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No time to lose: Equipping the future electricity grid
What will the future grid look like? What are the most promising technologies for increasing transmission capacity and flexibility? How can we integrate more energy from remote wind and solar farms? At the conference ‘Renewing the EU electricity grid: the Best Paths towards energy transition’...
Best Paths comes to an end and claims for further actions to improve Europe’s energy grid
17 September 2018 - By the end of 2014, after almost two years of contract negotiation with the European Commission, the Best Paths project took off and started a very long route that would last four years and that promised to be challenging. Among the most insidious tasks were the coordination of...
Will blockchain lead to a smarter energy grid?
An interconnected energy system of the future requires decentralised, democratic and resilient electricity trading. Ever more companies are wishing for blockchain technology to become a core feature of the European electricity market   Blockchain technology enables secure trading without a...
Baltic energy systems: synchronisation by 2025
30 July 2018 - Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia joined the European Union in 2004, but their grids are still synchronised with Russia and Belarus. Now they have agreed a target date to become a part of the continental Europe’s energy system.   At the end of June 2018 the Baltic countries and...
How battery systems can integrate renewable energy in smart grids
16 July 2018 - By 2030, 32% of the energy consumed in the EU must be generated from renewable sources, such as water, wind and sun. To achieve this, it doesn’t suffice to increase the number of wind turbines and solar cells. Extended and adapted transport and distribution grids are also...