„Smart“, Vernetzung und Komplexität – Ein Plädoyer für einen kritischeren Umgang mit dem Thema Vernetzung

  title={„Smart“, Vernetzung und Komplexit{\"a}t – Ein Pl{\"a}doyer f{\"u}r einen kritischeren Umgang mit dem Thema Vernetzung},
  author={Herbert Saurugg and Joe Pichlmayr},
  journal={e \& i Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik},
ZusammenfassungDie 20-20-20-Ziele der Europäischen Union – Reduktion der Treibhausgasemissionen um 20 % zum Stand 2005, Einsatz von 20 % erneuerbarer Energie (in Österreich 34 %) und Erhöhung der Energieeffizienz um 20 % bis 2020 – sind sehr ambitioniert und erfordern eine weitreichende Umstellung der Energieversorgung. (Vgl. „Die 20-20-20-Ziele“ unter URL: http://www.e-control.at/de/konsumenten/oeko-energie/klima-und-umwelt/20-20-20-ziele [19.04.13].) Die Erdbeben-, Tsunami- und… 
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