Publications

2018

Client: International Energy Agency (IEA)

IEA Market Report Series: Coal 2018

Supported by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)

Short study: Flexibility potential of households for the network-related reduction of demand peaks
In future, increased use of heat pumps and electric cars in the building and transport sectors could create new requirements for network expansion and operation, especially in the low-voltage networks. The increased use of heat pumps and electric cars has an impact on the quantity of electricity demanded and on the temporal structure of electricity demand. Against this backdrop, the question arises as to which flexibility potentials could be used cost-effectively in households in the future.In the context of this study, the flexibility potential of different household types is analysed. The focus here is on the costs of flexibility in time windows that are potentially critical for low-voltage grids. The study is based on the ewi ER&S model for the analysis of consumer behaviour (COMODO) and analyses the flexibility potentials for the year 2030.

Supported by the state of North Rhine-Westphalia

Final report of Virtuelles Institut Strom zu Gas und Wärme
The „Virtual Institute Power to Gas and Heat“ (Virtuelles Institut Strom zu Gas und Wärme – VI SGW) is a consortium of seven scientific and technical institutes funded by the state of North Rhine-Westphalia and by the Cluster EnergieForschung of EnergieAgentur.NRW, which together conduct research on flexibility options for the future power-gas-heating integrated system. Alongside in-depth research on innovative technology pathways and energy system transformations, the work presented also includes the construction of a demonstration facility at the “Gas und Wärme” Institute in Essen.The Virtual Institute submitted the results of its work in five volumes. The Management Summary provides an overview of the results of the research that was carried out in the VI SGW project between 2015 to 2017. Since the results of the cooperation are extensive, the Management Summary is designed to aid the reader in understanding the structure of the analysis and allowing topics of interest to be quickly located within the five volumes. The five volumes of the final report are “Volume I: System and Location Analyses”; “Volume II: Analyses of Technology Pathways”; “Volume III: Accompanying Experimental Research”; “Volume IV: Appendix to Volumes I-III”; “Volume V: Technology Datasheets”. ewi ER&S is a partner and co-coordinator of the Virtual Institute SGW project, coordinating and contributing to “Volume I: System and Location Analyses” as well as contributing to “Volume II: Analyses of Technology Pathways” and “Volume V: Technology Datasheets”. The Management Summary and all volumes of the final report can be found on the project’s website via the external link below.

Client: ewi ER&S and The Gas Value Chain Company

The underrated long-term relevance of gas in the decarbonizing German energy space
‘ewi ER&S’ and ‘The Gas Value Chain Company’ have extracted the considerations and arguments addressing the long-term relevance of gas in the decarbonizing German energy space in various studies, with strong focus on the ‘dena- Leitstudie’ “Integrierte Energiewende”. They compare a scenario labelled “Electrons” - implying a high degree of electrification and lower use of gas – with a scenario labelled “Molecules”, the latter implying a higher degree of direct gas use in all sectors.

Client: Nord Stream 2

Nord Stream 2 and its effects on European wholesale power prices
On behalf of Nord Stream 2, ewi ER&S analyzed the effects of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline on European wholesale power prices. The study shows that European electricity prices will be between 2.2 to 4.3 €/MWh lower (a 5% to 8% reduction) in a Low LNG price scenario, and 6.5 to 10.7 €/MWh lower in a High LNG price scenario (a 12% to 16% reduction). These lower prices result in a benefit to European consumers of €7bn to €14bn per year in the Low LNG price scenario and €21bn to €35bn per year in the High LNG price scenario.

Client: ARGE Netz

Economic assessment of the market development model
To extend the current marketing possibilities for electricity from renewable energy sources, Bundesverband Windenergie (BWE) and ARGE Netz propose a market development model. This proposal of changing the Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG) is supposed to allow a direct retail of renewable electricity from the plant operator to final consumers and at the same time to ensure the proof of the simultaneousness of generation and consumability. ewi ER&S analyses the economic effects of the market development model. For final consumers, the model creates a possibility to show their preference – and thereby their willingness to pay - for consumable renewable power and to purchase it. This allows the plant operators a better marketing option of their consumable renewable power. If production and consumption happen spatially close to each other, this can additionally relieve the grids. The EEG account will not receive additional financial burdens, even reliefs are possible.

Client: ewi ER&S

Studienvergleich Sektorenkopplung
In April 2018 ewi ER&S published the study "Kosteneffiziente Umsetzung der Sektorenkopplung" on behalf of the Ministry of Economics, Innovation, Digitisation and Energy of North Rhine-Westphalia. In June 2018, the "dena-Leitstudie Integrierte Energiewende" was published with ewi ER&S as the principal scientific assessor. Both studies analyse cross-sector strategies for achieving climate targets in the medium and long term. Within the framework of the "Studienvergleich Sektorenkopplung ", similarities and differences in the design of the study are pointed out transparently and the differences in the results are presented in detail.

Client: GIZ

Workshop „Long-term Electricity System Planning“ for the Moroccan research pool ESMA
In the frame of this project funded by GIZ Morocco, ewi ER&S prepared and held a capacity-building workshop for Moroccan professors and members of the ministry of energy with the title "Introduction To Long-term Electricity System Planning“. The workshop was part of a study-trip by the Moroccan Research-Pool „Energy Systems Modeling and Analysis (ESMA)“. The goal of the Research-Pool ESMA and GIZ Morocco is to foster a local energy-system modeling community in order to support the political decision making process for the Moroccan energy transition and decarbonization pathway based on local competence. The workshop consisted of modules on different modeling techniques for investment and dispatch models in the energy sector, on scenario definition and interpretation as well as on the political decision making processes based on modeling studies.

Client: Deutsche Energie-Agentur (dena)

dena-Leitstudie Integrierte Energiewende (dena Study on Integrated Energy Transition)
The dena-Leitstudie Integrierte Energiewende develops and compares transformation pathes for the energy system in Germany with the objective to attain the climate-political goals by 2050. It pursues an innovative cross-sector scenario approach. At the same time, it is based on the branch knowledge of more than 60 partners from all relevant sectors and on the continuuos exchange with important actors from politics, society and science. The objective is to give impulses for designing the energy system by 2050. ewi ER&S is the main scientific advisor to the study. The central results of the study say that Germany will be able to attain its goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 80 as well as by 95 % up to the year 2050 if the strains in all sectors are increased. Therefore, the roll-out and system integration of renewable energy sources must be forced, the end energy consumption has to be reduced by extensive energy efficiency efforts, and synthetic regenerative energy sources must be used on a big scale. A broad mix of technologies and energy sources makes the transformation of the energy system more cost-efficient than a fortified use of electricity-based applications.

Client: Ministry of Economy, Innovation, Digitalization and Energy of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia (MWIDE)

Cost-efficient realization of sector coupling
The study examines options for a medium-term and long-term attainment of German goals for the reduction of greenhouse gases by 2050. The focus lies on finding cost-optimal development pathes in the energy consumption sectors of buildings, transportation, industry and in the energy sector. The study finds that a technology-open approach is to be preferred to an extensive electrification of the consumption sectors. In addition, the German climate goals are classified into the European context, incentive structures are analyzed from stakeholders' pespectives, and recommendations for a further development of legal frame conditions are yielded. The study was commissioned by the Ministry of Economy, Innovation, Digitalization and Energy of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia (MWIDE). The ef.Ruhr GmbH is the cooperation partner for examining the implications on the electricity networks.[Study (in German, short version)] [Study (in German, long version)]

Client: Nord Stream 2

Central European Gas Market Congestion Analysis
The study assesses whether the Nord Stream 2 pipeline contributes to a division of European gas markets. It demonstrates that the Nord Stream 2 pipeline cannot be used for market separation, under conditions of existing pipeline capacity and local gas consumption. This is due to the fact that in the European internal market, according to the EU’s own market rules, the importers and thus also the consumers are protected against such behaviour. Even if under increased gas demand in East Europe, such a strategy for splitting the market would be neither successful nor effective.

Funding by Deutscher Verein des Gas- und Wasserfaches (DVGW)

Final report: The role of Power-to-gas in the context of the energy transition
The study examines, from an economical perspective, the role power-to-gas (PtG) technologies may play in interlinking various sectors (namely electricity, heat and transport). The use of PtG technologies is analyzed for a wide range of applications including chemical storage, PtG in the industrial sector, the (potential) reduction of extensions in the high-voltage grid, power to heat (PtH) in the heating sector and power-to-gas-to-liquid (PtGtL) fuels for road transport.

