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Strategic energy planning addresses issues with current energy supply and formulates strategies for transitions. It largely depends upon the technical, societal and economic context of the energy supply, as the actors involved, means of actions and available options will differ between situations.
Strategic heat planning activities are interdisciplinary activities carried out within established networks of actors and institutions. These networks include diverse agents such as public authorities on several organisational levels; private energy companies, incumbents supplying consumers and emerging companies delivering new technological solutions; established infrastructure, grids and supply methods; energy regulation, taxation and subsidies; resource
availability, domestic as well as imported fuels, and, related to this; energy security issues; political agreements for future energy supply and the methods used to combat climate change; and the companies and consumers who have to adopt technologies and pay energy bills.
This report presents a three-phase framework for carrying out strategic heat planning activities. These phases may depend upon contexts and scopes of analysis. Before beginning the analysis, an initial process to define the scope and goals of the strategic heat planning activities should be carried out.
|Status||Udgivet - 16 apr. 2019|
- Strategic heat planning
- district heating
- Renewable energy source (RES)
Govering European Heat Transitions: the role of knowledge and collective agency in district heating planning
Bertelsen, N., 2021, Aalborg Universitetsforlag. 193 s. (Ph.d.-serien for Det Tekniske Fakultet for IT og Design, Aalborg Universitet). Bidragets oversatte titel: Planlægning af varmeomstilling i Europa: Viden og kollektiv handlings rolle i fjernvarmeplanlægning
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Djørup, S. R., Bertelsen, N., Mathiesen, B. V. & Schneider, N. C. A., 16 apr. 2019, Aalborg Universitet. 23 s.
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