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Sharing mobility with ECARCELL

Sharing mobility with ECARCELL

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Healthy drink. Happy positive nice women drinking juice and talking to each other while waiting for the car to be charged
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the smartest way sharing green mobility
ECARCELL is a total concept for sharing electric transport. The purpose of Ecarcell is to offer green mobility at minimal cost. You can become a member of a small group, or ‘cell’,  which jointly leases suitable electric transport which is then shared based on use and costs.

Every cell chooses its own means of transport, and thus – due to the multi-modal and modular approach – the cell can match the transport to its requirements. The members of the cell can also decide to make its vehicles available to third parties at certain times, which drives down costs even further. And by linking the cells to one another in a smart way mobility networks can be created that supplement regional public transport or may even replace it. Together with residents, local companies and authorities Ecarcell will flesh out this ambitious project of Brainport Smart District. We are striving to realise 100 cells in Brandevoort and surrounding areas within 4 years.

The feasibility of the proposal is currently being investigated. If the outcome is positive, the proposal may well become a reality.

OWNER PROJECT

ECARCELL

PARTNERS

Sycada | Driessen Udenhout | Ecotap | UNU | Athlon | TU/e

PROGRAMME LINES

mobile district, participation

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Net energy generating homes

Net energy generating homes

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Foto: David Rozing 8 juli 2017  Nederland, Heerhugowaard. Wijk stad van de Zon, een grote energieneutrale woonwijk. Moeder met kind op fiets fietst langs grote zonpanelen in de openbare ruimte voor opwekkenen schone stroom. Duurzame straatverlichting. Lantaarnpaal. Foto: David Rozing
Net energy generating homes
Net energy generating living aims for a self-sufficient residential district. That is to say that the district generates all the energy it consumes.

In fact, more energy than is needed for heating, hot water and all electrical equipment in and around the house. The residents can use the extra energy for example to charge their electric car. It is important that the surplus energy is stored and shared with other residents, so that no energy is lost and there is always enough energy available for every single household within the district. Every house has its own circular home battery. These batteries are collected to a collective ‘smart grid’, in which the residents can share energy throughout the district. Using smart software, ‘off-grid’ demand and supply are matched the best way possible. By clever matching of generation, storage and consumption the district is fully self-sufficient in terms of energy. In this clip director René Beks talks about the houses.

The feasibility of the proposal is currently being investigated. If the outcome is positive, the proposal may well become a reality.

OWNER PROJECT

Hendriks Coppelmans Bouwgroep

PARTNERS

PROGRAMME LINES

district with energy | mobile district