How can sector coupling enable flexibility provision? – Technical and market integration challenges, MAGNITUDE Public Workshop, 10th October 2019, Brussels Belgium

Posted by on Oct 11, 2019

 The MAGNITUDE H2020 European project ( aims to develop business and market mechanisms as well as supporting coordination tools, to provide flexibility to the European electricity system by enhancing the synergies between electricity, gas and heating/cooling systems. The goal is the provision of services by multi-energy systems to support the cost-effective integration of renewable energy sources and enhance the security of supply. The...

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LOW TRL 2019 event – Brussels, Belgium – 3 October 2019

Posted by on Oct 4, 2019

A number of MAGNITUDE partners were present at the 3rd H2020 Low TRL Smart Grids and Storage projects clustering workshop which took place in Brussels, Belgium on Thursday 3rd October 2019. The project contributed to the thematic cluster “Business models” as well as the following discussions and thematic clusters: Kris Kessels, VITO: Business Models Edoardo Corsetti, RSE: Flexibility assessment & modelling Diego Arnone, ENG: Data Management &...

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EEM19 – 18-20 September 2019 – Ljublana, Slovenia

Posted by on Sep 20, 2019

Kris Kessels, of VITO, was invited to present “Innovative Market Schemes for integrated Multi-Energy Systems” at the 16th International Conference on the European Energy Market conference in Lljublana, Slovenia on 18-20 September 2019. While she was unable to attend in person, the associated paper will be available in the EEM19 proceedings. Check back soon for a link to the proceedings once it is made...

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Which regulation to foster innovation and EU energy network integration? Public workshop ,14 March 2019

Posted by on Mar 14, 2019

The EU energy sector is undergoing radical changes due to the increasing penetration of renewable energy sources, the shift towards decentralised energy generation and the consequent emergence of new business models that are going to change the rules under which the energy market currently operates. In response to these trends, the use of demand response and the development of innovative technologies for energy conversion, storage and co-generation of heat and power will...

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