Energy in the West Nordics and the Arctic

Case Studies

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This project explores the energy systems and their development towards 2035 in the West Nordic areas and the Arctic. The objective of the project was to contribute to a knowledge base that can be shared and used in developing a sustainable and competitive energy systems that fulfil the goals and obligations for 2035 on climate, emissions and renewable shares. “Energy systems” in this case covers the potential for different renewable energy resources, infrastructure, the demand for energy in different sectors, and relevant policies. Along with the scenario analysis, five case studies have been developed: land transport; a small hybrid energy system in Igaliku, Greenland; electrification of fishing vessels; tourism; and the future energy system in Svalbard.



Summary, introduction and background

This report is a sub report of the project Energy in the West Nordic areas and the Arctic — EVA. The purpose of the projects is to look at the energy situation and the localchallenges in the five areas Iceland, Greenland, Faroe Islands, Svalbard and Jan Mayen.Some of the data for the main project (energy situation, energy demand and scenarioanalysis) will be referred to in this report. The purpose of this report is to develop casestudies of five selected challenges which is relevant for the five areas.

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