Name of the study Analysis of the energy system of Brandenburg and Berlin
Author, Institution Reiner Lemoine Institut
Contact (e-mail) ludwig.huelk@rl-institut.de
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Source of funding no funding
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Aim Simulation of the energy system in the German region Brandenburg and Berlin.
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Time frame 2020, 2030, 2050
target year
transformation path
Modeled energy sectors electricity, heat, liquid fuels, gas
Modeled demand sectors households, industry, commercial sector
Economic (behavioural) rationale single fictive decision-maker with perfect knowledge (perfect foresight optimization)
Technologies included PV, wind, biomass, biogas, solar thermal, gas, coal, oil, CHP
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Social focuses included -
Endogenous variables -
Sensitivities
Technologies included hour
Exogenous time series used feed-in, load-curves
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Pre-Processing -
Name of the Scenario Analysis of the energy system of Brandenburg and Berlin (Szenario 2)
Energy savingsnot estimated
Potential energy savingnot estimated
Emission reductionsnot estimated
Share RE (heat sector)not estimated
Share RE (mobility sector)not estimated
Share RE (power sector)not estimated
Share RE (total energy supply)not estimated
Cost development -
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Potential wind -
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Post-processing
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Conclusions Work in progress

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