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The current status of wind power and the energy infrastructure in Denmark is reviewed in this paper. The reasons for why Denmark is a world leader in wind power are outlined. The Danish government is aiming to achieve 100% renewable energy generation by 2050. A major challenge is balancing load and generation. In addition, the current and future solutions of enhancing wind power penetration through optimal use of cross-energy sector flexibility, so-called indirect electric energy storage options, are investigated. A conclusion is drawn with a summary of experiences and lessons learned in Denmark related to wind power development.
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- Energy system flexibility
- High wind power penetration
- Integrated multi-energy system
- Danish wind energy
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EPIMES: Enhancing wind Power Integration through optimal use of cross-sectoral flexibility in an integrated Multi-Energy System
Bindner, H. W., Zong, Y., You, S., Zhang, Z., Chyhryn, S. & Olsen, K. P.
01/10/2016 → 31/03/2020