The ambitious Danish climate and energy goals aim to phase out fossil-based electricity and heat production by 2035. To meet these goals the Danish Energy Agency has released a guide to strategic energy planning for the municipalities to begin the planning process of the local energy transition. Through these guides, it becomes evident that the municipal owned utility companies have a large role to play in local energy transitions. This project focuses on how the utility company in the municipality of Kalundborg can supply the forthcoming strategic energy plans and how this plan can lay the base for the transition of so-called oil villages. A big part of the required resource and consumption mapping for the energy plans is started. Through the analysis it becomes evident that the utility company can supply the planning process is through specific action plans. Because of the law on heat supply, the utility company can only engage in what is considered collective heat projects. These conditions makes it ideal for the energy plans to contain actions plans to convert oil villages. This will not only result in less oil dependence but also affect the economy of the local house owners.
|Uddannelser||TekSam - miljøplanlægning, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor el. kandidat|
|Udgivelsesdato||28 aug. 2015|
- Kalundborg kommune
- strategisk energiplanlægning
- Kalundborg Forsyning