The SuperP2G Project

 

SuperP2G interconnects leading P2G initiatives in five countries.

Each national project focuses on different challenges, where researchers team up with local need-owners to co-create solutions.

The main objective of SuperP2G is to lower the threshold for need-owners to validate and put P2G to practice
for “Smart Energy Systems”, “Sectorial Integration” as well as “Local & Regional development”.

The project, which was originally planned for three years (2019-2022), will be continued in 2023.

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About the Project

SuperP2G interconnects leading P2G initiatives in five countries, ensuring joint learning. Each national project focuses on different challenges, where researchers team up with local need-owners to co-create solutions.

Partners

The SuperP2G project represents national, technical, and scientific gas and power organizations and accosiations. Each of the involved countries leads its own national case to research the various possibilities ...
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National Cases

The project SuperP2G will demonstrate five national cases where Power-to-Gas (PtG) storage concepts at locations in Austria, Denmark, Germany, Italy, and The Netherlands.