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Smart Energy Hub

An innovative hydrogen-based energy storage solution for buildings

February 2019
Gallery Smart Energy Hub 1
Gallery Smart Energy Hub 1
01.

Identification

The Smart Energy Hub is an innovative hydrogen-based energy storage solution for NZEB (Net Zero Energy Building) to reach self-efficiency.

A Net Zero Energy Building produces as much as it consumes every day. However, due to lack of storage capacity, it sometimes provides the grid with the surplus of energy and sometimes needs energy from the grid. To tackle this issue, Smart Energy Hub allows the building to store the surplus and use it when it is necessary. This solution combines batteries, for their fast switching capabilities, with a disruptive technology: an RSOC (Reconfigurable System-On-Chip) energy processor, capable of storing energy in the form of Hydrogen (water electrolysis function), and rendering it when needed in the form of heat and electricity (fuel cell function). Thanks to its software (modelling of building and the Smart Energy Hub) and to the adaptability of its product, any NZEB building can be rendered self-sufficient in energy (non grid-dependant).

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Label Date February 14, 2019
By Sylfen
From France
Maturity stage Prototype testing in the real world
Looking For Partners
02.

The environmental benefits

  • CO2 emissions cut by 50% or more (depending on the country).
  • Energy produced locally.
  • RSOC processor recyclable to more than 90%.
03.

The Financial benefits

  • 50% lower energy bills (including maintenance).
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Activity Region

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Company Profile

Sylfen

Smart Energy Hub: hybrid energy storage solution for self-sufficient and carbon-free energy buildings.

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Headquarters 38000 Grenoble, France
06.

Networking Partner

InnoEnergy

InnoEnergy supports and invests in innovation at every stage of the journey – from classroom to end-customer.

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The information set out above, is solely for the purposes of information and the Solar Impulse Foundation does not provide any guarantee as to its authenticity, completeness or accuracy. This information does not constitute investment advice or a recommendation to buy into, transact or to enter into any agreement with any of the parties or persons mentioned above. Potential investors or interested parties are solely responsible for their investment or business decisions and for performing any due diligence required by the circumstances. The innovator Sylfen has asserted ownership of the intellectual property rights for images, videos, and content showcased above, affirming full and unrestricted usage rights, and has provided explicit permission for the Solar Impulse Foundation to publish such information designated as "public" in the application form.