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The development of energetics in the Czech Republic during the following years
Musil, Miloš ; Kracík, Petr (referee) ; Toman, Filip (advisor)
This thesis analyses the current Czech energy sector. It describes its current state and outlines possible scenarios of its development in future years in the context of the energy transformation. The thesis seeks to analyse the current situation of the energy sector in the country, assess its strengths and weaknesses and identify opportunities and threats for future development. The thesis describes the different parts of the Czech energy sector, such as the electricity, gas, heating and oil industries, including production sources, consumption and emissions. Most emphasis is given to the electricity sector. The capacities and potentials of the different sectors are analysed alongside the possible future scenarios outlined. Part of the thesis is also focused on describing and explaining the composition and construction of electricity and gas prices in the Czech Republic. Emphasis is also placed on placing the Czech energy sector in the broader context of the energy sectors of European countries and includes various scenarios for the development of the electricity sector in Europe. In the context of the current geopolitical situation in Europe and the modernisation and transformation of this sector, it is necessary to build new energy sources.
Future energy sources
Hatiar, Peter ; Moskalík, Jiří (referee) ; Škvařil, Jan (advisor)
This work deals with the issue of energy resources. It deals with the energy challenges for the coming decade, it briefly describes the various energy resources and assesses their potential. Given the scale of that issue, the work is focused on the use of energy resources, especially for electricity production.
Power-producing and Environmental Strategy of Czech Republic
Urbánek, Štěpán ; Brázdil, Marian (referee) ; Špiláček, Michal (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with energy and environmental strategy of Czech Republic. Part of this work is the description of international and intrastate documents which describes conditions and strategy objectives that not only our country must reach and fulfil them. Next is processed structure of the energy mix of Czech Republic and its predictable progress. In the next part of the work there is a characterization of possibilities how to produce electricity by renewable resources or nuclear energy and concept of using these sources in the future. The last part of the work contains prospect of reducing emission greenhouse gases.
Energy mix development in the Czech Republic
Špaček, Michal ; Sitek, Tomáš (referee) ; Elbl, Patrik (advisor)
The topic of this bachelor thesis is the development of the energy mix of the Czech Republic. The first part is focused on concepts energy mix, energy security and the goals and priorities of state energy policy. Next part describes the development of the Czech energy mix up to present and in this part, the possible future development of the energy mix of the Czech Republic is described as well. In the last part, the energy mix of the Czech Republic is compared to the energy mixes of Slovakia, Poland, Germany and Denmark and the future development of these energy mixes is predicted as well.
Comparison of energy mixes
Kadáková, Nina ; Milčák, Pavel (referee) ; Baláš, Marek (advisor)
This research type paper is focused on the comparison of the energy mix of Czech Republic with the energy mix of other three states, Slovak Republic, Italy and Norway. In this paper there are described energy sources which the chosen states use for production of electricity. The total installed outputs of the power plants in various years, production and consumption of electric energy and the source ratio for production of electricity are also stated, based on which the final compression is created.
Wind energy
Král, Ondřej ; Brázdil, Marian (referee) ; Kracík, Petr (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis discuss wind energy sector. The first chapter focuses on basic construction types of wind power plants, their classification and description of the main parts. Basic physical principles by which electrical energy is produced, presents the next section, which deals with the lifetime of wind turbines, too. The final chapter describes the development of wind power in history, wind energy is here compared with other energy sources, and finally it is dedicated to matter of wind turbines’ energy payback.
Study of the ecology of electric vehicle
Varhaník, Jiří ; Jandová, Kristýna (referee) ; Jaššo, Kamil (advisor)
The first chapter of this bachelor's thesis describes the history of electric cars, their origin, success and decline at the time. The following chapter deals with the clarification of the carbon footprint with regard to the connection to other chapters in the field of ecology of passenger cars. The main goal of this thesis was to study the issues related to the ecology of passenger cars with a focus on electric vehicles in the Czech Republic. The~ecology of vehicles covers all periods of the car's life-cycle, starting with the production, following with utilization, final disposal and recycling of the vehicle. Another goal was to select and describe a suitable methodology for calculating the environmental impact of these vehicles. In the practical part, the relations and calculation methodologies were determined, data sources for individual parameters of these relations were obtained and the calculations were performed. The last part was about processing the obtained data into equations, tables and graphs.
The development of energetics in the Czech Republic during the following years
Musil, Miloš ; Kracík, Petr (referee) ; Toman, Filip (advisor)
This thesis analyses the current Czech energy sector. It describes its current state and outlines possible scenarios of its development in future years in the context of the energy transformation. The thesis seeks to analyse the current situation of the energy sector in the country, assess its strengths and weaknesses and identify opportunities and threats for future development. The thesis describes the different parts of the Czech energy sector, such as the electricity, gas, heating and oil industries, including production sources, consumption and emissions. Most emphasis is given to the electricity sector. The capacities and potentials of the different sectors are analysed alongside the possible future scenarios outlined. Part of the thesis is also focused on describing and explaining the composition and construction of electricity and gas prices in the Czech Republic. Emphasis is also placed on placing the Czech energy sector in the broader context of the energy sectors of European countries and includes various scenarios for the development of the electricity sector in Europe. In the context of the current geopolitical situation in Europe and the modernisation and transformation of this sector, it is necessary to build new energy sources.
Conventional energy sytems in numbers
Mičánek, Jiří ; Paar, Martin (referee) ; Vyčítal, Václav (advisor)
Tato práce hodnotí možné budoucí energetické mixy pro Českou republiku. Uvádí údaje týkající se jednotlivých dostupných energetických zdrojů se zaměřením na výrobu elektřiny. Emise skleníkových plynů a další relevantní parametry jsou váženy a použity k hodnocení různých návrhů pomocí Pughovy matice, která umožňuje objektivně kvantifikovat scénáře. Pro zjištění názorů veřejnosti a ověření, zda se údaje dostupné prostřednictvím výzkumu shodují s jejími názory, je použit průzkum. Metodiky použité k hodnocení scénářů jsou podrobeny kritice a jsou uvedena doporučení, které z nich by měly být vyřazeny a jak zlepšit opakovanou analýzu.
Impact of nuclear power plants decommissioning: comparison of Germany and the Czech Republic
Myslivcová, Kateřina ; Holubcová, Jitka (advisor) ; Kučerová, Irah (referee)
The diploma thesis examines the effect of decommissioning of nuclear power plants on the energy security of two European countries - Germany and the Czech Republic. First, the author focuses on theoretical anchoring of energy security. The practical part then examines both countries from the perspective of their energy mixes and policies and infrastructure interconnection. This is the starting point for the comparison of the effects of the decommissioning of nuclear power plants. Second, the author presents three scenarios to replace nuclear energy, exploring how German and Czech energy security will change. The first scenario is the use of renewable energy only. The second option is a combination of renewable energy and coal. Finally, the third option is again a certain proportion of renewable energy along with natural gas. Last but not least, the author concludes in the presented paper that, despite the various possible combinations of how to replace nuclear energy, both countries would be worse off within the framework of energy security.

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