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Title:OSKRBA ELEKTRIČNE ENERGIJE V EVROPI
Authors:Smrtnik, Jerneja (Author)
Krope, Jurij (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FKKT - Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
Abstract:Cilj EU je povečati delež izrabe obnovljivih virov energije do 20% vezano na skupno proizvodnjo energije do leta 2020. Na trgu električne energije se soočata ponudba in povpraševanje. Dejavniki, ki vplivajo na trg z električno energijo so temperatura ozračja, poraba, hidrološke razmere in kapaciteta jedrskih elektrarn, ki proizvedejo kar tretjino električne energije v EU ter 15% energije porabljene v Evropski Uniji. V Evropski Uniji so ustanovljeni regulatorji, ki se zavzemajo za enotni, konkurenčni in učinkovit trg z električno energijo. Med najpomembnejše regulatorje spadata CEER ( Svet evropskih regulatorjev) in Agencija za sodelovanje energetskih regulatorjev (ACER). Sodelujeta pri oblikovanju enotnega trga Evropske Unije s poudarkom na izrabi obnovljivih virov energije, ki prispevajo pomemben delež v proizvodnji električne energije. Francija ima med državami EU največ jedrskih elektrarn, zato je tudi največja izvoznica električne energije.Slovenija ima samo eno jedrsko elektrarno Krško (NEK). Pri razpadu atomskih jeder radioaktivnih elementov sprošča radioaktivno sevanje, ki je nevarno za žive organizme. Povprečno nevarno sevanje v Evropi znaša 2.4 mSV na leto, kar predstavlja 1% verjetnost obolenja za rakom. Voditelji držav in vlad EU so sprejeli energetsko politiko, ki ni usmerjena le v varno oskrbo z električno energijo, temveč si prizadeva tudi za varčevanje z energijo in spodbuja rabo podnebju prijaznih energentov.
Keywords:obnovljivi viri energije, trg električne energije, regulatorji, jedrska energija, okolje
Year of publishing:2011
Publisher:[J. Smrtnik]
Source:Maribor
UDC:628.311:502.1/.2(043.2)
COBISS_ID:16036118 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:GWCS3UJU
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Language:English
Title:ELECTRICITY SUPPLY IN EUROPE
Abstract:The goal of the European Union is to increase the proporation of use of renewable energy sources up to 20 % of the total energy production until 2020. The electricity market faces supply and demand. Factors that influence the electricity market are air temperature, consumption, hydrological conditions and the capacity of the nuclear power plants, which produce one third of electricity in the European Union and 15% of the electricity consumed in the European Union. Regulators have been established in the EU to promote a single, competitive and efficient market for electricity. Among the most important regulators there are CEER ( Council of European Energy Regulators) and ACER ( Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators).They work together in forming a single EU market with focus on the use of renewable energy sources which already contribute an important share in the electricity production. France is among the EU countries with the highest number of nuclear power plants and therefore the major electricity exporter. Slovenia on the other hand only has one nuclear power plant Krško (NEK). The disintegration of atomic nuclei of the radioactive elements releases radioactivity which is dangerous to living organisms.The average radioactivity in Europe is 2.4 mSV per year, which represents 1 % probability for cancer diseases. The leaders of the EU countries have adopted an energy policy which is not directed only to safe supply with electricity but also strives for energy saving and encourages the use of climate- friendly energy sources.
Keywords:renewable energy sources, the electricity market, regulators, nuclear energy, environment


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