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    Fossil Natural Gas Exit – A New Narrative for the European Energy Transformation towards Decarbonization

    This paper discusses the potential role of fossil natural gas (and other gases) in the process of the energy transformation in Europe on its way to complete decarbonization. Mainstream conventional wisdom has it that natural gas, perhaps in combination with other gases, should maintain an important role in the energy mix, first, as a “bridge fuel”, and then through a gradual transition toward decarbonized ...

    2020| Christian von Hirschhausen, Claudia Kemfert, Fabian Praeger
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    Substituting Clean for Dirty Energy: A Bottom-Up Analysis

    We fit CES and VES production functions to data from a numerical bottom-up optimization model of electricity supply with clean and dirty inputs. This approach allows for studying high shares of clean energy not observable today and for isolating mechanisms that impact the elasticity of substitution between clean and dirty energy. Central results show that (i) dirty inputs are not essential for production. ...

    In: Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists im Ersch. (2023), [online first: 2022-08-29] | Fabian Stöckl, Alexander Zerrahn
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    Renewable Energy Targets and Unintended Storage Cycling: Implications for Energy Modeling

    To decarbonize the economy, many governments have set targets for the use of renewable energy sources. These are often formulated as relative shares of electricity demand or supply. Implementing respective constraints in energy models is a surprisingly delicate issue. They may cause a modeling artifact of excessive electricity storage use. We introduce this phenomenon as “unintended storage cycling”, ...

    In: iScience 25 (2022), 4, 104002, 30 S. | Martin Kittel, Wolf-Peter Schill
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    Fossil Natural Gas Exit – A New Narrative for the European Energy Transformation towards Decarbonization

    This paper discusses the potential role of fossil natural gas in the process of the energy transformation in Europe on its way to decarbonization. Mainstream conventional wisdom has it that natural gas, perhaps in combination with other gases, should maintain an important role in the energy mix, first, as a "bridge fuel", and then through a gradual transition toward "decarbonized gases". However, when ...

    In: Economics of Energy and Environmental Policy 10 (2021), 2, S. 115-131 | Christian von Hirschhausen, Claudia Kemfert, Fabian Praeger
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    DIETERpy: A Python Framework for the Dispatch and Investment Evaluation Tool with Endogenous Renewables

    DIETER is an open-source power sector model designed to analyze future settings with very high sharesof variable renewable energy sources. It minimizes overall system costs, including fixed and variablecosts of various generation, flexibility and sector coupling options. Here we introduce DIETERpy thatbuilds on the existing model version, written in the General Algebraic Modeling System (GAMS),and ...

    In: SoftwareX 15 (2021), 100784, 7 S. | Carlos Gaete-Morales, Martin Kittel, Alexander Roth, Wolf-Peter Schill
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    DIETERpy: a Python framework for The Dispatch and Investment Evaluation Tool with Endogenous Renewables

    DIETER is an open-source power sector model designed to analyze future settings with very high shares of variable renewable energy sources. It minimizes overall system costs, including fixed and variable costs of various generation, storage and sector coupling options. Here we introduce DIETERpy that builds on the existing model version, written in the General Algebraic Modeling System (GAMS), and ...

    Ithaca: arXiv.org, 2020, 12 S.
    (arXiv ; 2010.00883)
    | Carlos Gaete-Morales, Martin Kittel, Alexander Roth, Wolf-Peter Schill, Alexander Zerrahn
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