Sharing knowledge is important to achieving an electricity grid that is flexible, intelligent, robust and cost-efficient. CINELDI’s research results are now presented in an open-access knowledge base online, which will make the process of finding updated information much easier.
How do we achieve a power grid that is flexible, intelligent, robust, and cost-effective? This was the main question examined during the CINELDI days.
An increased amount of unregulated renewable energy sources has allowed for more direct consumer participation. This, in turn, results in active consumers taking part in local energy markets.
Thermal conductivity is a key component in CCS, in regard to e.g. CO2 injection and ship transport. But, there is a knowledge gap…