Keele and Siemens to create Europe's largest 'living' energy lab : Page 2 of 2

January 19, 2018 //By Nick Flaherty
John Novac, Global Head of Distributed Energy Systems at Siemens, and Professor Trevor McMillan, Vice Chancellor of Keele University, with Keele Chancellor Sir Jonathon Porritt CBE. 
Keele University is working with Siemens to turn its campus into Europe's single largest integrated electricity, gas and heat Smart Energy Network Demonstrator (SEND).
University to drive this intelligent energy technology forward.”

The demonstrator will be a representation of 'real world' infrastructures in the UK with a mix of technologies from different suppliers used on site. This will enable a smart analysis of energy consumption for the campus so that demand can be better managed locally according to factors such as the number of students on site at any one time and energy needs of individual buildings.

The project will also allow businesses to access the University’s infrastructure in order to develop and test renewables and smart energy technologies.


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