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Ein Rollenmodell zur Einbindung der Endkunden in eine smarte Energiewelt

Lutz Hillemacher, Kai Hufendiek, Valentin Bertsch, Holger Wiechmann, Jan Gratenau, Patrick Jochem () and Wolf Fichtner

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Abstract: The successful expansion of renewable energies requires a phase of change in the energy supply system. On the one hand solutions have to be found to ensure the system dependability in spite of the high volatility of the feeding-in from renewable sources. On the other hand the differences between feeding-in and demand, which also occurs on the regional level evermore, have to be equalized on the regional level, too. For this purpose, it is necessary to develop new control and modified market mechanisms. The role definition of the involved actors gets an increasing relevance because of the politically predetermined unbundling. However, only a slight attention was paid to the role of the final consumers in the past. For a successful rebuilding of the energy supply system it is nevertheless important to involve the consumers in this process. It could be demonstrated within the research project “MeRegio”, that the integration of the consumers into an incentive based demand side management can tap significant potentials to equalize differences between feeding-in and demand. Therefore, the focusing on the final consumers can have an important contribution to rebuild the energy supply system.

Keywords: Rollenmodell; Marktakteure; Netzampel; Tageszeitabhängige relative Laständerung; Tarifstruktur- und tarifstufenabhängige relative Laständerung (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: K20 O33 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2013
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Published in Zeitschrift für Energiewirtschaft 3.37(2014): pp. 195-210

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