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district heating (DH) markets, large shares of flexibility can be generated. However, regulatory barriers and different energy taxes may hinder the potential benefits from systems integration and lower the realisable potentials. By a case study for Denmark we survey and discuss regulatory barriers and drivers for flexibility obtained from DH. We reveal that the choice of technologies for heat generation is mainly driven by outdated policies and tax conditions that create
barriers for additional flexibility in the overall energy system. However, the balancing markets may be a main driver for introducing more electric boilers into DH and thereby increase its contribution to flexibility.
|Title of host publication||13th European Energy Market Conference, EEM 2016|
|Number of pages||5|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|
|Event||13th International Conference on the European Energy Market - Porto, Portugal|
Duration: 6 Jun 2016 → 9 Jun 2016
|Conference||13th International Conference on the European Energy Market|
|Period||06/06/2016 → 09/06/2016|
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Skytte, K., Kitzing, L., Karlsson, K. B., Pizarro Alonso, A. R., Balyk, O., Bolwig, S., Pade, L., Soysal, E. R., Katz, J., Olsen, O. J., Bergaentzlé, C., Sneum, D. M., Vasileiou, T., Ravn, H. V., Boscán Flores, L. R., Koivisto, M. J., Sørensen, P. E. & Jensen, I. G.
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