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Sector coupling of energy systems, including hydrogen, for increased efficiency and flexibility. System stability for efficient utilization of the electricity grid through ancillary services on the balance market. These systems are often complex and may require simulation to determine their realization We have the expertise to determine it.
Sector coupling refers to the integration of multiple energy systems where one energy carrier is converted into another. This could involve renewable electricity, heat, gas, mobility, and/or industrial processes in a system with increased efficiency and flexibility to reduce environmental impact and costs. The challenge is to create a connected system that is beneficial from a geographic, technical, and economic perspective. Examples of sector coupling include:
The electricity system must be kept stable so that electricity production and consumption match within the limits of the electricity grid. When establishing new electricity production or large electricity consumers, such as vehicle chargers or large electrified industries, possible measures for system stability include: