Author Archives: Jakob Zinck Thellufsen

Smart Energy Aalborg

Authors: Henrik Lund, Jakob Zinck Thellufsen, Poul Alberg Østergaard, Steffen Nielsen, Karl Sperling, Søren Roth Djørup, Peter Sorknæs The report and EnergyPLAN scenarios linked here are accompanying the Smart Energy Aalborg Plan, which shows a potential future for a 100% … Continue reading

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Varmeplan Danmark 2021

Varmeplan Danmark 2021” er et konkret bud på, hvad der bør ske i varmesektoren for, at Danmark kan gennemføre den grønne omstilling på en teknisk, økonomisk og miljømæssig hensigtsmæssig måde i 2030 (VPDK-30) såvel som i 2045 (VPDK-45). Med ”Varmeplan … Continue reading

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IDA’s Climate Response 2045 – How Denmark Can Become Climate Neutral

Authors: Henrik Lund, Brian Vad Mathiesen, Jakob Zinck Thellufsen, Peter Sorknæs, Iva Ridjan Skov Link to Report (Danish) Summary (English) Link to EnergyPLAN models Abstract (Danish only): IDAs Klimasvar er IDAs bud på, hvordan Danmark når sit mål om 70 pct. … Continue reading

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The Impacts of High V2G Participation in a 100% Renewable Åland Energy System

A 100% renewable energy (RE) scenario featuring high participation in vehicle-to-grid (V2G) services was developed for the Åland islands for 2030 using the EnergyPLAN modelling tool. Hourly data was analysed to determine the roles of various energy storage solutions, notably … Continue reading

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Scenarios for a sustainable energy system in the Åland Islands in 2030

A fully sustainable energy system for the Åland islands is possible by 2030 based on the assumptions in this study. Several scenarios were constructed for the future energy system based on various combinations of domestic production of wind and solar … Continue reading

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