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Integrated view of markets for normal and fast charging

Integrated view of markets for normal and fast charging

October 19, 2022 |

The ramp-up of e-mobility requires an integrated view of publicly accessible normal and fast charging points as well as a rapid expansion of private charging points. This is shown by a new study conducted as part of the Kopernikus ENSURE project.

Supply gaps in the electricity market possible by 2030

Supply gaps in the electricity market possible by 2030

September 29, 2022 |

More demand for electricity, fewer fossil-fuel power plants, but (still) too little renewable energy: The energy transition is changing the structure of the power supply in Germany. A new study by the EWI shows the possible consequences for security of supply.

Simulation Tool Demand Side Management & Energy Efficiency in Industry

September 28, 2022 |

A new tool of the Institute of Energy Economics (EWI) simulates the use of Demand Side Management and energy efficiency in German and Chinese industry. Savings in electricity costs and emission reductions can be calculated.

Germany and China: Transformation in industry

September 28, 2022 |

Load management and increased energy efficiency in industry can reduce electricity costs and CO2 emissions in Germany and China. A new EWI study also shows options for policymakers.

Intelligent charging reduces distribution grid expansion

Intelligent charging reduces distribution grid expansion

September 23, 2022 |

Electricity from renewables, infrastructure, and individual consumer needs and preferences must be coordinated as the electrification of the heating and transportation sectors increases. An EWI team has investigated how this can be achieved despite increasing e-mobility.

European gas market turns towards the West

European gas market turns towards the West

September 22, 2022 |

The war in Ukraine has realigned the energy policy of gas supply in Germany and EU, which is changing global trade flows. A new study from EWI presents the possible developments of global gas markets until 2030.

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