Flex4RES publication overview – 2016 to early 2019

Since 2015 Flex4RES has published 29 peer-reviewed articles and 4 book chapters on subjects related to the transition to flexible, decarbonised energy systems based increasingly on variable renewables. This overview summarises the peer-reviewed publications until now (even more to come!).

Title Authors Year Journal Link
Increased demand-side flexibility: market effects and impacts on variable renewable energy integration. Tveten, Å.G., Bolkesjø, T.F. & Ilieva, I. 2016 International Journal of Sustainable Energy Planning and Management Vol. 11 2016 33-50 link
Impacts of electricity grid tariffs on flexible use of electricity to heat generation. Kirkerud, J.G., Trømborg, E & Bolkesjø, T.F. 2016 Energy 115: 1679-1687 link
Flexible Electricity Markets For A Decarbonised Energy System Skytte K., Bergaentzlé C., Khubute Sekamane J., Katz J 2017 Design the Electricity Market(s) of the Future: Proceedings from the Eurelectric-Florence School of Regulation Conference, 7 June 2017 link
Requirements for Strategic Reserves in a Liberalized Market with Wind Power L. Söder 2017 Electricity Markets, Renewable Generation and Software Agents: Traditional and Emerging Market Designs, Lopes, F. and Coelho, H. (Eds.), Studies in Systems, Decision and Control, Springer, 2017. p. 165-185, link
Market Prices in a Power Market with more than 50% Wind Power Skytte K., Grohnheit, P. E. 2017 Electricity Markets, Renewable Generation and Software Agents: Traditional and Emerging Market Designs, Lopes, F. and Coelho, H. (Eds.), Studies in Systems, Decision and Control, Springer, 2017 link
Barriers for district heating as a source of flexibility for the electricity system Skytte K., Olsen O. J., Soysal E. R., Sneum D.M, 2017

 

Journal of Energy Markets, 2017 Vol 10 Issue 2 pp 1-19 link
A Statistical Model for Hourly Large-Scale Wind and Photovoltaic Generation in New Locations J. Ekström, M. Koivisto, I. Mellin, J. Millar, M. Lehtonen 2017 IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy link
Analysis of Industrial Electricity Consumption Flexibility. Assessment of Saving Potentials in Latvia and Kazakhstan Khabdullin A., Khabdullina Z. , Khabdullin A. , Khabdullina G. , Lauka D. , Blumberga D. 2017 Energy Procedia. Vol 113, May 2017, Pages 450-453.

 

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Use of electric vehicles or hydrogen in the Danish transport sector in 2050? : Use of electric vehicles or hydrogen. Skytte, Klaus; Pizarro Alonso, Amalia Rosa; Karlsson, Kenneth Bernard 2017 Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews : Energy and Environment, Vol. 6, No. 1, e233, 2017. link
Decarbonizing Sweden’s energy and transportation system by 2050

 

Bramstoft R., Skytte K. 2017 International Journal of Sustainable Energy Planning and Management Vol 14, pp 3-20 link
Power-to-heat as a flexibility measure for

integration of renewable energy.

Kirkerud, J.G., Bolkesjø, T. F. & Trømborg, E.

 

2017 Volume 128, 1 June 2017, Pages 776-784 link
Flexible use of electricity in heat-only district heating plants.

 

Trømborg, E., Havskjold, M., Bolkesjø, T.F., Kirkerud, J.G. & Tveten, Å.G. 2017 International Journal of Sustainable Energy Planning and Management Vol 12, pp 29-46 link
Demand response analysis methodology in district heating system.

 

Khabdullin, A., Khabdullina, Z., Khabdullina, G., Lauka, D., Blumberga, D., 2017 Energy Procedia, Vol 128

 

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A Statistical Model for Hourly Large-

Scale Wind and Photovoltaic Generation in New Locations

 

