About the project
The iHeat@Home project contributes to a breakthrough innovation in thermal energy storage: a heat battery which is better, cheaper, smaller and greener than any competitor. This will accelerate the energy transition, promote the development of renewable energy sources, reduce grid investments and create new business. This is all happening here in the Brainport region.
iHeat@Home focuses on solutions for real-time data on the heat battery’s state-of-charge and its optimal data management, with three coherent solutions:
- The basis for a sensor which is robust and cheap
- Communication protocols and data managemen
- Integration in a validated, user-ready heat battery. The aim is to bring this technology to the market by 2023.
Olaf Adan I Project leader
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Olaf Adan – Project leader
Evelien Klein Meuleman – Master student