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Articles in journals 2011

  • BAUFUMÉ, S., HAKE J.F., LINSSEN, J. and MARKEWITZ, P. (2011): Carbon capture and storage: A possible bridge to a future hydrogen infrastructure for Germany? International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 36/15, 8809-8821.
  • BAUMANN, F. and SANDER, M. (2011): L’Autriche: deux pipelines et un hub. Péninsule Europe. L’énergie de Moscou; Outre Terre, 27, 151-163.

  • GESKE, J., KUCKSHINRICHS, W. and KRONENBERG, T. (2011): Analyzing the impact of demographic development on sustainability via infrastructure networks. International Journal for Global Environmental Issues, 11 (3/4), 310-335.

  • HANSEN, P. (2011): Analyse der CO2-Einsparungen im europäischen Wohngebäudesektor. HLH - Lüftung/Klima, Heizung/Sanitär, Gebäudetechnik, Heft 6, 19-23.

  • HENNINGS, W., LINSSEN, J., MARKEWITZ, P. and VÖGELE, S. (2011): Energietransport und -verteilung. Brennstoff-Wärme-Kraft BWK, Bd. 63, Nr. 4, 91-99.

  • HENNINGS, W., LINSSEN J., MARKEWITZ, P. and VÖGELE, S. (2011): Energiespeicher: Überblick über den Stand der Technik. Brennstoff-Wärme-Kraft BWK, Bd. 63 Nr. 5, 53-58.

  • KARGER, C.R. and MARKEWITZ, P. (2011): Will energy infrastructure systems in Germany be more decentralized in the future? A participatory scenario process. Innovative Energy Policies, 1, 1-13.

  • KOCH, H. and VÖGELE, S. (2011): Modeling thermoelectric power generation in view of climate change: a comment. Regional Environmental Change, 11/1, 207-209.

  • PETERS, M., KÖHLER, B., KUCKSHINRICHS, W., LEITNER, W., MARKEWITZ, P. and MÜLLER, T.E. (2011): Chemical technologies for exploiting and recycling CO2 into the value chain. CHEMSUSCHEM, Special Issue: Carbon Dioxide Recycling, 4/9, 1216-1240.

  • RIEDLE, K., Martinsen, D., Hake, J.-F., Hencke, E.-G- (2011): Energieszenarien für das Jahr 2050 im Vergleich. Brennstoff-Wärme-Kraft BWK, Bd. 63 Nr. 3, 50-56.

  • RÜBBELKE, D.; VÖGELE, S. (2011): Impacts of climate change on European critical infrastructures: The case of the power sector. Environmental Science & Policy, 14/1, 53-63.

  • SCHLÖR, H., FISCHER, W. and HAKE, J.F. (2011): Is the German energy system sustainable? An analysis based on the UNCSD theme-based approach of sustainability. Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering, 5/5, 610-616.

  • SCHLÖR, H., FISCHER, W. and HAKE, J.F. (2011): ISD: A new methodological approach for measuring the sustainability of the German energy system. Economics Research International, 2011, on-line-Journal.

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