The EU-funded project aims to install 4 hybrid power-to-power storage systems in isolated areas of Italy, Greece and Norway There are more than 10’000 populated islands around the world and an estimated 750 million islanders. Many of these islands, especially
Remote is part of the Consultation Forum for Sustainable Energy in the Defence and Security Sector Phase II which aims to probe how energy efficiency measures, renewable energy sources and technologies, could be more efficiently applied to the European defence
Partners of the REMOTE project met on June 28 and 29 for the first partner meeting which took place in Trondheim, in the northern part of Norway, thanks to Sintef hospitality. The meeting was the chance to connect and discuss
The REMOTE brochure is online. You can download it in a double format: a digital version for online and virtual use, and a print version in case you need a physical tool for communication purposes.
Discover the functioning of Remote project downloading the that shows the details of the energy supplying and storage. The different approaches are defined demo by demo on the base of renewable resources available and territory character.
Pictures will be updated with all the improvements about the installations. Don’t miss it and have a look to the Gallery.
The REMOTE project will be presented in a dedicated local events on technologies for off-grid remote areas, with focus on mountain locations. The presentation will be in Turin (IT) on Friday 18/05/2018. Prof. Santarelli from POLITO, coordinator of the project,
Let’s see a few details about what REMOTE project is, starting from CORDIS technical sheet. Take a look to the web doc.