Netherlands to attend to grid restraints for renewables with 1 GW of mobile medium-voltage substations
Dutch transmission system driver Enexis is releasing 11 "e-house" substations in the north Netherlands, where grid capability for even more large solar as well as renewable resource projects is presently restricted. On the whole, the business stated it will certainly spend EUR43 million in the strategy "to quicken the power change."
Feb 7, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Grids, Europe, Netherlands, Tennet, Enexis, Han Slootweg
Netherlands plan to produce green hydrogen to cope with grid constraint
Three major companies from Netherlands are going to turn the Drenthe-based excessive clean power capacity into green hydrogen. The partners are investigating which green power projects can be excluded from electricity grid.
Dec 16, 2019 // Grids, Solar to Fuel, Europe, hydrogen, Netherlands, Enexis, NAM, Gasunie
Netherlands to restrict grid linking requests to alleviate congestion
A controversial move by network operators has laid bare once more the Netherlands’ issues with grid overcrowding, with PV projects now set for connection delays in under-pressure areas.
Oct 3, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Grids, Europe, Netherlands, subsidies, dutch solar, holland solar, grid congestion, Liander, Enexis