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KVA, Energy supply: Costs and impacts

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Kungl. Vetenskapsakademien inbjuder till ett seminarium den 3 maj 2012 mellan kl 9 och 16 i Frescati.
Programet och anmälan görs på länken längst ner. Bland föredragshållarna finns bland annat Mikael Höök på Globla Energisystem och han sitter i styrelsen för ASPO Sverige.

Life cycle and cost analyses for different energy sources are important tools for designing future energy systems. The results of the analyses depend critically on the many assumptions which are used for the input data but also on the methodology used. During the seminar analyses applicable to Europe with a certain focus on Northern Europe will be discussed. Different Swedish cost analyses will be discussed and the ambition is to find reasons for discrepancies between models and the predictive power of models.

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2 comments to KVA, Energy supply: Costs and impacts

  • Hej Bengt! Låter intressant-jag kommer! EROIE (energy return on energy invested)/nettoenergi är fundamentalt för att förstå Peak Oil och följdaktligen för att kunna hantera en post-peak värld.

  • Andreas Larsson

    Hoppas det spelas in, äldre KVA-seminarium brukar visas på SVT och sen ligga länge på svtplay.se.

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