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|Title:||A perspective on the potential role of biogas in smart energy grids|
|Authors:||PERSSON Tobias; MURPHY Jerry; JANNASCH Anna-Karin; AHERN Eoin; LIEBETRAU Jan; TROMMLER Marcus; TOYAMA Jeferson|
|Abstract:||This report documents the potential role of biogas in smart energy grids. Biogas systems can facilitate increased proportions of variable renewable electricity on the electricity grid through use of two different technologies: • Demand driven biogas systems which increase production of electricity from biogas facilities at times of high demand for electricity, or store biogas temporarily at times of low electricity demand. • Power to gas systems when demand for electricity is less than supply of electricity to the electricity grid, allowing conversion of surplus electricity to gas. The report is aimed at an audience of energy developers, energy policy makers and academics and was produced by IEA Bioenergy Task 37. Task 37 is a part of IEA Bioenergy, which is one of the 42 Implementing Agreements within IEA. IEA Bioenergy Task 37 addresses the challenges related to the economic and environmental sustainability of biogas production and utilisation.|
|JRC Directorate:||Energy, Transport and Climate|
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