Prof. Dr. Dominik Möst
Prof. Dr. Dominik Möst
Chair of energy economics / Professur für Energiewirtschaft, Technische Universität Dresden
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Energietechnologien 2050-Schwerpunkte für Forschung und Entwicklung: Technologienbericht
DM Martin Wietschel, Marlene Arens, Christian Dötsch, Sebastian Herkel
Fraunhofer Verlag, 2010
144*2010
A survey of stochastic modelling approaches for liberalised electricity markets
D Möst, D Keles
European Journal of Operational Research 207 (2), 543-556, 2010
1312010
Agent-based simulation of electricity markets: a literature review
F Sensfuß, M Ragwitz, M Genoese, D Möst
Working paper sustainability and innovation, 2007
1142007
Renewable energy sources in European energy supply and interactions with emission trading
D Möst, W Fichtner
Energy Policy 38 (6), 2898-2910, 2010
812010
Market penetration of fuel cell vehicles–Analysis based on agent behaviour
D Keles, M Wietschel, D Möst, O Rentz
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 33 (16), 4444-4455, 2008
812008
Comparison of extended mean-reversion and time series models for electricity spot price simulation considering negative prices
D Keles, M Genoese, D Möst, W Fichtner
Energy Economics 34 (4), 1012-1032, 2012
802012
An economic analysis of three operational co-digestion biogas plants in Germany
D Balussou, A Kleyböcker, R McKenna, D Möst, W Fichtner
Waste and Biomass Valorization 3 (1), 23-41, 2012
752012
Demand response potential: available when needed?
T Müller, D Möst
Energy Policy 115, 181-198, 2018
682018
Carbon Capture and Storage on its way to large-scale deployment: Social acceptance and willingness to pay in Germany
J Kraeusel, D Möst
Energy Policy 49, 642-651, 2012
652012
Concentrating solar power plant investment and operation decisions under different price and support mechanisms
C Kost, CM Flath, D Möst
Energy Policy 61, 238-248, 2013
602013
Market power in the German wholesale electricity market
D Möst, M Genoese
The Journal of Energy Markets 2 (2), 47, 2009
602009
Does political and social feasibility matter in energy scenarios?
DKJ Schubert, S Thuß, D Möst
Energy Research & Social Science 7, 43-54, 2015
502015
Prospects of gas supply until 2020 in Europe and its relevance for the power sector in the context of emission trading
D Möst, H Perlwitz
Energy 34 (10), 1510-1522, 2009
492009
The development of the German energy market until 2030—a critical survey of selected scenarios
D Keles, D Möst, W Fichtner
Energy Policy 39 (2), 812-825, 2011
482011
A combined modeling approach for wind power feed-in and electricity spot prices
D Keles, M Genoese, D Möst, S Ortlieb, W Fichtner
Energy Policy 59, 213-225, 2013
422013
Agent-based analysis of the impact of CO2 emission trading on spot market prices for electricity in Germany
M Genoese, F Sensfuß, D Möst, O Rentz
Pacific Journal of Optimization 3 (3), 401-423, 2007
402007
Volterra nonlinear compensation of 112 Gb/s ultra-long-haul coherent optical OFDM based on frequency-shaped decision feedback
R Weidenfeld, M Nazarathy, R Noe, I Shpantzer
2009 35th European Conference on Optical Communication, 1-2, 2009
382009
Einführung zur Energiesystemanalyse
D Möst, W Fichtner
Möst, D., Fichtner, W., Grundwald, A.: Energiesystemanalyse, 11-31, 2009
362009
Lithium-Ionen Batterien: Stand der Technik und Anwendungspotential in Hybrid-, Plug-In Hybrid-und Elektrofahrzeugen. Lithium-ion batteries: state of the art and application …
B Ketterer, U Karl, D Möst, S Ulrich
332010
Regional distribution effects of different electricity network tariff designs with a distributed generation structure: The case of Germany
F Hinz, M Schmidt, D Möst
Energy Policy 113, 97-111, 2018
282018
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