Falko Ueckerdt
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System LCOE: What are the costs of variable renewables?
F Ueckerdt, L Hirth, G Luderer, O Edenhofer
Energy 63, 61-75, 2013
Integration costs revisited–An economic framework for wind and solar variability
L Hirth, F Ueckerdt, O Edenhofer
Renewable Energy 74, 925-939, 2015
Potential and risks of hydrogen-based e-fuels in climate change mitigation
F Ueckerdt, C Bauer, A Dirnaichner, J Everall, R Sacchi, G Luderer
Nature Climate Change 11 (5), 384-393, 2021
On the economics of renewable energy sources
O Edenhofer, L Hirth, B Knopf, M Pahle, S Schlömer, E Schmid, ...
Energy Economics 40, S12-S23, 2013
Taking stock of national climate policies to evaluate implementation of the Paris Agreement
M Roelfsema, HL van Soest, M Harmsen, DP van Vuuren, C Bertram, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 2096, 2020
Impact of declining renewable energy costs on electrification in low-emission scenarios
G Luderer, S Madeddu, L Merfort, F Ueckerdt, M Pehl, R Pietzcker, ...
Nature Energy 7 (1), 32-42, 2022
Analyzing major challenges of wind and solar variability in power systems
F Ueckerdt, R Brecha, G Luderer
Renewable energy 81, 1-10, 2015
System integration of wind and solar power in integrated assessment models: a cross-model evaluation of new approaches
RC Pietzcker, F Ueckerdt, S Carrara, HS De Boer, J Després, S Fujimori, ...
Energy Economics 64, 583-599, 2017
The CO2 reduction potential for the European industry via direct electrification of heat supply (power-to-heat)
S Madeddu, F Ueckerdt, M Pehl, J Peterseim, M Lord, KA Kumar, ...
Environmental Research Letters 15 (12), 124004, 2020
On the climate impacts of blue hydrogen production
C Bauer, K Treyer, C Antonini, J Bergerson, M Gazzani, E Gencer, ...
Sustainable Energy & Fuels 6 (1), 66-75, 2022
Why wind is not coal: on the economics of electricity generation
L Hirth, F Ueckerdt, O Edenhofer
The Energy Journal 37 (3), 1-28, 2016
Probabilistic feasibility space of scaling up green hydrogen supply
A Odenweller, F Ueckerdt, GF Nemet, M Jensterle, G Luderer
Nature Energy 7 (9), 854-865, 2022
Representing power sector variability and the integration of variable renewables in long-term energy-economy models using residual load duration curves
F Ueckerdt, R Brecha, G Luderer, P Sullivan, E Schmid, N Bauer, ...
Energy 90, 1799-1814, 2015
COVID-19-induced low power demand and market forces starkly reduce CO2 emissions
C Bertram, G Luderer, F Creutzig, N Bauer, F Ueckerdt, A Malik, ...
Nature Climate Change 11 (3), 193-196, 2021
Redistribution effects of energy and climate policy: The electricity market
L Hirth, F Ueckerdt
Energy Policy 62, 934-947, 2013
Redistribution effects of energy and climate policy: The electricity market
L Hirth, F Ueckerdt
Energy Policy 62, 934-947, 2013
Integration of renewable energy into present and future energy systems
R Sims, PE Mercado, W Krewitt
Cambridge University Press, 2011
Common but differentiated leadership: strategies and challenges for carbon neutrality by 2050 across industrialized economies
F Schreyer, G Luderer, R Rodrigues, RC Pietzcker, L Baumstark, ...
Environmental Research Letters 15 (11), 114016, 2020
Decarbonizing global power supply under region-specific consideration of challenges and options of integrating variable renewables in the REMIND model
F Ueckerdt, R Pietzcker, Y Scholz, D Stetter, A Giannousakis, G Luderer
Energy Economics 64, 665-684, 2017
Energy systems
L Clarke, YM Wei, A de la Vega Navarro, A Garg, AN Hahmann, ...
Climate Change 2022: Mitigation of Climate Change. Working Group III …, 2022
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