Explore the Energy Flexibility & Energy Security Ecosystem!
Its future lies not only in energy sources, the network, energy storage, demand, or the regulatory framework and markets. It is, above all, in the flexibility of all players, their balance and response to provide a secure supply of low-carbon power for consumers.
Hydropower plants are crucial in ensuring supply-side flexibility in Slovenia.
Samo Fekonja (Dravske elektrarne Maribor) on hydro energy and how smart technologies can be used to maximise flexibility in hydropower generation.
Nuclear power plants are large, reliable generation sources that can operate continuously to ensure stability in the power system.
The transmission system is central to the security of power supply, also by providing flexibility in the power system.
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Darko Kramar (ELES, d.o.o.) on the role of Slovenia's electricity TSO in building a flexible energy ecosystem for the future.
In the future, small household consumers will be able to play an increasingly active role in the electricity market.
Dejan Paravan (GEN-I, d.o.o.) on why power consumers are acquiring an increasingly active role.
Grid-scale energy storage is an area of rapid development worldwide. Together with demand response, it will be vital to security of supply by contributing substantially to supply- and demand-side flexibility.
Uroš Salobir (ELES, d.o.o.) on advanced grid-scale energy storage.
The European energy system has been undergoing rapid changes, and this is giving rise to new regulatory challenges.
Duška Godina (Slovenian Energy Agency) on the development of the flexibility market and the associated benefits and risks.
Accurate forecasting of distributed renewable power generation is vital to reliable operation of the power system.