Funding entity European Comission
Participated by RISE RESEARCH INSTITUTES OF SWEDEN (RISE), PHOENIX BIOPOWER, GEONARDO LTD, Zabala Innovation Consulting, KUNGLICA TEKNISKA HOEGSKOLAN, IKERLAN, S. COOP, Technische Universität Berlin, BERLINER INSTITUT FUR TECHNOLOGIETRANSFER, EUROPEAN SCIENCE COMMUNICATION INSTITUTE, S.A.U. SULQUISA, ABO AKADEMI, CEMEX ESPAÑA OPERACIONES S.L.U, TEKNISKA VERKEN I LINKÖPING AB
BIO-FlexGen aims to significantly increase the efficiency, flexibility and cost effectiveness of renewable energy-based combined heat and power plants (CHP), enabling them to play a key role in integrating fluctuating renewable energy into the energy system, and therefore making a significant contribution to the decarbonisation of the energy system.
Comillas will contribute to:
1) the socio and techno-economic evaluation of the of CHP technology under different scenarios and contexts.
2) analyse the barriers (market, regulatory, business models, etc.) for CHP deployment
3) contribute to the integration of digitalization strategy.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101037085
Layman's summary: BIO-FlexGen aims to significantly increase the efficiency, flexibility and cost effectiveness of renewable energy-based combined heat and power plants (CHP) and its integration in the energy system.