Hybridisation of CSP with other energy sources

  • Nielsen, Lars Henrik (Project Manager)
  • Pade, Lise-Lotte (Project Participant)

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    Description

    Renewable energies are often criticized for not being able to produce supply power to the electrical grid in a manner that is stable, firm and reliable. This difficulty can find a proper and viable solution through hybrid CSP/biomass plants. The market is showing a strong interest in hybrid technologies for power generation.The aim of HYSOL Project is to become the European reference in competition to this and other initiatives ongoing in the CSP/biomass global market. The HYSOL Project focusses on overcoming the CSP technology limitations to increase its contribution in the global electric market, hybridising with biomass energy to achieve 100 % renewable and sustainable energy, and providing a stable and reliable power independently of meteorogical circumstances.
    AcronymHYSOL
    StatusFinished
    Effective start/end date01/05/201330/04/2016

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