projects. The campus area and its infrastructure have all the properties of a small city.

 

Along with the expertise of Chalmers University of Technology and the innovative enterprises located here, we have a near-unique capability to demonstrate how the flexibility technologies of the future can be (...)

 

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