You can find here a list with all the relevant peer-reviewed articles, co-authored by members of the scientific staff of RE-INVEST.
The role of 4th generation district heating (4GDH) in a highly electrified hydropower dominated energy system – The case of Norway
Askeland, K., Johnsen Rygg, B., & Sperling, K. March 2020, International Journal of Sustainable Energy Planning and Management.
Mapping of biogas methanation potential in Denmark – Based on existing biogas sources
Nielsen, S., Moreno, D., & Skov, I. R. 2020, Department of Planning, Aalborg University.
The role of biogas and biogas-derived fuels in a 100% renewable energy system in Denmark
Korberg, A. D., Skov, I. R., & Mathiesen, B. V. May 2020, Energy.
Smart Energy Aalborg: Matching End-Use Heat Saving Measures and Heat Supply Costs to Achieve Least Cost Heat Supply
Nielsen, S., Thellufsen, J. Z., Sorknæs, P., Djørup, S. R., Sperling, K., Østergaard, P. A., & Lund, H. 2020, International Journal of Sustainable Energy Planning and Management.
Smart Energy Markets – Future electricity, gas and heating markets
Sorknæs, P., Lund, H., Skov, I. R., Djørup, S., Skytte, K., Morthorst, P. E., & Fausto, F. March 2020, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews.
Smart energy cities in a 100% renewable energy context
Thellufsen, J. Z., Lund, H., Sorknæs, P., Østergaard, P. A., Chang, M., Drysdale, D., Nielsen, S., Djørup, S. R., & Sperling, K. September 2020, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews.
Impact of climate change on the cost-optimal mix of decentralised heat pump and gas boiler technologies in Europe
Kozarcanin S., Hanna R., Staffell I., Gross R., Andresen G.B. May 2020, Energy Policy.
Impact of climatic, technical and economic uncertainties on the optimal design of a coupled fossil-free electricity, heating and cooling system in Europe
Zhu K., Victoria M., Brown T., Andresen G. B., Greiner M. March 2020, Applied Energy.
The role of photovoltaics in a sustainable European energy system under variable CO2 emissions targets, transmission capacities, and costs assumptions
Victoria M., Zhu K., Brown T., Andresen G. B., Greiner M. November 2019. Progress in Photovoltaics: Research and Applications
The role of storage technologies throughout the decarbonisation of the sector-coupled European energy system
Victoria M., Zhu K., Brown T., Andresen G. B., Greiner M. October 2019. Energy Conversion and Management
Estimating country-specific space heating threshold temperatures from national gas and electricity consumption data
Kozarcanin, S., Andresen, G.B., Staffell, I. September 2019. Energy and Buildings, 199, 368-380
A high-resolution hydro power time-series model for energys systmes analysis: validated with Chinese hydro reservoirs
Liu H., Brown T., Andresen G. B., Greiner M. June 2019. MethodsX
Status and perspectives on 100% renewable energy systems
Hansen, K., Breyer, C., Lund, H. May 2019. Energy, 175, 471-480
Using validated reanalysis data to investigate the impact of the PV system configurations at high penetration levels in European countries
Victoria, M., Andresen, G. B. April, 2019. Progress in Photovoltaics: Research and Applications.
The role of hydro power, storage and transmission in the decarbonization of the Chinese power system
Liu, H., Brown, T., Andresen, G. B., Schlachtberger, D. P., & Greiner, M. April, 2019. Applied Energy, 239, 1308-1321.
Hansen, K., Mathiesen, B.V., Skov, I.R. March 2019. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 102, 1-13
Sectoral Interactions as Carbon Dioxide Emissions Approach Zero in a Highly-Renewable European Energy System
Brown, T., Schäfer, M., & Greiner, M. March, 2019. Energies, 12(6), 1032.
Impact of CO2 prices on the design of a highly decarbonized coupled electricity and heating system in Europe
Zhu, K., Victoria, M., Brown, T., Andresen, G. B., & Greiner, M. February, 2019. Applied Energy, 236, 622-634.
Hourly-resolution analysis of electricity decarbonization in Spain (2017–2030)
Victoria, M., & Gallego-Castillo, C. January, 2019. Applied Energy, 233, 674-690.
Quantifying the influence of wind power and photovoltaic on future electricity market prices
Sorknæs, P., Djørup, S. R., Lund, H. & Thellufsen, J. Z., January 2019, Energy Conversion and Management. 180, p. 312-324 13 p.
The impact of climate change on a cost-optimal highly renewable European
Schlott, M., Kies, A., Brown, T., Schramm, S., & Greiner, M. November, 2018. Applied energy, 230, 1645-1659.
Cost optimal scenarios of a future highly renewable European electricity system: Exploring the influence of weather data, cost parameters and policy constraints
Schlachtberger, D. P., Brown, T., Schäfer, M., Schramm, S., & Greiner, M. November, 2018. Energy, 163, 100-114.
The direct interconnection of the UK and Nordic power market – Impact on social welfare and renewable energy integration
Zakeri, B., Price, J., Zeyringer, M., Keppo, I., Mathiesen, B. V., & Syri, S. November, 2018. Energy, 162, 1193-1204.
Principal flow patterns across renewable electricity networks
Hofmann, F., Schäfer, M., Brown, T., Hörsch, J., Schramm, S., & Greiner, M. October, 2018. EPL (Europhysics Letters), 124(1), 18005.
Synergies of sector coupling and transmission reinforcement in a cost-optimised, highly renewable European energy system
Brown, T., Schlachtberger, D., Kies, A., Schramm, S., & Greiner, M. October, 2018. Energy, 160, 720-739.
Response to ‘Burden of proof: A comprehensive review of the feasibility of 100% renewable-electricity systems’
Brown, T. W., Bischof-Niemz, T., Blok, K., Breyer, C., Lund, H., & Mathiesen, B. V. September, 2018. Renewable and sustainable energy reviews, 92, 834-847.
Renewable heating synergies and their consequences for storage and grid infrastructures comparing a smart grid to a smart energy systems approach
Lund, H. May, 2018. Energy, 151, 94-102.
Beyond sensitivity analysis: A methodology to handle fuel and electricity prices when designing energy scenarios
Lund, H., Sorknæs, P., Mathiesen, B. V., & Hansen, K. May 2018. Energy Research and Social Science, 39, 108-116.
Flow-based nodal cost allocation in a heterogeneous highly renewable European electricity network
Tranberg, B., Schwenk-Nebbe, L. J., Schäfer, M., Hörsch, J., & Greiner, M. May, 2018. Energy, 150, 122-133.
Cost-optimal design of a simplified highly renewable Chinese electricity network
Liu, H., Andresen, G. B., & Greiner, M. March, 2018. Energy, 147, 534-546.
Principal Mismatch Patterns Across a Simplified Highly Renewable European Electricity Network
Raunbak, M., Zeyer, T., Zhu, K., & Greiner, M. November, 2017. Energies, 10(12), 1934.
Cross-border versus cross-sector interconnectivity in renewable energy systems
Thellufsen, J. Z., & Lund, H. April, 2017. Energy, 124, 492-501.