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Compressed-Air Storage Power Plants Northern Germany  - The missing link

Within development and use of Renewable Energy Germany international leads the way. This is focused on wind power and fotovoltaics. However, depending on weather, the produced electricity fluctuates. This means a new challence for energy systems, because energy supply needs an equivalent of supply and demand.
Until now mostly coal-fired power plants absorb the balance between supply and demand. But in the future energy storages have to play a decisive role. Short-term fluctuations of electricity produce have to be planed. In the long term energy has to be stored in times of large supply (e. g. stron wind times) and delivered market-driven at high demand or less wind and sun. Within this the perfect storage is often being discussed.

Since many years umwelttechnik & ingenieure is engaged in project development as well as planning of industrial power plants. During the last years particularly of biomass power plants as a potential component of the Energy Turnaround. Furthermore we are joining a longtime intensive cooperation with Professor Dr. techn. Leithner of University of Braunschweig. Beneath the typical power plant technology Professor Dr. techn. Leithner is one of the top-ranking scientist in the field of compressed-air storage power plants in Germany.

In July a meeting with the Minister of Environment of Lower Saxony Mr. Wenzel we discussed this project. He was very interested and announced his support. Continuing meetings are planned.

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