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The Pellworm project as a blueprint for a smart energy future

The Pellworm project as a blueprint for a smart energy future

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By eeNews Europe



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The annual energy production of around 21 GWh from wind energy turbines, photovoltaic (PV) power plants and biogas plants is around three times the annual consumer load of 7 GWh. There is also a remarkably high level of night storage heaters and heat pumps. Yet, even with this large excess of local production over local consumption, the community of 1,200 people on the island still rely on their connection with the mainland grid, via two 20 kV subsea cables, both for balancing local surpluses or for importing energy at peak periods when demand exceeds supply.

Read the full article on page 40 of our September digital edition.

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