Poul Erik Grohnheit
Senior Researcher Emeritus
Building: 426, 010
2800 Kgs. Lyngby
Poul Erik Grohnheit, (M.Econ., Senior Researcher), has been with Risø since 1980, from May 2015 Emeritus. His main experience has been Danish energy planning and energy-environment-economic modelling within the EU research programmes. He has taken part in several projects on the development of a competitive market for electricity. Currently, he is taking part in projects using the TIMES model, developed within the IEA Implementation Agreement ETSAP, focusing on biomass, CCS, nuclear fusion, and infrastructure for electricity and heat.
|1964 - 1971||Cand. polit. - University of Copenhagen|
M.Econ. (cand. polit.)
|1980 -||Senior Scientist - Risø DTU, Systems Analysis|
|1979 - 1980||Town Planning Consultant - self employed|
|1973 - 1979||Municipal economic planner - Hjørring Kommune|
|1971 - 1972||Town Planning Consultant - Poul Lyagers Planlægningstegnestue, Copenhagen|
|1971 - 1971||Research Assistant - Danish National Building Research Institute, Town Planning|
Development of a competitive market for electricity in the Nordic countries.
Network of experts in EU and Central and Eastern Europe on energy environment economic modelling.
Macroeconomic modelling for energy demand forecast.
Recently, modelling with focus on biomass, CCS and nuclear fusion.
Visiting fellow with Science Policy research Unit (SPRU), University of Sussex, UK, 1988.
Choice of aggregated parameters for integration of electric vehicles to grid in a TIMES model for a region dominated by wind power
Publication: Research › Sound/Visual production (digital) – Annual report year: 2014
Publication: Research › Report – Annual report year: 2014
Publication: Research - peer-review › Report – Annual report year: 2014
Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 1902-1054
ISSNs: 0301-4215, 0301-4215
Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 1873-6777
Pergamon, United Kingdom
BFI (2015): BFI-level 2, ISI indexed (2013): ISI indexed yes
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