A Review of Smart Energy Projects & Smart Energy State-of-the-Art

Brian Vad Mathiesen, Dave Drysdale, Julia Fernandez Chozas, Iva Ridjan, David Connolly, Henrik Lund

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Abstract

The aim of this study was to investigate the research projects in Smart Energy over the past 10 years in Denmark, the Nordic region and the EU in order to find gaps and to inform the Smart Energy Network’s recommendations. The study also investigated the Smart Energy state-of-the-art research based on expert knowledge.

Smart Energy is a cross-sectoral approach that makes use of synergies between the various energy sectors when identifying suitable and cost-effective renewable energy solutions. The three main energy sectors involved are electricity, thermal and gas. Different sub-sectors form parts of these sectors, for example electric vehicles in the electricity sector, and district heating in the thermal sector.

In this study a database of Danish projects was made that labelled each project with their Smart Energy focus and other metadata such as funding body, and type of project. The database is publically available.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherDepartment of Development and Planning, Aalborg University
Number of pages146
ISBN (Print)978-87-91404-77-1
Publication statusPublished - 21 Dec 2015

Keywords

  • Smart energy

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