Leaders of EU member states have committed themselves in 2030 to reduce emissions of harmful gases by 40% compared to the reference year 1990. The aim is to ensure legal certainty for investors in low-carbon technologies. Energy sites can significantly help to achieve these goals, because renewable energy will play in the transition to a competitive, secure and sustainable energy a key role; It must be ensured that renewable energy sources were stable element of the energy system and the national economy.
Energy plays an increasingly important role in every part of human life. As the energy grid changing towards an intelligent energy infrastructure, there is a need to secure an advanced system for storing electricity. This need is much more evident, particularly in areas where these systems facilitate the development of a cleaner and greener means of achieving the production and distribution of electricity.
Our environment under the impact of increased mobility requires new concepts for energy storage. In addressing the market offers products for saving energy electric and thermal energy ranging from tens to tens of kWh MWh of energy. Decentralized energy supply is gaining importance worldwide focus on renewable energy is obvious and especially the energy obtained from solar radiation and wind. These energy sources are bringing with them an element of instability towards the mains. The integration of fluctuating renewable energy sources into the electricity grid requires innovative solutions for storing electrical energy with a view to minimizing the large investment in the transmission system. Efficient and Fast reacting the storage capacity needed, for example, to cover the short-term fluctuations in the network, and also to secure the load shift.
Moreover, the excess heat and is present in all spheres of the economy and is often needlessly retained as unused. Our chamber thus offers effective solutions for the storage of heat – both when it is excess, and it is necessary, or – on the contrary, when the heat must be added to the back of a process. An obvious use is the conversion of heat into electricity to complement the classic production.