Linking the Power and Transport Sectors—Part 1: The Principle of Sector Coupling

@article{Robinius2017LinkingTP,
  title={Linking the Power and Transport Sectors—Part 1: The Principle of Sector Coupling},
  author={Martin Robinius and Alexander Otto and Philipp-Matthias Heuser and Lara Welder and Konstantinos Syranidis and David Severin Ryberg and Thomas Grube and Peter Markewitz and Ralf Peters and Detlef Stolten},
  journal={Energies},
  year={2017},
  volume={10},
  pages={956}
}
The usage of renewable energy sources (RESs) to achieve greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reduction goals requires a holistic transformation across all sectors. Due to the fluctuating nature of RESs, it is necessary to install more wind and photovoltaics (PVs) generation in terms of nominal power than would otherwise be required in order to ensure that the power demand can always be met. In a near fully RES-based energy system, there will be times when there is an inadequate conventional load to… 
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