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Le Nov 10 2020

Webinar "Storage in our neighbouring regions"(English) - Register for November 10th


9:30 am to 11:00 am


In the context of the cooperation with our Belgian Partners  Flux50 and TWEED, SMILE is pleased to propose on November 10th a webinar on the topic of storage. This is an opportunity for each partner to highlight some interesting projects.


This webinar will be held in english.


Which projects will be highlighted?


France - SMILE

E4V, Recupelec Rezo

Recupelec Rezo is a Smile project led by E4V. The production lines in the E4V factory are equipped with inverters/chargers to retrieve the waste heat which is stored and then powers the production requirements. At the same time, Enerdigit is developing storage of primary reserves. These two systems are mutualised to provide the energy and power necessary during any major variation between production and network demands. After this a collaborative self-consumption will be assessed. This project is one of the pioneers in the retrieval of waste electricity on an industrial site contributing to supporting the network.


Entech, E-factory

Stationary energy storage: how to provide service to the utilities, promote the penetration of intermittent renewables energies and enable rapid charging of electric vehicles without reinforcing the grids. Technological choices, power management and system performance allow to maximize the value of storage systems.


Wallonia  - TWEED

CMI group opened the largest pilot installation for the storage of green energy in Europe in Seraing end 2018.  This installation, called ‘MiRIS’ (Micro Réseau Intégré Seraing) is composed of 6,500 solar panels, (with a peak production capacity of renewable electricity of 2 mW, the equivalent of 500 to 600 households for a whole year), is allied to batteries of different technologies (redox flow and Litium-Ion).


Flanders - Flux50

The Green Energy Park is a CO2-neutral, realistic living lab equipped with a large-scale electric grid, an ultra-low temperature heat grid and extensive electric mobility possibilities.A green data centre will support the park with the necessary computing power needed to develop sustainable, high-tech solutions.Anyone who is part of this “CO2 Neutral Smart Multi Energy Grid” can supply and consume energy.  This energy is stored in batteries, electric cars, heat buffers and underground energy storage.Speaker: Thierry Coosemans, University of Brussels (VUB)


To learn more about the collaboration with Belgium, you can consult the corresponding news.




Valérie Gravan: - 07 67 91 97 39


Marine Gabory: - 06 99 15 52 54

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