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  • Referierte Aufsätze Web of Science

    Renewable Energy Support, Negative Prices, and Real-Time Pricing

    We analyze the welfare effects of two different renewable support schemes designed to achieve a given target for the share of fluctuating renewable electricity generation: a feed-in premium (FiP), which can induce negative wholesale prices, and a capacity premium (CP), which does not. For doing so we use a stylized economic model that differentiates between real-time and flat-rate pricing and is loosely ...

    In: The Energy Journal 37 (2016), SI3, S. 147-169 | Michael Pahle, Wolf-Peter Schill, Christian Gambardella, Oliver Tietjen
  • Referierte Aufsätze Web of Science

    A Coordinated Strategic Reserve to Safeguard the European Energy Transition

    In Germany and beyond, various capacity mechanisms are currently being discussed with a view to improving the security of electricity supply. One of these mechanisms is a strategic reserve that retains generation capacity for use in times of critical supply shortage. We argue that strategic reserves have specific advantages compared to other capacity mechanisms in the context of the European energy ...

    In: Utilities Policy 41 (2016), S. 252-263 | Karsten Neuhoff, Jochen Diekmann, Friedrich Kunz, Sophia Rüster, Wolf-Peter Schill, Sebastian Schwenen
  • Referierte Aufsätze Web of Science

    Power System Transformation toward Renewables: An Evaluation of Regulatory Approaches for Network Expansion

    We analyze various regulatory regimes for electricity transmission investment in the context of a power system transformation toward renewable energy. Distinctive developments of the generation mix are studied, assuming that a shift toward renewables may have temporary or permanent impacts on network congestion. We specifically analyze the relative performance of a combined merchant-regulatory price-cap ...

    In: The Energy Journal 36 (2015), 4, S. 105-128 | Jonas Egerer, Juan Rosellón, Wolf-Peter Schill
  • Referierte Aufsätze Web of Science

    Power System Impacts of Electric Vehicles in Germany: Charging with Coal or Renewables

    We analyze the impacts of future scenarios of electric vehicles (EVs) on the German power system, drawing on different assumptions on the charging mode. We find that the impact on the load duration curve strongly differs between charging modes. In a fully user-driven mode, charging largely occurs during daytime and in the evening, when power demand is already high. User-driven charging may thus have ...

    In: Applied Energy 156 (2015), S. 185-196 | Wolf-Peter Schill, Clemens Gerbaulet
  • Referierte Aufsätze Web of Science

    On the Representation of Demand-Side Management in Power System Models

    DSM (demand-side management) merits increased attention by power system modelers. Numerical models should incorporate DSM constraints in a complete and consistent way. Otherwise, flawed DSM patterns and distorted conclusions on the system benefits of demand-side management are inevitable. Building on a model formulation put forward by Göransson et al. (2014), it is first suggested to include an additional ...

    In: Energy 84 (2015), S. 840-845 | Alexander Zerrahn, Wolf-Peter Schill
  • Referierte Aufsätze Web of Science

    Testing Regulatory Regimes for Power Transmission Expansion with Fluctuating Demand and Wind Generation

    Adequate extension of electricity transmission networks is required for integrating fluctuating renewable energy sources, such as wind power, into electricity systems. We study the performance of different regulatory approaches for network expansion in the context of realistic demand patterns and fluctuating wind power. In particular, we are interested in the relative performance of a combined merchant-regulatory ...

    In: Journal of Regulatory Economics 47 (2015) 1, S. 1-28 | Wolf-Peter Schill, Jonas Egerer, Juan Rosellón
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    Residual Load, Renewable Surplus Generation and Storage Requirements in Germany

    I examine the effects of increasing amounts of fluctuating renewable energy on residual load, which is defined as the difference between actual power demand and the feed-in of non-dispatchable and inflexible generators. I draw on policy-relevant scenarios for Germany and make use of extensive sensitivity analyses. Whereas yearly renewable surplus energy is low in most scenarios analyzed, peak surplus ...

    In: Energy Policy 73 (2014), S. 65-79 | Wolf-Peter Schill
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    Economic Effects of Renewable Energy Expansion: A Model-Based Analysis for Germany

    The increasing utilization of renewable energy sources (RES) is a major energy policy strategy in many countries worldwide. Germany is a forerunner in the deployment of RES and has ambitious goals for the future. The support and use of renewables affects the economy: It creates business opportunities in sectors producing renewable energy facilities, but comes with costs related to supporting its deployment. ...

    In: Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 40 (2014), S. 1070-1080 | Jürgen Blazejczak, Frauke G. Braun, Dietmar Edler, Wolf-Peter Schill
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    Electric Vehicles in Imperfect Electricity Markets: The Case of Germany

    We use a game-theoretic model to analyze the impacts of a hypothetical fleet of plug-in electric vehicles on the imperfectly competitive German electricity market. Electric vehicles bring both additional demand and additional storage capacity to the market. We determine the effects on prices, welfare, and electricity generation for various cases with different players in charge of vehicle operations. ...

    In: Energy Policy 39 (2011), 10, S. 6178-6189 | Wolf-Peter Schill
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    Practicalities of Individual Producer Responsibility under the WEEE Directive: Experiences in Germany

    In theory, individual producer responsibility (IPR) creates incentives for "design-for-recycling". Yet in practice, implementing IPR is challenging, particularly if applied to waste electric and electronic equipment. This article discusses different options for implementing IPR schemes and producers' under German WEEE legislation. In addition, practical aspects of a German "return share" brand sampling ...

    In: Waste Management & Research 29 (2011), 9, S. 931-944 | Vera Susanne Rotter, Perrine Chancerel, Wolf-Peter Schill
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