Objective: To find a set of efficient and sustainable dynamic instruments integrating strategies for RES-E, CHP generation, DSM activities and GHG-reduction by simulating various scenarios using the toolbox Green-X.
To extract dynamic policy recommendations from the consumers point-of-view for a European-wide
enhanced introduction of RES for electricity generation,
more efficient use of electricity included linkage to conventional electricity and CHP,
GHG reduction measures.
Duration: April 2004 – September 2004
Participants: IT-Power, KEMA, RISOE, CSIC, ISI, WIENSTROM, EGL, EREC
Deliverable: D13 – Final report (Action Plan)
In more detail, the following subtasks occur:
Objective: Quantitative analysis of various interactions with the help of the toolbox Green-X. Investigated scenarios are:
business as usual;
strategies to fulfil the indicative targets 2010 for RES-E given by the EU Directive on the promotion of RES-E: This could include an adaptation (extrapolation) of BAU strategies (no harmonisation of support policies in the EU-15), full harmonised strategies for new capacity for EU-15 and full harmonised strategies for all capacities (existing as well as new built plants) for EU-15;
strategies to meet the Kyoto targets in the area of electricity generation and consumption.
Objective: To extract dynamic policy recommendations for a European-wide enhanced introduction of RES for electricity generation, more efficient use of electricity included linkage to conventional electricity and GHG-reduction measures on the bases of task 6.1 (simulations using the toolbox Green-X). Further, an integration and update of the results developed in the previous work packages, especially
insights gained from the formal assessment model,
the evaluation of current promotion schemes and
The Action Plan will help:
policy makers to find a set of efficient and sustainable policies to integrate RES-E with other EU-related objectives, such as energy efficiency and climate change abatement over time;
various stakeholders to derive an economically efficient portfolio strategy in a liberalised electricity market under the constraints of RES-E development and GHG reduction.
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