The objective of the project is twofold. The first question is whether it is feasible to create a large-scale microgrid with wind (4MW), solar (2-3.6 MW) and energy storage (batteries of approximately 1 MW).
We then can continue to work on solutions to the problems that occur by the integration of renewable (wind) energy projects into the grid. This set up is also the basis for the testing of future innovations such as hydrogen and Power-to-Gas. Secondly, there will be a quick scan that can assess the demand and support for a NetWORK Centre for system integration renewable (wind) energy (NetWORK).
Two activities are undertaken for this: a feasibility study consisting of a technical, economic and process analysis; and a quick review via interviews with stakeholders to explore the chances of success of the NetWORK center.
The partners of ACRRES in this project are: Alfen, AZES Enercon, Liander, and Sparkling projects. The project runs until August 2016.
For more information or questions, call Andrea Terbijhe, tel.: 06-20404764 or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.