Thema Energiewirtschaft

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DIW Wochenbericht 8 / 2021

Zehn Jahre nach Fukushima – Kernkraft bleibt gefährlich und unzuverlässig

Der katastrophale Unfall im japanischen Kernkraftwerk Fukushima am 11. März 2011 brachte einmal mehr unerwartete Sicherheitsrisiken zutage und beschleunigte den Bedeutungsverlust von Kernkraft in der internationalen Energiewirtschaft. Ihr Anteil an der globalen Stromerzeugung fiel von vormals 17 Prozent (1996) über 13 Prozent (2011) auf circa zehn Prozent, der Anteil am Primärenergieverbrauch liegt ...

2021| Ben Wealer, Christian von Hirschhausen, Claudia Kemfert, Fabian Präger, Björn Steigerwald
DIW Wochenbericht 8 / 2021

Energiemodelle vernachlässigen Sicherheitsrisiken der Kernkraft: Interview

2021| Ben Wealer, Erich Wittenberg
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The EU ETS to 2030 and beyond: Adjusting the Cap in Light of the 1.5°C Target and Current Energy Policies

The Paris Agreement calls on countries to pursue efforts to limit global average temperature rise to 1.5°C. We derive a 2016–2050 emission budget for the EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) based on cost-effectiveness criteria aimed at achieving the 1.5°C target with a 50%–66% probability, and translate it into a cap reduction path. We show that, under current ETS parameters, the vast majority of ...

In: Climate Policy (2021), im Ersch. [online first: 2020-02-05] | Aleksandar Zaklan , Jakob Wachsmuth, Vicki Duscha
Zeitungs- und Blogbeiträge

Mythos Atomkraft: Bill Gates irrt gleich fünffach

In: Handelsblatt (16.02.2021), [Online-Artikel] | Claudia Kemfert, Christian von Hirschhausen
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A Real Chance for Transatlantic Partnership on Climate Policy

In: Intereconomics 56 (2021), 1, S. 20-22 | Claudia Kemfert
DIW Wochenbericht 9 / 2021

Warum Bill Gates sich bei der Atomkraft irrt: Kommentar

2021| Christian von Hirschhausen
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The U.S. Coal Sector between Shale Gas and Renewables: Last Resort Coal Exports?

Coal consumption and production have sharply declined in recent years in the U.S., despite political support. Reasons are mostly unfavorable economic conditions for coal, including competition from natural gas and renewables in the power sector, as well as an aging coal-fired power plant fleet. Nevertheless, coal remains a major energy source in the North American energy markets. Supplementing EMF34 ...

In: Energy Policy 149 (2021), 112097, 13 S. | Christian Hauenstein, Franziska Holz
SOEPpapers 1116 / 2021

Quantifying the Externalities of Renewable Energy Plants Using Wellbeing Data: The Case of Biogas

Although there is strong support for renewable energy plants, they are often met with local resistance. We quantify the externalities of renewable energy plants using well-being data. We focus on the example of biogas, one of the most frequently deployed technologies besides wind and solar. To this end, we combine longitudinal household data with novel panel data on more than 13, 000 installations ...

2021| Christian Krekel, Julia Rechlitz, Johannes Rode, Alexander Zerrahn
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