• The role of power to heat – Heat pumps, electrical heat

    • Electric boilers in district heating 0.4 GW • Examples of options towards 2030 • Heat pumps in DH 0.6 GW • Additional electric boilers in DH schemes 1.0 GW • Heat pumps in individual houses 0.15 GW (1.5 GW) Total power to heat potential 2.2-3.5 GW . 17 (EA 2015.Learn More

  • Economic incentives for flexible district heating in - DTU

    electricity system (combined heat and power and electric boiler) to no integration with an electricity system (wood chip boiler), operation and investment incentives for flexible district heating plants under current Danish, Finnish, Norwegian and Swedish framework conditions have been investigated.Learn More

  • FEASIBILITY STUDY AND BUSINESS - backend.orbit.dtu.dk

    District Heating Systems in Mongolia . 7 . Table 48 Estimated results of air/water heat pump with additional sourceelectric boiler- .. 66 Table 49 Advantages and disadvantages of closed loop GSHP with electric boiler.. 68 Table 50 Advantages and disadvantages of air source heat pump system with electric boilerLearn More

  • Documents from: CITIES workshop in Zagreb – CITIES

    Moreover, cogeneration units, large heat pumps and electric boilers in district energy systems have to bid for electricity on day-ahead markets. The result of this changing framework for district heating and district cooling operation is increased complexity of operating the systems but also an opportunity for economic, CO2 emissions and energy Learn More

  • Danish district heating – The heat of the moment – CIBSE

    Since 2010, Copenhagen has used seawater to create a district cooling system and the network is still expanding. There is also a drive to replace the fossil fuels used in peak and reserve load boilers in district heating with biofuel, electric boilers and biogas (see panel, 'Energy sources in …Learn More

  • Demand response in district heating systems: on

    Basic Electrified District Heating (Ele_DH) Capacity extension (Cap_Ext) - Currently operating plants DH north: - NO back pressure units in the DH north - Heat pump and electric boiler added: 116 MW h each DH south: - NO gas boilers - Heat pump and electric boiler added: 135 MW h each DH north, installed: - 2x gas CHP plants: 10.25 MW h eachLearn More

  • Barriers for flexibility in the district heating

    District heating is widely used in most Baltic/Nordic countries . Electric boilers and large heat pumps • Several barriers, e.g. existing taxation • Consequently: very limited use in the System Analysis Division DTU Management Engineering Technical University of Denmark [email protected],Learn More

  • Deliverables no.: D5.2c & D5.2d District heating

    Center for Electric Power and Energy, DTU Electrical Engineering Elektrovej Building 325 DK-2800 Kgs. Lyngby Today the largest proportion of heat distributed through the district heating system owned by HOFOR is produced on a natural gas heating plant, and 6 base load boilers are unable to supply enough heat, and the oil fueled peak loadLearn More

  • Economic incentives for flexible district heating in - DTU

    electricity system (combined heat and power and electric boiler) to no integration with an electricity system (wood chip boiler), operation and investment incentives for flexible district heating plants under current Danish, Finnish, Norwegian and Swedish framework conditions have been investigated.Learn More

  • Barriers for flexibility between district heating and

    Sep 11, 2017 · Barriers for flexibility between district heating and electricity Klaus Skytte Energy Economics and Regulation, DTU Management Engineering, Denmark Electric boilers and large heat pumps •Several barriers, e.g. existing taxation System Analysis Division DTU Management Engineering Technical University of DenmarkLearn More

  • Economic valuation of heat pumps and electric boilers in

    Economic valuation of heat pumps and electric boilers in the Danish energy system Maria Grønnegaard Nielsena, Juan Miguel Moralesa,⇑, Marco Zugnoa, Thomas Engberg Pedersenb, Henrik Madsena a DTU Compute, Richard Petersens Plads, Bldn. 324, 2800 Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark bCOWI, Parallelvej 2, 2800 Kgs.Lyngby, DenmarkLearn More

  • District Heating in the Copenhagen Region

    The system is now in a transition towards smart integration of wind energy via large heat pumps and electric boilers, and CHP plants with storages, which can respond on electricity prices . The 180 km hot water transmission system is owned by CTR, VEKS and Vestforbrænding and supplies heat to 21 distribution networks in 21 local authorities.Learn More

  • Deliverables no.: D5.2c & D5.2d District heating

    Center for Electric Power and Energy, DTU Electrical Engineering Elektrovej Building 325 DK-2800 Kgs. Lyngby Today the largest proportion of heat distributed through the district heating system owned by HOFOR is produced on a natural gas heating plant, and 6 base load boilers are unable to supply enough heat, and the oil fueled peak loadLearn More

  • Data intelligent operation of district heating and

    Moreover, cogeneration units, large heat pumps and electric boilers in district energy systems have to bid for electricity on day-ahead markets. The result of this changing framework for district heating and district cooling operation is increased complexity of operating the systems but also an opportunity for economic, CO2 emissions and energy Learn More

  • Policy incentives for flexible district heating in the

    wood chip boilers, electric boilers, and heat storage. Heat storage enables a higher utilization of least-cost technologies, resulting in greater cost efficiency for all considered scenarios. Current taxes and subsidies are found to have limited impact on the operation of combined heat and power plants and electric boilers. 1. IntroductionLearn More

  • Using Flexible District Heating with Heat Pumps for - DTU

    The project will develop solutions to ensure cost effective and secure operation of energy systems with high penetration of renewable energy by using improved flexibility from district heating systems with heat pumps together with existing electric boilers and heat storage.Learn More

  • ELECTRIC BOILERS IN DISTRICT HEATING SYSTEMS

    District heating technologies 2/2 Technologies used for cost calculation are standard plants taken from the Danish Energy Agency's technology catalogue Electric boiler Biomass CHP Biomass HO Natural gas CHP Natural gas HO Type medium Electric boiler, 10 kV Wood chip fired steam turbine Wood chip fired district heating boiler Gas turbine, combinedLearn More

  • Technical University of Denmark | Kongens Lyngby, Denmark

    Power-to-X facilities such as electrolysers and electric boilers can offer extra flexibility to the integrated energy system. Model predictive control for a heat booster substation in ultra Learn More

  • FEASIBILITY OF HEAT PUMPS SUPPLYING DISTRICT …

    District heating Pumpin cost District heating Fixed O&M District heating Investment Gas boiler Electric boiler Air-source HP Fixed O&M Air-source HP Investment (incl. VAT and residual value) Air-source HP heat production cost Denmark, DH temperatures: 60 ° / …Learn More

  • Electric Boilers in District Heating Systems: A

    T1 - Electric Boilers in District Heating Systems: A Comparative Study of the Scandinavian market conditions. AU - Soysal, Emilie Rosenlund. AU - Sneum, Daniel Møller. AU - Skytte, Klaus. AU - Olsen, Ole Jess. AU - Sandberg, Eli. PY - 2016. Y1 - 2016. M3 - Article in proceedings. BT - Swedish Association for Energy Economics Conference 2016Learn More