Published Journal Articles

In this section, several scientific articles are mentioned, which may help understand the background of Heat Roadmap Europe. Further, there is a selection of the peer-reviewed articles published in the context of the Heat Roadmap Europe projects. If you have any suggestions for additions, please feel free to contact us.

Heat Roadmap Europe 4

  • Connolly D. Heat Roadmap Europe: Quantitative comparison between the electricity, heating, and cooling sectors for different European countries. Energy, November 2017. [Link]
  • David A, Mathiesen BV, Averfalk H, Werner S, Lund H. Heat Roadmap Europe: Large-Scale Electric Heat Pumps in District Heating Systems. Energies, April 2017. [Link]
  • Lund R, Østergaard DS, Yang X, Mathiesen BV. Comparison of Low-temperature District Heating Concepts in a Long-Term Energy System Perspective. Sustainable Energy Planning and Managing, March 2017 [Link]
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Heat Roadmap Europe 3/Stratego

  • Werner S. European space cooling demands. Energy, September 2016. [Link]
  • Hansen K, Connolly D, Lund H, Drysdale D, Thellufsen JZ. Heat Roadmap Europe: Identifying the balance between saving heat and supplying heat. Energy, November 2016. [Link]

Heat Roadmap Europe 2

  • Persson U, Möller B, Werner S. Heat Roadmap Europe: Identifying strategic heat synergy regions. Energy Policy 2014 ;74:663-681. [Link]
  • Connolly D, Lund H, Mathiesen BV, Werner S, Möller B, Persson U, Boermans T, Trier D, Østergaard PA, Nielsen S. Heat Roadmap Europe: Combining district heating with heat savings to decarbonise the EU energy system. Energy Policy 2014;65:475–489.  [Link]

 

Methodology Publications (HRE3)

The following documents explain in more detail the methodologies developed in the Heat Roadmap Europe projects, and include background reports on data and modelling.

Background Reports:

Individual Background Reports:

 

All Background Reports:

 

Related Journal Articles

Job Creation: Heat Plan Denmark 2 as a Case
  • Lund H, Hvelplund F. The economic crisis and sustainable development: The design of job creation strategies by use of concrete institutional economics. Energy 2012;43(1):192-200. [Link]
Comparison between Heating Technologies (Heat Plan Denmark 1 as a Case)
  • Lund H, Möller B, Mathiesen BV, Dyrelund A. The role of district heating in future renewable energy systems. Energy 2010;35(3):1381-1390. [Link]
Converting Natural Gas to District Heating (Heat Plan Denmark 1 as a Case)
  • Möller B, Lund H. Conversion of individual natural gas to district heating: Geographical studies of supply costs and consequences for the Danish energy system. Applied Energy 2010;87(6):1846-1857. [Link]
  • Mathiesen, BV; Lund, H; Connolly, D; Wenzel, H; Østergaard, PA; Möller, B; Nielsen, S; Ridjan, I; Karnøe, P; Sperling, K; Hvelplund, F. Smart Energy Systems for coherent 100% renewable energy and transport solutions. Applied Energy 2015;145:139–154. [Link]
  • Xiong, W; Wang, Y; Mathiesen, BV; Lund, H; Zhang, X. Heat roadmap China : New heat strategy to reduce energy consumption towards 2030. Energy, 2015. [Link]
  • Lund, RS; Mathiesen, BV. Large combined heat and power plants in sustainable energy systems. Applied Energy 2015;142,389–395. [Link]
  • Lund H, Thellufsen JZ, Aggerholm S, Wittchen KB, Nielsen S, Mathiesen BV, Möller B. Heat Saving Strategies in Sustainable Smart Energy Systems. International Journal of Sustainable Energy Planning and Management 2014;4. [Link]
  • Meyer NI, Mathiesen BV, Hvelplund F. Barriers and Potential Solutions for Energy Renovation of Buildings in Denmark. International Journal of Sustainable Energy Planning and Management 2014;1. [Link]
  • Lund H, Werner S, Wiltshire R, Svendsen S, Thorsen JE, Hvelplund F, Mathiesen BV. 4th Generation District Heating (4GDH): Integrating smart thermal grids into future sustainable energy systems. Energy 2014;68:1-11. [Link]
  • Connolly D, Mathiesen BV. A technical and economic analysis of one potential pathway to a 100% renewable energy system. International Journal of Sustainable Energy Planning and Management 2014;1:7-28. [Link]
  • Mathiesen BV, Lund H, Connolly D. Limiting biomass consumption for heating in 100% renewable energy systems. Energy 2012;48(1):160-168. [Link]
  • Lund H, Hvelplund F. The economic crisis and sustainable development: The design of job creation strategies by use of concrete institutional economics. Energy 2012;43(1):192-200. [Link]
  • Lund H, Möller B, Mathiesen BV, Dyrelund A. The role of district heating in future renewable energy systems. Energy 2010;35(3):1381-1390. [Link]
  • Möller B, Lund H. Conversion of individual natural gas to district heating: Geographical studies of supply costs and consequences for the Danish energy system. Applied Energy 2010;87(6):1846-1857. [Link]