The Vietnamese economy is growing, and so is the demand for energy. As the country moves forward new investments in clean energy and infrastructure is highly needed.
Energy Modelling Lab supports the Vietnamese government in developing and implementing a long-term energy strategy.
Energy Modelling Lab has further developed the transport sector in the energy systems model for Vietnam. The model connects all relevant sectors from energy and heating to transport, industry, and health.
The model is used for long term energy system and climate policy planning. The scenarios show different paths to reach the Vietnamese government’s climate targets.
The scenario results serve as a foundation in the development of the Vietnam Energy Outlook report, showing the path ahead for the Vietnamese energy system.
Implementation date: September 2020 – December 2021
EML Team: Ida Græsted Jensen and Till ben Brahim
Client: This project is part of the Framework contracts with Global Cooperation at the Danish Energy Agency
Collaborators: Ea Energy Analyses, Institute of Energy, E4SMA, Aarhus University
The project Nordic Clean Energy Scenarios aims at identifying technological solutions to a fully carbon neutral Nordic region. It further aims at developing energy scenarios for the Nordic energy sector enabling the Nordic commitment to reach carbon neutrality.
Collaborating on finding the right solutions
NCES2020 brings together nine teams from four Nordic countries, with complementing modelling and analytical skills. Combined with use of open access energy system models and data, this strengthens Nordic cooperation and expertise in energy modelling.
The path to neutrality
If you are curious to know more about the results, you can find the five solution tracks
here. You can also listen to the podcast, read the full report, or dive straight into the results data.
Energy Modelling Lab has developed an open source energy model for the Nordic region (ON-TIMES). The model covers Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Iceland.
The model is used to identify paths to a fully carbon neutral Nordic region. Find the scenario results here.
Duration: March 2020 – April 2021.
Project: Nordic Clean Energy Scenarios
Energy Modelling Lab Contact: Kenneth Karlsson
Model: Open Nordic TIMES model ( ON-TIMES)
The main objective of the project is to support Ukraine in planning for their future green energy system.
The project is part of a partnership program between Ukraine and Denmark, to achieve the goals of the Energy Strategy of Ukraine for 2050.
Improving and updating the Energy System Model for Ukraine (TIMES-Ukraine), to contain the newest trends and technologies.
The model is used for long term energy system and climate policy planning.
Supporting the development of the Action Plan, showing the road towards national green house gas reductions in Ukraine.
Duration: September 2020 – April 2021
EML Team: Mikkel Bosack Simonsen
Client and collaborators: Danish Energy Agency, The Ministry of Environmental Protection and Natural Resources in Ukraine