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The transition to auction system of REN support failed: Less investment and higher cost, Kyiv
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The transition to auction system of REN support failed: Less investment and higher cost, Kyiv
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 28. Februar 2019
100% Renewables is the Peace Strategy for Korean Peninsula
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100% Renewables is the Peace Strategy for Korean Peninsula
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 30. Oktober 2018
Speech: 100% Renewables is possible and economic also in Ukraine
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Speech: 100% Renewables is possible and economic also in Ukraine
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 5. Juli 2018
Press release: Ruslana and Hans-Josef Fell Kick-off a Global Peace Campaign for 100% Renewables
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Press release: Ruslana and Hans-Josef Fell Kick-off a Global Peace Campaign for 100% Renewables
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 26. Juni 2018
Speech Opening Session, Green Economic Forum, Astana (May, 2018)
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Six years ago, as a member of the German Parliament, I had the first intensive contact with the government of Kazakhstan. The former Ambassador of Kazakhstan in Germany and now Advisor to Honourable President Nazarbayev, Dr. Nurlan Onzahanov asked me to give advice on how Kazakhstan could shift to a green economy.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 22. Mai 2018
Pathways to 100% Renewable Energy, Abu Dhabi, 2017
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Pathways to 100% Renewable Energy, Abu Dhabi, 2017
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 3. Mai 2018
100% Renewables for Jordan is necessary, possible and economic, Jordan, 2017
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100% Renewables for Jordan is necessary, possible and economic, Jordan, 2017
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 3. Mai 2018
Policy Framework to Achieve 100% Renewable Energy
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Policy Framework to Achieve 100% Renewable Energy
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 12. Januar 2018
Presentation Kyiv Rada Oct 2017 HJF
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Presentation Kyiv Rada Oct 2017 HJF
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 11. Oktober 2017
Agenda of Roundtable Discussion at Verkhovna Rada, Oct 2017
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Agenda of Roundtable Discussion at Verkhovna Rada, Oct 2017
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 11. Oktober 2017
EWG study on tenders and feed-in-tariffs
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EWG study on tenders and feed-in-tariffs
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 15. September 2017
10/2016_English_PNND Letter – EWG Nuclear Energy
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Renewable energy sources generate power at a lower cost than nuclear power plants. Therefore, there is no longer an economic justification to continue with the expansion of nuclear energy. Consequently, funding for states planning further development of nuclear power is redundant. States which continue developing nuclear energy technologies although it does not make any sense economically, seem to aim at a different objective: The development of nuclear weapon programmes.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 4. Oktober 2016
09/2016_English_Incentive Scheme for 100% Renewable Combined Power Solutions
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The integration of the fluctuating renewable energies solar and wind is one of the key tasks for the expansion of renewable energies worldwide.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 22. September 2016
06/2016_English_The projections for the future and quality in the past of the World Energy Outlook for solar PV and other renewable energy technologies
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Global energy demand has grown steadily since the industrial revolution. During the two decades from 1991 to 2012, total primary energy demand (TPED) grew from 91,200 to 155,400 TWhth, or by 70%, and projections expect this number to increase by a further 40% by 2040. Although greenhouse gas emissions in the energy sector have to be reduced to zero by mid-century or earlier to avoid an ecologic disaster, less than 15% of this energy demand is supplied by renewable resources nowadays. The International Energy Agency (IEA) has a significant impact on both political and economic decisions of governments and stakeholders regarding energy. The World Energy Outlook (WEO) report published annually by the IEA projects for the decades to come how TPED and electricity generation, amongst others, will evolve for all major technologies. Since the WEO is often used as a basis for policy making on renewable and conventional energy, a comprehensive analysis of past WEO projections is crucial. Such analysis will ensure well-grounded and realistic energy policy making and can contribute to efforts to fight climate change and to achieve energy security.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 23. Juni 2016
01/2016_English_UN Working Group Letter – Fracking & Human Rights
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We and the 511 undersigned individuals, organizations and coalitions from around the world, contact you with a growing global human rights concern due to the evolution of a socially and environmentally high- risk corporate activity called hydraulic fracturing.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 25. Januar 2016
01/2016_English_Possibilities of renewable energy development
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This material describes the possibilities of renewable energy development in the world, how it is possible to form positive public opinion regard- ing the renewable energy, how Russia can phase out subsidizing conventional energy in order to invest partially to the renewable energy.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 22. Januar 2016
100% – Hans-Josef Fell
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100% – Hans-Josef Fell
