Langfristiger strukturwandel der energieversorgung in Deutschland: Ausbaupfade, kosten und nutzen der erneuerbaren energien

Translated title of the contribution: Energy supply. Expansion pathways costs, and uses of renewable energies. Long term structural change in the energy supply in Germany

Thomas Pregger, Joachim Nitsch, Ulrich Wagner

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Abstract

As a mission for the Federal Ministry of the Environment, Nature Protection, and Reactor Safety (BMU), the German Center for Air and Space Travel (DLR) has studied the pathways to develop the expansion of renewable energies. The study uses long-term scenarios and assesses the associated long-term economic effects. Discussion topics include introduction; characteristics of the future energy supply (electric power; heat requirements and generation; transportation and traffic]; costs and uses of expanded outputs of renewable energies; coupling of the energy infrastructures; and summary. Photograph, graph, and references.

Translated title of the contributionEnergy supply. Expansion pathways costs, and uses of renewable energies. Long term structural change in the energy supply in Germany
Original languageGerman
Pages6-14
Number of pages9
Volume63
No11
Specialist publicationBWK- Energie-Fachmagazin
StatePublished - 2011
Externally publishedYes

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