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Climate Protection Requirements: The Economic Impact of Climate Change

In: Andreas Bausch, Burkhard Schwenker (Eds.) , Handbook Utility Management
Berlin [u.a.] : Springer
S. 725-739
| Claudia Kemfert
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Greenhouse Gas Mitigation in a Carbon Constrained World: The Role of Carbon Capture and Storage

Carbon capture and storage (CCS) promises to allow for low-emissions fossil-fuel-based power generation. The technology is under development; a number of technological, economic, environmental and safety issues remain to be solved. CCS may prolong the prevailing coal-to-electricity regime and countervail efforts in other mitigation categories. Given the need to continue using fossil-fuels for some ...

In: Energy Policy 37 (2009), 12, S. 5081-5093 | Barbara Praetorius, Katja Schumacher
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Wrecking Bonus

In: European Energy Review 2 (2009), 3, S. 51 | Claudia Kemfert
Diskussionspapiere 857 / 2009

The Cost of Climate Change to the German Fruit Vegetation Sector

This paper applies the concept of damage coefficients introduced in Houba and Kremers (2008) to provide an estimate of the cost of climate change - in particular the cost of changes in mean regional temperature and precipitation - to the fruit vegetation sector. We concentrate on the production of apples in the German 'Alte Land' region. The estimated cost of climate change on apple-growing in the ...

2009| Claudia Kemfert, Hans Kremers
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Renewable Energy and Employment in Germany

The positive impacts of an increasing share of renewable energy on the mitigation of climate change as well as on the decrease of the dependency of energy imports are indisputable. However, one persistent problem for the German economy has been its high level of unemployment in the recent past. Therefore, any policy strategy will be measured also by its net impact on the labor market. The paper describes ...

In: Energy Policy 36 (2008), 1, S. 108-117 | Ulrike Lehr, Joachim Nitsch, Marlene Kratzat, Christian Lutz, Dietmar Edler
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The Dream and the Reality: Germany as Pioneer of Climate Protection

In: European Energy Review 1 (2008), 2, S. 38-41 | Claudia Kemfert
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Carbon Capture and Storage: Settling the German Coal vs. Climate Change Dispute?

In: International Journal of Environmental Technology and Management 9 (2008), 2/3, S. 176-202 | Corinna Fischer, Barbara Praetorius
Diskussionspapiere 809 / 2008

Green, Brown, and Now White Certificates: Are Three One Too Many? A Micromodel of Market Interaction

Our paper deals with modeling the effects of introducing a market-based tool for improving end-users' efficiency in an energy market which is already regulated through a cap-and-trade system for green house gas emissions and a quota system meant to improve competitiveness of energy produced using renewable resources. Our results show that the regulation of energy demand achieves its underlying objects ...

2008| Georg Meran, Nadine Wittmann
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Impacts of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme on the Industrial Competitiveness in Germany: Research Report 3707 41 501

How does emissions trading influence the competitiveness of the German industry? By increasing the costs of domestic production, emissions trading may induce the relocation of industrial production and the associated emissions – e.g. to non-EU countries with few or no climate protection regulations. On behalf of the German Emissions Trading Authority (DEHSt) at the Federal Environment Agency, the impacts ...

Dessau-Roßlau: Umweltbundesamt, 2008, 59 S.
(Climate Change ; 2008,10)
| Verena Graichen, Katja Schumacher, Felix Christian Matthes, Lennart Mohr, Vicky Duscha, Joachim Schleich, Jochen Diekmann
Diskussionspapiere 820 / 2008

Greenhouse Gas Mitigation in a Carbon Constrained World: The Role of Carbon Capture and Storage

In a carbon constrained world, at least four classes of greenhouse gas mitigation options are available: Energy efficiency, fuel switching, introduction of carbon dioxide capture and storage along with renewable generating technologies, and reductions in emissions of non-CO2 greenhouse gases. The role of energy technologies is considered crucial in climate change mitigation. In particular, carbon capture ...

2008| Barbara Praetorius, Katja Schumacher
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