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    Loss of Russian natural gas can be compensated for

    23.05.2024
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    What could the electricity mix look like in 2030?

    08.05.2024
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    Less natural gas, left over pipelines, to be managed by the municipalities

    02.04.2024
  • Brown Bag Seminar Industrial Economics

    Firm Heterogeneity and Carbon Leakage in the Production Network

    27.03.2024| Robin Sogalla, DIW Berlin
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    Energy transformation in France: too much dependence on nuclear power

    06.02.2024
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Measuring Total Carbon Pricing

    While countries increasingly commit to pricing greenhouse gases directly through carbon taxes or emissions trading systems, indirect forms of carbon pricing-such as fuel excise taxes and fuel subsidy reforms-remain important factors affecting the mitigation incentives in an economy. Taken together, how can policy makers think about the overall price signal for carbon emissions and the incentive it ...

    In: The World Bank Research Observer (2024) im Ersch. [Online first: 2023-10-06] | Paolo Agnolucci, Carolyn Fischer, Dirk Heine, Mariza Montes de Oca Leon, Joseph Pryor, Kathleen Patroni, Stéphane Hallegatte
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Energy Transition Metals: Bottleneck for Net-Zero Emissions?

    The energy transition requires substantial amounts of metals, including copper, nickel, cobalt, and lithium. Are these metals a bottleneck? We identify metal-specific demand shocks, estimate supply elasticities, and study the price impact of the transition in a structural scenario analysis. Prices of these four metals would reach previous historical peaks but for an unprecedented, sustained period ...

    In: Journal of the European Economic Association 22 (2024), 1, S. 200–229 | Lukas Boer, Andrea Pescatori, Martin Stuermer
  • Other refereed essays

    Energy Asset Stranding in Resource-Rich Developing Countries and the Just Transition: A Framework to Push Research Frontiers

    Climate policy will inevitably lead to the stranding of fossil energy assets such as production and transport assets for coal, oil, and natural gas. Resource-rich developing countries are particularly affected, as they have a higher risk of asset stranding due to strong fossil dependencies and wider societal consequences beyond revenue disruption. However, there is only little academic and political ...

    In: Frontiers in Environmental Economics 3 (2024), 1273315, 18 S. | Franziska M. Hoffart, Franziska Holz
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Decommissioning of Commercial Nuclear Power Plants: Insights from a Multiple-Case Study

    The decommissioning of nuclear power plants is a complex and lengthy process. But so far, of the 204 already closed reactors, only eleven with more than 100 MW of electrical capacity have been fully decommissioned, while another 200 reactors are expected to reach the end of their operational lifetime in the next two decades. Against this backdrop, this comparative cross-country case study investigates ...

    In: Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 201 (2024), 114621, 16 S. | Rebekka Bärenbold, Muhammad Maladoh Bah, Rebecca Lordan-Perret, Björn Steigerwald, Christian von Hirschhausen, Ben Wealer, Hannes Weigt, Alexander Wimmers
  • Diskussionspapiere 2092 / 2024

    Cream-skimming through PPAs – Interactions between Private and Public Long-term Contracts for Renewable Energy

    Public support systems and private investments in renewable energy are increasingly existing side-by-side and are both emphasized in policy proposals on the European and national levels. This paper assesses the interaction between the two approaches with respect to cream-skimming, i.e., the potential for low-cost projects to sign private contracts that increase the costs of publicly supported renewable ...

    2024| Mats Kröger
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