Sylfen and the european project GIFT
The GIFT project is a collaborative European project to help decarbonise the energy mix of the European islands. These islands must respect the regulations of their countries, which encourage the deployment of a greener energy mix to align with European and international agreements. GIFT wants to develop innovative systems to enable islands to integrate vast amounts of renewable production.
This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under a grant agreement No 824410.
To achieve this goal, the consortium brings together 17 partners from 7 countries.
Through the development of multiple innovative solutions, such as the creation of a virtual power station, a better production between supply and demand and the visualization of these data via a platform, the creation of innovative energy storage systems between electricity and thermal networks. and mobility, GIFT will increase the amount of renewable production to reduce dependence on fossil fuels such as diesel generators. The goal is to reduce carbon emissions.
Sylfen will install a Smart Energy Hub system at one of the two test sites: Harstad in Norway, or Procida in Italy.
Sylfen is also responsible for defining the strategies for its storage system as well as those of the project's partners.
Return on Sylfen’s 5th anniversary
On June the 5th, the entire team was gathered to celebrate Sylfen’s 5th anniversary. We took the opportunity to celebrate in our new offices at Le Cheylas! A birthday celebration and inauguration day for the new premises… Nicolas, Caroline and Marc blew out Sylfen’s 5 candles (in the shape of small unicorns!). The whole team…Lire plus >
Sylfen changes scale
Sylfen accelerates, with the means to achieve its ambitions: industrial offices with international development potential!Lire plus >
Sylfen awarded GreenTech Verte label !
We are pleased to have been selected by the Ministry for the Ecological and Inclusive Transition, and are now proud to display the GreenTech Verte label. Sylfen is one of the 26 laureates of the last Call for Expression of Interest initiated by the French government to ‘’select the new companies that offer innovations which…Lire plus >
Sylfen is awarded the Deeptech’s call for project by BPIFrance
Sylfen won a funding of 950k€ for the ALTAÏR project (2019-2021), which structures the technical and software organisation plan of its product: the Smart Energy Hub. While Sylfen will deliver its firsts Smart Energy Hubs in 2020, the R&D road-map aims at launching the first industrial version of the product by the end of…Lire plus >
EARTO awarded the Smart Energy Hub innovation of the year 2019
On October 8th, Sylfen participated to the award ceremony of the EARTO Award, which took place in Brussels. During this ceremony, we had the honor of receiving the Innovation of the Year award, in the category “Impact Expected”, for our Smart Energy Hub integrating the rSOC technology (developed in collaboration with the CEA Liten of…Lire plus >
Sylfen and the european project GIFT
The GIFT project aims to increase the share of renewable energy production in energy islands, and to use buildings as flexibility agents for networks.Lire plus >
The Smart Energy Hub labeled Efficient Solution by Solar Impulse
Our innovative product is part of the effective solutions for a successful energy transition, and has received the Solar Impulse 1000 Solutions label.Lire plus >
The european project REFLEX
This project aims at the realization of a Smart Energy Hub of 3 modules, each module being able to store a power of up to 40kWe in electrolysisLire plus >
Major technical progress with demonstrator SMARTHyES
The SMARTHyES (SMART Hydrogen Energy Storage) demonstrator finalized by CEA-Liten and Sylfen in April 2018 incorporates three major advances in the road-map from a laboratory technology to a commercial productLire plus >
SYLFEN is now a member of the Smart Buildings Alliance
Sylfen joined the Smart Buildings Alliance in June 2017. We share the same vision on the role of the building in energy transitionLire plus >