The largest European energy storage system using second-life and new electric vehicle batteries in a commercial building has won the 2018 BusinessGreen Technology Award in the Future City Technology of the Year category.
The Johan Cruijff ArenA ‘second life’ mega battery has won the T3.com Eco Award. T3.com is one of the UK’s leading consumer lifestyle websites. Other nominees were, amongst others, Tesla and Patagonia. Over two million unique users visit T3.com every month.
The largest European battery using second-life and new electric vehicle batteries in a commercial building is live. Amsterdam Alderman Udo Kock, deputy mayor for Finance and Economic Affairs (Amsterdam) conducted the official opening ceremony of the energy storage system in the Johan Cruijff ArenA on Friday June 30.