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Berlin Seminar on Energy and Climate Policy

Energy and Climate Policy in Mexico in the aftermath of National Elections

In 2013, the Mexican government launched an ambitious reform package that meant to radically change the face of Mexico’s energy system. Besides reforming the oil and gas sectors, amongst others it also aimed at liberalizing the electricity ...

10.07.2018| César Alejandro Hernández, Senior Energy Analyst at International Energy AgencyJosé Imer Campos & Rodrigo Jiménez, Hertie School of Governance Heiner von Lüpke, DIW Berlin
Future Power Market Platform

Workshop on TSO-DSO-PX Cooperation II

Increasing shares of active consumers, distributed generators, new flexibility providers on the distribution network lead a need of coordination between TSO, DSOs and power exchanges.  In this workshop we would like to extend the discussion we ...

10.01.2018| Karsten NeuhoffJörn Richstein
Future Power Market Platform

Workshop on Zonal and Nodal Co-Existence

The question posed in this workshop is not whether zonal or nodal is better - but in the case some countries wish to go to a nodal system, how would that interact with the neighboring electricity markets. Interested countries argue that under ...

24.09.2018| Karsten NeuhoffJörn Richstein
Tages- und Wochenzeitschriften

CFD für günstige erneuerbare Energien

In: energate messenger (23.05.2018), [Online-Artikel] | Karsten Neuhoff, Nils May, Jörn Richstein
Diskussionspapiere 1766 / 2018

Modeling Coordination between Renewables and Grid: Policies to Mitigate Distribution Grid Constraints Using Residential PV-Battery Systems

Distributed photo-voltaic (PV) generation is one of the pillars of energy transitions around the world, but its deployment in the distribution grid requires costly reinforcements and expansions. Prosumage - consisting of a household-level PV unit ...

2018| Paul Neetzow, Roman Mendelevitch, Sauleh Siddiqui
DIW Wochenbericht 28 / 2018

Kostengünstige Stromversorgung durch Differenzverträge für erneuerbare Energien

Die Technologiekosten erneuerbarer Energien sind in den letzten Jahren stark gefallen. Es hängt jedoch vom Vergütungsrahmen ab, in welchem Umfang StromverbraucherInnen von diesen Kostensenkungen profitieren können. Berechnungen mit einem ...

2018| Nils May, Karsten Neuhoff, Jörn Richstein

Vergütung von erneuerbaren Energien: Differenzverträge sind die beste Option

Studie des DIW Berlin vergleicht vier verschiedene Vergütungsmodelle für erneuerbare Energien – Festhalten an gleitender Marktprämie würde zu steigenden Kosten führen – Bei Differenzverträgen profitieren die

Green Finance

Einfluss von Regulierung auf Finanzierungsbedingungen

Der Workshop behandelt die Effekte von Regulierungen, beispielsweise Einspeisemanagement und 6-Stunden-Regelung, auf die Finanzierungskonditionen von Investitionen in erneuerbare Energien. Zunächst gibt Eberhard Holstein (Digital Energy ...

Berlin Seminar on Energy and Climate Policy

Gas Transit through Ukraine – Discussing Ways Forward

The transit contract between Russia and Ukraine ends 31 December 2019. The future of Ukraine’s gas transit is uncertain, because export volumes are expected to be redirected through Nord Stream 2 and Turk Stream. Yet, gas transit through ...

29.08.2018| Edward C. Chow, Senior Fellow, Energy and National Security Program, CSIS, Washington Followed by comments fromHolgar Kolley, Deputy Head of Division, Federal Foreign OfficeStefan Rolle, Head of Division, Federal Ministry for Economics and EnergyGeorg Zachmann, Bruegel
Berlin Seminar on Energy and Climate Policy

The role of trade policy for implementing the Paris Agreement

Trade policy has been in the headline news throughout this year. At the same time, trade policy is capturing increasing attention in international climate policy debates, for example regarding the responsibilities of consumers for carbon embodied in ...

29.11.2018| Karsten Neuhoff
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