Client: ewi ER&S and EY

Regional market potentials of cross-sectoral energy services
In this study, we analyze the market potentials of cross-sectoral energy services, i.e., power supply for tenants, battery storage at household level and e-mobility in Germany. We especially focus on the differences between regions. As a start, we describe the general opportunities for companies regarding energy services. Specific models and use cases for the three energy services are depicted in further detail. We then proceed to analyze the market potential in Germany over the next years. The regional analysis is (partially) broken down to postal code level. The results show that for every energy service the distribution of the regional potential is quite different. This is due to several (regionally differing) factors, e.g., density of population, car ownership or photovoltaic installations. Depending on a company’s regional activity this has different strategic implications regarding their portfolio of energy services.

2017

Client: International Energy Agency (IEA)

IEA Coal 2017 Market and Analysis Report

Client: British Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS)

Fossil Fuel Price Projections Expert Panel: Final Report
The BEIS Fossil Fuel Price Assumptions for 2017 present low, central and high assumptions for the wholesale prices of oil, gas and coal for the UK out to 2040. ewi ER&S managing director Dr. Harald Hecking was part of an external expert panel that reviewed the assumptions in an additional report.

Client: Gelsenwasser, Open Grid Europe und RheinEnergie

The energy market in 2030 and 2050 – The contribution of gas and heat infrastructure to an efficient CO2 reduction
The study examines which contribution current gas and heat infrastructure can make to an efficient minimization of greenhouse gas by 2030 and 2050 respective. Therefore the study uses a complete energy system model to quantify two possible scenarios for a greenhouse gas reduction correspondent to Germany’s 2030 and 2050 climate goals. In the “Revolution” scenario a forced electrification of final energy consumption is prescribed by the government, so that gas and heat infrastructures will more and more lose importance. In spite of the extensive electrification this is not an “all-electric” scenario, but will clearly develop in that direction. In the “Evolution” scenario there are no governmental prescriptions regarding certain technologies, so that current gas and heat infrastructure can be used continuously as long as it is economically profitable. The focus of the study lies in power and heat markets.

Client: Deutsche Energie-Agentur (dena)

Brief assessment of alternatives for financing the German Renewable Energy Act (EEG)
ewi ER&S and FiFo Cologne assess three extreme cases of financing alternatives for the EEG: a kW-based levy on electricity, a carbon tax as well as financing from the federal budget. All options improve the competitiveness of electricity and incentivize sector coupling.

Auftraggeber: Nord Stream 2

Identifying Key Assumptions for Evaluating Nord Stream 2’s Impact on the European Natural Gas Market
Compared to what ewi ER&S found in the study on "Impacts of Nord Stream 2 on the EU natural gas market", the results of Regional Centre for Energy Policy Research (REKK) of Hungary yield different results on the price effects. This study shows that different assumptions about LNG import prices, Ukrainian transit capacities and the contracts of using them, and intra-EU infrastructure expansions are crucial to explain the differences between the ewi ER&S results and those of REKK.

Client: Deutsche Energie-Agentur (dena), Die Allianz für Gebäude-Energie-Effizienz (geea)

Gebäudestudie – Szenarien für eine marktwirtschaftliche Klima- und Ressourcenschutzpolitik 2050 im Gebäudesektor
The Buildings Study (Gebäudestudie), initiated by the members of the Allianz für Gebäude-Energie-Effizienz (geea), provides an economic analysis of the buildings sector. It investigates how the transformation of the buildings sector can be accomplished by an interplay of building shell, installation technology and a changed energy production, to reach an attainment of reducing greenhouse gases by 80% and by 95%. The study was created in the context of the dena-Leitstudie Integrierte Energiewende (Integrated Energy Transition). ewi ER&S is the main economic reviewer of the study, cooperating with FIW and ITG as technological reviewers.

Client: Deutsche Energie-Agentur (dena)

dena-Leitstudie Integrierte Energiewende – Zwischenfazit

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Client: Nord Stream 2

Impacts of Nord Stream 2 on the EU natural gas market
This study focuses on the impacts of the offshore pipeline Nord Stream 2 on European Union (EU) natural gas markets (gas flows and gas prices). Since the impact of Nord Stream 2 crucially depends on the competition between Russian gas and global LNG markets, a combination of the global gas market model COLUMBUS and the European gas infrastructure model TIGER is applied in the analysis. The study finds a price decreasing effect of Nord Stream 2 in the EU-28 overall as well as in each member state individually due to reduced LNG imports if Nord Stream 2 is available compared to a case in which it is not available.

Client: ewi ER&S

Disruptive Potential in the German Electricity System – an Economic Perspective on Blockchain
The hype around blockchain provided some rather discouraging scenarios for companies in the German electricity system. Our new analysis recently shows that blockchain currently has no disruptive potential for peer-to-peer power transactions. The study illustrates that while platforms (e.g., based on blockchain technology) for peer-to-peer transactions do not face organizational or regulatory barriers, levies, taxes and surcharges on final consumer power consumption burden the disruptive potential of the technology and hamper deployment. Public blockchain-based platforms will come with additional costs for underlying distributed mechanisms.

Funding by: German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)

Starting Conditions for the Marketing of Demand Flexibility – Status Quo Analysis and Metastudy
This study by ewi ER&S, Fraunhofer FIT and FIM is part of the research project SynErgie which is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research for the enabling of the energy intensive industries in Germany to adapt the demand for electricity to the increasingly fluctuating supply of electricity. This study first describes the fundamentals of electricity market design and the legal framework. The reference to the application to industrial processes is always taken and potential barriers to the participation of flexible demand processes are worked through. The analysis serves the cluster-wide information about the status quo of market structures and regulatory framework conditions. In addition, the project partners analyze scientific findings on the subject of demand flexibility and prepare them in a comprehensive meta-study.

Client: ewi ER&S

Future European Gas Transmission Bottlenecks in Differing Supply and Demand Scenarios
As previous studies by ewi ER&S and the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (OIES) showed, there are bottlenecks in the European gas transmission grid. Especially between Germany and Italy, Germany and Austria as well as between the two French market areas, bottlenecks exist. This study focuses on the question if those bottlenecks persist in future. Therefore, two scenarios of OIES with high and low Asian gas demand which influences the European LNG supply are simulated in the European gas infrastructure model TIGER. Infrastructure extensions that are needed to realize the assumptions concerning demand and supply are modelled. The results indicate that especially in the scenario with high Asian demand (low LNG imports to Europe) bottlenecks persist in the European gas infrastructure in 2030.

Client: ewi ER&S

Analysis of an EU-wide Carbon Price Support
The study projects the effects of a Carbon Price Support on the European electricity sector and its carbon dioxide emissions for the years 2017 – 2025 and identifies both winners and losers.

2016

Client: International Energy Agency

Medium-Term Coal Market Report 2016

Client: Amprion GmbH

Kurzstudie: Bundesweite Vereinheitlichung von Netzentgelten auf Übertragungsnetzebene

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Funding by German Federal Foreign Office

Options for Gas Supply Diversification for the EU and Germany in the next Two Decades
In cooperation with the European Centre for Energy and Resource Security (EUCERS) ewi ER&S investigates prospects and options for the European gas supply in the next two decades given a variety of scenarios.

Client: ewi ER&S

European gas grid through the eye of the TIGER: investigating bottlenecks in pipeline flows by modelling history

In cooperation with the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, ewi ER&S applied its TIGER model to investigate historic bottlenecks in the European gas grid that gave rise to price de-linkages between different market areas.

Client: Stiftung Mercator

Turkey as an Energy Hub

Client: German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy

Black Swans (Risks) of the “Energiewende”
The “Energiewende“ is of great importance for the energy supply as well as the economic development in Germany. The study at hand supports a political risk management focusing on unexpected or unlikely events (so-called “Black Swans”) and their effects in energy policy and macroeconomy as a whole. Building on this, it has the goal to analyse which (political) precautionary and reaction measures exist. As such, the main task of this study is to identify the principal risks arising from and to the “Energiewende”, in particular the deployment of renewable energies, and to analyse their effects.

Funding by British Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy

Fossil Fuel Price Projections Expert Panel

Client: ewi ER&S

Economic Impacts of a German Coal Phase-Out on the Power Markets in Germany and the EU
With the study „Economic Impacts of a German Coal Phase-Out on the Power Markets in Germany and the EU“, ewi ER&S takes up a proposal made by the German think tank Agora Energiewende in January 2016 concerning a coal phase-out in Germany. The proposal suggests a combination of two policy measures for the power sector. First, it encourages an early decommissioning of the German coal-fired power plants up to 2040 and, secondly, a retirement of emission allowances from the European emissions trading system in the amount of the mitigated CO2 emissions resulting from the coal phase-out. Based on ewi’s power market model DIMENSION, the study investigates the additional costs and distributional effects of this double-measure for the German and European power markets. The coal phase-out is assessed by economic theory and its projected costs are compared to the amount of CO2 abated.

