We have tested our E-vehicle smart charger pilot with BMW Electric car i3 and BMW 3-series hybrid at Merihaka Housing Area.
Horizon2020-project mySMARTLife arranged the fourth periodic meeting in Helsinki. Venue was the brand new Metropolia campus.
Almost hundred project members from Lighthouse cities Hamburg, Nantes and Helsinki and follower cities Bydgoszcz (Pol), Rijeka (Cro) and Palentia (Spa) were participating in the meeting.
The mySMARTLife project aims at making the three Lighthouse Cities more environmentally friendly by reducing the CO2 emissions of cities and increasing the use of renewable energy sources.
Salusfin role in the project is related to
- Smart heating solution with district heating demand-response functionality together with Helen Ltd
- Smart personal E-vehicle charging solution
Salusfin is delivering a IoT/ Cloud-based Measurements-made-visible solution to City of Oulu. Delivery is related to CityIoT-project.
The measurements are related to electricity usage (whole building and sub-metering) and environmental sensor values.
Users have access to consumption and sensor data with their mobile devices using a QR-code. Users can also report their alertness using their mobile devices (alertness is mapped with CO2-levels). In Visualizations solution uses traffic light type of tower light and a buzzer.
Delivery can be extended triggering one or more options.
Salusfin signed a distributor agreement with Russian company Apeks.Find here link to Apeks website.
Contract covers Salusfin Building made Smarter concept and target customers are FMCG stores and petrol stations.
Objective is to:
- control heating solutions
- control ventilation systems
- control refrigeration
- use electricity spot price as control data
- use electricity peak price as control data
- extend the co-operation to cover electricity demand-response
The Growth Path of Energy Innovation (Energiainnovaatioiden Kasvupolku) chooses 15 innovative growth companies. A total of 39 companies applied for the growth path.
The jury evaluated the applicant companies based on selection criteria. The criteria were: an innovative business idea, market potential, clear customer need, team and expertise, and a desire for growth.Link (in finnish)
The smart city project mySMARTLife is part of the EU Horizon 2020 program, which tests new solutions to mitigate climate change in cities. In this video you can learn what City of Helsinki has done in the field of energy renovations, urban mobility and ICT solutions.
Salusfin is part of Renovation leap consortium.
Renovation leap is a research program that activates ambitious apartment renovations. Quality criteria are defined in target buildings and how new technical solutions and sourcing processes can enhance the renovations and help meet the objectives. Pilot buildings are in Helsinki and Lahti. Consortium has several members, VTT, group of renovation companies and it is funded by Helsinki-Uusimaa regional council , City of Helsinki, Smart &Clean foundation and ARA.