This project examines the possibility of storing energy from offshore wind power. Throughout the assignment we have examined the potential resulting advantages, that comes from creating a new mechanical product; a product able to store the energy from turbines. We have examined the political and economical situation in Denmark focusing on the transit to sustainable energy. To gain more knowledge two expert interviews were conducted; Troels Friis Pedersen, a professor in wind turbines from the Danish Technical University and Søren Dyck-Madsen from The Danish Ecological Council an expert on energy and politics. This project entails two differentiated analysis. The first one is a sociotechnical system analysis, that offers insight on the current politics and market participants and what underlies the decision about the future of sustainable energy. The second one is a partial iteration process analysis, made on the basis of our prototype and contributes to optimise our product. At the end we will reach a conclusion that combines the two analysis about possible methods of storing sustainable energy. Furthermore does the assignment contain a discussion about the consequences of the European Commission’s declaration of the Danish Public Service Organisation-tariff as being conflicting with the prohibition of discriminatory levy.
|Uddannelser||Basis - Humanistisk-Teknologisk Bacheloruddannelse, (Bachelor uddannelse) Basis|
|Udgivelsesdato||22 dec. 2014|