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Other uses for fossil fuels will also remain such as petrochemicals, or some types of transport. A zero-carbon scenario would require lower carbon substitutes for fossil fuels given doubts about the cost and viability of nuclear power and the need to retain dispatchable on-demand power sources for long periods as well as light-weight, dense energy sources for specific use cases. Being able to time EV charging according to the energy system requirements will significantly lower the system costs by avoiding grid upgrades and providing flexibility to absorb variable renewables cost-effectively, as demonstrated in the BNEF study on high renewables energy systems flexibility solutions sponsored by Eaton and Statkraft.

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Lohmann, Gabriele; Stelzer, Johannes; Zuber, Verena; Buschmann, Tilo; Margulies, Daniel; Bartels, Andreas; Scheffler, Klaus The formation of transient networks in response to external stimuli or as a reflection of internal cognitive processes is a hallmark of human brain function. However, its identification in fMRI data of the human brain is notoriously difficult.

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Here we propose a new method of fMRI data analysis that tackles this problem by considering large-scale, task-related synchronisation networks. Networks consist of nodes and edges connecting them, where nodes correspond to voxels in fMRI data, and the weight of an edge is determined via task-related changes in dynamic synchronisation between their respective times series.

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Based on these definitions, we developed a new data analysis algorithm that identifies edges that show differing levels of synchrony between two distinct task conditions and that occur in dense packs with similar characteristics.

EV charging infrastructure As EV concentration increases, EV charging infrastructure deployment runs into existing grid limitations in the shape of sub-stations, transformers and cables sizing, as it has been doing in Norway in recent years.

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Being able to time EV charging according to the energy system requirements will significantly lower the system costs by avoiding grid upgrades and providing flexibility to absorb variable renewables cost-effectively, as demonstrated in the BNEF study on high renewables energy systems flexibility solutions sponsored by Eaton and Statkraft.

The need for longer-term backup capacity A large increase of demand-response, storage and smart charging of EVs can substantially mitigate intermittency issues in a high renewables energy system.

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However, it cannot completely address it — there will still be weeks and months of low variable renewables solar and wind production that require long-term backup capacity. Other uses for fossil fuels will also remain such as petrochemicals, or some types of transport.

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A zero-carbon scenario would require lower carbon substitutes for fossil fuels given doubts about the cost and viability of nuclear power and the need to retain dispatchable on-demand power sources for long periods as well as light-weight, dense energy sources for specific use cases.