CEESA 100% Renewable Energy Transport Scenarios Towards 2050: Technical Background Report Part 2

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  • Author: Mathiesen, Brian Vad

    Aalborg University, Denmark

  • Author: Connolly, David

    Aalborg University, Denmark

  • Author: Lund, Henrik

    Aalborg University, Denmark

  • Author: Nielsen, Mads Pagh

    Aalborg University, Denmark

  • Author: Schaltz, Erik

    Aalborg University, Denmark

  • Author: Wenzel, Henrik

    University of Southern Denmark, Denmark

  • Author: Bentsen, Niclas Scott

    University of Copenhagen, Denmark

  • Author: Felby, Claus

    University of Copenhagen, Denmark

  • Author: Kaspersen, Per Skougaard

    Aalborg University

  • Author: Ridjan, Iva

    Aalborg University, Denmark

  • Author: Hansen, Kenneth

    Aalborg University, Denmark

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This report presents the results regarding 100% renewable energy transport scenarios in the strategic research project “Coherent Energy and Environmental System Analysis” (CEESA) which was conducted in 2007-2011 and funded by the Danish Strategic Research Council together with the participating parties. Transport is one of the key challenges in society and has had special attention in the 100% renewable energy scenarios also developed in CEESA. This report also presents the TransportPLAN scenario tool developed in the CEESA project for analysing renewable energy in transport. The CEESA project was interdisciplinary and involved more than 20 researchers from 7 different universities or research institutions in Denmark. Moreover, the project was supported by an international advisory panel. The results include further development and integration of existing tools and methodologies into coherent energy and environmental analysis tools as well as analyses of the design and implementation of future renewable energy systems.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherDepartment of Development and Planning, Aalborg University
Number of pages103
ISBN (Electronic)978-87-91404-35-1
Publication statusPublished - 2014
Externally publishedYes

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