Client: ewi ER&S

Rethinking Entry-Exit: Two new tariff models to foster competition and security of supply in the EU gas market

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2015

Client: E.ON Climate & Renewables North America

Germany’s Wind and Solar Deployment 1991-2015
Case study on Germany's wind and solar deployment and renewable energy policy structure. Research Cooperation with Stanford University.

Client: E.ON Climate & Renewables North America

Solar and Wind Deployment: A Comparison of Experiences in Germany, California and Texas

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Client: WirtschaftsVereinigung Metalle

Bewertung von Carbon Leakage bei Metallimporten

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Funding by German Federal Ministry of Education and Research

Die Energiewirtschaft im Wandel – Herausforderungen und Strategien der Energieversorgungsunternehmen

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Funding by British Department of Energy & Climate Change

DECC 2015 Coal Price Scenarios – Peer review

Client: Bundesverband Braunkohle

Auswirkungen von deutschen CO2-Vermeidungszielen im europäischen Strommarkt

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Client: EWI

The 2014 Ukrainian crisis: Europe’s increased security position

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Client: EWI

EWI Security of Supply Update: Simulation of current gas market developments in Europe with a special focus on Germany
Simulation of current gas market developments in Europe with a special focus on Germany.

Client: International Energy Agency

Medium-term Coal Market Report 2015

Funding by: Federal Ministry for Innovation, Science and Research of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia

Virtuelles Institut Strom zu Gas und Wärme—Entwicklung einer Forschungsagenda für NRW

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2014

Funding by German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy / in collaboration with GWS, Prognos

Gesamtwirtschaftliche Effekte der Energiewende

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Client: EWI

Addendum to the study “An Embargo of Russian Gas and Security of Supply in Europe”

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Client: EWI

An Embargo of Russian Gas and Security of Supply in Europe

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Funding by: German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy / in collaboration with GWS, Prognos

Entwicklung der Energiemärkte – Energiereferenzprognose

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Client: Joint commissioning by Wintershall/Statoil

Potenziale von Erdgas als CO2-Vermeidungsoption

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Client: EWI

Die Energiewende – Herausforderung für Politik und Unternehmen

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Client: German Association of Energy and Water Industries in collaboration with Cologne Institute for Economic Research

Eigenerzeugung und Selbstverbrauch von Strom. Stand, Potentiale und Trends

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Client: International Energy Agency

Medium-term Coal Market Report 2014

2013

Client: EWI

Unkonventionelles Erdgas in Europa – Effekte auf Versorgung, Nachfrage und Preise bis 2035

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Client: Zukunft ERDGAS e.V.

Potenziale für Erdgas im Straßenverkehr – eine ökonomische Analyse

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Funding by German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy

Clearing – Studie Kapazitätsmärkte

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Client: Bundesverband der Deutschen Industrie e.V.

Trendstudie Strom 2022 – Belastungstest für die Energiewende

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Client: International Energy Agency

Medium-term Coal Market Report 2013

2012

Client: International Energy Agency

Flexibility options in European electricity markets in high RES-E scenarios

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Client: Initiative Neue Soziale Marktwirtschaft

Mögliche Entwicklung der Umlage zur Förderung der Stromerzeugung aus erneuerbaren Energien durch das Erneuerbare-Energien-Gesetz bis 2018

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Funding by German Federal Ministry of Economy and Technology

Analyse der Stromkostenbelastung der energieintensiven Industrie

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Funding by German Federal Ministry of Economy and Technology

Investigation into a Sustainable Electricity Market Design for Germany

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Auftraggeber: Internationale Energieagentur

Medium-term Coal Market Report 2012

2011

Client: EWI in cooperation with energynautics

Roadmap 2050 – a closer look

Funding by German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology / cooperation partner: Prognos, GWS

Energy Scenarios 2011

Client: International Energy Agency

Medium-term Coal Market Report 2011

2010

Client: German Energy Agency / in cooperation with: 50Hertz Transmission, Amprion, DEWI, EnBW transmission networks, Fraunhofer IWS, TenneT

Integration of Renewable Energy Sources into the German Power Supply System in the 2015–2020 period with Outlook to 2025 (dena Grid Study II)

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Funding by German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology / in cooperation with: Consentec, IAEW

Analyse und Bewertung der Versorgungssicherheit in der Elektrizitätsversorgung bis 2030

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Funding by German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology / in cooperation with: Prognos, GWS

Energieszenarien für ein Energiekonzept der Bundesregierung

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Funding by German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology / in cooperation with: frontier economics

Energiekosten in Deutschland – Entwicklungen, Ursachen und internationaler Vergleich

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Client: German Association of Energy and Water Industries (BDEW) and 17 further partners from the energy industry, automotive and battery industry

Potenziale der Elektromobilität bis 2050 – Eine szenarienbasierte Analyse der Wirtschaftlichkeit, Umweltauswirkungen und Systemintegration

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Client: German Federal Network Agency, ERGEG

European Gas Supply: The Next Decade. A Model-based Analysis of Infrastructure Projects and Gas Market Integration in Europe with Special Focus on Security of Supply Scenarios

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Client: State of North-Rhine Westphalia, BDEW, VGB Power Tech, Alpiq, E.ON, public utilities Munich, Vattenfall

European RES-E Policy Analysis – Eine modellbasierte Studie über die Entwicklung der Stromerzeugung aus Erneuerbaren Energiequellen in Europa und die Auswirkungen auf den konventionellen Strommarkt

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Funding by German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology

Bewertung von Optionen für eine sichere, wirtschaftliche und umweltgerechte Energieentwicklung in Deutschland – Analyse der Ursachen für negative Strompreise am 3./4. Oktober 2009 und möglicher Abhilfemaßnahmen

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2019

04The Reformed EU ETS – Intertemporal Emission Trading with Restricted Banking

Johanna Bocklet, Martin Hintermayer, Lukas Schmidt, Theresa Wildgrube
February 2019
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03How Does Climate Change Affect Optimal Allocation of Variable Renewable Energy?

Jakob Peter
February 2019
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02Fukushima and German Energy Policy 2005 – 2015/2016

Christian Growitsch, Felix Höffler
January 2019
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01The Role of Electricity in Decarbonizing European Road Transport – Development and Assessment of an Integrated Multi-Sectoral Model

Broghan Helgeson, Jakob Peter
January 2019
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2018

03Multi-unit multiple bid auctions in balancing markets: an agent-based Q-learning approach

Johannes Viehmann, Stefan Lorenczik, Raimund Malischek
December 2018
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02Optimal Allocation of Variable Renewable Energy Considering Contributions to Security of Supply

Jakob Peter, Johannes Wagner
August 2018
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01Distributed Generation in Unbundled Electricity Markets

Johannes Wagner
June 2018
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2017

13Reliable Electricity: The Effects of System Integration and Cooperative Measures to Make it Work

Simeon Hagspiel
December 2017
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12Economic Analysis of Price Premiums in the Presence of Non-convexities – Evidence from German Electricity Markets

Martin Paschmann
November 2017
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11Leveraging the Benefits of Integrating and Interacting Electric Vehicles and Distributed Energy Resources

Martin Paschmann
October 2017
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10Explaining Electricity Forward Premiums – Evidence for the Weather Uncertainty Effect

Frank Obermüller
September 2017
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09Build Wind Capacities at Windy Locations? Assessment of System Optimal Wind Locations

Frank Obermüller
September 2017
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08The Impact of Advanced Metering Infrastructure on Residential Electricity Consumption – Evidence from California

Martin Paschmann, Simon Paulus
September 2017
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07Reliability in Multi-Regional Power Systems – Capacity Adequacy and the Role of Interconnectors

Simeon Hagspiel, Andreas Knaut, Jakob Peter
August 2017
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06Natural Gas Transits and Market Power – The Case of Turkey

Simon Schulte, Florian Weiser
July 2017
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05Decoding Restricted Participation in Sequential Electricity Markets

Andreas Knaut, Martin Paschmann
June 2017
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04Tender Frequency and Market Concentration in Balancing Power Markets

Andreas Knaut, Frank Obermüller, Florian Weiser
January 2017
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03Competition and Regulation as a Means of Reducing CO2 Emissions: Experience from U.S. Fossil Fuel Power Plants

Christian Growitsch, Simon Paulus, Heike Wetzel
January 2017
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02Price Volatility in Commodity Markets with Restricted Participation

Andreas Knaut, Martin Paschmann
January 2017
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01Turkey’s Role in Natural Gas – Becoming a Transit Country?

