CORE – Coordinated operation of integrated energy systems: WP1 - Renewable based Energy System with P2H and P2G

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The purpose of the work presented in this report is to utilise existing energy system scenarios from different Danish actors to analyse how different technologies could affect different types of future energy systems where renewable technologies supply all energy demands. A special focus is on power-to-heat and power-to-gas technologies, though the scope is not limited to these technologies. The work includes scenarios for both the long-term 2050 energy system where the Danish energy system is based on 100% renewable energy, but also a medium-term perspective for 2035. The medium-term is included as different technologies might have different roles in 100% renewable energy systems than in energy systems with a lower share of renewable energy. In turn, this is useable for policy considerations in regards to which technologies should be implemented early and which should wait until the share of renewable energy in the energy system is higher, and which technologies are only relevant in the transition towards 100% renewable energy.
This report is the result of the work in Work Package 1 of the EUDP funded project Coordinated Operation of Integrated Energy Systems (CORE).
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Antal sider184
StatusUdgivet - 30 nov. 2020

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