The DispElec project includes the development of a prototype dispatch tool for industrial electrolysis installations.


Taking into account all the technical limitations of an industrial electrolysis, the dispatch tool will perform a real-time optimization of the plant load in order to optimize energy consumption.
Maximum use of storage is made. As a result, the maximum flexibility potential of this installation can be used in the context of safeguarding the grid balance.
The overarching objective of the research project is to evaluate the maximum flexibility potential of industrial electrolysis installations.


Check out our techpapers, were we give some insights into the findings of the DispElec project.

DispElec Techpaper #1 – electrolyser flexibility & capacity utilisation

DispElec Techpaper #2 – technical & operational constraints on electrolyser flex  – soon to be published

Come back later to read our progress reports and the final DispElec results.

With support of

We worked with Entras from the development of our business case to the contracting of our asset.

Value creation is their leading principle, this during each phase of the project.

Bart Wouters

Chief Operating Officer, Prayon

In the rich, complex and changing domain of the Belgian electricity market, it is comforting to have the opportunity to rely on well aware and highly skilled people, able to demystify the numerous challenges and propose optimised and tailormade industrial solutions.

Pierre Clerbois

Manufacturing Excellence - Belgium Energy Country Manager, Inovyn

J’ai investi dans un système durable. J’étais ravi de pouvoir encore l’améliorer avec Biogee.

I invested in a durable system. I was delighted to make it even beter with Biogee.

Jérôme Breton

CEO, Biométhane du bois d’Arnelle (BBA)