Istemi Berk, Simon Schulte
January 2017
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2016

07Grid Investment and Support Schemes for Renewable Electricity Generation

Johannes Wagner
October 2016
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06When Are Consumers Responding to Electricity Prices? An Hourly Pattern of Demand Elasticity

Andreas Knaut, Simon Paulus
August 2016
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05Offering Energy Efficiency under Imperfect Competition and Consumer Inattention

Christian Tode
July 2016
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04Supply Chain Reliability and the Role of Individual Suppliers

Simeon Hagspiel
April 2016
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03How to Sell Renewable Electricity – Interactions of the Intraday and Day-ahead Market Under Uncertainty

Andreas Knaut, Frank Obermüller
April 2016
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02Innovation in Green Energy Technologies and the Economic Performance of Firms

Jürgen Kruse
February 2016
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01Innovation in Clean Coal Technologies: Empirical Evidence from Firm-Level Patent Data

Jürgen Kruse, Heike Wetzel
February 2016
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2015

09Solar and Wind Deployment: A Comparison of Experiences in Germany, California and Texas.

Marc Oliver Bettzüge, Christina Elberg, Felix Höffler, Jakob Peter
December 2015
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08Germany’s Wind and Solar Deployment 1991 – 2015

Marc Oliver Bettzüge, Christina Elberg, Felix Höffler, Jakob Peter
December 2015
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07The relevance of grid expansion under zonal markets.

Joachim Bertsch, Tom Brown, Lisa Just, Simeon Hagspiel
December 2015
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06Regulation of non-marketed outputs and substitutable inputs.

Joachim Bertsch, Simeon Hagspiel
December 2015
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05Is an inefficient transmission market better than none at all? On zonal and nodal pricing in electricity systems.

Joachim Bertsch
November 2015
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04How Technological Potentials are Undermined by Economic and Behavioural Responses – The Treatment Effect of Endogenous Energy Efficiency Measures.

Helena Meier, Christian Tode
June 2015
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03Congestion management in power systems – Long-term modeling framework and large-scale application

Joachim Bertsch, Simeon Hagspiel, Lisa Just
June 2015
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02Assessing Market Structures in Resource Markets – An Empirical Analysis of the Market for Metallurgical Coal using Various Equilibrium Models

Stefan Lorenczik, Timo Panke
May 2015
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01A Test of the Theory of Nonrenewable Resources – Controlling for Exploration and Market Power

Raimund Malischek, Christian Tode
May 2015
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2014

17Investigating the Influence of Firm Characteristics on the Ability to Exercise Market Power – A Stochastic Frontier Analysis Approach with an Application to the Iron Ore Market

Robert Germeshausen, Timo Panke, Heike Wetzel
December 2014
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16The Law of one Price in Global Natural Gas Markets – A Threshold Cointegration Analysis

Sebastian Nick, Benjamin Tischler
November 2014
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15The future of nuclear power in France: an analysis of the costs of phasing-out

Raimund Malischek, Johannes Trüby
November 2014
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14CO2 abatement policies in the power sector under an oligopolistic gas market

Harald Hecking
September 2014
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13Two-Period Resource Duopoly with Endogenous Intertemporal Capacity Constraints

Istemi Berk
July 2014
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12Energy prices, technological knowledge and green energy innovation: A dynamic panel analysis of patent counts

Jürgen Kruse, Heike Wetzel
July 2014
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11Cross-Border Effects of Capacity Mechanisms in Electricity Markets

Christina Elberg
July 2014
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10An Illustrative Note on the System Price Effect of Wind and Solar Power – The German Case

Cosima Jägemann
July 2014
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09Modeling Strategic Investment Decisions in Spatial Markets

Stefan Lorenczik, Raimund Malischek, Johannes Trüby
April 2014
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08Regionale Verteilungswirkungen des Erneuerbare-Energien-Gesetzes

Christian Growitsch, Helena Meier, Sebastian Schleich
April 2014
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07Households Facing Constraints. Fuel Poverty Put into Context

Ute Dubois, Helena Meier
February 2014
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06Quantity-setting Oligopolies in Complementary Input Markets – the Case of Iron Ore and Coking Coal

Harald Hecking, Timo Panke
February 2014
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05A Note on the Inefficiency of Technology- and Region-Specific Renewable Energy Support – The German Case

Cosima Jägemann
February 2014
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04Capacity Mechanisms and Effects on Market Structure

Christina Elberg, Sebastian Kranz
February 2014
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03The Hidden Cost of Investment: The Impact of Adjustment Cost on Firm Performance Measurement and Regulation

Sebastian Nick, Heike Wetzel
February 2014
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02Who benefits from cooperation? – A numerical analysis of redistribution effects resulting from cooperation in European RES-E support

Michaela Unteutsch
January 2014
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01Redistribution effects resulting from cross-border cooperation in support for renewable energy

Michaela Unteutsch
January 2014
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2013

18Firm R&D, Innovation, and Productivity in German Industry

Bettina Peters, Mark J. Roberts, Van Anh Vuong, Helmut Fryges
December 2013
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17The Economic Inefficiency of Grid Parity: The Case of German Photovoltaics

Cosima Jägemann, Simeon Hagspiel, Dietmar Lindenberger
December 2013
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16Promotion of Electricity from Renewable Energy in Europe post 2020 – the Economic Benefits of Cooperation

Michaela Fürsch, Dietmar Lindenberger
August 2013
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15Price Formation and Intertemporal Arbitrage within a Low-Liquidity Framework: Empirical Evidence from European Natural Gas Markets

Sebastian Nick
August 2013
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14The effect of weather uncertainty on the financial risk of green electricity producers under various renewable policies

Stephan Nagl
June 2013
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13Spatial dependencies of wind power and interrelations with spot price dynamics

Christina Elberg, Simeon Hagspiel
June 2013
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12Flexibility in Europe’s power sector – an additional requirement or an automatic complement?

Joachim Bertsch, Christian Growitsch, Stefan Lorenczik, Stephan Nagl
June 2013
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11Investment Coordination in Network Industries: The Case of Electricity Grid and Electricity Generation

Felix Höffler, Achim Wambach
June 2013
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10Supply disruptions and regional price effects in a spatial oligopoly – an application to the global gas market

Christian Growitsch, Harald Hecking, Timo Panke
June 2013
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09Cost-Optimal Power System Extension under Flow-based Market Coupling

Simeon Hagspiel, Cosima Jägemann, Dietmar Lindenberger, Tom Brown, Stanislav Cherevatskiy, Eckehard Tröster
May 2013
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08The Costs of Power Interruptions in Germany – an Assessment in the Light of the Energiewende

Christian Growitsch, Raimund Malischek, Sebastian Nick, Heike Wetzel
April 2013
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07The Impact of Ownership Unbundling on Cost Efficiency: Empirical Evidence from the New Zealand Electricity Distribution Sector

Massimo Filippini, Heike Wetzel
February 2013
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06The Value of Information in Explicit Cross-Border Capacity Auction Regimes in Electricity Markets

Jan Richter, Johannes Viehmann
February 2013
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05The Sledge on the Slope or: Energy in the Economy, and the Paradox of Theory and Policy

Reiner Kümmel, Dietmar Lindenberger
February 2013
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04Prices vs. Quantities: Incentives for renewable power generation – numerical analysis for the European power market

Stephan Nagl
February 2013
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03Port Competition and Welfare Effect of Strategic Privatization

Achim Czerny, Felix Höffler, Se-il Mun
January 2013
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02What Drives Natural Gas Prices? – A Structural VAR Approach

Sebastian Nick, Stefan Thoenes
January 2013
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01Incomplete Information in Cournot Oligopoly: The Case of Unknown Production Capacities

Jan Richter
January 2013
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2012

17Using Supervised Environmental Composites in Production and Efficiency Analyses: An Application to Norwegian Electricity Networks

Luis Orea, Christian Growitsch, Tooraj Jamasb
December 2012
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16Does subsidizing investments in energy efficiency reduce energy consumption? Evidence from Germany

Caroline Dieckhöner
December 2012
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15Greenhouse Gas Abatement Cost Curves of the Residential Heating Market – a Microeconomic Approach

Caroline Dieckhöner, Harald Hecking
December 2012
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14Crude Oil Price Shocks and Stock Returns: Evidence from Turkish Stock Market under Global Liquidity Conditions

Istemi Berk, Berna Aydogan
December 2012
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13Der Merit-Order-Effekt der erneuerbaren Energien – Analyse der kurzen und langen Frist

