The sector coupling concept: A critical review

@article{Ramsebner2021TheSC,
  title={The sector coupling concept: A critical review},
  author={Jasmine Ramsebner and Reinhard Haas and Amela Ajanovic and Martin Wietschel},
  journal={Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Energy and Environment},
  year={2021},
  volume={10}
}
Pursued climate goals require reduced greenhouse gas emissions by substituting fossil fuels with energy from renewable sources in all energy‐consuming processes. On a large‐scale, this can mainly be achieved through electricity from wind and sun, which are subject to intermittency. To efficiently integrate this variable energy, a coupling of the power sector to the residential, transport, industry, and commercial/trade sector is often promoted, called sector coupling (SC). Nevertheless, our… 
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