How cross-border electricity trading can work better
The rules on the electricity markets in the countries of Central Western Europe differ widely from each other. As a result, the flexibility of the...
Why there was not 100 percent power consumption from renewable energies on Whit Sunday after all
Current data on power consumption is highly temporary and can change significantly on the following day based on altered principles
What needs to be done to make Europe's electricity sector ready for the 2030 challenge
Agora Energiewende’s “Power Market Pentagon“ outlines the first ever consistent proposal for the cornerstone of the future EU climate and energy...
Agora Energiewende’s funding extended until 2021
Agora funders, Stiftung Mercator and European Climate Foundation, committed to follow-up financing
Renewable energy sources dominate EU electricity mix
Agora Energiewende submits review of the European electricity system in 2015
How Germany can successfully exit coal by 2040
Agora Energiewende proposes a “Roundtable for a National Consensus on Coal” and presents 11 principles for a step-by-step decarbonisation of the power...
2015 was a record year for renewable energies, power production and power exports in Germany
Annual assessment shows: Ever more coal power is being exported, but this is not improving Germany’s carbon footprint
Integration costs for renewable energy: controversial, but likely low
High shares of wind and solar power transform the entire power system and can lead to additional costs aside from building the power plants...
German climate goals for 2030 and 2040 require coal exit
Germany's contribution to the Paris Climate Summit has far-reaching consequences for its power plant fleet, according to a study commissioned by Agora...