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Belgique – 02/11/2019 – energiesdelamer.eu. Centralised Planning of National Integrated Energy System with Power-to-Gas and Gas Storages est publié à l’occasion de MEDPOWER 2018, Mediterranean Conference on Power Generation, Transmission , Distribution and Energy Conversion, qui se tiendra à Dubronik du 12 au 15/11/2018 par Mathias Berger, David Radu, Raphael Fonteneau, Damien Ernst Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department University of Liège, Belgium de l’université de Liège et Thierry Deschuyteneer, Ghislain Detienne de Fluxys.

 

This paper proposes an optimisation-based framework to tackle long-term centralised planning problems of integrated energy systems with bi-directional electricity-gas carriers coupling under various policy constraints. The framework is leveraged to gain insight into possible configurations of the future Belgian energy system, and identify the cost-optimal energy mix as well as short and long-term storage requirements to satisfy CO2 emissions reductions and energy security targets. Results shed light on the economics of a transition to a low-carbon energy system and reveal the potential of power-to-gas and storage in gas form to help achieve ambitious emissions reduction goals.

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