29 June 2020
Humans of EEMCS - Kaikai Pan
In 2015, hackers attacked the power grid in Ukraine, leaving at least 230,000 people without power for six hours. This incident inspired Kaikai Pan to devise an algorithm that can make smart power grids more secure. ‘We try to look into the hacker’s brain to understand what steps they take. We then aim to use that knowledge to make the grid more secure.’
11 June 2020
Dutch PV Portal 3.0 has launched
The Dutch PV Portal has been created to provide publically accessible information on solar energy in the Netherlands, based on scientific research performed by the Photovoltaic Materials and Devices (PVMD) group at Delft University of Technology. The website combines the modelling expertise of the PVMD group with real-time and historical weather measurements of the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI) to create a realistic assessment of the potential for solar energy generation in the Netherlands. With the Dutch PV Portal, the PVMD group hopes to increase the public understanding of solar energy and contribute to the application of photovoltaics as an energy source.
26 May 2020
Hybride tandemzonnecel van 30 procent binnen handbereik voor Nederlandse onderzoekers
Onder de vlag van het Joint Solar Programme III werken 4 Nederlandse onderzoeksinstellingen in samenwerking met onder meer Shell aan de zonnecel van de toekomst: een hybride tandemzonnecel met 30 procent rendement.
26 May 2020
NDA signed between TenneT and TU Delft
In May 2020, the strategic cooperation between TenneT and TU Delft/EWI reached a new level. EWI dean John Schmitz and TenneT COO Ben Voorhorst signed a non-disclosure agreement on network data and historical data.