Converting electricity to gas and buffering energy
Electricity generated by windmills an solar panels can not yet be properly buffered for large-scale use.
Electricity can be converted into gas that is easier to buffer. In this way, energy can be stored at the time of surplus for later use.
The H2 gas that can be obtained by hydrolysis can then be reprocessed in a P2G installation so that it is suitable for insertion into the natural gas pipeline network. Inter Act was involved in the realization of a pilot project to realize the technical operation and parameterization. The measurement data and operating interface is accessible simultaneously for all experts at different locations. The test has been very successful and demonstrates electric cooking on gas.