Over the past year, Europe has experienced unprecedented energy cost volatility caused primarily by the unfolding geopolitical crisis and fueled by the consumption recovery after two years of the pandemic. The dramatic surge in energy costs is apparent when comparing the Q3 figures for 2021 and 2022. The countries that have suffered the most are those whose energy mix is skewed toward natural gas as a primary energy source. This is all part of a challenging European decarbonization plan involving industry, mobility and housing with ambitious targets for 2030-35. Solar Turbines looks at the energy system as a highly integrated and interconnected whole – a network increasingly benefiting from the contribution of renewable energy, but also affected by the need to ensure its availability and stabilty.
For this reason, Solar is the primary partner for energy solutions based on latest generation turbogas integrated with SMART digital architechtures operating in the big data sphere.
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