The SMILE project shares a data set with the BALANCE project

The project SMILE (https://www.h2020smile.eu/) shared with the BALANCE project a set of data concerning the energy production and consumption at the marina of the island of Samsø, Denmark and this contribution is gratefully acknowledged. The data will be used for the business evaluation of the reversible Solid Oxide Cell technology on island location with very high level of variable renewable power generation. The rSOC technology can adapt the local consumption profile to match the weather-dependant power production. 

"It is very nice that another H2020 project finds our project, and we start to exchange data", says Jan Jantzen, workpackage leader at Samso Energy Academy.

The Smart Islands Energy Systems (SMILE) project will develop nine smart grid solutions in three large-scale pilot projects in different regions of Europe with similar topographic characteristics but different policies.

The SMILE project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 731249.

A cabin arrives at Ballen marina, Samso, for housing a battery system (Lithium Balance 240 kWh)

A cabin arrives at Ballen marina, Samso, for housing a battery system (Lithium Balance 240 kWh)