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  • On Thursday 22nd June 2017, project manager Hugo Niesing presented SEEV4-City at the Energy systems for smart mobility conference (EUSEW2017), Brussels. The conference encouraged discussion on questions such as: which specific solutions have to be designed today to anticipate the future developments of decarbonised transport? What kind of concrete projects are currently set in the field of clean energies for transport? 


  • Prof. Ghanim Putrus of Northumbria University, project partner of SEEV4-City, gave a talk during the 7th International Conference on Modern Power Systems on his vision on future power networks. The conference was held in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, from 6th to 9th of June 2017, throwing a bridge between recent advances of research on modern power systems.



  • The SEEV4-City launch event took place on May 12th during the 2nd Vehicle 2 Grid Conference in Amsterdam (May 11-12th). More information at the conference website!


  • Spreading the news about the SEEV4-City project at the at the 10th Universities High Voltage Network Colloquium (Glasgow Caledonian University, 18 - 19 January 2017), Prof. Ghanim Putrus of Northumbria University gave a key note talk entitled "Will the lights stay on?"


  • Cenex presented the latest developments in V2G and implications for future smart, integrated urban energy systems during the Vehicle To Grid (V2G) Workshop organised by LEVEL on 14 December 2016 in Derby, UK. LEVEL (Low Emission Vehicle Enterprise & Learning)  delivers skills training, business networking and knowledge transfer in emerging low carbon transport technologies is a joint initiative of Derby City Council, Nottingham City Council, Cenex and CleanTech Business Ltd.



  • On 26 – 27th October 2016, Hugo Niesing (Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences) attended the International Energy Agency's Expert Workshop on V2X User perception, Business Models and Regulatory Framework. The SEEV4-City project was introduced during his talk on the 27th, dealing with practical V2G experiences in Amsterdam and evolving European initiatives & networks, where electric vehicles and city renewables really co-operate, enforcing each-other & future clean cities.


  • September 27 – 29th 2016, Prof. Ghanim Putrus of Northumbria University went to an international conference entitled “E-mobility: Challenges for Technology and Urban Infrastructure Development” held in Hamburg between HafenCity University (HCU), Hamburg University, Hamburg University of Applied Sciences,  which was sponsored also by the relevant German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure and the Model Regions Elektromobility Federal research & demonstration program, as well city and trusts bodies in Hamburg responsible for or interested in this field.

    The conference was part of a HafenCity University project called Sino-German Electromobility Research (SINGER), reaching across to China as well as to the German Rhein-Ruhr and Bremen-Oldenburg regions.

    Prof. Putrus’s invited presentation was on Wednesday 28th, within conference module 4a: Workshop Technology (part 1), and was entitled “General requirements and challenges for battery management in EV”.


  • Richard Kotter from Northumbria University attended the “Switched on Scotland: Roadmap Refresh Workshop” on the 23rd of September 2016 organised by E-cosse, which is a public-private sector partner initiative on e-mobility in Scotland. The E-cosse partners are Transport Scotland (on behalf of the Scottish government), Urban Foresight (a consulting company with track record, including at IEA and EU level) and the Energy Savings Trust (UK-wide, work a lot with UK government). The workshop was one of “two workshops that brought together over 60 participants from across the public and private sector” and resulted in publication of the "National Framework Of Local Incentives For Electric Vehicles".

    Richard Kotter made key people aware of the SEEV4City project, and E-cosse asked to be updated as the project goes along.