New sCO2-flex video highlights the potential of conventional power plants to contribute towards Europe’s Energy Transition
The EU has set itself a long-term goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 80-95%, when compared to 1990 levels, by 2050. The EU 2050 Energy Strategy includes therefore new challenges and opportunities. Renewable energy (such as wind and solar) is gaining momentum and now raises the question of grid stability in the event of large power output fluctuations.
In this context, enhancing the flexibility and the performance of conventional power plants is seen as a good opportunity to both secure the energy grid while reducing their environmental impact.
Find out how sCO2 technology can contribute to future energy system requirements in the video below.