The new Special Issue (SI) titled “Dispatchable RES and flexibility in high RES penetration scenarios: solutions for further deployment” has been published in the Energy Sources, Part B: Economics, Planning, and Policy Journal of Taylor & Francis Group! EC H2020 MUSTEC project provided the analytical framework for many of the papers in this SI.
The transition toward a more sustainable energy supply and the decarbonization of the EU electricity sector through the deployment of Renewable Energy Technologies (RETs), is an issue of high interest that brings in the spotlight the importance of electricity system flexibility.
This Special Issue aims to contribute to the better understanding of the importance of dispatchability and flexibility, and to highlight the policy and regulatory conditions needed in order for dispatchable RETs to be further deployed, supporting a fully decarbonized energy supply.
You can have access for the Special Issue and the papers here: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/15567249.2021.1893044