Dalius Tarvydas

Laboratory of Energy Systems Research (31)
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Publications

Scientific article

2018

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.

2016

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.

2013

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)

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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)

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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