SuperP2G is a transnational project co-financed by the ERANET fund and the member states, within the ERANET Smart Grid plus RegSys Call 2018 call. The project, which began in November 2019, has a duration of 36 months and a budget of 2,246,862.00 EUR. The consortium is made up of 8 partners and a group of 14 stakeholders between industries and entities in the sector. The project is coordinated by the Technical University of Denmark (DTU).
Integration of energy vectors is key to ensure cost-efficient inclusion of renewable energy. P2G contributes to the overall efficiency and balancing of the energy system with energy storage and transfer of green energy to end use sectors. Currently, regional commercial P2G-projects have not yet emerged. SuperP2G will ensure that P2G solutions approach commercial implementation by contributing to 1) technical optimisation and system integration, 2) market access and uptake, as well as for 3) development of solutions for adoption. 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. SuperP2G focuses on improving existing tools including open access, as well as develop a new open tool based on the OptiFlow and H2IndexII tools. This is supplemented with analysis of regulation and markets, as well as stakeholder involvement.
Role of CNR ITAE: ITAE is the leader of WP4 dedicated to the development of a web-GIS tool for the definition of the optimal places for installation of P2G plants, within the Italian case study, identified in the Puglia region. ITAE coordinates the Italian project which includes also the University of Bologna.
Scientific responsible for ITAE: Dr. Francesco Sergi
Project website: https://www.superp2g.eu/