TURBO-REFLEX is participating in the final episode of the ETN webinar series on flexible power generation. Apart from TURBO-REFLEX, the webinar will include the Coordinators of four other Horizon 2020 projects as well as representatives of ETIP SNET and the European Commission. The event will take place on Tuesday, 20 April 2021 at 11:30 CEST. Registration is now open.
TURBO-REFLEX will have its final event on 15 April 2021 in forms of a special technical session at the 14th European Turbomachinery Conference
TURBO-REFLEX will have an appearance in the Enlit EU project zone.
TURBO-REFLEX has successfully concluded its episode within the ETN webinar series on flexible power generation on 2nd March 2021. The event was attended by more than 80 participants, making it a great success.
TURBO-REFLEX is hosting the last episode of the European Turbine Network (ETN) webinar series on flexible power generation. The session will take place on 2 March at 12:00 CET. Speakers from GE, MAN Energy Solutions and Naturgy will present the results of their work in TURBO-REFLEX and discuss the relevance of the project from a user perspective.
Registration is now open at https://etn.global/?post_type=events&p=24076
TURBO-REFLEX was one of six EU-funded energy projects to be invited to INEA’s workshop on flexible power plants to present their concepts and challenges as well as explore potential synergies. The meeting took place virtually on November 19th 2020.
Due to the evolving situation around the Corona Virus expansion in Europe, the event has to be cancelled and will be postponed to a time later in the summer, when the situation may hopefully have improved.
We are working on an alternative date and will keep you updated here.
TURBO-REFLEX invites to its public symposium covering capabilities for flexibility, policy and legislation on 1st April at Cranfield University. Registration is now open.
TURBO-REFLEX invites to its next public workshop and symposium at Cranfield University on 1st April 2020.
"...we need our existing power plants to fill the gap for flexible back-up capacity – a role that they were not really designed for before."
The European Commission's Community Research and Development Information Service - better known as CORDIS - has posted an article on the FLEXTURBINE and TURBO-REFLEX Public Event in Prague and makes reference to the event video.
The article is accessible at https://cordis.europa.eu/news/rcn/130410_en.html
On 25th September 2018, the project consortia invited to the public conference “Flexible Thermal Power Plants as Back-bone for the Energy Transition” in Prague presented the project and discussed further steps with other stakeholders.
This video gives some impressions on the event.
TURBO-REFLEX is happy to announce this public event on 25th September in Prague. Together with its sister project FLEXTURBINE, TURBO-REFLEX will present its research results and discuss with high level representatives from policy, industry and research on how the projects can contribute to the transition process towards a future low carbon energy.
The scope of the conference covers fluid dynamics and thermodynamics involved in improving flexibility, performance and availability of ST, GT and other turbo-machines...
TURBO-REFLEX Work Package Leaders held a workshop on the impact of improved turbine components for flexible Thermal Power Plants...
Released in 2017 by the FLEXTURBINE project, this video explains the need for flexible power plants for the future Energy System.