Electricity and gas coupling in a decarbonised economy
Variable energy generation, stronger transmission and distribution systems, increasing storage capacity and demand-side management can help boost the energy system’s flexibility. There is also great potential in sector coupling for decarbonisation but the interaction of flexibility and supply mechanisms are far from being clear to policy makers, regulators and other actors of the energy system. At this private seminar, academics, industry and regulators will discuss the potential and limitations of flexibility as well as various modelling scenarios for sector coupling to help achieve the EU’s decarbonisation, as outlined in the EU 2050 strategy.
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Monday 16 December 2019, 12.00-17.00,
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