Type: Technical Report
Regulatory strategies for selected member states (Denmark, Germany, Netherlands, Spain, the UK)
NIEUWENHOUT, Frans; JANSEN, Jaap; VAN DER WELLE, Adriaan; OLMOS, Luis; COSSENT, Rafael; GÓMEZ, Tomás; POOT, Jos; BONGAERTS, Martijn; TREBOLLE, David; DOERSAM, Barbara; BOFINGER, Stefan; GERHARDT, Norman; JACOBSEN, Henrik; ROPENUS, Stephanie; SCHRÖDER,Sascha; AUER, Hans; WEISSENSTEINER, Lukas; PRÜGGLER, Wolfgang; OBERSTEINER, Carlo; ZACH, Karl
Technical Report, IMPROGRES, Final report, 2010
NIEUWENHOUT, Frans, JANSEN, Jaap, VAN DER WELLE, Adriaan, OLMOS, Luis, COSSENT, Rafael, GÓMEZ, Tomás, POOT, Jos, BONGAERTS, Martijn, TREBOLLE, David, DOERSAM, Barbara, BOFINGER, Stefan, GERHARDT, Norman, JACOBSEN, Henrik, ROPENUS, Stephanie, SCHRÖDER,Sascha, AUER, Hans, WEISSENSTEINER, Lukas, PRÜGGLER, Wolfgang, OBERSTEINER, Carlo, ZACH, Karl, Regulatory strategies for selected member states (Denmark, Germany, Netherlands, Spain, the UK), IMPROGRES, Final report, 2010 - https://hdl.handle.net/1814/40740
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This Work Package 6 report of the IMPROGRES project provides an overview of regulatory strategies and incentives, conducive to (i) network integration of increasing levels of distributed generation including notably intermittent renewable technology such as wind power and solar photovoltaics (PV) as well as (ii) options for reducing impacts on surging network integration costs. Similar to the IMPROGRES project in general, this report focuses on European distribution networks. It includes specific country studies of Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain and the UK. This summary presents the main findings of this report.
Research Project supported by the European Commission, Directorate-General for Energy and Transport, under the Energy Intelligent Europe (EIE) programme
Cadmus permanent link: https://hdl.handle.net/1814/40740
Series/Number: IMPROGRES; Final report; 2010
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