Elektros energijos gamybos šaltinių išorinių kaštų Lietuvoje vertinimas

Štreimikienė, Dalia; Ališauskaitė-Šeškienė, Ilona
March 2013
Energetika;2013, Vol. 59 Issue 1, p11
Academic Journal
This paper analyzes the external costs of electricity generation technologies, which are highly important in order to create an effective policy to reduce the negative effects of energy supply and consumption. The described ExternE methodology allows us to accurately calculate the external energy cycle costs, considering the location of the power station and meteorological conditions. Based on this methodology and using the EcoSense model, the analysis of Lithuania and EU-27 external costs of pollutants emissions into the atmosphere is presented, as well as the external electrical power generation technology cost analysis in Lithuania. The conclusion was made that renewable energy-producing power plants have the lowest external costs, also the external cost comparison of the impact area and the technology life-cycle rate was made.


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