Power-to-Gas: Balancing the energy system with green fuel

The transformation of excess electricity from renewable energy sources into green gases, such as hydrogen and methane, offers access to an already existing large-scale energy storage solution. Power-to-gas allows the storage of electrical energy over long periods of time, where the resulting gases are used as a green fuel when needed. Power-to-gas, thus, can contribute to the demand for flexibility in the energy sector.

The conference on power-to-gas organised on 9 November by EEF Associate Members EUGINE and EUTurbines, will explore the opportunities and challenges of power-to-gas technologies, from research to the business case, and how this option can contribute to the future European energy system.

For questions please contact: Magdalena Kurz, phone: +32 2 706 82 12, e-mail: magdalena.kurz@euturbines.eu



EUGINE is the voice of Europe’s engine power plants industry. Its  members are the leading European  manufacturers of engine power plants and their key components. They  provide forward-looking solutions for flexible electricity generation. Its members are ABB, Bosch, Caterpillar, Cummins, EC Power, Edina, General Electric, Liebherr, MAN, Marelli Motori, Rolls-Royce, Wärtsilä, AMPS and VDMA.

EUTurbines is the voice of the European gas and steam turbine manufacturers employing more than 70,000 people across Europe with a turnover of around 25 billion euros. Its members are Ansaldo Energia, GE Power, MAN Diesel & Turbo, Siemens, Doosan Skoda Power and Solar Turbines.