Dalius Tarvydas

Laboratory of Energy Systems Research (31)
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Scientific article


Klevas V. [LEI], Bobinaitė V. [LEI], Marčiukaitis M. [LEI], Tarvydas D. [LEI]. Microeconomic analysis for the formation of renewable energy support policy: the case of wind power sector in Lithuania In: Inžinerinė ekonomika-Engineering Economic. Kaunas: Kauno technologijos universitetas, 2018, Vol. 29, No. 2, p. 188-196. ISSN 1392-2785.


Miškinis V. [LEI], Galinis A. [LEI], Konstantinavičiūtė I. [LEI], Lekavičius V. [LEI], Tarvydas D. [LEI]. Matematinis modeliavimas – energetikos strateginio planavimo pagrindas In: Energetika. Vilnius: Lietuvos mokslų akademija, 2016, T. 62, Nr. 4, p. 219-231. ISSN 0235-7208.


Konstantinavičiūtė I. [LEI], Bobinaitė V. [LEI], Tarvydas D. [LEI], Gatautis R. [LEI]. Renewable energy in the Lithuanian heating sector In: Energy Policy. 2013, Vol. 59, p. 32-43. ISSN 0301-4215.

International projects

Seventh Framework Programme (FP7)


Based on thorough integrated climate planning the READY project will demonstrate a Whole City Approach including: 1) Demo of a balanced and holistic approach towards affordable retrofMore

Fifth Framework Programme (FP5)


The project was directed to comparative analysis of many indicators in energy-economy field and energy policy instruments in Central and East European countries former candidate to joMore

Intelligent Energy Europe


With Directive 2009/28/EC the European Parliament and Council have laid the grounds for the policy framework for renewable energy sources (RES) until 2020. The aim of this project is More


The core objective of the RE-Shaping project was to assist Member State (MS) governments in preparing for the implementation of Directive 2009/28/EC and to guide a European policy forMore


The project’s primary objective was to involve interested parties throughout the EU in the debate on how to optimise the use of renewable electricity, with a view to establishing a loMore


The project was conceived to give clear empirical insights into the present successes and failures in the support of renewable energy sources for electricity (RES-E) throughout the EUMore


The E TRACK project has investigated the feasibility of a harmonised standard for tracking of generation attributes in Europe. The most comprehensive policy which requires such trackiMore