The Green Village is a small experimental residential area, located on TU Delft Campus. It is a rule-free “open-air lab”, focused on the built environment. With research project 24/7 Energy Lab , a local, self-sufficient and integrated CO2-free energy system is realized at The Green Village for the built environment. It combines the use, generation and storage of renewable energy sources through a smart control system.
CO2-free flexible energy techniques (techniques that can provide energy when needed without co2 being emitted during production) are desperately needed to meet the climate targets. Natuur & Milieu has previously explored this as a follow-up now with our support to organize workshops with the aim that policymakers, politicians and companies become convinced of the importance of these techniques and their application is promoted.
The Eco-Runner Team Delft designs, builds and races the world’s most fuel-efficient hydrogen-powered (city) car every year. With the Eco-Runner, the team participates in the Shell Eco-Marathon within the urban concept class and strives to win it. With this, the team promotes hydrogen as a fuel in mobility with the aim of making a sustainable future more tangible for a large audience.