Cost-effective technological developments for accelerating the energy transition
Increase the grid flexibility
Boost batteries penetration in the grid
Decentralized and hybridized energy systems
Maximize the multi-service usage of the battery storage over the lifetime
The EU-funded project TALENT, will aid the transition to a low-carbon and climate-resilient future with technological advancement in the generation, transport, and distribution phases of energy infrastructure. Since renewable energies are on the rise, the electric market needs to be adapted by means of increasing the grid flexibility, guaranteeing its stability and supply security, while still assuring affordable energy to end-consumers.
2) Software to manage hybridized and decentralized energy systems.
In the case of power electronics, cost reduction will be mainly attained by means of new designs and architectures. With regards to the software, a cost reduction is reached due to its interoperability (software as a service – iSaaS).
Partners: TALENT was kicked off in October 2019 in Boecillo, Spain and is coordinated by Fundacion CARTIF. The consortium combines 11 partners and a third party across six different countries (Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, and Spain), each contributing specific knowledge to meet TALENT objectives.
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