This is a series of posts on the different technologies we are developing in the FlexH2 project. We will not go into technical details here but rather provide a basis for understanding the technology developed and provide a sufficient context of its relevance in the energy transition. 

These posts will be written by different parties in our consortium and will be published every few months.

Our third ReFlexion on Grid-Forming Control Technology

It’s about how we feed the electricity into the grid

A ReFlexion of Dongsheng Yang, Assistant Professor at TU/e

Get insight into how we feed electricity into the grid and how Grid-forming control differs from the current method.

Read the ReFlexion of Dongsheng

Our second ReFlexion on Offshore wind to hydrogen

Flexibility provider in a Dutch electrified market

A ReFlexion of Iratxe Gonzalez-Aparicio, Portfolio Manager System Integration Wind at TNO.

Get insight into the Conceptual design and optimum operations of the FlexH2 System.

Read the ReFlexion of Iratxe

Our first ReFlexion on Solid State Transformers

When being less gives you more

A ReFlexion of Zian Qin, Assistant Professor at the TU Delft.

Get insight into the use of transformers and why voltages are increased and decreased in different parts of our utility grid. 

Read the ReFlexion of Zian

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