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Author Archives: EnergyPLAN Support
The Role of the Latvian District Heating System in the Development of Sustainable Energy Supply
Link to the Journal Paper The aim of the study is to determine whether and to what extent it is possible to use excess electricity produced by wind power plants during low demand periods for district heat production by heat … Continue reading
Sustainability Analysis of Innovative Transport System
Link to the Journal Paper The focus of the research is to develop a new approach to transport solution based on the use of a conveyor-type system and to compare the environmental impact of the new system with the existing … Continue reading
The first step towards a 100% renewable energy system for Ireland (2011)
Link to the Journal Paper In 2007 Ireland supplied 96% of the total energy demand with fossil fuels (7% domestic and 89% imported) and 3% with renewable energy, even though there are enough renewable resources to supply all the energy … Continue reading
A 100% Renewable Energy Strategy for Aalborg
Link to summary (In Danish) Link to report (In Danish) Link to the Journal Paper focusing on Heat Aalborg Municipality, Denmark, wishes to investigate the possibilities of becoming independent of fossil fuels. This article describes a scenario for supplying Aalborg … Continue reading
A 100% renewable energy scenario for Croatia (2011)
Link to the Journal EU import dependence on hydrocarbons and resulting negative environmental impact related to their use led to setting of new measures and energy policy that will make, in time, a post carbon society more feasible and achievable. … Continue reading
A 100% renewable energy scenario for the Island of Mljet in Croatia (2007)
Link to the Journal This paper presents a comparative study of two energy system analysis models both designed for the purpose of analysing electricity systems with a substantial share of fluctuating renewable energy. The first model (EnergyPLAN) has been designed … Continue reading
Modelling of energy systems with a high percentage of CHP and wind power (2003)
Link to the Journal Paper This paper presents the energy system analysis model EnergyPLAN, which has been used to analyse the integration of large scale wind power into the national Danish electricity system. The main purpose of the EnergyPLAN model … Continue reading
Management of fluctuations in wind power and CHP comparing two possible Danish strategies (2002)
Link to the Journal Paper Both CHP (combined heat and power production) and wind power are important elements of Danish energy policy. Today, approximately 50% of both the Danish electricity and heat demand are produced in CHP and more than … Continue reading
Energy efficiency analysis and impact evaluation of the application of thermoelectric power cycle to today’s CHP systems (2010)
Link to the Journal Paper High efficiency thermoelectric generators (TEG) can recover waste heat from both industrial and private sectors. Thus, the development and deployment of TEG may represent one of the main drives for technological change and fuel substitution. … Continue reading
CEESA: 100% Renewable Energy Scenarios for Denmark to 2050 (2012)
Visit the CEESA Homepage Download the CEESA reports The CEESA project (Coherent Energy and Environmental System Analysis) presents technical scenarios as well as implementation policies and a road map of Denmark’s transition from a fossil fuel-dominated energy system to a … Continue reading