Agent-GIS-5GDHC

Techno-economic performance and feasibility study of the 5GDHC technology using agent based modelling and GIS (Agent-GIS-5GDHC) will strengthen Baltic-Nordic knowledge in the areas of energy-efficient buildings and energy systems.

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Techno-economic performance and feasibility study of the 5GDHC technology using agent based modelling and GIS

Acronym: Agent-GIS-5GDHC
Duration: 01.12.2020–30.11.2022
Funding: 1 750 000 NOK
Project owner: Tallinn University of Technology
Project manager: Anna Volkova
Project partners: Dalarna University, Riga Technical University, Lithuanian Energy Institute
Observers: Estonian Power and Heat Association, Latvian District Heating Association, HeatConsult, Alūksnes enerģija

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Kevin Johnsen
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Project results

Techno-economic analysis of a 5th generation district heating system using thermo-hydraulic model: A multi-objective analysis for a case study in heating dominated climate

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Final report: Techno-Economic Performance and Feasibility Study of the 5GDHC Technology Using Agent Based Modelling and GIS

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About Agent-GIS-5GDHC

The 5th Generation District Heating and Cooling (5GDHC) network has great advantages in integration of low temperature resource, bi-directional operation, decentralized energy flows, and possible energy sharing. However, there are research gaps, related to this technology: the lack of a simulation platform for rapid prototyping in different regions, the unknown technical and economic performance in various conditions, and the lack…
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