Michaela Fürsch, Raimund Malischek, Dietmar Lindenberger
September 2012
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12Decarbonizing Europe’s power sector by 2050 – Analyzing the implications of alternative decarbonization pathways

Cosima Jägemann, Michaela Fürsch, Simeon Hagspiel, Stephan Nagl
September 2012
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11Strategic Behaviour in International Metallurgical Coal Markets

Johannes Trüby
September 2012
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10Attention, Media and Fuel Efficiency

Timo Gores, Stefan Thoenes
August 2012
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09The NEULING Model

Barbara Burstedde
August 2012
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08From Nodal to Zonal Pricing – A Bottom-Up Approach to the Second-Best

Barbara Burstedde
June 2012
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07Optimization of power plant investments under uncertain renewable energy development paths – A multistage stochastic programming approach

Michaela Fürsch, Stephan Nagl, Dietmar Lindenberger
May 2012
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06The influence of spatial effects on wind power revenues under direct marketing rules

Oliver Grothe, Felix Müsgens
April 2012
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05COLUMBUS – A global gas market model

Harald Hecking, Timo Panke
April 2012
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04Price Convergence and Information Efficiency in German Natural Gas Markets

Christian Growitsch, Marcus Stronzik, Rabindra Nepal
March 2012
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03The role of grid extensions in a cost-efficient transformation of the European electricity system until 2050

Michaela Fürsch, Simeon Hagspiel, Cosima Jägemann, Dietmar Lindenberger, Stephan Nagl, Eckehard Tröster
February 2012
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02How are investment decisions in the steam coal market affected by demand uncertainty and buyer-side market power?

Moritz Paulus
February 2012
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01The costs of electricity systems with a high share of fluctuating renewables – a stochastic investment and dispatch optimization model for Europe

Stephan Nagl, Michaela Fürsch, Dietmar Lindenberger
January 2012
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2011

14Natural Gas in Road Transportation – A Low-emission Bridging Technology?

Hanna Wang-Helmreich, Stefan Lochner
November 2011
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13Transport and CO2: Productivity Growth and Carbon Dioxide Emissions in the European Commercial Transport Industry

Lisann Krautzberger, Heike Wetzel
October 2011
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12German nuclear policy reconsidered : Implications for the electricity market

Michaela Fürsch, Dietmar Lindenberger, Raimund Malischek, Stephan Nagl, Timo Panke, Johannes Trüby
October 2011
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11Energy and the state of nations

Dietmar Lindenberger, Reiner Kümmel
October 2011
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10A methodology to estimate security of supply in electricity generation: results for Germany until 2030 given a high level of intermittent electricity feed-in

Moritz Paulus, Katharina Grave, Dietmar Lindenberger
September 2011
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09On the interaction between product markets and markets for production capacity: The case of the electricity industry

Jan Richter
September 2011
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08The economic value of storage in renewable power systems – the case of thermal energy storage in concentrating solar plants

Stephan Nagl, Michaela Fürsch, Cosima Jägemann, Marc Oliver Bettzüge
August 2011
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07Ownership Unbundling of Gas Transmission Networks – Empirical Evidence

Christian Growitsch, Marcus Stronzik
August 2011
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06Understanding the determinants of electricity prices and the impact of the German Nuclear Moratorium in 2011

Stefan Thoenes
July 2011
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05Spatial dependence in wind and optimal wind power allocation: a copula based analysis

Oliver Grothe, Julius Schnieders
May 2011
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04Nations as Strategic Players in Global Commodity Markets: Evidence from World Coal Trade

Moritz Paulus, Johannes Trüby, Christian Growitsch
April 2011
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03DIMENSION – A Dispatch and Investment Model for European Electricity Markets

Jan Richter
April 2011
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02Market structure scenarios in international steam coal trade

Johannes Trüby, Moritz Paulus
April 2011
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01Civil unrest in North Africa – Risks for natural gas supply?

Stefan Lochner, Caroline Dieckhöner
April 2011
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2010

07Simulating security of supply effects of the Nabucco and South Stream projects for the European natural gas market

Caroline Dieckhöner
December 2010
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06Scenarios for an Energy Policy Concept of the German Government

Stephan Nagl, Michaela Fürsch, Moritz Paulus, Jan Richter, Johannes Trüby, Dietmar Lindenberger
December 2010
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05Have Prices of Internationally Traded Steam Coal been Marginal Cost based?

Johannes Trüby, Moritz Paulus
October 2010
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04Global Steam Coal Supply Costs in the Face of Chinese Infrastructure Investment Decisions

Moritz Paulus, Johannes Trüby
September 2010
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03Efficiency Effects of Quality of Service and Environmental Factors: Experience from Norwegian Electricity Distribution

Christian Growitsch, Tooraj Jamasb, Heike Wetzel
August 2010
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02The renewable energy targets of the Maghreb countries: Impact on electricity supply and conventional power markets

Bernhard Brand, Jonas Zingerle
May 2010
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01Wind Power Integration, negative Prices and Power System Flexibility – An Empirical Analysis of extreme Events in Germany

Marco Nicolosi
March 2010
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2019

05Deutsche Klimaziele 2030 – zur Größe der Herausforderungen

Marc Oliver Bettzüge, Oliver Hennes
In: ZBW – Leibniz-Informationszentrum Wirtschaft / Wirtschaftsdienst, pp. 177-180.
[Link]

04Geschäftsmodelle zur Einbindung dezentraler Anlagen auf Haushaltsebene in Virtuelle Kraftwerke

Georg Holtz, Samir Jeddi, Johannes Fleer, Sascha Birk, Max Schönfisch, Dietmar Lindenberger, Thorsten Schneiders
In: et - Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen, Vol. 69 (3), pp. 33 - 36.
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03Grid Investment and Support Schemes for Renewable Electricity Generation

Johannes Wagner
In: The Energy Journal, Vol. 40 (2), pp. 195-220.
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02Natural Gas Transits and Market Power: The Case of Turkey

Simon Schulte, Florian Weiser
In: The Energy Journal, Vol. 40 (2), pp. 77-100.
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01LNG import quotas in Lithuania – Economic effects of breaking Gazprom’s natural gas monopoly

Simon Schulte, Florian Weiser
In: Energy Ecomomics, Vol. 78, pp. 174-181.
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2018

18Den Nicht-ETS-Bereich als das zentrale Handlungsfeld für nationale Klima- und Energiepolitik anerkennen

Marc Oliver Bettzüge
In: et - Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen, Vol. 68 (12), pp. 25 - 27.
[Link]

17Managing Electricity Price Modeling Risk via Ensemble Forecasting: The case of Turkey

Wolfgang Ketter, Ezgi Avci, Eric van Heck
In: Energy Policy, Vol. 123, pp. 390-403.
[Link]

16Zur aktuellen Kohleausstiegsdebatte: Den Markt in den Dienst des Klimaschutzes stellen

Dietmar Lindenberger
In: et - Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen, Vol. 68 (11), pp. 28 - 30.
[Link]

15Renewable energy cooperatives: Facilitating the energy transition at the Port of Rotterdam

Moritz Hentschel, Wolfgang Ketter, John Collins
In: Energy Policy, Vol. 121, pp. 61-69.
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14Information Systems for a Sustainable Smart Electricity Grid: Emerging Challenges and Opportunities

Wolfgang Ketter, John Collins, Ori Marom, Maytal Saar-Tsechansky
In: ACM Transactions on Management Information Systems, Vol. 9 (3), article no. 10.
[Link]

13Reliability in Multi-regional Power Systems: Capacity Adequacy and the Role of Interconnectors

Simeon Hagspiel, Andreas Knaut, Jakob Peter
In: The Energy Journal, Vol. 39 (5).
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12A Scalable Preference Model for Autonomous Decision-Making

Markus Peters, Maytal Saar-Tsechansky, Wolfgang Ketter, Sinead Williamson, Perry Groot, Tom Heskes
In: Machine Learning, Vol. 107 (6), pp. 1039-1068.
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11Synthetische Brennstoffe: Irrweg oder Ausweg?

Harald Hecking, Franzjosef Schafhausen
In: et - Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen, Vol. 68 (5), pp. 47-49.

10Die Zukunft der russischen Erdgastransite durch die Ukraine

Simon Schulte
In: et - Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen, Vol. 68 (4), pp. 59-60.

09Der Beitrag der Gasinfrastruktur für eine effiziente CO2-Vermeidung

Harald Hecking, Martin Hintermayer, Dominic Lencz
In: gwf Gas + Energie, Vol. 159, (4) 2018, pp. 42-46.
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08Electric Vehicle Virtual Power Plant Dilemma: Grid Balancing Versus Customer Mobility

Micha Kahlen, Wolfgang Ketter, Jan van Dalen
In: Production and Operations Management.
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07Gas- und Wärmeinfrastruktur ermöglichen flexible Erreichung der Klimaziele

Harald Hecking, Martin Hintermayer, Dominic Lencz
In: et - Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen, Vol. 68 (3), pp. 14-16.

