The first urban road restraint system, designed for protecting pedestrians and cyclists is installed

With the aim of mitigating consequences of a possible run-off accident of a motor vehicle and protect the vulnerable users (pedestrians and cyclists), CIDAUT-CIDRO has developed the first road restraint system (RRS) to contain impacts of passenger cars, coaches and buses.

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Run-off accidents in urban areas mean an important road safety problem, specially for pedestrians and cyclists, due to the fact that current RRS installed between the urban road (platform) and the pedestrian pavement or the cycling pathwhen they do not meet safety requirements indicated in the european standard (EN-1317-2 “Road Restraint Systems – Safety Barriers”).

With the aim of mitigating consequences of a possible run-off accident of a motor vehicle and protect vulnerable users like pedestrians and cyclist, CIDAUT-CIDRO has developed the first RRS ready to be safe (to contain) against impacts of passenger cars at 80Km/h (although urban speed limit is lower) and coaches and buses at 50Km/h: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rXUixw1azK8. The impact parameters (based on EN-1317-2) measured during these crash tests will ensure mitigation of severity associated to this kind of accidents.

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Last May, this innovative solution was applied in the Spanish city of Lucena, urban road belonging to the Spanish Road Administration of “Junta de Andalucía”.

Join us in Brussels next September 18th for a demonstration on EV interoperability!

The Green eMotion project is part of the European Green Cars Initiative (EGCI) that was launched within the context of the European Recovery Plan. It supports the achievement of the EU’s ambitious climate goals, such as the reduction of CO2 emissions by 60 percent by the year 2050. EGCI supports the research and development of road transport solutions that have the potential to achieve sustainable as well as groundbreaking results in the use of renewable and non-polluting energy sources. The project is working to prepare the foundation for the mass deployment of Europe-wide electromobility.

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Green eMotion demonstration sites, the locations from which EV will reach Brussels include Dublin, Strasburg, Berlin and Copenhagen among others.

As part of the Green eMotion project events, EV interoperability will be shown next September 18th in Brussels during the EC mobility week. Several partners in the project will drive different EV from their countries to the Belgium capital; the different charging events necessary to reach Brussels will be managed using the Green eMotion market place. The idea is to demonstrate that EV charging is feasible between different companies managing these charging points, as well as between different countries in a similar way to the mobile phone roaming. This rally to Brussels will be complemented on the morning of September 18th with a live demonstration of the EV interoperability. The EV driven to Brussels will be connected to different charging points, the identification of those vehicles, as well as the authorization for the charging of their batteries will be shown validating the Green eMotion marketplace, which is the tool developed within the project.

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This Green eMotion project event will be held in Hotel Courtyard Brussels, Avenue des Olympiades 6, Brussels 1140 and it will include a demonstration of charging, using different vehicles, charging points and charging RFID cards. Afterwards, a series of conferences will be held, to present the main achievements of the project on the charging infrastructure, ICT tools and standards among others. The demonstration of the charging event and the marketplace will take place on the morning, while the conferences will take place from 13.00 to 17.00.

You will find more information on the following number of our newsletter, as well as on the Green eMotion project public web site http://www.greenemotion-project.eu/

 

Cidersol Tecnología Solar: Good prospects for a new solar heating generation

 

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Have you ever felt the sun heat coming on your body while having a shower? Can you swim in an open pool at 28 degrees in winter? Are you aware of the savings that a solar network of district heating provides to its users?

Solar prospective markets are on the move and most European countries have been seeing some of their smart technology companies leaving off to America to start up business in the last few years. Now the falling prices of systems are driving the growth of the solar market in Eastern Europe, while main markets such as South and Western Europe are losing their importance when compared internationally. In addition, the players of the international sector are in the meantime looking towards the Asia-Pacific region leaving behind a struggling European economy.

Is there a true effort to explore all chances within an activity area or are companies just getting used to the limits of the current market?

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Cidersol Tecnología Solar is a new generation of solar concept. Having a free shower may have never been easier for ALL. Our systems are aimed at the savings of the final customer, while retaining the highest comfort, confidence and promoting green feeling through a conscious use of renewable energies, and not simply heating the house.
Whether you live in a farm or a flat you are always welcome to explore ways of “adapting the sun to you”, thinking of biomass as a perfect companion when we are committed to fulfill the needs of the application.

Hundreds of families are already enjoying Cidersol solar benefits guaranteed for three years by the installers. After such a time of coping with a solar system, most individuals can be perfectly aware of their savings, efficiency, cleansing and goodness, and would create to their new generations a positive feeling that here comes the future… and WORKS.

Cidersol Tecnología Solar has been on the market since 2011. Our manufacturing site has been conceived in Cidaut as a spin-off devoted to provide high-efficient products to the renewable energy sector in Spain and the vast Globe. Our strong motivation is doing our best “in the right way, in the right market, in the right position” and exploring all possibilities on how YOU, who are reading, could take advantage of that of which there is millions of watts available in the nature for use… and for FREE.
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Cidersol solar thermal collectors have an excellent performance/price/weight ratio. With an innovative construction based on an auto insulated frame of hybrid material and an absorber with a unique design to improve the thermal transmission between the absorber surface and the fluid conduits.
Main features:
• Collector glazing: 4mm low iron coating tempered glass.
• Aluminum harp constructed absorber specially designed for a balanced flow and an optimal thermal transfer.
• High selective vacuum coating (absorption 95%, emission 5%).
• Metal-plastic hybrid frame with the best insulation/weight/toughness ratio.
• High performance thermal insulation.
• Ready to use Cidersol quick connections.
• Several anodized and lacquered finishing available.

For the first time a manufacturer can provide a whole long-life primary circuit in aluminum, avoiding high costs of copper.

We use a highly automated manufacturing process in a compact production cell with state of the art technology to deliver consistently the highest levels of quality in our products.

Custom made research and development for each specific manufacturing process ensure continuous improvement of our products.

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Become part of our team, and receive specialized technical support and preferential treatment, which will provide the edge of technology needed our days to satisfy our customers.

Contact us in info@cidersol.es.
Find further references in: http://www.cidersol.es/en_index.html

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For this reason, we hereby ask that you give us your express consent by accepting the processing of your data in accordance with the new regulation.

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