SuperP2G interconnects leading P2G initiatives in five countries, ensuring joint learning. Each national project focuses on different challenges, where researchers team up with local need-owners to co-create solutions. SuperP2G focuses on improving existing evaluation tools including open access, as well as develop a new open tool. HYPOS member DBI Gastechnologisches Institut gGmbH Freiberg is also part of the project consortium. This is supplemented with analysis of regulation and markets, as well as stakeholder involvement.
On March 23rd 2023, the team of researcher engaged in the SuperP2G project will present their results and conclusions in an public conference. The conference will take place as an hydrid event and you can chose to join us in on site in Brussels or participate remotely via a web link. The conference is devided in to two sessions, where the morning session will give you an overview and introduction on the unified SuperP2G toolbox that provides guidance to Power-to-Gas stakeholder at different grades of granularity, from Euopean level evalutations to optimisation of plant operation, and all along the value chain. In the afternoon, more detailed and specific results from each work package, in which the tools were tested and applied, will be presented. There will be plenty of room for discussions and questions and all results are public available on the SuperP2G website. In conjunction with the closing conference, there will also be an Evening Policy Talk event on March 22nd 2023 under the topic of “The relevance of P2G and regional development in the energy crisis”. The team of SuperP2G will contribute with insights to the issue of “Under which circumstances will renewable hydrogen outcompete natural gas”, which is a summarized reflection on their results with specific concern of the business case of Power-to-Gas in the light of the current fluctuations of the energy market triggered by the ongoing conflict in Ukraine.
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