Book of abstracts: 3rd International Conference on Smart Energy Systems and 4th Generation District Heating: National Museum, Copenhagen, 12-13 September 2017

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title = "Book of abstracts: 3rd International Conference on Smart Energy Systems and 4th Generation District Heating: National Museum, Copenhagen, 12-13 September 2017",
abstract = "This year the conference is organised by two research centres/projects in collaboration with Aalborg University. The first is the 4DH Strategic Research Centre and the other is the project RE-INVEST, both supported financial by the Danish Innovation Fund. After the previous two year´s success in Copenhagen 2015 with more than 70 presentations and 180 participants and in Aalborg with 115 presentations and 300 participants, we are indeed happy to be able to announce an increase to 150 presentations in 6 parallel sessions with around 350 participants from 25 countries around the world. We wish to thank everyone for your valuable contributions. The aim is to present and discuss scientific findings and industrial experiences related to the development of Smart Energy Systems and future 4th Generation District Heating Technologies and Systems (4GDH). This development is fundamental to the implementation of the European 2020 goals as well as future sustainable energy solutions in general.The Smart Energy System approach was defined in 2011 in the CEESA project. The project addressed Danish scenarios with a particular focus on renewable energy in the transport system in a context with limited access to bioenergy.The Smart Energy System concept is essential for 100% renewable energy systems to harvest storage synergies and exploit low-value heat sources. The most effective and least-cost solutions are to be found when the electricity sector is combined with the heating and cooling sectors and/or the transport sector. Moreover, the combination of electricity and gas infrastructures may play an important role in the design of future renewable energy systems. In its research on low-temperature district heating, the Strategic Research Centre for 4th Generation District Heating Technologies and Systems enhances the understanding of supply system design, infrastructure and heat savings.",
author = "Henrik Lund and Mathiesen, {Brian Vad}",
year = "2017",
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publisher = "Department of Development and Planning, Aalborg University",

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