J. Ekström, M. Koivisto, I. Mellin, J. Millar, M. Lehtonen, 2017 IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy, vol. 8, no. 4, pp. 1383-1393 link
Generation Adequacy Analysis of Multi-Area Power Systems With a High Share of Wind Power Egill Tomasson; Lennart Söder 2017 IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, Year: 2017, Volume: PP, Issue: 99 link
Decarbonising the Finnish Transport Sector by 2050: Electricity or Biofuels? Skytte, K & Bramstoft Pedersen, R 2018 The Nexus: Energy, Environment and Climate Change. Springer, pp. 3-22. Green Energy and Technology link
A review of demand side flexibility potential in Northern Europe L. Söder, P. D Lund, H. Koduvere, T. F. Bolkesjø, G. H. Rossebø, E. Rosenlund-Soysal, J. Katz, D. Blumberga, 2018 Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews link
Policy incentives for flexible district heating in the Baltic countries Sneum, D.M., Sandberg, E., Koduvere, H., Olsen, O.J., Blumberga, D. 2018 Utilities Policy, 2018 Volume 51 pp. 61-72 link
Economic incentives for flexible district heating in the Nordic countries Sneum, D.M., Sandberg, E 2018 International Journal for Sustainable Energy Planning and Management Volume 16, pp 27-44 link
Balmorel open source energy system model

 

Wiesea, F., Bramstoft, R., Koduvereb, H., Pizarro A irkerud, J.G., Tveten,

Å.G., Bolkesjø, T.F., Münster, M. and Ravn, H.,

2018 Energy Strategy Reviews, 2018 Volume 20, pages 26-34 link
A review of demand side flexibility potential in Northern Europe

 

Söder, L., Lund, P.D., Koduvere, H., Bolkesjø, T.F., Rossebø, G.H., Rosenlund-Soysal, E., Skytte, K., Katz, J., Blumberga, D., 2018 Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews

Volume 91, August 2018, Pages 654-664

 

 

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On the simulation of aggregated solar PV forecast errors E. Nuño, M. Koivisto, N. Cutululis, P. Sørensen 2018 IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy, vol. 9, no. 4, pp. 1889-1898, October 2018 link
A Statistical Modelling Methodology for Long-Term Wind Generation and Power Ramp Simulations in New Generation Locations J. Ekström, M. Koivisto, I. Mellin, R. J. Millar, M. Lehtonen, 2018 Energies, vol 11, no. 9, pp 2442, 2018 link
Using time series simulation tool for assessing the effects of variable renewable energy generation on power and energy systems M. Koivisto, K. Das, F. Guo, P. Sørensen, E. Nuño, N. Cutululis, P. Maule 2018 WIREs Energy and Environment, e329, 2018 link
Increasing the value of wind – From passive to active actors in multiple power markets’. Skytte, K. & Bobo, L. 2018 Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Energy and Environment. 2018; e328 link
Framework conditions for Nordic district heating – Similarities and differences, and why Norway sticks out. Sandberg, E., Sneum, D.M., Trømborg, E 2018 Energy 149, 105–119. link
Potential role of renewable gas in the transition of electricity and district heating systems. Jensen, IG, Wiese, F, Bramstoft, R & Münster, M, 2018 Submitted to a special issue in Energy Strategy Review related to the EMP-E workshop, September 2018
Modelling energy production flexibility: system dynamics approach. Armands Gravelsins, Gatis Bazbauers, Andra Blumberga, Dagnija Blumberg, Simon Bolwig, Antje Klitkou, Peter D. Lund

 

2018 Energy Procedia 147 (2018) 503-509. link
Energy system impacts of grid tariff structures for flexible power-to-district heat Sandberg, Eli; Kirkerud, Jon Gustav; Trømborg, Erik; Bolkesjø, Torjus Folsland 2018 Energy 2018 ; Volume 168. pp. 772-781 link

 

Value of demand flexibility on spot and reserve electricity markets in future power system with increased shares of variable renewable energy. Roos, A. and Bolkesjø, TF., 2018 Energy 2018 ;Volume 144. pp. 207-217. link
Electricity grid tariffs as a tool for flexible energy systems: A Danish case study Bergaentzlé, C, Jensen, IG, Skytte, K & Olsen, OJ. 2019 Energy Policy, vol 126, pp. 12-21 link
Review of modelling energy transitions pathways with application to energy system flexibility Bolwig, S., Bazbauers, G., Klitkou, A., Lund, P.D., Blumberga, A., Gravelsins, A., Blumberga, D. 2019 Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews 101 (2019) 440452 link
Coupling Variable Renewable Electricity Production to the Heating Sector through Curtailment and Power-to-heat Strategies for Accelerated Emission Reduction

 

Arabzadeh, V., Pilpola, S. and Lund, P.D. 2019 Future Cities and Environment, 5(1), p.1. link
Author: Flex4RES
Publish date: 2019-05-01
Language: English

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