This report works with the issue of fluctuating energy combined with varying consumption within the Danish power system. The report revolves around the environmental milestones towards the year of 2050, created by the former Danish government, in the 2012 energy agreement.
The report starts out by accounting for the Danish electrical power system, and the current issues within the system which complicates the evolvement towards a more flexible and sustainable system. The main issue is the central power plants, and their lack of ability to adapt to a system with increasingly amount of fluctuating energy production.
The methods used for analyzing and discussing the potential solution is Least-Cost Planning and Virtual Power Plant. Least-Cost Planning have been a determinant method in the previous planning of the Danish electrical power system, while Virtual Power Plant will be used as a method to adjusting to a future system with increased amount of fluctuating energy.
The report concludes that if the environmental milestones for 2050 are to be achieved, there will be a need of greater connection to the surrounding nation’s electrical power systems. These connections will help create a greater system, where each nations will act as a unit in a combined energy system.
This solution will help solve the issue of fluctuating energy and varying consumption.
The point is to achieve high security of supply without compromising with the sustainability of the system.
|Uddannelser||TekSam - miljøplanlægning, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor|
|Udgivelsesdato||31 maj 2016|
- Least-Cost Planning