Expansion of wind power is an important element in Danish climate change abatement policy. Starting from a high penetration of approx 20% however, momentary excess production will become an important issue in the future. Through energy systems analyses using the EnergyPLAN model and economic analyses it is analysed how excess productions are better utilised; through conversion into hydrogen of through expansion of export connections thereby enabling sales. The results demonstrate that particularly hydrogen production is unviable under current costs but transmission expansion could be profitable particularly if transmission and dispatch companies operate under a feed-in tariff system.
|Titel||2005 IEEE St. Peterburg powertech : conference proceedings|
|Forlag||Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture|
|Status||Udgivet - 2005|
|Begivenhed||2005 IEEE St. Peterburg powertech - |
Varighed: 27 jun. 2005 → 30 jun. 2005
|Konference||2005 IEEE St. Peterburg powertech|
|Periode||27/06/2005 → 30/06/2005|