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Enosa / Green Cycle of Energy

Enosa
Enosa
Enosa
Enosa

IBDC students

Enosa

IBDC students

In urban areas a strong conversion to alternative mobility concepts is required. The key pillar is the necessity of greater use of e-bikes. A system is required that offers a structured service network for sharing energy in a reliable and safe way. Enosa is a distributed system designed to obtain and share green electricity. It covers the need for user-friendly interfaces where the users of the new urban space can share their energy, while having their e-bikes safely guarded. The station, placed in urban areas, is the interface between user and network; the hub of the bicycle permits the energy transfer and a transponder identifies the user.

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Muthesius Kunsthochschule, Kiel

Muthesius Kunsthochschule
Kiel, Germany

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Muthesius Kunsthochschule, Kiel

Svenja Richter
Kiel, Germany

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