This report is volume 8 in a series started in 2002, and will take its point of reference in the need for the development of a highly flexible and intelligent energy system infrastructure
which facilitates substantial higher amounts of renewable
energy than today’s energy systems. This intelligent and flexible infrastructure is a prerequisite in achieving the goals set up by IPCC in 2007 on CO2 reductions as well as ensuring
the future security of energy supply in all regions of the world.
The report presents a generic approach for future infrastructure
issues on local, regional and global scale with focus on the energy system.
The report is based on chapters and updates from Risø Energy
Report 1 – 7, as well as input from contributors to the DTU Climate Change Technology workshops and available international literature and reports.
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- Climate and energy systems
- Energy systems analysis