06Perspektiven des Erdgastransits durch die Ukraine

Simon Schulte
In: Ukraine Analysen, pp. 15-17.
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05Auswirkungen von Nord Stream 2 auf die Gaspreise in Europa

Harald Hecking, Florian Weiser
In: et - Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen, Vol. 68 (1).
[Link]

04Nationale Klimaziele – Hürde und Chance für einen Klimakonsens

Marc Oliver Bettzüge
In: et - Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen, Vol. 68 (1), pp. 32-34.
[Link]

03Reliability with Interdependent Suppliers

Simeon Hagspiel
In: European Journal of Operational Research, Vol. 268 (1), pp. 161-173.
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02One Rate Does Not Fit All: An Empirical Analysis of Electricity Tariffs for Residential Microgrids

Gilbert Fridgen, Micha Kahlen, Wolfgang Ketter, Alexander Rieger, Robert Thimmel
In: Applied Energy, Vol. 210, pp. 800-814.
[Link]

01Regulation of Non-Marketed Outputs and Substitutable Inputs

Joachim Bertsch, Simeon Hagspiel
In: Journal of Regulatory Economics, Vol. 53 (2), pp. 174-205.
[Link]

2017

12Blockchain in der Energiewirtschaft

Joachim Bertsch
In: Public Sector aktuell, Winter 2017/2018.
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11Die essentielle Bedeutung von Energie für unseren Wohlstand muss transparenter werden

Dietmar Lindenberger
In: et - Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen, Vol. 67 (11), pp. 45-46.
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10Volkswirtschaftliche Einordnung des Beitrags der Kohle zur Energietransformation

Dietmar Lindenberger
In: et - Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen, Vol. 67 (9), pp. 19-22.
[Link]

09Economic Growth in the USA and Germany 1960-2013: The Underestimated Role of Energy

Dietmar Lindenberger, Florian Weiser, Tobias Winkler, Reiner Kümmel
In: BioPhysical Economics and Resource Quality, Vol. 2 (3), Article 10.
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08The Relevance of Grid Expansion under Zonal Markets

Joachim Bertsch, Tom Brown, Simeon Hagspiel, Lisa Just
In: The Energy Journal, Vol. 38 (5).
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07Aktuelle Entwicklungen auf den Kohle- und Gasmärkten und ihre Rückwirkungen auf die Merit Order

Harald Hecking, Eren Çam, Max Schönfisch, Simon Schulte
In: et - Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen, Vol. 67 (6), pp. 34-38.
[Link]

06Nord Stream 2: Gazproms Antwort auf einen strategischen Nachteil?

Harald Hecking, Simon Schulte
In: et - Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen, Vol. 67 (5), pp. 31-34.
[Link]

05An Economic Assessment of Turkey’s Future Role in European Oil and Gas Supply Security

Istemi Berk, Eren Çam, Simon Schulte
In: Turkey as an Energy Hub? Contributions on Turkey's Role in EU Energy Supply, pp. 143-186.
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04Geopolitical Dynamics in the European Gas Market from an Economic Perspective

Marc Oliver Bettzüge, Harald Hecking
In: Turkey as an Energy Hub? Contributions on Turkey's Role in EU Energy Supply, pp. 125-142.
[Link]

03Re-energizing energy supply: Electrolytically-produced hydrogen as a flexible energy storage medium and fuel for road transport

Bernd Emonts, Sebastian Schiebahn, Klaus Görner, Dietmar Lindenberger, Peter Markewitz, Frank Merten, Detlef Stolten
In: Journal of power sources, Vol. 342, pp. 320 - 326 (2017); doi:10.1016/j.jpowsour.2016.12.073.
[Link]

02The Amenity Value of the British Climate

Helena Meier, Katrin Rehdanz
In: Urban Studies, Vol. 54 (5), pp. 1235-1262.
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01Modeling Strategic Investment Decisions in Spatial Markets

Stefan Lorenczik, Raimund Malischek, Johannes Trüby
In: European Journal of Operational Research, Vol. 256 (2), pp. 605-618.
[Link]

2016

19Congestion Management in Power Systems – Long-term Modeling Framework and Large-scale Application

Joachim Bertsch, Simeon Hagspiel, Lisa Just
In: Journal of Regulatory Economics, Vol. 50, pp. 290 - 327, doi:10.1007/s11149-016-9310-x.

18The Impact of German CO2 Reduction Targets on the European Electricity Market

Dietmar Lindenberger
In: VGB PowerTech, 11/2016, pp. 76 - 79.
[Link]

17Ökonomische Effekte eines deutschen Kohleausstiegs

Harald Hecking, Jürgen Kruse, Martin Paschmann, Alexander Polisadov, Theresa Wildgrube
In: et – Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen, Vol. 66 (11), pp. 27-29.
[Link]

16Zwischen Rhetorik und Realität – Perspektiven der deutschen Energiepolitik

Marc Oliver Bettzüge
In: et – Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen, Vol. 66 (10), pp. 8-13.
[Link]

15Flexibilization of Steam Power Plants as Partners for Renewable Energy Systems

Marcel Richter, Florian Möllenbruck, Frank Obermüller, Andreas Knaut, Florian Weiser, Hendrik Lens, Daniel Lehmann
In: Conference Proceedings Power Systems Computation Conference.
[Link]

14The Future of Nuclear Power in France: An Analysis of the Costs of Phasing-Out

Raimund Malischek, Johannes Trüby
In: Energy, Vol. 116, Part 1, pp. 908-921.
[Link]

13Ausbau der erneuerbaren Energien und der Wettbewerb zwischen leitungsgebundenen Infrastrukturen

Marc Oliver Bettzüge, Helena Schweter
In: EY Studie: Geschäftsmodelle 2020 - Wie in der Energiewirtschaft zukünftig noch Geld verdient werden kann, p. 30.
[Link]

12Ökonomische Effekte eines deutschen Kohleausstiegs

Harald Hecking
In: THEMEN:magazin ENERGIE, Vol. 3/4 2016, pp. 17-19.

11Greenhouse Gas Abatement Cost Curves of the Residential Heating Market: A Microeconomic Approach

Caroline Löffler, Harald Hecking
In: Environmental and Resource Economics, pp. 1-33, first online: 17 August 2016.
[Link]

10Test Your Invest! – Simulationsspiel auf dem BDEW-Kongress 2016

Joachim Bertsch, Lisa Just, Christian Tode
In: ew - Magazin für die Energiewirtschaft, Vol. 9/2016, pp. 22-24.

09Assessing market structures in resource markets – An empirical analysis of the market for metallurgical coal using various equilibrium models

Stefan Lorenczik, Timo Panke
In: Energy Economics, Vol. 59, pp. 179-187.
[Link]

08The Impact of German CO2 Reduction Targets on the European Electricity Market

Dietmar Lindenberger
In: World of Mining, Vol. 68 (5).

07Twenty-First Century, the Century of Coal? CO2 Prices to Curb Coal Demand

Harald Hecking
In: Oxford Journal of Economic Policy, Vol. 32(2), pp. 260-281.
[Link]

06Tanken Verbraucher durch die Markttransparenzstelle für Kraftstoffe wirklich günstiger?

Isabelle Buchholz, Christian Tode
In: et – Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen, Vol. 66(1/2), pp. 33-35.

05CO2-Vermeidungsziele für den deutschen Stromsektor im europäischen Kontext

Joachim Bertsch, Dietmar Lindenberger, Martin Paschmann, Johannes Wagner
In: VIK Mitteilungen, Vol. 1|2016, pp. 23-26.

04The Reference Forecast of the German Energy Transition – An Outlook on Electricity Markets

Andreas Knaut, Christian Tode, Dietmar Lindenberger, Raimund Malischek, Simon Paulus, Johannes Wagner
In: Energy Policy, Vol. 92, pp. 477-491, Vol. 92, pp. 477-491.
[Link]

03COP 21 – Euphorie, Ernüchterung und Perspektiven für globale Treibhausgasminderung

Marc Oliver Bettzüge, Jakob Peter
In: ifo Schnelldienst, Vol. 69 (3), pp. 26-29.
[Link]

02The Hidden Cost of Investment: The Impact of Adjustment Costs on Firm Performance Measurement and Regulation

Sebastian Nick, Heike Wetzel
In: Journal of Regulatory Economics, Vol. 49 (1), pp. 33-55.
[Link]

01Flexibility in Europe’s Power Sector – an Additional Requirement or an Automatic Complement?

