New Electrical Sustainable Powerlab smooths the way for energy transition

News - 29 November 2018 - Communication

In a large hall, exploring the most effective way of getting electricity from wind turbines and solar panels across the country to the wall socket in your home. This will be the mission of the new laboratory in the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science, on which construction starts later this year.

According to TU Delft Professor of Photovoltaic Materials and Devices Miro Zeman, there is a real need for this new Electrical Sustainable Powerlab (ESP lab). “The electricity system as we now know it is set to change completely”, he says. Currently, most electricity is generated centrally at coal-, nuclear- and gas-powered plants. They provide a stable supply of energy to the electricity grid.

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