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Department of Planning

Henrik Lund

Journal Articles Published in 2018

H. Lund, N. Duic, P.A Østergaard, B.V Mathiesen: Future district heating systems and technologies: On the role of smart energy systems and 4th generation district heatingEnergy, Vol 165, Part A, December 2018, pp 614-619.

H. Lund, P.A Østergaard, M. Changa, S. Werner, S. Svendsen, P. Sorknæs, J. E. Thorsen, F. Hvelplund, B.G Mortensen, B.V Mathiesen, C. Bojesen, N. Duic, X. Zhang, B. Möller: The status of 4th generation district heating: Research and resultsEnergy, Vol 164, December 2018, pp 147-159.

P. Cabrera, H. Lund, J.A Carta: Smart renewable energy penetration strategies on islands: The case of Gran Canaria. Energy, Vol 162, , pp 421-443, November 2018. 

L. Krog, K. Sperling, H. Lund: Barriers and Recommendations to Innovative Ownership Models for Wind PowerEnergies, Vol 11(10), October 2018.

S. Paardekooper, R. Lund and H. Lund: Smart Energy Systems, Chapter in Energy Storage Options and Their Environmental Impact, editors: R E Hester, R M Harrison. Royal Society of Chemistry 2018, pp 228-260, October 2018.

H. Lund, N. Duic, P.A Østergaard, B.V Mathiesen: Smart Energy and District Heating: Special Issue dedicated to the 2016 Conference on Smart Energy Systems and 4thGeneration District heating, Vol 160, pp 1220-1223, October 2018. 

T.W. Brown, T. Bischof-Niemz, K. Blok, C. Breyer, H. Lund, B.V. Mathiesen: Response to ‘Burden of proof: A comprehensive review of the feasibility of 100% renewable-electricity systems’. Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews, Vol 92, pp 834-847, September 2018.

D. Conolly, H. Lund: Smart Energy Systems. The SAGE Encyclopedia of the Internet, pp 791-793, June 2018.

N. Markovska, N. Duić, B.V. Mathiesen, Z. Guzović, H. Schlör, I.B. Bjelić, H. Lund: Shedding light on energy transition: Special issue dedicated to 2016 conferences on sustainable development of energy, water and environment systemsEnergy, Vol 144, pp 322-325, February 2018.

H. Lund, P.A Østergaard: Chapter 7 – Sustainable Towns: The Case of Frederikshavn Aiming at 100% Renewable EnergySustainable Cities and Communities Design Handbook (Second Edition), pp 129-146, January 2018.