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Balancing the Belgian electricity system for maximal use of Renewable Energy generation by a Grid Injection Limit Algorithm and optimal Battery deployment. (R-9390)

To achieve the Paris climate targets, the use of renewable energy (wind and sun) is necessary for electricity production in Belgium. To avoid a large adaptation cost to the electricity grid, when using these variable production sources, a detailed study is carried out into network injection algorithms and the optimization of battery capacity. This will lead to a cost reduction for Belgian electricity production and distribution in combination with a significant reduction in Belgian CO2 emissions.
Date:1 Oct 2018 →  30 Sep 2022
Keywords:electricity system, batteries, renewable energy
Disciplines:Electrical power engineering, Energy generation, conversion and storage engineering, Ceramic and glass materials, Materials science and engineering, Semiconductor materials
Project type:Collaboration project