Centralized and decentral approaches to succeed the 100% energiewende in Germany in the European context – A model-based analysis of generation, network, and storage investments

@article{Kendziorski2022CentralizedAD,
  title={Centralized and decentral approaches to succeed the 100\% energiewende in Germany in the European context – A model-based analysis of generation, network, and storage investments},
  author={Mario Kendziorski and Leonard G{\"o}ke and Christian von Hirschhausen and Claudia Kemfert and Elmar Zozmann},
  journal={Energy Policy},
  year={2022}
}

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