The transformation of excess electricity from renewable energy sources into green gases, such as hydrogen and methane, offers access to an already existing large-scale energy storage solution. Power-to-gas allows the storage of electrical energy over long periods of time, where the resulting gases are used as a green fuel when needed. Power-to-gas, thus, can contribute to the demand for flexibility in the energy sector.
The conference on power-to-gas organised on 9 November by EEF Associate Members EUGINE and EUTurbines, will explore the opportunities and challenges of power-to-gas technologies, from research to the business case, and how this option can contribute to the future European energy system.
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EUGINE is the voice of Europe’s engine power plants industry. Its members are the leading European manufacturers of engine power plants and their key components. They provide forward-looking solutions for flexible electricity generation. Its members are ABB, Bosch, Caterpillar, Cummins, EC Power, Edina, General Electric, Liebherr, MAN, Marelli Motori, Rolls-Royce, Wärtsilä, AMPS and VDMA.
EUTurbines is the voice of the European gas and steam turbine manufacturers employing more than 70,000 people across Europe with a turnover of around 25 billion euros. Its members are Ansaldo Energia, GE Power, MAN Diesel & Turbo, Siemens, Doosan Skoda Power and Solar Turbines.