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Energy efficiency. A constant challenge to science and practice. Proceedings. 2. ed.; Energieeffizienz. Eine stete Herausforderung an Wissenschaft und Praxis. Tagungsband

Abstract

Within the meeting ''Energy efficiency'' of the Research Center for Energy Economics (Munich, Federal Republic of Germany) from 12th to 13th May, 2011, at the Munich Residenz (Munich, Federal Republic of Germany) the following lectures were presented: (1) Innovation and research for an enhanced energy efficiency - New accents in the energy research politics of the Federal Government (Knut Kuebler); (2) Revolution of efficiency in the monastery St. Ottilien (Wolfgang Mauch); (3) From the maser plan to the local plan of energy utilization (Tobias Schmid); (4) The life cycle approach as a driver for innovative energy contracting (Alfred Gayer); (5) Energy efficiency networks (Anna Gruber); (6) Grid expansion for an enhanced utilization of renewable energies (Martin Fuchs); (7) Storage requirement in the electrical grid; (8) Scenarios for the development of the electromobility in Munich (Stephan Brunnert); (9) Li ion batteries for electrified automobiles - Demands and status (Peter Lamp); (10) Marketing of wind power (Serafin von Roon); (11) Demand side management in non-residential buildings (Johannes Jungwirth); (12) Energy future 2050 (Ulrich Wagner); (13) Decentral and renewable power generation (Ulli Arndt); (14) Electromobility - is that the future? (Markus Lienkamp); (14) Electric power - Reason or solution of the climate problem?  More>>
Authors:
Wagner, Ulrich [1] 
  1. ed.
Publication Date:
Jul 01, 2011
Product Type:
Conference
Report Number:
ETDE-DE-2617
Resource Relation:
Conference: FfE meeting ''Energy efficiency. A constant challenge to science and practice'', FfE-Fachtagung ''Energieeffizienz. Eine stete Herausforderung an Wissenschaft und Praxis'', Muenchen (Germany), 12-13 May 2011; Related Information: FfE-Schriftenreihev. v. 30
Subject:
32 ENERGY CONSERVATION, CONSUMPTION, AND UTILIZATION; BUILDINGS; CLIMATIC CHANGE; CONTRACT MANAGEMENT; ELECTRIC BATTERIES; ELECTRIC-POWERED VEHICLES; ENERGY EFFICIENCY; FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY; LEADING ABSTRACT; MEETINGS; POWER GENERATION; WIND POWER
OSTI ID:
21529771
Research Organizations:
FfE Forschungsstelle fuer Energiewirtschaft e.V., Muenchen (Germany)
Country of Origin:
Germany
Language:
German
Other Identifying Numbers:
Other: ISSN 0172-6463; TRN: DE12G3034
Availability:
Commercial reproduction prohibited; OSTI as DE21529771
Submitting Site:
DE
Size:
189 pages
Announcement Date:
Mar 06, 2012

Citation Formats

Wagner, Ulrich. Energy efficiency. A constant challenge to science and practice. Proceedings. 2. ed.; Energieeffizienz. Eine stete Herausforderung an Wissenschaft und Praxis. Tagungsband. Germany: N. p., 2011. Web.
Wagner, Ulrich. Energy efficiency. A constant challenge to science and practice. Proceedings. 2. ed.; Energieeffizienz. Eine stete Herausforderung an Wissenschaft und Praxis. Tagungsband. Germany.
Wagner, Ulrich. 2011. "Energy efficiency. A constant challenge to science and practice. Proceedings. 2. ed.; Energieeffizienz. Eine stete Herausforderung an Wissenschaft und Praxis. Tagungsband." Germany.
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abstractNote = {Within the meeting ''Energy efficiency'' of the Research Center for Energy Economics (Munich, Federal Republic of Germany) from 12th to 13th May, 2011, at the Munich Residenz (Munich, Federal Republic of Germany) the following lectures were presented: (1) Innovation and research for an enhanced energy efficiency - New accents in the energy research politics of the Federal Government (Knut Kuebler); (2) Revolution of efficiency in the monastery St. Ottilien (Wolfgang Mauch); (3) From the maser plan to the local plan of energy utilization (Tobias Schmid); (4) The life cycle approach as a driver for innovative energy contracting (Alfred Gayer); (5) Energy efficiency networks (Anna Gruber); (6) Grid expansion for an enhanced utilization of renewable energies (Martin Fuchs); (7) Storage requirement in the electrical grid; (8) Scenarios for the development of the electromobility in Munich (Stephan Brunnert); (9) Li ion batteries for electrified automobiles - Demands and status (Peter Lamp); (10) Marketing of wind power (Serafin von Roon); (11) Demand side management in non-residential buildings (Johannes Jungwirth); (12) Energy future 2050 (Ulrich Wagner); (13) Decentral and renewable power generation (Ulli Arndt); (14) Electromobility - is that the future? (Markus Lienkamp); (14) Electric power - Reason or solution of the climate problem? (Harald Lesch).}
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