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 22. September 2015
03/2015_English_Speech of Energy Commissioner Cañete
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This Commission started with a promise to be different: to be "bigger and more ambitious on big things". Many say that climate change is one of the biggest threats facing our society and the EU has been leading the action to reduce emissions for many years now. As we all know, renewable energy can greatly contribute to that and to reducing our external energy dependency. That's why, the EU becoming the world number one in renewables is one of President Juncker's top priorities, and it is one of my top priorities to take forward in the context of the Energy Union. But good intentions count for nothing if we don’t get the policies right. That’s why renewables take centre stage in the Energy Union action plan and why they are an integral part of the Juncker Plan, designed to unlock the investment the renewable energy sector really needs.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 18. März 2015
09/2014_English_Report from Kiev
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In Ukraine, the dominant topic is the Russian military invasion in the East. Even though the fear is growing, Kiev is peaceful and there was only a small demonstration taking place on Maidan Square on the evening of the Russian aggression. In general, a friendly summer and holiday atmosphere prevailed on Maidan Square and the adjacent streets. However, the economic depression and its consequences were obvious: there was a yawning void in my four-star hotel, directly located at Maidan Square.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 10. September 2014
05/2014_English_Energy Watch Group – EU’s dependency on Russia for natural gas
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oth at EU level and in Germany, there are calls for independence from Russian energy deliveries, and justifiably so. This really is an urgent need, as otherwise the EU, including Germany as the largest buyer of natural gas from Russia, will become ever more politically dependent on Russia.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 20. Mai 2014
11/2013_English_Pressemitteilung der Global 100% RE Coalition
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The Global 100% Renewable Energy Coalition today called at the UN climate summit upon national governments to commit to 100% renewable energy targets and strategies. According to a joint statement from the coalition, “communicating and proving the urgency and feasibility of 100% renewable energy is key to breaking the climate deadlock.” Members of the coalition including World Wind Energy Association, World Bioenergy Association and the Fraunhofer ISE Institute criticized “the ongoing stagnancy of the climate negotiations and their struggle to agree upon and implement measures that effectively combat the climate crisis.” The organizations applauded the fact that „local, regional and national governments across the world are leading way.”
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 19. November 2013
03/2013_English_Energy Bulletin: Germany ’s energy revolution
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the introductory article of the first issue of “Energy Bulletin”, which came out in June 2008, was written by Khristenko, at that time the minister of industry and trade of the russian federation and Chairman of the Gov- erning Board of international Sustainable En- ergy development Centre (iSEdC) under the auspices of UNESCO in this paper, entitled “humanitarian principles of sustainable energy development”, the author highlighted the excep- tional importance of energy education as one of the major instruments of providing the con- ditions of and, finally, ensuring sustainable en- ergy development� he also brought specific pro- posals on developing international cooperation in this field and expressed his hope that such cooperation would lead to the improvement of energy education and the solution of numerous problems facing energy industry and our society as a whole, as well as all its individual members in particular.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. März 2013
02/2013_English_Bankok Post Renewable Energy Article
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Changing to renewable energy 'not expensive'
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 15. Februar 2013
11/2012_English_Striking a Better Balance by Dr. Salim (Worldbank)
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11/2012: English - Striking a Better Balance by Dr. Salim (Worldbank)
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 23. November 2012
09/2012_English_Asia Pacific Super Grid
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This paper explores the large scale transmission of solar electricity to Southeast Asia from Australia. Despite the expense and losses incurred in long distance transmission of Australian solar electricity, it appears to be competitive with locally produced solar electricity because of high insolation levels in Australia. Supplemen- tation of locally produced electricity (both from renewable and conventional sources) with power from Australia, to- gether with substantial integrated energy storage, would allow a high solar electricity fraction to be achieved in Southeast Asia.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 27. September 2012
08/2012_English_The Euro Crisis is also an energy crisis
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A few years ago, many economists were warning that the world economy could not support an oil price of 100 dollars a barrel over the long term. Oil prices have now been hovering around this figure for the past eighteen months. This has coincided with the crisis in the euro zone, which is almost always presented as a financial, banking and sovereign debt crisis. The majority of economists, financial institutions and policy-makers rarely consider that the crisis might possibly be linked to rising fuel and other resource prices.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 24. August 2012
06/2012_English_German MP fights back in policy debate
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In the Anglo world, politicians and energy experts have often held German-style feed-in tariffs to be antithetical to free markets. This misunderstanding has now also flared up in Germany. Now, a paper published by one of the policy's original co-authors clears things up quite well.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 25. Juni 2012
