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Michael Pahle
Michael Pahle
Potsdam-Institute for Climate Impact Reserach (PIK)
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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
3592013
Renewable energy in the context of sustainable development
J Sathaye, O Lucon, A Rahman, JM Christensen, F Denton, J Fujino, ...
IPCC special report on renewable energy sources and climate change mitigation, 2011
2572011
Sequencing to ratchet up climate policy stringency
M Pahle, D Burtraw, C Flachsland, N Kelsey, E Biber, J Meckling, ...
Nature Climate Change 8 (10), 861-867, 2018
2202018
Navigating the clean energy transition in the COVID-19 crisis
B Steffen, F Egli, M Pahle, TS Schmidt
Joule 4 (6), 1137-1141, 2020
1882020
Which goals are driving the Energiewende? Making sense of the German Energy Transformation
F Joas, M Pahle, C Flachsland, A Joas
Energy Policy 95, 42-51, 2016
1352016
Investment risks in power generation: A comparison of fossil fuel and renewable energy dominated markets
O Tietjen, M Pahle, S Fuss
Energy Economics 58, 174-185, 2016
1242016
Start-up costs of thermal power plants in markets with increasing shares of variable renewable generation
WP Schill, M Pahle, C Gambardella
Nature Energy 2 (6), 1-6, 2017
1232017
Can the Green Economy deliver it all? Experiences of renewable energy policies with socio-economic objectives
M Pahle, S Pachauri, K Steinbacher
Applied Energy 179, 1331-1341, 2016
1092016
Supporting carbon taxes: The role of fairness
S Sommer, L Mattauch, M Pahle
Ecological Economics 195, 107359, 2022
1072022
How to avoid history repeating itself: the case for an EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) price floor revisited
C Flachsland, M Pahle, D Burtraw, O Edenhofer, M Elkerbout, C Fischer, ...
Climate Policy 20 (1), 133-142, 2020
1042020
Germany’s dash for coal: Exploring drivers and factors
M Pahle
Energy Policy 38 (7), 3431-3442, 2010
1022010
Adverse effects of rising interest rates on sustainable energy transitions
TS Schmidt, B Steffen, F Egli, M Pahle, O Tietjen, O Edenhofer
Nature Sustainability 2 (9), 879-885, 2019
922019
Decarbonization and EU ETS Reform: Introducing a price floor to drive low-carbon investments
O Edenhofer, C Flachsland, C Wolff, LK Schmid, A Leipprand, N Koch, ...
Berlin: Mercator Research Instituteon Global Commons and Climate Change, 2017
792017
Optionen für eine CO2-Preisreform
O Edenhofer, C Flachsland, M Kalkuhl, B Knopf, M Pahle
Arbeitspapier, 2019
692019
Energy transition on the rise: discourses on energy future in the German parliament
A Leipprand, C Flachsland, M Pahle
Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research 30 (3), 283-305, 2017
632017
Reviewing the Market Stability Reserve in light of more ambitious EU ETS emission targets
S Osorio, O Tietjen, M Pahle, RC Pietzcker, O Edenhofer
Energy Policy 158, 112530, 2021
572021
Renewable electricity generation in Germany: A meta-analysis of mitigation scenarios
E Schmid, M Pahle, B Knopf
Energy Policy 61, 1151-1163, 2013
552013
Germany’s Nuclear Phase-out: Sensitivities and Impacts on Electricity Prices and CO2 Emissions
B Knopf, M Pahle, H Kondziella, F Joas, O Edenhofer, T Bruckner
Economics of Energy & Environmental Policy 3 (1), 89-106, 2014
512014
How emission certificate allocations distort fossil investments: The German example
M Pahle, L Fan, WP Schill
Energy Policy 39 (4), 1975-1987, 2011
462011
Advocates or cartographers? Scientific advisors and the narratives of German energy transition
A Leipprand, C Flachsland, M Pahle
Energy Policy 102, 222-236, 2017
402017
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