AAU logo

Department of Planning

Henrik Lund

Journal Articles Published 2010

Østergaard, P.A. Mathiesen, B.V. Möller, B. Lund, H. A renewable energy scenario for Aalborg Municipality based on low-temperature geothermal heat, wind power and biomass. Energy, Vol 35(12), pp 4892-4901, December 2010.

Lund, H. The implementation of renewable energy systems. Lessons learned from the Danish case. Energy, Vol 35(10), pp. 4003-4009, October 2010.  

Münster, M. Lund, H. Comparing Waste-to-Energy technologies by applying energy system analysis. Waste Management, Vol 30(7), pp. 1251-1263, July 2010.

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, Vol. 87(6), pp. 1846-1857, June 2010

Connolly, D. Lund, H. Mathiesen, B.V. Leahy, M. Modelling the existing Irish energy-system to identify future energy costs and the maximum wind penetration feasible. Energy , Vol 35(5), pp. 2164-2174, May 2010.  

Connolly, D. Lund, H. Mathiesen, B.V. Leahy, M. A review of computer tools for analysing the integration of renewable energy into various energy systems. Applied Energy, Vol 87(4), pp. 1059-1082, April 2010. 

Chen, M. Lund, H. Rosendahl, L.A. and Condra, T.J. Energy efficiency analysis and impact evaluation of the application of thermoelectric power cycle to today’s CHP systems. Applied Energy, Vol 87(4), pp. 1231-1238, April 2010.

Lund, H. Möller, B. Mathiesen BV and Dyrelund, A. The role of district heating in future renewable energy systems. Energy, Vol 35(3), pp. 1381-1390, March 2010.

Lund, H. Mathiesen BV. Christensen, P. Schmidt, JH. Energy system analysis of marginal electricity supply in consequential LCA. The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, Vol 15(3), pp. 260-271, March 2010.

Østergaard, P.A. Lund, H. Climate Change Mitigation from a Bottom-up Community Approach. In: Sustainable Communities Design Handbook. Woodrow, W. & Clark, I. (red.). pp. 247-265. ISBN: 978-1-85617-804-4. Butterworth-Heinemann (Elsevier). New York: 2010.