Deliverables STORE&GO


2018-07-04 Deliverable 7.3 Legislative and Regulatory Framework for Power-to-Gas in Germany, Italy and Switzerland Due

This Deliverable has as its goal to identify legal and regulatory challenges for the development of power-to-gas ar the European union (EU) and national level. The focus is on the national legal framework applicable to power-to-gas in Germany, Italy, and Switzerland, the three countries in which the STORE&GO pilot sites are located. Topics which are covered are: legal classification of pwer-to-gas, unbundling of power-to-gas in relation to system operation and gas storage system operation, national authorisation procedures for the STORE&GO pilot plants, legal measures faciliating the injection of synthetic, or substitute, natural gas (SNG) into the gas network, exemptions from network tariffs and other charges, and national support schemes related to the use of SNG.

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2017-10-31 Deliverable 7.2 European Legislative and Regulatory Framework on Power-to-Gas

This Deliverable is part of the work within the STORE&GO project and has as its objective to identify legal and regulatory challenges at the level of the European Union (EU) for the deployment of power-to-gas. Together with Deliverable 7.3,which will assess national legislation applicable to power-to-gasin the countries where the STORE&GO pilot plants are sited (Germany, Switzerland, and Italy), this Deliverable is part of Task 7.3 of the STORE&GO project,which focus is on legal and regulatory barriers.Together, Deliverable 7.2 and 7.3 will provide input for the STORE&GO roadmap,which will be presented near the end of the project in 2020.

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2017-10-31 Deliverable 7.1 Innovative large-scale energy storage technologies and power-to-gas concepts after optimization

To complement the techno-economic evaluation of the Power-to-gas (PtG) technology (private perspective) a broader assessment looking at all the possible impacts on society is also required (social perspective). The assessment of these external effects could lead to a net positive benefit for society that would justify further public funding and support of the technology. For this task, the Social Cost-Benefit Analysis (SCBA) has been chosen given that it takes all possible changes in society welfare into account. This Deliverablefocuses on the environmental component of SCBA and constitutes the link between environmental impact and the monetary valuation needed to weightwith other variables in the SCBA.

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2017-08-29 Deliverable 8.1 Exploring the future for green gases

In thisreport, the various factors determining the greening of gas across the EU by 2030 have been inventoried, and summarised in four scenarios, that differ in the degree to which markets on the one hand and policies and measures on the other hand create incentives to get to green gases. In the two extreme scenarios, either (in the optimistic scenario) the share of green gas would grow towards 13% to 14% even if the ‘greening’ through CO2 certificates would not be included, or (in the pessimistic scenario) the current share of about 4% would hardly grow (some 4.5%), again excluding the greening through CO2 certificates. Obviously, if the ‘greening’ through CO2 certificates is included in the scenarios, the differences mentioned could grow towards much wider proportions.

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2017-04-29 Deliverable 6.1 Report on opportunities and options for PtG in the power system

This report aims to investigate the role of Power-to-Gas (PtG) in the electrical system, in particular drawing its possible use in the different sectors of the ES (Electricity System). Since one of the partners involved has special expertise in the operation of gas-fired power plants, coupling PtG with such plants was chosen as first application for a deeper investigation. The study includes the technical and legislative aspects involved in the use of Synthetic Natural Gas (SNG) as fuel for gas turbines. An outlook on further applications promising for investigation is provided.

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Atmostat

ATMOSTAT

Climeworks

Climeworks

Commune di Troia

Commune di Troia

DBI-GUT

DBI-GUT

ÈCOLE POYTECHNIQUE FÉDÉRALE DE LAUSANNE

EPFL

Electrochaea

Electrochaea

EMPA

EMPA

Energieinstitut (EIL)

Energieinstitut (EIL)

Energy Delta Institute

Energy Delta Institute

Energy research Centre of the Netherlands

Energy research Centre of the Netherlands

Energy Valley Foundation

Energy Valley

Engineering

French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA)

French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA)

Gas- und Wärme-Institut Essen e. V.

gwi

DVGW e. V.

DVGW

HanzeResearch

Hanze

Hochschule für Technik Rapperswil

(HSR) Hochschule für Technik Rapperswil

HySyTech

hysytech

IREN

IREN

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

KIT

Polito

Polito

Regio Energie Solothurn

regioenergie

The Swiss Association of Gas and Water

svgw

thyssenkrupp

thyssenkrupp

Uniper

uniper

Rijksuniversiteit Groningen

Rijksuniversiteit Groningen

HORIZON 2020

This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 691797.