Category Archives: e-harbours events

Staff exchange Hamburg – Malmö

During late August a delegation from City of Malmö visited Hamburg University of Applied Science to learn more on the findings of the e-harbours project in Hamburg. Hans Schaefers and Philipp Wellbrock, from Hamburg University of Applied Science held presentations … Continue reading

Energy Matters: a summary of the conference

The e-harbours conference Energy Matters drew a large audience to the city center of Zaanstad, March 21/22 2013. The conference marked a new step in the development of the e-harbours program, shifting the attention from research on the advantages and … Continue reading

Jan Gerbitz presentation at Energy Matters 2013

This presentation was to be held during the Energy Matters Conference in Zaanstad March 21st 2013 by Jan Gerbitz, IBA Hamburg.

Staff exchange in Malmö

On November 22nd staff from City of Amsterdam, City of Malmö, E.ON and WSP met in WSPs office in Malmö to exchange experiences on electric mobility, smart energy systems and air quality levels. Rosemarie van Dijk from City of Amsterdam … Continue reading

Conference report: ‘Enhancing the business case of electric transport’

e-harbours conference on e-mobility, Malmö November 2012: an overview A new and more integrated view on electric mobility is beginning to appear in Europe.  That summarizes the outcome of the recent e-harbours conference on e-mobility in Malmö.  The conference, shed … Continue reading

NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR ELECTRIC MOBILITY IN SMART ENERGY SYSTEMS (E-HARBOURS CONFERENCE NOV 20-21st)

The electric mobility conference has ended and we thank the over 80 participants that joined us. The conference presentations are now available from the website, soon more documentation will follow. Read conference presentations here  »

E-harbours at Smart City Event 2012 – Amsterdam

The Smart City Event 2012 is the largest conference within Europe where all the parties convene for 2 days to learn from the most progressive projects. The focus is on sharing knowledge to realise climate ambitions and energy transition. Jan … Continue reading

Day two report from the Midterm conference

The second day of the e-harbours  mid term conference in Bruges (Belgium) featured  interesting examples of Smart Grids in the making, and strengthened  the links with corresponding European programs. The first day of the mid term conference concentrated on the … Continue reading

First day report from the midterm conference

I-SUP hosts the mid-term conference of the European program e-harbours. Seven harbour regions around the North Sea investigate the advantages of Smart Grids. In the first session of the mid-term conference two e-harbours showcases presented their findings. The case for … Continue reading

Welcome to e-harbours midterm conference!

Right now, live from Bruges! The e-harbours midterm conference 2012 co-hosted with I-SUP 201. Read the agenda, online reports and results from the conference >>