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Decarbonizing to meet ambitious renewable energy goals, while minimizing land use, emissions and cost, will require new approaches and diverse technologies. This webinar will explore solutions to affordably, rapidly and reliably decarbonize the electricity sector.
A low-carbon future does not mean the end of combustion. Fuels will continue to play a role – this webinar explores the role of fuels in a low carbon future. Including the specific applications for these fuels, the possible pathways of creating these fuels, and their economic and environmental impact.
With climate goals set by international agreements coming ever closer, industry experts agree that to curb emissions and boost the green energy transition a lot of work remains to be done. But with governments, states and private industry starting to pave their paths toward decarbonization, true sustainability remains an elusive concept. This prompts the question: how do we achieve the transition to 100 percent renewable energy?
The purpose of this event is to bring experts from Brazil and other countries to discuss ideas on how to address such complexity in energy planning. The virtual event has been organized by the Energy Planning Programme COPPE/UFRJ and Wärtsillä.
Interconnect California Webinar Series Part 3: Preventing Blackouts and Exceeding Renewable Power Goals
As a renewable energy leader, California has set the tone with ambitious decarbonization goals. However, the whole world is also watching when the Golden State’s grid goes dark during extreme weather conditions. In this webinar, presenters will discuss the pressure on California’s grid and how the state can avoid system unreliability during extended heat waves and droughts.
Durante la última década la capacidad instalada de energías renovables no convencionales ha aumentado significativamente, y sin duda continuará aumentado. El objetivo de poder acelerar la transición energética se ha transformado en un objetivo común de todos los países de la región Latinoamericana y no solo por un compromiso con el cambio climático, además por un tema de competitividad de estas fuentes de energía y por la notoria disminución de recursos hídricos, que hoy, son los que entregan flexibilidad al sistema.
This 60 minute webinar will compare pros and cons of hydrogen/carbon neutral methane/ammonia with subtopics including infrastructure, availability/production needs, and timeline restrictions. Speakers will discuss: Does the oxygen produced by splitting H20 into hydrogen for fuel have a positive environmental impact that should be considered? (or is it such a small impact that it doesn’t
Tuesday 14 July 2020 at 10:30 AM (BRT), UTC -3 The world is moving towards a 100% renewable based power systems. The intermittent nature of wind and solar challenges the current practices of operations and planning of the grids as increases the need of flexible and dispatchable power generation.
DOWNLOAD PRESENTATION Webinar on-demand hosted in Italian DURATION: 1 hour 6 minutes Through the last years, Italy has focused all efforts in renewables, getting to the targets provided for 2020, at the same time generating a problem of system stability. The production of efficient energy can be an answer and the solutions proposed by
Wärtsilä combined heat and power (CHP) plants are designed to meet the customer's specific needs, be it steam generation, district heating, hot or chilled water, or a combination of the above. As flexibility within the power system will be increasingly required in order to integrate growing shares of renewables in a cost-efficient and secure manner Wärtsilä CHP technology, with its fast starting and stopping capabilities, can achieve total efficiencies as high as >90%.
California is paving the way toward a clean-energy, decarbonized future — setting an ambitious goal of 100% renewable electricity by 2045, which relies heavily on solar, wind and battery storage. Ensuring affordable and reliable power; however, presents major hurdles in meeting this target.
The world is moving towards power systems based on 100% renewable energy sources, but the intermittent nature of renewables needs flexible solutions to balance them. Technologies for replacing fossil fuels exist already today and Power-to-X – a process which allows the creation of carbon neutral and renewable synthetic fuels by capturing CO2 from the air, is one of the key components to reach the final 100% renewable energy while decarbonizing industries, transportation and the energy sector utilising existing infrastructure.
Interconnect California Webinar Series Part 2: Advancing California’s Faster, Cheaper Path to 100% Renewable Power
DOWNLOAD PRESENTATION Webinar on-demand DURATION: 52 minutes Bold policy initiatives have made California a global leader in renewable energy, but what are the next steps to achieve its 100% carbon-free electricity target? Listen to a panel of experts discuss policy recommendations and technologies to help California reach its ambitious renewable energy goals five years
Interconnect California Webinar Series Part 1: California’s Faster, Cheaper Path to 100% Clean Power
California is leading the way to a cleaner, green power generation future. As the state marches closer to 100% renewable portfolio standard for power generation, there will be challenges at a system level. Join as we review intensive power system models and discuss the optimal path forward to a 100% renewable energy future in California.
The first Path to 100 Forum, Interconnect Austin, campaign was held in Austin, Texas on the University of Texas campus on September 24, 2019. We had a diverse range of attendees from across city officials, utility professionals, IPP's, academia, and students.