BNR broadcast of 19 november : smart grids

BNR, one of the leading Dutch news radio channels, had a program on smart grids on Wednesday 19th of November. In this program the focus was on a pilot with energy storage in batteries at home. In Amsterdam Nieuw-West, up to 10 people will have a battery at home to store their energy. This makes it possible to double the amount of solar energy a household can use themselves. Within City-zen, this pilot will lead to a demonstration of up to 100 home batteries.

Annelies van der Stoep, local coordinator in Amsterdam, is one of the guests. The broadcast is in Dutch.

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Relisten the broadcast of Wednesday 19 november

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