Environmental Externalities Related to Power Production Technologies in Denmark

Liselotte Schleisner Ibsen, Per Sieverts Nielsen

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    The European Commission has launched a major study project, ExternE, to develop a methodology to quantify externalities. A “National Implementation Phase”, was started under the Joule II programme with the purpose of implementing the ExternE methodology in all member states. The main objective of the Danish part of the project is to implement the framework for externality evaluation, for three different power plants located in Denmark. The paper will focus on the assessment of the impacts of the whole fuel cycles for wind, natural gas and biogas. Priority areas for environmental impact assessment are identified, based on results of earlier studies and some identified of specific relevance for Denmark. Importance is attached to the quantification of impacts for each of the three fuel cycles and to monetisation of the externalities.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publication1st international conference on energy and the environment. Efficient utilisation of energy and water resources. Vol. 1
    EditorsS.A. Tassou
    Place of PublicationUxbridge (GB)
    PublisherBrunel University
    Publication date1997
    Publication statusPublished - 1997
    Event1st International Conference on Energy and the Environment: Efficient Utilisation of Energy and Water Resources - Limassol, Cyprus
    Duration: 12 Oct 199714 Oct 1997
    Conference number: 1


    Conference1st International Conference on Energy and the Environment


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