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A Net-Zero Energy System Solution for Russian Rural Communities

: Lombardi, Pio Alessandro; Arendarski, Bartlomiej; Suslov, Konstantin; Shamarova, Natalia; Sokolnikova, Polina; Pantaleo, Antonio Marco; Komarnicki, Przemyslaw

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International Conference Green Energy and Smart Grids, GESG 2018 : Irkutsk, Cape Hadartha, Russia, July 27-August 2, 2018
Les Ulis: EDP Sciences, 2018 (E3S Web of Conferences 69)
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The COP 21 agreement state that the reduction of CO2 emissions will limit the rise of global temperatures and thus the impacts of global warming. Since the energy sector is one of the biggest CO2 emitters, greening it is one of the actions selected to achieve COP 21 targets. Increased generation from renewable sources, however, should entail an increase of flexibility options for integrating renewable energy in the system. The volatility of renewable sources such as wind and sun requires flexible storage units, energy conversion and management techniques as well as active consumer participation to ensure the power system is balanced. In multi-energy systems, the electricity generated by renewables is converted into other energy forms such heat or gas. Rural areas result to be attractive test bench in which multi-energy system could be developed. The objective of this study is to analyze the potential for the development of multi-energy systems in remote Russian communities.