The ambition of multi-energy systems is to combine energy efficiency with their environmental performance. Creating synergies between the different grids (gas, electricity, heat) helps reduce energy wastage by storing losses for use at a later time, or transforming them into an energy source for which there is greater demand or which is more efficient in use. This interconnection requires being able to manage the production and consumption of several types of energy and controlling all the flows in real time. The objective of Teréga’s R&I teams is to develop a methodology and innovative digital tools to optimise multi-energy systems.
creating a decision-making methodology to develop multi-energy systems with a high share of renewable energies integrating new technological building blocks,
developing a real-time tool to manage physical and trade flows.
Initiated in 2019, this project is aimed at deploying a smart multi-energy system which relies on industrial and digital technology. The objective of IMPULSE 2025 is to optimise both the overall performance of current energy systems and their environmental impacts. Our multi-energy system is based on:
grid interconnection: optimisation and sharing of multiple energy sources (electricity, gas, heat),
energy efficiency: recovery, storage and use of waste energy,
digital technology: optimal management of the different energy sources between the different stakeholders.
This project is supported by the Nouvelle-Aquitaine Region.