Vorträge des DIW Berlin

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Modelling Economic Effects of the Renewable Energy Transition: The German Case

Many countries around the world are currently promoting the development and large-scale deployment of renewable energy technologies. Potential advantages of renewable energy include a lower dependency on scarce, imported fossil fuels, improved security of supply, and decreased emissions, in particular carbon emissions. While the benefits of renewable energy technologies are clear, the economic...

Jürgen Blazejczak, Frauke G. Braun, Dietmar Edler, Wolf-Peter Schill
Stockholm, Schweden, 19.06.2011 - 23.06.2011
| Institutions, Efficiency and Evolving Energy Technologies: 34th IAEE International Conference
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Regulated Expansion of Electricity Transmission Networks: The Effect of Fluctuating Wind Generation

Growing shares of fluctuating wind power increase the need to expand existing electricity transmission networks. At the same time, the natural monopoly character of transmission networks requires economic regulation of investments. In this article, we study the effects of different regulatory regimes for transmission expansion with a model-based analysis for central Europe. In contrast to previous...

Juan Rosellón, Wolf-Peter Schill, Jonas Egerer
Stockholm, Schweden, 19.06.2011 - 23.06.2011
| Institutions, Efficiency and Evolving Energy Technologies: 34th IAEE International Conference
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Regulated Expansion of Electricity Transmission Networks: The Effects of Fluctuating Demand and Wind Generation

Juan Rosellón, Wolf-Peter Schill, Jonas Egerer
Toulouse, Frankreich, 15.06.2011 - 16.06.2011
| The Economics of Energy Markets: Institut d'Economie Industrielle (IDEI) and Toulouse School of Economics
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Regulated Transmission Expansion in Electricity Networks: The Effects of Fluctuating Demand and Wind Generation

Wolf-Peter Schill, Juan Rosellón, Jonas Egerer
Berlin, 09.10.2010 - 09.10.2010
| 9th Conference on Applied Infrastructure Research: INFRADAY 2010
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Modeling Strategic Electricity Storage: The Case of Pumped Hydro Storage in Germany

We develop a game-theoretic electricity market model that allows analyzing strategic electricity storage in an imperfect market setting. We apply the model to Germany and examine different cases of pumped hydro storage operation. We find that introducing storage smoothes market prices and increases consumer rent and overall welfare. Electricity producers generally suffer from storage. The...

Wolf-Peter Schill, Claudia Kemfert
Glasgow, Großbritannien, 23.08.2010 - 26.08.2010
| 25th Annual Congress of the European Economic Association: EEA 2010
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Electric Vehicles in Imperfect Electricity Markets: A German Case Study

Wolf-Peter Schill
Dresden, 16.04.2010
| Institutions, Investments, and Regulation 2.0 - New Challenges for Energy Management and Policy: 5th Conference on Energy Economics and Technology - ENERDAY
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Strategic Storage with the Game-Theoretic Electricity Market Model EIStorM

Wolf-Peter Schill
Leuven, Belgien, 19.11.2009
| Young Energy Economists and Engineers Seminar
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Strategic Storage and Fluctuating Wind Power in a Game-Theoretic Electricity Market Model with Imperfect Competition

Wolf-Peter Schill, Claudia Kemfert
Wien, Österreich, 07.09.2009 - 10.09.2009
| Energy, Policies and Technologies for Sustainable Economies: 10th IAEE European Conference
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Strategic Storage and Fluctuating Wind Power in a Game-Theoretic Electricity Market Model with Imperfect Competition

Wolf-Peter Schill, Claudia Kemfert
Wien, Österreich, 07.09.2009
| 1st European PhD-Students Day: Accompanying the 10th IAEE European Conference
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The Policy Framework of European and German Electricity Markets: Some Spotlights with SSG Relevance

Wolf-Peter Schill
Berlin, 05.03.2009
| Electricity Markets and the SuperSmart Grid: Favourable Business Environments and Investment Incentives. Workshop
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