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Diskussionspapiere 551 / 2006

A Strategic Model of European Gas Supply (GASMOD)

Structural changes in the European natural gas market such as liberalization, increasing demand, and growing import dependency have triggered new attempts to model this market accurately. This paper presents a model of the European natural gas supply, GASMOD, which is structured as a two-stagegame of successive natural gas exports to Europe (upstream market) and wholesale trade within Europe (downstream ...

2006| Franziska Holz, Christian von Hirschhausen, Claudia Kemfert
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Applied Economic-Environment-Energy Modelling for Quantitative Impact Assessment

In: Pieter Valkering, Bas Amelung, Rutger van der Brugge, Jan Rotmans (Eds.) , More Puzzle-solving for Policy
S. 25-41
| Claudia Kemfert
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Impact Assessment of Emissions Stabilization Scenarios with and without Induced Technological Change

The main aim of this paper is to investigate quantitatively the economic impacts of emissions stabilization scenarios with and without the inclusion of induced technological change (ITC). Improved technological innovations are triggered by increased research and development (R&D) expenditures that advance energy efficiencies. Model results show that ITCs due to increased investment in R&D reduce compliance ...

In: Energy Policy 35 (2007), 11, S. 5337-5345 | Claudia Kemfert, Truong P. Truong
Weekly Report 3 / 2007

Comprehensive Package of Climate Protection Measures Could Substantially Decrease Cost of Emission Reductions in Germany

Seeking to play a pioneering role in climate protection, the European Union has decided to pursue a reduction of at least 20% in greenhouse-gas emissions (on 1990 levels) by the year 2020. Moreover, Europe has declared its willingness to commit itself to emission reductions of 30% over the same period if other developed countries commit themselves to similar targets and if developing countries also ...

2007| Claudia Kemfert, Thure Traber, Truong P. Truong
Weekly Report 18 / 2009

The European Natural Gas Market: Imports to Rise Considerably

Since the late 1990s, natural gas has been the second most important source of energy in the European Union after oil. Current forecasts predict that the demand for natural gas will continue to rise over the long term. As the production of natural gas in the EU has already passed its peak and will drop in coming years, natural gas imports will have to rise considerably. To ensure according supplies ...

2009| Hella Engerer, Manfred Horn
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The Role of Technological Change for a Sustainable Development: Editorial

Technological change has become a major focus in environmental policy as well as in energy and climate policy. Indeed, there is a growing body of knowledge about how and in which direction technological change might have an impact on environmental resource constraints and how environmental policy might have an impact on this direction. In this article we introduce the contributions to this special ...

In: Ecological Economics 54 (2005), 2-3, S. 133-147 | Herman R. J. Vollebergh, Claudia Kemfert
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Introducing Environmental Externalities into Transport Pricing: Measurement and Implications

It is European Commission policy to charge modes of transport according to the marginal social cost of their use of the infrastructure, including environmental costs. However, progress in implementing this process has been slow, partly because of the difficulty of measuring and valuing these costs. This need has led to a great deal of research in this area in recent years. The paper presents the results ...

In: Transport Reviews 26 (2006), 4, S. 389-415 | Peter Bickel, Rainer Friedrich, Heike Link, Louise Stewart, Chris Nash
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Handeln ist billiger: die ökonomischen Kosten des Klimawandels und des Klimaschutzes

In: Forschung & Lehre (2007), 2, S. 74 | Claudia Kemfert

Energy Balances

Aktuelles Projekt| Energie, Verkehr, Umwelt
DIW Wochenbericht 17 / 2009

Erdgas für Europa: die Importe steigen deutlich

Seit Ende der 90er Jahre ist Erdgas in der Europäischen Union nach Mineralöl der zweitwichtigste Energieträger. Nach den vorliegenden Prognosen wird die Nachfrage nach Erdgas langfristig weiter steigen. Da die Erdgasgewinnung in der EU ihren Höhepunkt bereits überschritten hat und stark zurückgehen wird, müssen die Erdgasimporte deutlich zunehmen. Dies ist langfristig auch möglich, da in wirtschaftlicher ...

2009| Hella Engerer, Manfred Horn
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