Joachim Bertsch, Christian Growitsch, Stefan Lorenczik, Stephan Nagl
In: Energy Economics, Vol. 53, pp- 118-131, (EWI Working Paper 2013/10).
[Link]

2015

17Die Energiewirtschaft im Wandel – Herausforderungen und Strategien der Energieversorgungsunternehmen

Christian Growitsch, Lisa Just, Helena Schweter, Thomas Triebs, Heike Wetzel
In: et – Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen, Vol. 65 (10), pp. 57-60.

16Auswirkungen von deutschen CO2-Vermeidungszielen im europäischen Strommarkt

Joachim Bertsch, Dietmar Lindenberger, Martin Paschmann, Johannes Wagner
In: et – Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen, Vol. 65 (9), pp. 33-36.
[Link]

15Using Forward Contracts to Reduce Regulatory Capture

Felix Höffler, Sebastian Kranz
In: The Journal of Industrial Economics, Vol. 63 (4), pp. 598-624.
[Link]

14Effekte nationaler Emissionsminderungsziele im europäischen Strommarkt – Eine modellbasierte Analyse für Deutschland

Joachim Bertsch, Dietmar Lindenberger, Martin Paschmann, Johannes Wagner
In: Zeitschrift für Energiewirtschaft, Vol. 39 (3), pp. 163-170.
[Link]

13The Global Markets for Coking and Iron Ore – Complementary Goods, Integrated Mining Companies and Strategic Behavior

Harald Hecking, Timo Panke
In: Energy Economics, Vol. 52, Part A, pp. 26-28, Vol. 52, Part A, pp. 26-28.
[Link]

12The Economic Power of Energy and the Need to Integrate It with Energy Policy

Reiner Kümmel, Dietmar Lindenberger, Florian Weiser
In: Energy Policy, Vol. 86, pp. 833-843, Vol. 86, pp. 833-843.
[Link]

11Energy Prices, Technological Knowledge, and Innovation in Green Energy Technologies: a Dynamic Panel Analysis of European Patent Data

Jürgen Kruse, Heike Wetzel
In: CESifo Economic Studies, Vol 62 (3), pp. 397-425.
[Link]

10Preisvorhersage im Intraday-Markt auf Basis von Prognoseänderungen der Einspeisung aus Wind und Sonne

Helge Böschen, Andreas Knaut, Frank Obermüller, Christian Tode
In: et – Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen, Vol. 65 (8), pp. 31-33.

09Security of Supply in Europe during the Ukraine Crisis

Harald Hecking
In: ISPSW Strategy Series, Vol. 360..
[Link]

08The Costs of Power Interruptions in Germany: A Regional and Sectoral Analysis.

Christian Growitsch, Raimund Malischek, Sebastian Nick, Heike Wetzel
In: German Economic Review, Vol. 16 (3), pp. 307-323.
[Link]

07An Assessment of Mining Efficiency in Turkish Lignite Industry.

Volkan Ş. Ediger, Istemi Berk, Mücella Ersoy
In: Resources Policy, Vol. 45, pp. 44-51.
[Link]

06Crude Oil Price Shocks and Stock Returns: Evidence from Turkish Stock Market under Global Liquidity Conditions.

Berna Aydogan, Istemi Berk
In: International Journal of Energy Economics an Policy, Vol. 5 (1), pp. 54-68.
[Link]

05Potenzial von Power-To-Heat in Haushalt und Gewerbe.

Michael Prinz, Dietmar Lindenberger
In: e21, Vol. 1, pp. 22-25.

04Die Versorgungssicherheit Europas in der Ukrainekrise.

Harald Hecking
In: Energie für Deutschland. Fakten, Perpektiven und Positionen im globalen Kontext. Weltenergierat, pp.81-84, 2015, pp. 81-84.
[Link]

03Monitoring of Workers and Product Market Competition: The Role of Works Councils

Oliver Gürtler, Felix Höffler
In: Economic Inquiry, Vol. 53 (2), pp. 1366-1379.
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02Spatial Dependencies of Wind Power and Interrelations with Spot Price Dynamics.

Christina Elberg, Simeon Hagspiel
In: European Journal of Operational Research, Vol. 241 (1), pp. 260-272.
[Link]

01An embargo of Russian gas and security of supply in Europe

Harald Hecking, Christopher John, Florian Weiser
In: Zeitschrift für Energiewirtschaft : ZfE.,ISSN 0343-5377, ZDB-ID 1328918. - Bd. 39.2015, 1, S. 63-73, Vol. 39(1), pp. 63-73.
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2014

12How Energy Conversion Drives Economic Growth far from the Equilibrium of Neoclassical Economics.

Reiner Kümmel, Dietmar Lindenberger
In: New Journal of Physics, Vol. 16.
[Link]

11Wettbewerb der Flexibilitätsoptionen

Dietmar Lindenberger
In: e21, 6.14, pp. 18-19.

10Wie lässt sich der deutsche Exportüberschuss für Strom in 2013 erklären?

Christian Growitsch, Stephan Nagl, Jakob Peter, Christian Tode
In: et – Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen, Vol. 64 (11), pp. 38-41.
[Link]

09Energy Reference Forecast and Energy Policy Targets for Germany.

Christian Lutz, Dietmar Lindenberger, Michael Schlesinger, Christian Tode
In: Die Unternehmung, Vol. 68 (3), pp. 154-163.

08Risk Assessment of Investments in Energy-only and Capacity Markets.

Christian Growitsch, Lisa Just, Burkhard Pedell
In: Die Unternehmung, Vol. 68 (3), pp. 181-188.

07Energiereferenzprognose 2014.

Michael Schlesinger, Dietmar Lindenberger, Christian Lutz
In: et – Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen, Vol. 64 (10), pp. 27-31.
[Link]

06Developments of the German Heat Market of Private Households Until 2030: A Simulation Based Analysis.

Caroline Dieckhöner, Harald Hecking
In: Zeitschrift für Energiewirtschaft, Vol. 38 (2), pp. 117-130.
[Link]

05Eigenerzeugung und Selbstverbrauch von Strom – Stand, Potentiale und Trends.

Hubertus Bardt, Esther Chrischilles, Christian Growitsch, Simeon Hagspiel, Lisa Schaupp
In: Zeitschrift für Energiewirtschaft, Vol. 38 (2), pp. 83-99.
[Link]

04Promotion of Electricity from Renewable Energy in Europe Post 2020 – The Economic Benefits of Cooperation.

Michaela Unteutsch, Dietmar Lindenberger
In: Zeitschrift für Energiewirtschaft, Vol. 38 (1), pp. 47-64.
[Link]

03Supply Disruptions and Regional Price Effects in a Spatial Oligopoly – An Application to the Global Gas Market.

Christian Growitsch, Harald Hecking, Timo Panke
In: Review of International Economics, Vol. 22 (5), pp. 944-975.
[Link]

02Cost-Optimal Power System Extension under Flow-Based Market Coupling.

Simeon Hagspiel, Cosima Jägemann, Dietmar Lindenberger, Tom Brown, Stanislav Chrevatskiy, Eckehard Tröster
In: Energy, Vol. 66, pp. 654-666.
[Link]

01Optimization of power plants investments under uncertain renewable energy development paths: A multistage stochastic programming approach.

Michaela Fürsch, Stephan Nagl, Dietmar Lindenberger
In: Energy Systems, Vol. 5 (1), pp. 85-121.
[Link]

2013

05The underestimated contribution of energy to economic growth.

Robert U. Ayres, Jeroen C.J.M. van der Bergh, Dietmar Lindenberger, Benjamin Warr
In: Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, Vol. 27, pp. 79-88.
[Link]

04Decarbonizing Europe’s power sector by 2050 – Analyzing the economic implications of alternative decarbonization pathways.

Cosima Jägemann, Michaela Fürsch, Simeon Hagspiel, Stephan Nagl
In: Energy Economics, Vol. 40, pp. 622-636.
[Link]

03The Costs of Electricity Systems with a High Share of Fluctuating Renewables – A Stochastic Investment and Dispatch Optimization Model.

Stephan Nagl, Michaela Fürsch, Dietmar Lindenberger
In: The Energy Journal, Vol. 34(4), pp. 151-179.
[Link]

02The Role of Grid Extensions in a Cost-Efficient Transformation of the European Electricity System until 2050.

Michaela Fürsch, Simeon Hagspiel, Cosima Jägemann, Stephan Nagl, Dietmar Lindenberger, Eckehard Tröster
In: Applied Energy, Vol. 104, pp. 642-652.
[Link]

01European Natural Gas Infrastructure: The Impact of Market Developments on Gas Flows and Physical Market Integration.

