Henrik W. Bindner

Henrik W. Bindner

Senior Researcher

DTU ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
Department of Electrical Engineering

Technical University of Denmark

Frederiksborgvej 399

Building 776, room 02

4000 Roskilde

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2018
EcoGrid demonstration project at Bornholm in which DTU Elektro, Center for Electric Power and Energy
22 FEB

EcoGrid 2.0 ready to reveal partial results

EcoGrid 2.0 is a smart grid demonstration project in Denmark remotely controlling 1,000 heat pumps and electric radiators in private households on the island of Bornholm in an attempt to optimize their power consumption. On 14 March partial results will be revealed and demonstrated. 

Energy Electrotechnology
2017
17 JUL

Free access to leading Smart Grid research infrastructure

Once again, PowerLabDK offers free access to our world leading facilities and innovative installations. Starting from 15 August and until 15 November, we invite you to apply for the ERIGrid Transnational Access.

Energy Energy systems Energy efficiency Wind energy
Sustainable energy solutions
25 MAY

New multidisciplinary advisory service on sustainable energy

Center for Electric Power and Energy (CEE), and DTU in general, has a long tradition of advising both authorities and industry on scientific matters. In order to accommodate an increasing demand of sustainable energy solutions, we have now established an advisory service called REPLI.

Energy Energy efficiency Energy systems Electricity supply
2016
Control Center Lab / PowerLabDK
26 OCT

PowerLabDK offers free access to leading Smart Grid research infrastructure

Starting from September 15 and up to December 15, 2016, the ERIGrid project welcomes applications for its first call for transnational access. Users from research, academia and industry are invited to apply for free access to top European smart grids research laboratories of ERIGrid partners including the PowerLabDK facilities.

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03 OCT

DTU collaboration with China could save thousands of tonnes of carbon emissions

DTU Electrical Engineering has launched an ambitious collaboration project with China that will increase the proportion of green energy in the electricity grid and ensure that surplus wind power can be transformed into gas and heating. In practice, it will reduce the pressure on the climate. Innovation Fund Denmark has invested DKK 6.3...

Electrotechnology Energy Energy systems Energy storage Energy production Electricity supply
2014
iPower conference 18.19 november 2014
21 NOV

Danish Energy Research Succesfully Delivers Real-Life Demonstration of Smart Grid

The iPower program for research and innovation co-funded by the Innovation Foundation has successfully shown live demonstrations of key end-to-end smart grid solutions. The demonstrated solutions enable demand resources in form of buildings, supermarket coolers and chillers to provide flexibility to a renewable-based power system and support...

Electrotechnology Energy Energy Wind energy
iPower Conference - Smart Grid in Residential Buildings
21 MAY

iPower Conference about Smart Grid in Residential Buildings

On 13-14 May 2014 the iPower project held the bi-annual consortium meeting – this time hosted by AAU in their Copenhagen facilities. The focus of the conference was research and development of smart grid in residential buildings

Electrotechnology Energy Wind energy