Low Carbon Energy Supply for South East Europe

Dominik Franjo Dominkovic, I. Bačeković, B. Ćosić, G. Krajačić, Tomislav Pukšec, N. Duić, N. Markovska

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Abstract

South East Europe consists of several smaller countries in terms of energy systems and thus,integrating energy systems of the whole region has significant benefits for all the countries included. However, as there are large differences between energy mixes of the countries included, careful energy planning needs to be carried out in order to satisfy energy needs of all the countries of the region.Due to the significant differences in geography and the climate of different parts of the region, many different technologies need to be introduced in order to have optimal, low-carbon energy mix.In this paper, steps toward the 100% renewable energy system (RES) for the year 2050 have been presented. Novelty in this paper, compared to the similar research already being carried out, is the sustainable use of biomass in 100% RES, as this is the only way in which biomass can be considered as carbon-neutral. Smart energy systems’ approach has been used in planning of 100% RES, which considers significant integration of the electrical, heating and gas sectors. Many technologies have been employed in the year 2050, but the major share is put on photovoltaics and wind energy, followed by geothermal, solar thermal, CHPs driven on biomass, hydro power and synthetic fuel technologies. Finally, it was shown that the 100% RES in the year 2050 is cheaper than the reference system, developed for the year 2012.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationBook of Abstracts : 10th Conference on Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems
Publication date2015
Pages660-660
Article numberSDEWES2014.1192
Publication statusPublished - 2015
Event10th Conference on Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems - Dubrovnik, Croatia
Duration: 27 Sep 20152 Oct 2015
Conference number: 10
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Conference10th Conference on Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems
Number10
CountryCroatia
CityDubrovnik
Period27/09/201502/10/2015
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Dominkovic, D. F., Bačeković, I., Ćosić, B., Krajačić, G., Pukšec, T., Duić, N., & Markovska, N. (2015). Low Carbon Energy Supply for South East Europe. In Book of Abstracts: 10th Conference on Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems (pp. 660-660). [SDEWES2014.1192]
Dominkovic, Dominik Franjo ; Bačeković, I. ; Ćosić, B. ; Krajačić, G. ; Pukšec, Tomislav ; Duić, N. ; Markovska, N. / Low Carbon Energy Supply for South East Europe. Book of Abstracts: 10th Conference on Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems. 2015. pp. 660-660
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Dominkovic, DF, Bačeković, I, Ćosić, B, Krajačić, G, Pukšec, T, Duić, N & Markovska, N 2015, Low Carbon Energy Supply for South East Europe. in Book of Abstracts: 10th Conference on Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems., SDEWES2014.1192, pp. 660-660, 10th Conference on Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems, Dubrovnik, Croatia, 27/09/2015.

Low Carbon Energy Supply for South East Europe. / Dominkovic, Dominik Franjo; Bačeković, I.; Ćosić, B.; Krajačić, G.; Pukšec, Tomislav; Duić, N.; Markovska, N.

Book of Abstracts: 10th Conference on Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems. 2015. p. 660-660 SDEWES2014.1192.

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