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The German Energy Transition and the Nuclear Phase-Out

On the Cost Efficiency of Wind Turbine Technologies, the Viability of Industrial Self-Supply, and the Effects of Decentralized Generation on the Electricity Grid


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The German Energy Transition and the Nuclear Phase-Out by Christopher Scheubel
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The three essays present analyses which contribute to the success of the turnaround in Germany's energy policy and its phasing-out of nuclear power. The first essay discusses the most profitable turbine technology for wind farms erected in the shape of a square. The second essay analyses configurations of independent industrial energy supply systems and supports the investment decisions of industrial companies that seek to minimise their energy supply costs. The third essay determines the influence of independent industrial energy supply on the whole electricity system.
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March 8th, 2017
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Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft
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