Caroline Dieckhöner, Stefan Lochner, Dietmar Lindenberger
In: Applied Energy, Vol. 102, pp. 994-1003.
[Link]

2012

04German Nuclear Policy Reconsidered: Implications for the Electricity Market.

Michaela Fürsch, Dietmar Lindenberger, Raimund Malischek, Stephan Nagl, Timo Panke, Johannes Trüby
In: Economics of Energy & Environmental Policy, Vol. 1 (3).
[Link]

03Copula-Based Modeling of Stochastic Wind Power in Europe and Implications for the Swiss Power Grid.

Simeon Hagspiel, Antonis Papaemannouil, Matthias Schmid, Göran Andersson
In: Applied Energy, Vol. 96 (8), pp. 33-44.
[Link]

02Versorgungssicherheit marktkonform gewährleisten

Christina Elberg, Jan Richter
In: ew – Magazin für die Energiewirtschaft, Vol. 111 (19).

01A Method for Estimating Security of Electricity Supply from Intermittent Sources: Scenarios for Germany until 2030.

Moritz Paulus, Katharina Grave, Dietmar Lindenberger
In: Energy Policy, Vol. 46, pp. 193-202.
[Link]

2011

07Integration erneuerbarer Energien in die deutsche Stromversorgung im Zeitraum 2015 – 2020 mit Ausblick auf 2025. Katharina Grave, Dietmar Lindenberger et al.

Katharina Grave, Kaspar Knorr, Dietmar Lindenberger, Bernd Neddermann, Wilhelm Winter
In: Zeitschrift für Energiewirtschaft, Vol. 35 (2), pp. 139-153.
[Link]

06The Importance of Grid Extension in a High Wind Penetration Scenario for Europe until 2050.

Eckehard Tröster, Lukas Glotzbach, Thomas Ackermann, Michaela Fürsch, Cosima Jägemann, Stephan Nagl, Simeon Hagspiel, Dietmar Lindenberger
In: Proceedings of the 10th International Workshop on Large Scale Integration of Wind Power into Power Systems as well as on Transmission Networks for Offshore Wind Power Plants, Aarhus, Denmark.
[Link]

05Energy and the State of Nations

Dietmar Lindenberger, Reiner Kümmel
In: Energy, Vol. 36 (10), pp. 6010-6018.
[Link]

04Energy Policy Scenarios to Reach Challenging Climate Protection Targets in the German Electricity Sector until 2050.

Stephan Nagl, Michaela Fürsch, Moritz Paulus, Jan Richter, Johannes Trüby, Dietmar Lindenberger
In: Utilities Policy, Vol. 19(3), pp. 185-192.
[Link]

03Elektromobilität als CO2-Vermeidungsoption

Jan Richter, Dietmar Lindenberger
In: e|m|w, 4/2015, pp. 20–22.
[Link]

02Versorgungssicherheit in der Elektrizitätsversorgung

Dietmar Lindenberger, Moritz Paulus (mit Christoph Maurer, Albert Moser, Christian Linnemann)
In: Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen, Vol. 5/2011, pp. 22-24.
[Link]

01Energy Costs in Germany – Developments, Drivers and International Comparison

Michaela Fürsch, Stephan Nagl, Dietmar Lindenberger, J. Perner, Christoph Riechmann, Andreas Seeliger, Nadja Trhal
In: Zeitschrift für Energiewirtschaft, Vol. 35 (1), pp. 43–52.
[Link]

2010

04Simulating the Effects of European Natural Gas Infrastructure Developments.

Caroline Dieckhöner, Stefan Lochner, Dietmar Lindenberger
In: Oil Gas European Magazine, Vol. 36 (4), pp. 174–179.

03Szenarien für ein Energiekonzept der Bundesregierung.

Dietmar Lindenberger, Christian Lutz, Michael Schlesinger
In: Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen, Vol. 11/2010, pp. 32–35.

02Thermodynamic Laws, Economic Methods, and the Productive Power of Energy.

Reiner Kümmel, Robert U. Ayres, Dietmar Lindenberger
In: Journal of Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics, Vol. 35(2).
[Link]

01The Impact of Recent Gas Market Developments on Long-Term Projections for Global Gas Supply.

Stefan Lochner, Jan Richter
In: Zeitschrift für Energiewirtschaft, Vol. 34(1), pp. 61–69.
[Link]

2018

04Essays on Renewable Energy in Liberalized Electricity Markets

Johannes Wagner
[Link]

03Incentives to value the dispatchable fleet’s operational flexibility across energy markets

Eglantine Künle
[Link]

02Four Essays on Imperfections in Energy Markets

Florian Weiser
[Link]

01Essays in Energy Economics

Simon Paulus
[Link]

2017

04Essays on the Efficient Integration of Renewable Energies into Electricity Markets

Frank Obermüller
[Link]

03Essays on market design and strategic behaviour in energy markets

Stefan Lorenczik
[Link]

02Five Essays on the Economics of Short-term Power System Flexibility.

Martin Paschmann
[Link]

01Essays on the Integration of Renewables in Electricity Markets.

Andreas Knaut
[Link]

2016

06Essays on market design and regulation in electricity systems

Joachim Bertsch
[Link]

05How the Behavior of Consumers and Firms Influences the Effectiveness of Policy Instruments Tackling Climate Change. Three Essays in Economics


[Link]

04Empirical Essays on Energy, the Environment, and Innovation

Jürgen Kruse
[Link]

03Essays in Energy Economics

Raimund Malischek
[Link]

02Essays on the Economics and Regulatory Design of Power Systems

Simeon Hagspiel
[Link]

01Empirical Essays on the Price Formation in Resource Markets

Timo Panke
[Link]

2015

02Four Essays on the Economics of Energy and Resource Markets

Harald Hecking
[Link]

01Four Essays on the Economics of Oil and Gas Markets

Benjamin Tischler
[Link]

2014

05Essays on the Economics of Electricity Markets

Christina Elberg
[Link]

04Four Essays on Energy Prices and Resource Markets

Istemi Berk
[Link]

03Essays on the Economics of Decarbonization and Renewable Energy Support

Cosima Jägemann
[Link]

02Empirical Essays on Energy Economics and Firm Perfomance Measurement

Sebastian Nick
[Link]

01Essays on the Economics of Renewable Energy Policy

Michaela Unteutsch (geb. Fürsch)
[Link]

2013

06Four Essays on the Economics of Renewable Power Markets

Stephan Nikolaus Nagl
[Link]

05Empirical Essays on Energy Economics

Stefan Thoenes
[Link]

04Essays in Applied Microeconomics With Application to Electricity Markets

Jan Richter
[Link]

03Essays on the Economics of Energy Markets – Security of Supply and Greenhouse Gas Abatement

Caroline Dieckhöner
[Link]

02Essays on the Economics of Congestion Management – Theory and Model-based Analysis for Central Western Europe

Barbara Burstedde
[Link]

01Modelling and Analysis of Global Coal Markets

Johannes Trueby
[Link]

2012

06A cost-efficient expansion of renewable energy sources in the European electricity system – an integrated modelling approach with a particular emphasis on diurnal and seasonal patterns

Christiane Golling
[Link]

05The Economics of International Coal Markets. Dissertation, Energiewirtschaftliches Institut an der Universität zu Köln

Moritz Paulus
[Link]

04The Economics of Natural Gas Infrastructure Investments – Theory and Model-based Analysis for Europe

Stefan Lochner
[Link]

03Congestion and Redispatch in Germany. A model-based analysis of the development of redispatch

Ariette Nüßler
[Link]

02The Economics of Renewable Electricity Market Integration. An Empirical and Model-Based Analysis of Regulatory Frameworks and their Impacts on the Power Market

Marco Nicolosi
[Link]

01Die Ökonomik unterschiedlicher Ausbaudynamiken Erneuerbarer Energien im europäischen Kontext – eine modellbasierte Analyse

Ralf Wissen
[Link]

2007

01Identification and Prediction of Economic Regimes to Guide Decision Making in Multi-Agent Marketplaces

Wolfgang Ketter
[Link]

2005

01Der russische Erdgasmarkt zwischen Monopol und Liberalisierung

Dmitri Dronnikov
[Link]

1997

01Financial Innovation from a General Equilibrium Perspective

Marc Oliver Bettzüge
[Link]

2018

01Energie, Entropie, Kreativität. Was das Wirtschaftswachstum treibt und bremst. Springer 2018

Dietmar Lindenberger (mit R. Kümmel, N. Paech)
[Link]