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 at the VGB KELI 2014 conference in Landshut, Germany. The conference theme was: ”Construction, commissioning and operation of generating units in the time of Energy switch”. For the past 6 years, Mr Torkild Christensen of Added Values has been part of the steering groups of two VGB research and development projects on operational power plant flexibility. Such flexibility is needed as more wind power and solar power have to be integrated in power systems.