Techno-economic analysis of the sustainable transition scenario, TYNDP 2018

Robert Gaugl, Udo Bachhiesl, Christopher Pansi

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Every two years, the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E) publishes a Ten Year Network Development Plan (TYNDP), which provides an overview of the necessary expansion in the transmission network of the European Union (EU). The latest report includes three scenarios of possible future energy developments for Europe: Sustainable Transition, Distributed Generation and Global Climate Action. All three scenarios take the EU decarbonisation targets for 2030 into account. This report focuses on the analysis of the Sustainable Transition scenario. For this purpose, the development regarding to lines, power plant park, fuel and CO2 prices and consumption is implemented in the simulation model ATLANTIS until the year 2030. Thereafter, a simulation is performed and the results regarding produced energy per power plant type, share of renewable energy and CO2 emissions are discussed.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages11
Publication statusPublished - 15 May 2019
Event28th International Expert Meeting Komunalna Energetika Power Engineering 2019 - Maribor, Slovenia
Duration: 15 May 2019 → …

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Conference28th International Expert Meeting Komunalna Energetika Power Engineering 2019
CountrySlovenia
CityMaribor
Period15/05/19 → …

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Economic analysis
Power plants
Decarbonization
Electric power transmission networks
Distributed power generation
Electricity
European Union

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Gaugl, R., Bachhiesl, U., & Pansi, C. (2019). Techno-economic analysis of the sustainable transition scenario, TYNDP 2018. Paper presented at 28th International Expert Meeting Komunalna Energetika Power Engineering 2019, Maribor, Slovenia.

Techno-economic analysis of the sustainable transition scenario, TYNDP 2018. / Gaugl, Robert; Bachhiesl, Udo; Pansi, Christopher.

2019. Paper presented at 28th International Expert Meeting Komunalna Energetika Power Engineering 2019, Maribor, Slovenia.

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Gaugl, R, Bachhiesl, U & Pansi, C 2019, 'Techno-economic analysis of the sustainable transition scenario, TYNDP 2018' Paper presented at 28th International Expert Meeting Komunalna Energetika Power Engineering 2019, Maribor, Slovenia, 15/05/19, .
Gaugl R, Bachhiesl U, Pansi C. Techno-economic analysis of the sustainable transition scenario, TYNDP 2018. 2019. Paper presented at 28th International Expert Meeting Komunalna Energetika Power Engineering 2019, Maribor, Slovenia.
Gaugl, Robert ; Bachhiesl, Udo ; Pansi, Christopher. / Techno-economic analysis of the sustainable transition scenario, TYNDP 2018. Paper presented at 28th International Expert Meeting Komunalna Energetika Power Engineering 2019, Maribor, Slovenia.11 p.
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