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Title: Pathways for Germany's Low-Carbon Energy Transformation Towards 2050
Authors: Hans-Karl, Bartholdsen
Keywords: Năng lượng; Tái tạo; Chính sách; Energy
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Đại học Bách khoa Hà Nội
Abstract: Describes three possible pathways for the transformation of the German energy system until 2050. The scenarios take into account current climate politics on a global, European, and German level and also include different demand projections, technological trends and resource prices. The model includes the sectors power, heat, and transportation and works on a Federal State level. For the analysis, the linear cost-optimizing Global Energy System Model (GENeSYS-MOD) is used to calculate the cost-efficient paths and technology mixes. We find that a reduction of CO2 of more than 80% in the less ambitious scenario can be welfare enhancing compared to a scenario without any climate mitigating policies. Even higher decarbonization rates of 95% are feasible and needed to comply with international climate targets, yet related to high effort in transforming the subsector of process heat. The different pathways depicted in this paper render chances and risks of transforming the German energy system under various external influences.
Description: Tài liệu được cung cấp theo giấy phép CC-BY 4.0
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ISSN: 1996-1073
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