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Utilities directly share two smart city domains environment/energy and mobility. As cities are the fastest growing form of settlement worldwide requiring sustainable energy systems to deal with their increasing density and size. This growth implicates a growing resource demand for buildings, infrastructure and energy supply in urban areas. City authorities are challenged worldwide because the need for mobility and sustainable energy is rising.
Hybrid systems with optimal energy mix are partly solution to the severe environmental problems, the scarcity of fossil fuels and the constant growth of energy needs. The optimal energy mix contains renewable energy sources, energy efficiency solutions, energy storage options and e-mobility charging infrastructure. Utilities can help serve people-centered smart city goals across the energy and mobility domains by implementing optimal energy mix solutions.
The self-sufficient building: With electricity from renewables (solar), you can curb-down the fossil fuel consumption of your home, apartment- or office building, reduce operational costs, and significantly improve your CO2 footprint.
To achieve the energy sufficient building, you need an optimized mix of innovative technologies, including PV units, heat pumps, batteries, and smart Demand Side Management.
Smart Demand Side Management for industry: Use the inherent flexibility potential of your assets to cut load peaks and to profit from flexible tariffs.
Sustainable Energy for Energy Islands: Renewable energy sources (solar, wind, hydro) hold a great potential for communities in remote areas and other places not connected to the electricity grid. Instead of diesel generators, solar panels and wind turbines can create cheap, clean and sustainable electricity.
To provide sustainable energy for Energy Islands, an optimized mix of innovative technologies and smart Demand Side Management is needed.