Described in this project is energy planning for a specific case, International Student City of Copenhagen (ISCC) and through that the Studentcity. Focus of the project is to make the Studentcity compatible with future Smart Grid, as well as creating a solution, which is economically and environmentally profitable for ISCC. This is done in an addition to the conversion of the Danish energy system to renewable energy. It is necessary to build a resilient energy system, which can withstand changes in energy production, due to renewable energy being fluctuating. In the project the work has been focused on three energy technologies, district heating, heat pumps and photovoltaic cells, which have been used to determine the optimal solution for integrating renewable energy in the energy system, as well as increase resilience in the system. Roadmap, as a method, is used in the project to outline the development in the energy system, as well as determine which energy technologies should be implemented. In addition to this the energy technologies will be analysed and assessed to identify how the Studentcity’s energy system should be build. This is done with focus on the economic aspect and emissions of carbon dioxide. The analysis is based on the project group’s own calculations done with collected data. District heating is the most appropriate energy technology to be implemented in the Studentcity. This is clarified in the calculations. The Studentcity can contribute to the conversion of the Danish energy system to renewable energies, by acting as a pilot project for synergies amongst the various energy technologies. As a contribution, pilot projects can make the Studentcity more compatible with Smart Grid in the future.
|Uddannelser||TekSam - miljøplanlægning, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor|
|Udgivelsesdato||28 jan. 2016|
|Vejledere||Thomas Budde Christensen|
- Smart Grid