Between 9 and 13 October four representatives from the Australian City of Adelaide visited Manchester and Brussels as part of the EU World Cities project. Whilst in Manchester, Triangulum partners presented the project’s progress on Distributed Energy Systems. This included a site visit to Manchester Metropolitan University’s Birley campus which will host Solar Photovoltaic’s and Electrical Energy Storage alongside energy saving interventions via a central controller provided by Siemens. The following day, presentations from Triangulum partners were made about incorporating Electric Vehicles into a corporate fleet, and also about the data visualisation work of Triangulum.
A delegation from Adelaide, partner city of Manchester on the EC funded ‘World Cities’ project, visit MMU’s sustainable Birley Fields campus