Markets - 11/July/2016

Powerfully balanced

How to integrate renewables into an energy system while keeping lights on

At any given moment wind power supplies between zero and 140% of Denmark’s electricity. A robust grid network, flexible operation of power production and a well functioning electricity network make sure the lights stay on, also in hurricane-force winds


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