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  • 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
  • Externe Monographien

    Essays on Applied Microeconomics: Dissertation

    Berlin: Humboldt-Univ., 2020, 177 S. | Marica Valente
  • Workshop

    The role of energy storage in power sectors with fossil fuel phase-out

    The phase-out of fossil fuels, and a growing use of variable renewable energy sources, increase the flexibility needs of the power sector. In this context, different energy storage technologies become more relevant. Yet the role and use of electricity storage depends on many factors, for example technology costs and availabilities, as well as the level and flexibility of sector coupling strategies...

    09.10.2020| Sebastian Osorio, Mario Kendziorski, Leonard Göke, Wolf-Peter Schill, Carlos David Gaete Morales, Martin Kittel
  • Diskussionspapiere 1926 / 2021

    The Leniency Rule Revisited: Experiments on Cartel Formation with Open Communication

    The experimental literature on antitrust enforcement provides robust evidence that communication plays an important role for the formation and stability of cartels. We extend these studies through a design that distinguishes between innocuous communication and communication about a cartel, sanctioning only the latter. To this aim, we introduce a participant in the role of the competition authority, ...

    2021| Maximilian Andres, Lisa Bruttel, Jana Friedrichsen
  • Externe Monographien

    Phasing Out Fossil Fuels: How to Achieve a Just Transition?

    Berlin: Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung, 2020, 40 S.
    (Background Paper for the Forum Climate Economics 7)
    | Elmar Kriegler, Ramona Gulde, Arwen Colell, Jan C. Minx, Christian von Hirschhausen, Pao-Yu Oei, Paola Yanguas-Parra, Nico Bauer, Hanna Brauers, Lisa Hanna Broska, Elke Groh, Achim Hagen, Karlo Hainsch, Franziska Holz, Michael Hübler, Michael Jakob, Mohammad M. Khabbazan, Marian Leimbach, Niccolo Manych, Mariza Montes de Oca Leon, Nils Ohlendorf, Sebastian Osorio, Michael Pahle, Leo Reutter, Hawal Shamon, Jan Steckel, Jessica Strefler, Colin Vance, Stefan Vögele, Georg von Wangenheim, Paula Walk, Inga Wittenberg, Stefan Zundel
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    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
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Sustainable Development and Populism

    All 193 UN member states have pledged to achieve 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), following the guiding principle to leave no one behind. At the same time, rising populist movements increasingly influence the political debate in many countries by challenging multilateral cooperation and liberal democracy. This paper contains the first empirical study of the relationship between the SDGs and ...

    In: Ecological Economics 176 (2020), 106723 | Christian Kroll, Vera Zipperer
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    How Consumers Trade Off Supply Security and Green Electricity: Evidence from Germany and Great Britain

    The expansion of renewable energies requires infrastructure investments to at least maintain the stability of electricity grids. Using survey data from residential consumers in Germany and Great Britain, we infer in pecuniary terms the extent to which people are prepared to reward the presence of renewable resources in electricity production and how they trade off this change in the fuel mix against ...

    In: Energy Economics 84 (2019), Suppl. 1, 104528 | Christine Merk, Katrin Rehdanz, Carsten Schröder
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    The Political Economy of Coal in Poland: Drivers and Barriers for a Shift away from Fossil Fuels

    Poland is the largest hard coal and second largest lignite producer in the EU, generating around 80 percent of its electricity from coal. Resistance to a reduction in coal production and consumption comes from various actors, namely, coal corporations, unions, parts of civil society and the government – as well as their coalitions. Their opposition centres around the prospect of losing their business, ...

    In: Energy Policy 144 (2020) 111621, 12 S. | Hanna Brauers, Pao-Yu Oei
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Freedom Gas to Europe: Scenarios Analyzed Using the Global Gas Model

    State-of-the-art, open access numerical modeling of imperfectly competitive energy markets offers a sound and transparent way to address topical research questions in energy and commodity markets. We use an open access equilibrium model, the Global Gas Model (GGM), and sector-specific, politically motivated scenarios to investigate the prospects for sales of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the U.S. ...

    In: Research in International Business and Finance 58 (2021), 101460, 15 S. | Ruud Egging-Bratseth, Franziska Holz, Victoria Czempinski
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