Energiewende - Status of the German Energy reforms
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A presentation given in Stockholm, March 20th 2014, by Dr. Ralf Bartels, Industriegewerkschaft Bergbau, Chemie, Energie ...

A presentation given in Stockholm, March 20th 2014, by Dr. Ralf Bartels, Industriegewerkschaft Bergbau, Chemie, Energie
Head of Department Energy Reforms / Sustainability
at Global Challenge's and E.ON's seminar "A Nordic Energiewende?"

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  • 1. Energiewende Status of the German Energy reforms Stockholm, March 20th 2014 Dr. Ralf Bartels Industriegewerkschaft Bergbau, Chemie, Energie Head of Department Energy Reforms / Sustainability
  • 2. Gross electricity generation 2010 in Germany: 621 billion kWh Hard coal: 19% Natural Gas: 16% Oil, pumped storage and others: 5% Renew- ables: 16% Biomass: 5% Water: 3% Waste: 1% Nuclear: 22%Lignite: 24%
  • 3. Haltern – 03. Februar 2012 Gross electricity generation 2010 in Germany: 612 billion kWh
  • 4. Quelle Kraftwerksdaten: BDEW, Energie-Info vom 30.05.2011, „Auswirkungen des Moratoriums auf die Stromwirtschaft“, Seite 15, Abbildung 8 MW ca. 160 GW ca. 93 GW ca. 87 GW ca. 76 GW ca. 81 GW Security of Supply? Page 6 2012-03-16 Gespräch mit Dr. Bartels, IG BCE
  • 5. Electricity produced from renewables and feed-in tariffs paid at producers of renewables