With a mastery of material phases, over the years scientists have developed more sustainable and groundbreaking technological advancements.
Implementing fully-inverter-based power systems on a large scale may be possible using wind and solar power.
Demand for chillers to cool spaces like airports and shopping malls is expected to grow dramatically over the next three decades.
Despite the many benefits of plastics, the global plastic system is increasingly being recognized as the source of severe environmental problems.
Instead of trying to solve problems within individual disciplines, experts from different fields need to work together in interdisciplinary teams.
Short rotation woody crops are ideal for incorporating biomass production with phytotechnologies, such as phytoremediation.
Poplars and willows are sustainably grown to conserve or utilize water in a variety of applications.
The new proposal for regulating the European Internal Market for Electricity can motivate the harmonization of the various National markets.
The participation of wind power producers in the Balancing Market benefits the power system at both technical and economic levels by increasing the wind energy value to the market and reducing imbalances.
A review finds that the increasing share of variable power generation calls for a better presentation of operational details in the power system planning models.
Decentralized renewable energy systems are promising options to cope with the challenge of balancing local production and energy consumption.
The effects of following an extensive electrification strategy in Germany until 2030 are analyzed by using the energy system model “ISAaR.”
Using the Danish market conditions as a case study to demonstrate how large-scale expansion of wind energy has a more solid business case if they are active on both day-ahead and real-time power markets at the power exchange.