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Added Values advices internationally about flexibilistion of power plants

Chinese power plants look to Added Values for increased flexibility Together with The Danish Energy Agency, the Danish Embassy in China, and CNREC (China National Renewable Energy Centre), Added Values arranged and facilitated a one-week workshop in China. In detail Mr Torkild Christensen, Specialist at Added Values, and Mr Rudolph Blum, former manager of Technology Development at DONG Energy, presented how operational power plant flexibility is efficiently used in the Danish power system, and they focused in particular on how such flexibility methods can be applied at Chinese power plants. Added Values gives lecture at VGB conference Added Values gave a lecture...
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Added Values is now located in Green Tech Center, Vejle

In June Added Values moved from Fredericia to the Green Tech Center in Vejle. Our new address is Lysholt Allé 10, 7100 Vejle. Not only does the Green Tech Center offer more space for our employees, it also houses other companies that focus on efficient and sustainable energy. In addition, a laboratory for testing new and innovative energy solutions is under construction on the premises. ...
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Added Values is behind two articles on materials on wind turbines bearings and gas turbines

Added Values is behind two articles on materials on wind turbines bearings and gas turbines Two employees with Added Values have published two articles in the recent edition of ”Practical Metallography” which has special focus on metallography in Denmark. Kristian Vinter Dahl and John Hald are behind the article “Identification of Precipitates in an IN792 Gas Turbine Blade after Service Exposure” which, based on advanced metallurgical analyses and models, describes the corrosion mechanisms of gas turbine blades and how this can help assess the remaining life time. Kristian Vinter Dahl is co-writer on the article “Application of Complementary Techniques for Advanced...
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The Danish Energy Agency grants 5 million DKK to Added Values for enhanced operational flexibility in the energy system

EUDP (an Energy Technological Development and Demonstration Program under the Danish Energy Agency) has granted 5 million Danish Kroner for a project aiming at developing and demonstrating a new software tool that will give existing heat and power producers enhanced market flexibility. Added Values is project manager and will subsequently market the tool. Together with our project partners, Sønderborg Fjernvarme, EMD and Aalborg University, we are very proud of having been granted the EUDP funds. The purpose of the project is to accelerate the development of tools capable of closing the gap between market needs and the unutilized potential in existing...
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