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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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Copenhagen Energy Vision: A sustainable vision for bringing a Capital to 100% renewable energy

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

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Samsø Energy Vision 2030 – Converting Samsø to 100% Renewable Energy

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

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IDA’s Energy Vision 2050: A Smart Energy System strategy for 100% renewable Denmark

IDA’s Energy Vision 2050 provides a Smart Energy System strategy for a 100% renewable Denmark in 2050. The vision presented should not be regarded as the only option in 2050 but as one scenario out of several possibilities. You can … Continue reading

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Smart Energy Europe: A 100% Renewable Energy Scenario for the EU28

Here is a link to the final publications: Final Report Journal Paper Conference Paper You can also download the EnergyPLAN models here. Summary This study presents one scenario for a 100% renewable energy system in Europe by the year 2050. … Continue reading

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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

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Integration of renewable energy into the transport and electricity sectors through V2G (2008)

Link to the Journal Paper Large-scale sustainable energy systems will be necessary for substantial reduction of CO2. However, large-scale implementation faces two major problems: (1) we must replace oil in the transportation sector, and (2) since today’s inexpensive and abundant … Continue reading

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Large-scale integration of wind power into different energy systems (2005)

The paper presents the ability of different energy systems and regulation strategies to integrate wind power. The ability is expressed by the following three factors: the degree of electricity excess production caused by fluctuations in wind and Combined Heat and … Continue reading

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