Gasificación de la electricidad: gestión de excedentes de energía renovable. Hibridación e integración con tecnologías clásicas de generación eléctrica
Domínguez González, Germán
Muñoz Hernández, José Ignacio
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There was a very significant increase in installed wind power between 2009 and 2019. The forecast for 2020-2030 is also very high. A scenario with a lot of installed wind power will generate surplus energy and it will be necessary to use energy vectors and storage technologies. An energy vector with great potential is renewable gas. Energy storage in gases is known as Power to Gas. Highlights hydrogen and synthetic natural gas. The hybridization of new and existing technologies can generate new energy models. An important factor will be the investments to be made by stakeholders (companies and public administration). In addition, many current plants (combined cycle plants) may continue in the future energy mix with the installation of CO2 capture systems. How to use captured CO2 can be the key. Finally, the state of the art of various technologies must be taken into account. A disruptive change can radically modify the approaches and forecasts This paper shows the state of the art of renewable gases. The feasibility to manage the surplus of energy with renewable gas, and its use in the power plants and current energy infrastructures.
- CIDIP 2020 (Alcoy)