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16 Oct 2018

Grid operators plan 100 MW power-to-gas plant - report

Wirtschaftswoche / dpa

Power and gas grid operators Tennet, Gasunie, and Thyssengas plan the construction of a plant to store renewable power in the form of gas on an industrial scale, according to a dpa newswire article carried by the Wirtschaftswoche. A Tennet spokesperson said the pilot project near the North Sea would cost a low three-digit million euros amount, would have a capacity of 100 megawatts, and would start operating in 2022. The companies said there is no power-to-gas project in Germany with a comparable size.

Read the article here.

Find background in the factsheet Power-to-gas: Fix for all problems or simply too expensive? and the new dossier Electricity storage is next feat for Germany’s energy transition.

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