Name of the study Klimaschutzszenario 2050. 2. Endbericht
Author, Institution Julia Repenning, Lukas Emele, Ruth Blanck, Hannes Böttcher, Günter Dehoust, Hannah Förster, Benjamin Greiner, Ralph Harthan, Klaus Henneberg, Hauke Hermann, Wolfram Jörß, Charlotte Loreck, Sylive Ludig, Felix Chri. Matthes, Margarethe Scheffler, Katja Schumachen, Kirsten Wiegmann, Carina Zell-Ziegler, Sibylle Braungardt, Wolfgang Eichhammer, Rainer Elsland, Tobias Fleiter, Johannes Hartwig, Judit Kockat, Ben Pfluger, Wolfgang Schade, Barbara Schlomann, Frank Sensfuß, Hans-Joachim Ziesing
Contact (e-mail) oedb@oeko.de
Client Bundesministerium für Umwelt, Naturschutz, Bau und Reaktorsicherheit
Source of funding public
Citation reference
Citation doi https://www.oeko.de/oekodoc/2451/2015-608-de.pdf
Aim Welche Emissionsminderung könnte erreicht werden, wenn die aktuelle Energie- und Klimapolitik fortgeschrieben wird? Welche Maßnahmen und Strategien sind notwendig, um die Klimaziele zu erreichen? Welche Kosten/Nutzen-Relationen ergeben sich daraus für die Verbraucher und die Volkswirtschaft?
New aspects Angesichts des dynamischen energiewirtschaftlichen und politischen Umfeldes wurden diese Szenarien über einen Zeitraum von drei Jahren jeweils jährlich aktualisiert. Die Ergebnisse der zweiten Modellierungsrunde dienten unter anderem wissenschaftliche Grundlage für die Erarbeitung des Klimaschutzplans 2050 sein.
Spatial / Geographical coverage Germany
Time frame 2020, 2030, 2050, 2040
target year
transformation path
Modeled energy sectors electricity, heat, liquid fuels, gas
Modeled demand sectors households, industry, commercial sector, transport
Economic (behavioural) rationale -
Technologies included PV, wind, hydro, biomass, biogas, solar thermal, gas, coal, oil, liquid fuels, nuclear, CHP, electricity, gas, heat
Economic focuses included -
Social focuses included -
Endogenous variables -
Sensitivities
Technologies included None
Exogenous time series used -
Technical data + usage -
Social data -
Economical data -
Ecological data -
Pre-Processing -
Name of the Scenario Klimaschutzszenario 95 (KS95)
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 -
Technological innovations -
Potential wind -
Potential solar electric -
Potential solar thermal -
Potential biomass -
Potential geothermal -
Potential hydro power -
Social developement https://openenergy-platform.org/dataedit/view/scenario/ksz2050_r2_ks95_parameters_assumptions
Economic development https://openenergy-platform.org/dataedit/view/scenario/ksz2050_r2_ks95_parameters_assumptions
Development of environmental aspects -
Post-processing
Further assumptions for post-processing
Uncertainty assessment -
Robustness -
Comparability / Validation -
Conclusions https://openenergy-platform.org/dataedit/view/scenario?query=KS95

If you find bugs or if you have ideas to improve the Open Energy Platform, you are welcome to add your comments to the existing issues on GitHub.
You can also fork the project and get involved.

Please note that the platform is still under construction and therefore the design of this page is still highly volatile!


Actions

Edit Scenario Edit Study

Tags