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Dr. Jens Weibezahn

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Lupe [2]

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Room H 3133
(Hauptgebäude, Straße des 17. Juni 135)
(Campusplan [3]) (Wegbeschreibung [4])

Tel. +49 30 314-27500
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Email jew@wip.tu-berlin.de [5]

Mailing address

Technische Universität Berlin

Fachgebiet Wirtschafts- und
Infrastrukturpolitik (WIP)
Sekretariat H 33
z. Hd. Jens Weibezahn

Straße des 17. Juni 135
10623 Berlin

Teaching

Current Courses

  • Operations Research - Grundlagen (OR-GDL) [6]
  • Operations Research - Methods for Network Engineering (OR-INF) [7]
  • Energy Economics - Energy Sector Modeling (EW-MOD)
  • Energy Economics - Student Research Project (EW-PJS)
  • Investments (MBA) [8]

Topics for papers and theses

I will advise students in the fields of my research focus. Please contact me for further details.

Research Focus

Sectors

  • Electricity Markets
  • Electricity Transmission
  • Transportation
  • Logistics

Publications

Sector Coupling for an Integrated Low-Carbon Energy Transformation: A Techno-Economic Introduction and Application to Germany
Zitatschlüssel weibezahn_sector_2018
Autor Weibezahn, Jens
Buchtitel Energiewende "Made in Germany": Low Carbon Electricity Sector Reform in the European Context
Seiten 217–237
Jahr 2018
ISBN 978-3-319-95126-3
DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-95126-3_9
Ort Cham, Switzerland
Herausgeber von Hirschhausen, Christian and Gerbaulet, Clemens and Kemfert, Claudia and Lorenz, Casimir and Oei, Pao-Yu
Verlag Springer
Zusammenfassung While the first phase of the energiewende, focusing on the electricity sector, was largely successful, the second phase needs to focus on all energy usage, especially heat, transportation, and usage as a raw material in the chemical industry. In that context, intensified “sector coupling” will be required, accompanied by a further shift from fossil fuels to renewable ones. This chapter provides an overview of the upcoming challenges in the next phase of the energiewende, by focusing on the technical and economic challenges of coupling electricity, heat, and transportation, in an attempt to advance the low-carbon transformation. We apply the concepts to the ongoing energiewende in Germany. By intensifying the links between the sectors, one can harvest “low-hanging fruits” in terms of flexibility and fuel switching from fossil to renewable energies. This is a precondition to attain the ambitious targets of the energiewende with respect to CO2 emission reductions. While this chapter focusses on Germany, the technical and economic arguments are valid at a broader scale, and apply to other transformation processes as well. Section 9.2 describes the basic idea of “sector coupling”, until recently a widely unknown concept, including a schematic stylized scheme. In Section 9.3 we describe how sector coupling might evolve in the transportation and heating sectors, and that far-reaching electrification is at the core of the process. Section 9.4 provides some concrete quantitative scenarios for sector coupling for the case of Germany to 2030 and to 2050, based on a rapidly growing body of recent literature. While there is consensus on the feasibility of reaching ambitious decarbonization targets, different models suggest different pathways of reaching them. The role of synthetic fuels (domestic and/or imported) is controversially discussed. Section 9.5 concludes.
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