The Alternative Proposal

Two versions of alternatives to the official proposal were designed. The first version was made as part of a discussion paper issued in 1991 in due time before the project was to be approved by the Danish Energy Authority (Hvelplund, Illum, Lund, and Mæng 1991). The alternative simply consisted of electricity savings in combination with small CHP and the preceding combined cycle CHP unit based on natural gas and located in the town center of Aalborg. The alternative was designed in such way that it could save or produce the same amount of energy and provide or save the same amount of capacity as the proposed 400 MW coal-fired power station. In concrete terms, it consisted of 100 MW savings, 100 MW small CHP stations, ...

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