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  • Weekly Report 24 / 2009

    Power from the Desert: Not a Mirage

    Energy policy is confronted by two major challenges. First, fossil fuels will become ever more scarce and expensive in coming years, a trend which will intensify conflicts for the control of natural resources. Second, the burning of fossil fuels-particularly coal-is leading to an increase in harmful greenhouse gas emissions. To address these challenges, the share of renewable energy in total energy ...

    2009| Claudia Kemfert, Wolf-Peter Schill
  • DIW Economic Bulletin 12/13 / 2017

    Decentralized Storage Installations Should Be Available for Further Market Interaction: Five Questions for Wolf-Peter Schill

  • DIW Economic Bulletin 12/13 / 2017

    Decentralized Solar Prosumage with Battery Storage: System Orientation Required

    Starting from a low level, in recent years the battery-supported self-consumption of solar electricity (solar prosumage) has grown significantly in Germany. Its growth is primarily due to the opposing trends in household electricity prices and feed-in tariffs in conjunction with government incentives for battery storage. Various benefits of solar prosumage speak to its positive potential in the German ...

    2017| Wolf-Peter Schill, Alexander Zerrahn, Friedrich Kunz, Claudia Kemfert
  • DIW Economic Bulletin 17 / 2015

    Electric Mobility Should Be Linked to an Additional Expansion of Renewables: Six Questions to Wolf-Peter Schill

  • DIW Economic Bulletin 17 / 2015

    Electromobility in Germany: CO2 Balance Depends on Charging Electricity

    The German government plans to significantly increase the deployment of electric vehicles. What impact would this have on the country’s power system and carbon emissions? This question was addressed as part of a European research project analyzing various scenarios up to 2030. One of the key findings of the study is that total annual power consumption of the four to five million electric vehicles (depending ...

    2015| Wolf-Peter Schill, Clemens Gerbaulet, Peter Kasten
  • DIW Economic Bulletin 10 / 2015

    Continued and Broad-Based Support for Research and Development of Power Storage Needed: Seven Questions to Wolf-Peter Schill

  • DIW Economic Bulletin 10 / 2015

    Power Storage: An Important Option for the German Energy Transition

    The German energy transition makes it necessary to increase flexibility in the electricity system. Different forms of power storage may play a part in this, yet there is competition with other options on the production or demand side. In the short term, the further expansion of electricity generation from fluctuating renewables will be possible in Germany without additional power storage facilities. ...

    2015| Wolf-Peter Schill, Jochen Diekmann, Alexander Zerrahn
  • DIW Economic Bulletin 4 / 2014

    Improved Energy Efficiency: Vital for Energy Transition and Stimulus for Economic Growth

    As part of the energy transition process, the German government has set far-reaching energy efficiency targets, including doubling the annual rate of building renovation to upgrade energy performance from one to two percent. DIW Berlin has estimated the additional energy-savings-related investment required to meet these targets and analyzed the impact this could have on the economy. In the long term, ...

    2014| Jürgen Blazejczak, Dietmar Edler, Wolf-Peter Schill
  • DIW Economic Bulletin 9 / 2013

    Energy Transition Calls for High Investment

    Achieving the objectives of the German governments 2010 Energy Concept and the accelerated phase-out of nuclear energy will require significant investment in restructuring energy supply. In particular, this includes investment in installations for the use of renewable energy sources in the power and heating sector, as well as in the infrastructure, such as power grids. In addition, substantial investment ...

    2013| Jürgen Blazejczak, Jochen Diekmann, Dietmar Edler, Claudia Kemfert, Karsten Neuhoff, Wolf-Peter Schill
  • DIW Economic Bulletin 8 / 2013

    Germany Must Invest More in Its Future

    Shortly before the parliamentary election in 2013, Germany is riding on a wave of euphoria: hardly any other euro country has weathered the financial and debt crisis so well. Since 2009, GDP has grown by over eight percent and 1.2 million new jobs have been created. Public finances were consolidated and, in 2012, there was a fiscal surplus of 0.2 percent of GDP. An impressive financial position indeed ...

    2013| S. Bach, G. Baldi, K. Bernoth, J. Blazejczak, B. Bremer, J. Diekmann, D. Edler, B. Farkas, F. Fichtner, M. Fratzscher, M. Gornig, C. Kemfert, U. Kunert, H. Link, K. Neuhoff, W.-P. Schill, C. K. Spieß
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