Renewstable® : Clean, Firm and Stable Power

Event: Asia Clean Energy Forum 2019

Renewstable® : Clean, Firm and Stable Power

20 June 2019
Author / Speaker: 
Mathieu Gèze, HDF Energy - Other materials by the author

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HDF Energy is an Independent Power Producer dedicated to Clean Firm Power generation called Renewstable® power plants. This presentation discussed the advantages of stable power, the key items required and a case study. Intermittent power can have difficulties to integrate small to medium sized grids, such as many grid islands we see in South-East Asia. Power plants which deliver a firm, stable and dispatchable power will facilitate the integration of renewable energy on small to medium sized grids. Such stable power can integrate up to 80% grid capacity. Renewable energy plant, hydrogen, and battery storage are the main items used to deliver stable power for over 24 hours. The presentation also detailed the synergies between hydrogen and batteries storage and provided a case study in French Guyana where HDF Energy will deliver to the grid a stable power 24/7 with a 140 MWh storage capacity.

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