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European grid study 2030/2050

AuteurE.Tröster, energynautics, Greenpeace Int.
6-04-0-30-24.pdf
Datum2011
Classificatie 6.04.0.30/24 (SAMENWERKINGSVERBANDEN - EUROPEISERING)
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EUROPEAN GRID STUDY 2030/2050
Eckehard Tröster
Rena Kuwahata
Thomas Ackermann




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18 January 2011
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CONTENTS




SUM M ARY 	                                                                            	   3
The Optimised 2030 Grid 	                                                              	   3
2030 Pathway Options 	                                                                 	   4
Reaching the 2050 Grid 	                                                               	   5
Import from North Africa in 2050 	                                                     	   5
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 	                                                                      	 7
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS 	                                                                	 8
LIST OF FIGURES 	                                                                      	 9
LIST OF TABLES 	                                                                       	 10
1. INTRODUCTION 	                                                                      	 11
1.1. Background 	                                                                      	 11
1.2. Scope and assumptions