Renewable combination power plant

The Kassel University in Germany did a study on combining renewable energy sources for 100% power supply. The homepage is to be found at http://www.kombikraftwerk.de/index.php?id=27. The week point in the scenario is the lack of heat production that is strongly interact with the power production, also for a renewable power plant. I would recommend that the University in Kassel, utilized their own expertise from Prof. Klaus Vajen, an expert in solar heating, also large-scale.

The point of the study is, that it can be shown that the whole of Germany can be supplied with renewable energy. A simple statement, that lead me to the below memory:

Just to mention, similar scenario where made in the 80’th for the Nordic countries by among others the Technical University of Denmark, Niels I. Meyer.

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One Response to Renewable combination power plant

  1. Solar Mary says:

    Excellent find! Thanks for the information on the study. I’m always looking for others who are interested in using solar and other renewable energy sources for 100% of their power supply. Let’s hope they pull the Professor’s knowledge into the study so they can get it working correctly.

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