Coherent seasonal heat storage management to avoid electrical grid overload

Project: PhD

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Current domestic heating demands are dominantly fulfilled by burning natural gas or other fossil fuels which are neither renewable nor sustainable. The strongly encouraged use of heat pumps as a replacement of natural gas heating boilers can overload the current electricity grid infrastructure and its renew ability and sustainability is questionable and heavily dependent on national electricity sources. This research will develop knowledge and tools to assist the adoption and implementation of alternative heat sources, their seasonal storage and use in residential areas. The research outcome can accelerate the transition to more renewable and sustainable heat supply system and mitigate foreseeable overload of the centralized electrical grid.
Effective start/end date25/10/22 → …


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