En CO2-neutral Roskilde Festival på vedvarende energi: En undersøgelse af muligheder for at sikre en ny vedvarende energiproduktion samt at kompensere for Roskilde Festivals drivhusgasudledning.

Jeppe Grau Thomsen

Studenteropgave: Semesterprojekt


This project is scoped as an investigation of how it is possible for the Danish music and culture festival Roskilde Festival to ensure a new production of renewable energy equivalent to the festivals consumption of energy (863.879 kWh per year), and to compensate the greenhouse gas emissions caused by the festival (6200,8 t/CO2 per year). To do that, I analyze four opportunities – two in developing countries and two in a danish context. The analytic framework is based on 5 criteria, where I withdraw from the concept of additionality and the theory of sustainable development. The results of the project show, that projects in developing countries fulfills the criteria to the largest extent, but the timeframe for new project can be a challenge. To reach the objectives immediately I recommend to donate money to Klimafonden, and offset through a Gold Standard-certified project, where co-benefits in line with sustainable development are ensured.

UddannelserTekSam - miljøplanlægning, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Kandidat
Udgivelsesdato15 jan. 2017
Antal sider48
VejledereRikke Lybæk


  • Roskilde Festival
  • Offsetting
  • CO2-kompensation
  • Additionalitet
  • Additionality
  • CSR
  • RSR
  • Vedvarende energi
  • Bæredygtig udvikling