Category Archives: Denmark

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

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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

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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

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Optimal designs of small CHP plants in a market with fluctuating electricity prices (2005)

Combined Heat and Power production (CHP) are essential for implementation of the climate change response objectives in many countries. In an introduction period, small CHP plants have typically been offered fixed electricity prices, but in many countries, such pricing conditions … Continue reading

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Management of surplus electricity-production from a fluctuating renewable-energy source (2003)

Link to the Journal Paper Renewable-energy sources and energy efficiency are important elements in Danish Energy Policy. The implementation of wind power and combined heat- and power production (CHP) have already led to substantial fuel savings, and both technologies are … Continue reading

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The effectiveness of storage and relocation options in renewable energy systems (2008)

Link to the Journal Paper Across the world, energy planners and transmission system operators are faced with decisions on how to deal with challenges associated with high penetration levels of intermittent energy resources and combined heat and power (CHP). At … 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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A 100% Renewable Energy Strategy for Denmark (2007)

This paper discusses the perspective of renewable energy (wind, solar, wave and biomass) in the making of strategies for a sustainable development. Such strategies typically involve three major technological changes: energy savings on the demand side, efficiency improvements in the … Continue reading

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Large-scale integration of optimal combinations of PV, wind and wave power into the electricity supply (2006)

This article presents the results of analyses of large-scale integration of wind power, photo voltaic (PV) and wave power into a Danish reference energy system. The possibility of integrating Renewable Energy Sources (RES) into the electricity supply is expressed in … Continue reading

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