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How to cite EnergyPLAN
When you wish to refer to EnergyPLAN in a publication, please use this reference:
”EnergyPLAN – Advanced Analysis of Smart Energy Systems”
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Author Archives: Dave Drysdale
Did you know that the heat currently being wasted in Europe could heat all of our buildings if it was collected in smart district heating grids? Today, 40% of the energy consumed in Europe is for heating. All this energy … Continue reading
Link to the journal paper Download the EnergyPLAN models here. South East Europe is the region in a part of Europe with approximately 65.5 million inhabitants, making up 8.9% of Europe’s total population. The countries concerned have distinct geographical features, … Continue reading
The report “Future Green Buildings – A key to Cost-Effective Sustainable Energy Systems” describes the contribution and role of the building sector in a 100% renewable energy future, as well as the transitions that are necessary in the building sector to support this change. You … Continue reading
The short-term goal for The City of Copenhagen is a CO2 neutral energy supply by the year 2025, and the long-term vision for Denmark is a 100% renewable energy (RE) supply by the year 2050. In this project, it is … Continue reading
The purpose of this report is to investigate potential scenarios for converting Samsø into 100% renewable energy supply in 2030 with focus on local electricity and biomass resources. Firstly, a 2013 reference scenario is established to investigate whether Samsø is … Continue reading
This article has a threefold objective, it reviews the application of a given energy system simulation model – EnergyPLAN – analysing its application on geographic level as well as the types of simulations or scenario analyses performed on the model. … Continue reading
Denmark has set an ambitious goal to become 100% renewable by 2050, and this study aims to investigate further how Denmark could achieve this goal. Specifically the study aims to help understand the implications for Denmark when it is interconnected … Continue reading
New Zealand is highly dependent on fossil fuels for its transport sector, and in recent years the vulnerability of the New Zealand economy and society to its dependence on fossil fuels has been exposed. For example after the 2008 Global … Continue reading