A new milestone: recently Energysense delivered its first dataset, this ‘first one’ upon request of the University of Groningen’s Faculty of Spatial Sciences. The questionnaire about the impact of societal energy initiatives was compiled by Professor Dr. Ina Horlings and her team.
At the TransFuture Festival energy producers and energy users came together. In our ‘co-creation’ workshop an innovative product was placed under the scrutiny of the workshop participants.
On June 22 Energysense participated in the TransFuture Festival – a summer get together for entrepreneurs, businesses, governments and other interested parties on the topic of new energy and innovation at Zernike Campus Groningen.
On Thursday 22nd and Friday 23rd of June, EnTranCe will be hosting the TransFuture Festival for the third time. A festival for professionals, entrepreneurs, companies, governments and stakeholders around new energy and innovation.
During the academic year 2017-2018, Energysense will engage in a collaborative project with the University of Lund on the theme “DATA: enabling us to better store, observe and understand what we measure”.
How can Energysense stimulate and support research on social innovation for the energytransition? The answer to this question will be at the heart of an upcoming presentation by Anne Beaulieu, programme manager of Energysense, during the conference Energy and Social Innovation organised by the Delft Energy Initiative on 3-4 April 2017.
Some 70 participating households registered for the first Energysense Participants Event and on Friday the 10th of March our team welcomed our guests at the new Energy Academy building.
In the course of developing Energysense, we regularly reach milestones. And this is definitely one of them: the launch of the online Energysense Data Catalogue for researchers.
Since the Energysense team recently moved its offices into the Energy Academy building, this was a great occasion to welcome the Energysense participants into this new home, given that Energysense is already entering into hundreds of participants’ homes.