The project was interdisciplinary and involved more than 20 researchers from 7 different university departments or research institutions in Denmark. Moreover, the project was supported by an international advisory panel.
The results include further development and integration of existing tools and methodologies into coherent energy and environmental analysis tools as well as analyses of the design and implementation of future renewable energy systems.
For practical reasons, the work has been carried out as an interaction between five work packages, and a number of reports, papers and tools have been reported separately from each part of the project. A list of the separate work package reports is given at the end of this foreword while a complete list of all papers and reports can be found at the end of the report as well as at the following website: www.ceesa.dk.
This report provides a summary of the results of the different project parts in a coherent way by presenting tools and methodologies as well as analyses of the design and implementation of renewable energy systems – including both energy and environmental aspects.
The authors listed in the report represent those who have contributed directly as well as indirectly via the work of the different work packages. By nature this means that each individual author cannot be responsible for every detail of the different reports and papers of work packages conducted by others. Such responsibility relies on the specific authors of the sub-reports and papers. Moreover, individual participants may have personal views that differ from parts of the recommendations of this main report.
List of CEESA Background Reports:
Part 1: CEESA 100% Renewable Energy Scenarios towards 2050
Part 2: CEESA 100% Renewable Energy Transport Scenarios towards 2050
Part 3: Electric power systems for a transition to 100% Renewable Energy Systems in Denmark before 2050
Part 4: Policies for a Transition to 100% Renewable Energy Systems in Denmark before 2050
Part 5: Environmental Assessment of Renewable Energy Scenarios towards 2050
|Forlag||Department of Development and Planning, Aalborg University|
|Status||Udgivet - 2011|