THERMAL SCIENCE

International Scientific Journal

Authors of this Paper

External Links

PROSPECTIVE THERMAL POWER GENERATION IN THE WESTERN BALKAN COUNTRIES

ABSTRACT
The aim of this paper is to analyze the expansion of the thermal generation in the long-term for the Western Balkan region. This paper concentrates on the estimation of long-term energy data for the (Western) Balkan countries. The process was implemented by the use of the PRIMES model in order to perform simulations for the future growth of electricity supply and demand in the region. Two scenarios were applied. The first (Baseline) scenario was based on the current energy path of each country and on the absence of any specific energy policy like tax emissions or renewable subsidies. The second (Reference) scenario was practically a series of “environmental” sub-scenarios, based on specific energy subsidy policy applied to the electricity generated by renewable sources. Results were given for the period between 2015 and 2050 in 5-year steps and conclusions were made for the whole region. As such, the results can feed up trials of energy planning referring to the future energy condition.
KEYWORDS
PAPER SUBMITTED: 2014-02-21
PAPER REVISED: 2014-06-14
PAPER ACCEPTED: 2014-07-30
PUBLISHED ONLINE: 2014-09-06
DOI REFERENCE: https://doi.org/10.2298/TSCI140221101T
CITATION EXPORT: view in browser or download as text file
THERMAL SCIENCE YEAR 2015, VOLUME 19, ISSUE 2, PAGES [357 - 370]
REFERENCES
  1. ***, International Energy Agency (IEA), "Energy In the Western Balkans", Paris, France, 2008
  2. ***, The Energy Community, "Energy Strategy of the Energy Community", 10th MC/18/10/2012, Annex 19, Vienna, 2012
  3. Tomasovic Nikola, "Energy strategy by the use of energy model for Balkan countries", National Technical University of Athens, Greece, 2012
  4. ***, European Commission, "Energy Roadmap 2050 Impact assessment and scenario analysis", Brussels, Belgium, 2011
  5. ***, European Environmental Agency, "Environmental trends and perspectives in the Western Balkans: Future production and consumption patterns", Part 1, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2010
  6. ***, International Energy Agency (IEA), Key World Energy Statistics 2013, Paris, France, 2013
  7. ***, The Energy Community, www.energy-community.org
  8. ***, European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity, "Yearly Statistics &Adequacy Retrospect 2012", Brussels, Belgium, 2013, www.entsoe.eu
  9. ***, Electric Power Industry of Serbia, Technical Report 2013, Belgrade, Serbia, 2014
  10. ***, Transmission, System and Market Operator of Kosovo, Annual Report 2012, www.kostt.com
  11. ***, Energy-Economy-Environment Modelling Laboratory, "The Primes Model 2010", National Technical University of Athens, Greece, 2010
  12. ***, Energy-Economy-Environment Modelling Laboratory, "The Primes Model 2011", National Technical University of Athens, Greece, 2011
  13. ***, Energy-Economy-Environment Modelling Laboratory, Detailed Presentation of the PRIMES Model, Brussels, Belgium, November 2007
  14. ***, International Energy Agency (IEA), Policy and Measures, Renewable Energy, www.iea.org
  15. ***, Regulatory Commission for Energy of Republic of Srpska, www.reers.ba
  16. ***, Republic of Croatia,narodne-novine.nn.hr/clanci/sluzbeni/2012_06_63_1508.html
  17. ***, Energy Regulatory Commission of the Republic of Macedonia, www.erc.org.mk
  18. ***, Ministry of Energy, Development and Environmental Protection of Republic of Serbia, Decree on Incentive Measures for Privileged Power Producers, www.merz.gov.rs
  19. ***, European Commission, Bosnia and Herzegovina 2012 Progress Report, Brussels, Belgium, October 2012
  20. ***, Croatian National Bank, Exchange Rate List, www.hnb.hr

© 2019 Society of Thermal Engineers of Serbia. Published by the Vinča Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Belgrade, Serbia. This article is an open access article distributed under the terms and conditions of the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 4.0 International licence