Flexibility Through Multi-Energy System Integration

The European energy system will experience important changes in the near future, in particular due to the targets set for renewable energy integration, reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and energy efficiency. Other evolutions like the electrification of energy...

District energy flexibility from a building resident perspective

The emerging challenge of balancing weather dependent electricity production and variable demand is creating new demands on the energy system. Without adding extensive flexibility to the power system these issues will lead to a costly transition to a decarbonized...

FlexiGrid develops financial instruments for green investments

The energy market is under transition towards becoming more flexible. As in all markets change creates uncertainties for stakeholders, including investors. Even though there is more green capital than ever, still there is a gap between investors and project owners...

A pioneering project for sustainable energy in Greece

Alexandroupolis, a seaside municipality in Greece’s northeast coast is going to have cost-effective geothermal energy and heating soon. As the world keeps looking to sustainable energy solutions, geothermal energy exploration can be essential for those countries with...
Author: Mats Tiborn