Large-scale integration between power-to-x facilities and the national supply of wind and solar power generation is seen as a key enabler for the green transition. First, because power-to-x can provide fossil free fuels and feedstock and, secondly, because power-to-x is poised to become the single largest source of flexible consumption in the grid. However, for many years to come, only a few locations can claim to have average emissions from grid-based electricity that allow fuels produced purely from this source to be labeled as green.
In this session, we will explore how current and future hybrid renewable energy facilities may be designed and operated to strike a compromise between being fully grid-connected and having on-site renewable energy sources to ensure the fuels are produced with a low carbon footprint.
Speakers will be announced soon.