Synergies of sector coupling and transmission reinforcement in a cost-optimised, highly renewable European energy system

  title={Synergies of sector coupling and transmission reinforcement in a cost-optimised, highly renewable European energy system},
  author={Tom Brown and David P. Schlachtberger and Alexander Kies and Stefan Schramm and Martin Greiner},

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The role of spatial scale in joint optimisations of generation and transmission for European highly renewable scenarios

  • J. HörschT. Brown
  • Environmental Science
    2017 14th International Conference on the European Energy Market (EEM)
  • 2017
The effects of the spatial scale on the results of the optimisation of transmission and generation capacity in Europe are quantified under a 95% CO2 reduction compared to 1990 levels, interpolating