This study investigates the possible solutions for a carbon neutral energy sector in Denmark within a holistic setting. Solutions are picked from prominent recent literature concerning a shift from an energy system independent on fossil fuels. These solutions are discussed using a set of criteria that has been condensed from several interviews with central players from the energy sector. The condensed criteria are: Security of supply, energy efficiency, sustainable use of biomass and that the solutions are economically beneficial for the danish society. By applying the criteria some solutions are found to be better than others. The study indicates that the future energy sector should at least consist of som levels of the following: Transmission of electricity to the international grid, flexible consumption of electricity, utilisation of surplus heat, flexible heat pumps, biogas for peak production and a general need to rethink the combined heat and power production. Different solutions hereby contribute with different functionality to different parts of an energy system independent of fossil fuels. The development towards an energy system independent of fossil fuels is only obtainable with a combination of the solutions and by a prioritization of the criteria.
|Uddannelser||TekSam - miljøplanlægning, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Kandidat|
|Udgivelsesdato||27 jan. 2016|
- vedvarende energi