The Potential of Behavioral Changes to Achieve a Fully Renewable Energy System - A case study for Germany

  title={The Potential of Behavioral Changes to Achieve a Fully Renewable Energy System - A case study for Germany},
  author={Mirjam Helena Eerma and Deborah Manning and G.L. kland and del Angel C.Rodriguez and P. Seifert and Jenny Winkler and A. Zamora Blaumann and Elmar Zozmann and Seyed Saeed Hosseinioun and Leonard G{\"o}ke and Mario Kendziorski and Christian von Hirschhausen},
  journal={Renewable and Sustainable Energy Transition},



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