Energy

Widespread use of geothermal energy in East Africa

Research project The project aims at providing the scientific, technological and policy basis required for the widespread utilization of geothermal resources in East Africa. We will provide the basis to evaluate the potential of low- and medium-temperature geothermal ...
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HVDC GREEN: HVDC GRid for intErconnEcting Nusantara

Research project Indonesia electricity demand is to increase 76% in the next 10 years. As of today, the majority of electricity consumption is in Java, where the majority of people (56%) and industry locates. Currently, 69.5% of the energy in Java already comes from ...
Period: 2021-09-1 to 2024-08-31 Countries: Indonesia Lead institution: Aalborg University (AAU), Denmark Partner institutions: Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM), Indonesia PT PLN (Persero), Indonesia Project code: 20-M02AAU Total grant: 4,662,139 DKK
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Renewable Energy based Minigrid Clusters in Ethiopia-REMCE

Research project According to recent studies, around 55% of 110 million inhabitants of Ethiopia (especially in rural areas) have no access to electricity. In addition, the electrified regions of the country, which are mainly based on hydroelectric power plants, are s ...
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Maintenance and Repair Strategy for Wind Energy Development

Research project In order to eradicate poverty, India needs to sustain an economic growth of at least 9% over the next 25 years. To ensure it, the primary energy supply has to increase at a rate of 5.8% annually. Wind energy in India grew very intensively in last dec ... In order to eradicate poverty India needs to sustain an economic growth of at least 9% over the next 25 years. To ensure it, the primary energy supply has to increase at a rate of 5.8% annually. Wind energy in India grew very int ...
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Offshore Wind Farms Large-Scale Integration in Turkey

Research project Turkey is one of the fastest-growing energy markets in the world, with an annual 8% increase in energy demand. By the end of 2018, the total installed capacity and electricity production of Turkey was 88.5 GW and 300.7 TWh, respectively. Nowadays, mo ...
Period: 2020-03-1 to 2023-02-28 Countries: Turkey Lead institution: Aalborg University (AAU), Denmark Partner institutions: Cukurova University (CU), Turkey Ankara Yildirim Beyazit Universitesi (AYBU), Turkey Middle East Technical University (METU), Turkey Project code: 19-M03-AAU Total grant: 4,999,473 DKK
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Multi-scale and model-chain evaluation of wind atlases

Research project To establish a secure basis for clean and effective supply of energy from the available wind resources of a country/region, MEWA aims at investigating methodologies for the coupling of micro- and meso-scale models, which are used to estimate wind res ... Midterm report MEWA has established two inventory reports, which are publicly available (the two first deliverables of MEWA}. The first is an inventory of datasets of atmospheric flow simulations and observations that have been performed over the ...
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Green and Flexible District Heating/Cooling in Turkey

Research project This project will lay the foundation for a future bottom-up energy system based on renewables, communities (from building-level up to cities and beyond), and flexibility providing better user motivation/engagement, stability, and transition to sustai ... First year report: The key results and outputs are as follows: High-resolution building-level energy demand determination. Identifying strategies for flexible and green thermal energy at the building-level. District energy demand ...
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Innovation and Renewable Electrification in Kenya (IREK)

Research project As the global climate change regime moves ahead towards 2020, there will be increasing investments related to climate change mitigation and adaptation in poor countries. Ensuring that the most adequate technologies are selected and that they are diff ... Midterm report: Progress has been made regarding publishing of working papers, articles and the joint book project for which a contract has been signed with Routledge (See Annex 2c). All three PhD students are nearing completion. Emerging resear ...
Period: 2014-12-31 to 2021-03-31 Countries: Kenya Lead institution: Aalborg University (AAU), Denmark Aalborg University (AAU), Department of Business and Management, Denmark Partner institutions: Moi University (MU), Kenya African Centre for Technology Studies (ACTS), Kenya Project code: 14-09AAU Total grant: 9,966,333 DKK
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