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Priority for private persons in public electric power supply; Vorrang fuer Private in der oeffentlichen Energieversorgung

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Abstract

In the list of vitally necessary goods, electric power is at the top without any doubt. Has electric power supply therefore be taken by the public ownership? Somebody, who has a look on the conditions in Germany might gain this impression. The old Federal states and their communities are considerably involved in the public electric power supply as holders or share holders. In the new states, the structures are also in this field in a radical change. On the local level tendencies are intensified to transfer the electric power supply to own urban power stations. The discussion about this provides the impression that ideologic points of view play a bigger role than factual arguments. This study want to contribute to objectification. An investigation is made, whether the experiences in the old states speak for or against the fact that the public ownership - and thus the communities - is involved in the public energy supply also in the new states. (orig.). [Deutsch] In der Liste der lebensnotwendigen Gueter steht Elektrizitaet heute zweifellos ganz weit oben. Muss die Elektrizitaetsversorgung deshalb von der oeffentlichen Hand wahrgenommen werden? Wer sich die Verhaeltnisse in Deutschland anschaut, koennte diesen Eindruck gewinnen. Die alten Bundeslaender und  More>>
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Publication Date:
Feb 01, 1992
Product Type:
Miscellaneous
Report Number:
ETDE-mf-93744514
Reference Number:
SCA: 296000; PA: DE-92:016257; SN: 93000905986
Resource Relation:
Other Information: PBD: Feb 1992
Subject:
29 ENERGY PLANNING, POLICY AND ECONOMY; ENERGY SUPPLIES; FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY; PUBLIC UTILITIES; OWNERSHIP; ELECTRIC POWER; RELIABILITY; COMPARATIVE EVALUATIONS; PRICES; ECONOMICS; LEGAL ASPECTS; RECOMMENDATIONS; 296000
OSTI ID:
10106574
Research Organizations:
Bund der Steuerzahler e.V., Wiesbaden (Germany). Karl-Braeuer-Institut
Country of Origin:
Germany
Language:
German
Other Identifying Numbers:
Other: ON: DE93744514; TRN: DE9216257
Availability:
OSTI; NTIS (US Sales Only)
Submitting Site:
DE
Size:
87 p.
Announcement Date:
Jun 30, 2005

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Stern, V. Priority for private persons in public electric power supply; Vorrang fuer Private in der oeffentlichen Energieversorgung. Germany: N. p., 1992. Web.
Stern, V. Priority for private persons in public electric power supply; Vorrang fuer Private in der oeffentlichen Energieversorgung. Germany.
Stern, V. 1992. "Priority for private persons in public electric power supply; Vorrang fuer Private in der oeffentlichen Energieversorgung." Germany.
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title = {Priority for private persons in public electric power supply; Vorrang fuer Private in der oeffentlichen Energieversorgung}
author = {Stern, V}
abstractNote = {In the list of vitally necessary goods, electric power is at the top without any doubt. Has electric power supply therefore be taken by the public ownership? Somebody, who has a look on the conditions in Germany might gain this impression. The old Federal states and their communities are considerably involved in the public electric power supply as holders or share holders. In the new states, the structures are also in this field in a radical change. On the local level tendencies are intensified to transfer the electric power supply to own urban power stations. The discussion about this provides the impression that ideologic points of view play a bigger role than factual arguments. This study want to contribute to objectification. An investigation is made, whether the experiences in the old states speak for or against the fact that the public ownership - and thus the communities - is involved in the public energy supply also in the new states. (orig.). [Deutsch] In der Liste der lebensnotwendigen Gueter steht Elektrizitaet heute zweifellos ganz weit oben. Muss die Elektrizitaetsversorgung deshalb von der oeffentlichen Hand wahrgenommen werden? Wer sich die Verhaeltnisse in Deutschland anschaut, koennte diesen Eindruck gewinnen. Die alten Bundeslaender und ihre Gemeinden sind naemlich in erheblichem Umfang als Traeger oder Anteilseigner an der oeffentlichen Elektrizitaetsversorgung beteiligt. In den neuen Laendern sind die Strukturen auch in diesem Bereich im Umbruch. Auf kommunaler Ebene verstaerken sich dabei Tendenzen, die Stromversorgung eigenen Stadtwerken zu uebertragen. Die Diskussion darueber vermittelt den Eindruck, dass ideologische Standpunkte eine weit groessere Rolle spielen als Sachargumente. Die vorliegende Studie will zur Versachlichung beitragen. Untersucht wird, ob die Erfahrungen in den alten Laendern eher dafuer oder dagegen sprechen, dass sich die oeffentliche Hand - und damit insbesondere die Kommunen - auch in den neuen Laendern in der oeffentlichen Energieversorgung engagiert. (orig.).}
place = {Germany}
year = {1992}
month = {Feb}
}