06/2012_English_PPP A fast global switch to Renewable Energy is economical possible and ecological necessary
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A fast global switch to Renewable Energy is economical possible and ecological necessary
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 25. Juni 2012
06/2012_English_Solar programme for Iran
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The consequences of an Iranian war would be devastating: from the risk of lasting, large- scale radioactive contamination and the destruction of regions and human lives to the further destabilisation of the Gulf region and the possible destabilisation of world peace. These fears are shared by a number of stakeholders who want to prevent a potential war.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 7. Juni 2012
03/2012_English_Temelinomics
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The following study examines CEZ’s plans to enlarge its existing nuclear power plant Temelin with the addition of two reactors. The report is arranged in three parts.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 20. März 2012
03/2012_English_Book Flyer Global Cooling
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Sustainable Energy Developments
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 20. März 2012
03/2012_English_Power Point Presentation ANU Canberra, Australia
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Feed in Tariffs for Renewable Electricity to boost 100% renewables
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 1. März 2012
02/2012_English_Bangkok Post Germanys way into renewable energies
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02/2012: English - Bangkok Post Germanys way into renewable energies
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 27. Februar 2012
10/2011_English_Speech WWEC in Cario
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It is a great honor and pleasure to present to you the great success of a new industrial revolution of renewable energies in Germany. I hope, that this will help to strengthen the German Egypt friendship in today’s exciting political times. The success of renewable economy in Germany and other countries could be a good example to help to increase the economy of the North African states, especially after the political erosions.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 31. Oktober 2011
09/2011_English_Speech at the Czech Parliament
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An Energetic Perspective and the Role of Renewables in Europe and the World
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 19. September 2011
09/2011_English_Australia Grid Parity
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The roof mounted photovoltaic (PV) market is a very large and valuable early market for solar PV systems, because such systems compete against the retail rather than wholesale price of electricity.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 2. September 2011
07/2011_English_Press Release Manila
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Renewable energies in Germany and especially Photovoltaic’s have gone through an astonishing industrial expansion in the past decade. 370 000 jobs were created in the renewable energy sector, 120 000 in the solar sector alone. This success even made a fast nuclear phase-out decision justifiable for all political parties in Germany.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 12. Juli 2011
06/2011_English_Power Point Presentation in Prague
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100% Renewables Replace Fossile and Nuclear Energys
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 4. Juli 2011
06/2011_English_News Flash visit Hans-Josef Fell to Manila
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The convention program of PV SUMMIT was opened by the Vice President of the Philippines, Jejomar Binay. Subsequently Mr. Fell was introduced to Vice President Binay and asked to address his keynote speech titled „Vision on energy security, Feed-in-Tariff (FIT) and the economics of solar energy, evolution of the Renewable Energy in Germany” to the audience. As the Philippines is at a crucial stage of decision making on Feed-In-Tariffs, Mr. Fell ́s insights on the development of solar markets were well received. Participants from politics, government agencies and business were supportive of the lobbying efforts of the Philippine solar industry.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 20. Juni 2011
06/2011_English_Timetable for phasing out nuclear energy
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Warning about the dangers of nuclear power has been a driving force in the founding of Green movements worldwide. For the Greens in Germany, phasing out nuclear energy has been one of the party's goals since its inception. With the "nuclear consensus" in 2000/2001 we Greens – in government for the first time – secured a political commitment to phase out nuclear power and impose restrictions on the hitherto unlimited nuclear power plant lifetimes.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 7. Juni 2011
05/2011_English_Feed-in Tariff for Renewable Energy: an effective recovery package without new public borrowing
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The financial crisis of 2008 had a devastating impact on the global economy, an im- pact from which many nations have yet to recover. It is noticeable that two nations in particular – Germany and China – were able to overcome the financial crisis relatively quickly. Both countries place strong emphasis on the development of renewable en- ergy sources. There are two reasons for this: on the one hand, investments in re- newables have significant employment effects; on the other, the use of energy from renewable sources reduces the high and ever more sharply rising cost of purchasing fossil and nuclear fuels.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 31. Mai 2011
05/2011_English_Jacobson/Delucchi Scientific American
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Renewable energy comes from enticing sources: wind, which also produces waves; water, which includes hydroelectric, tidal and geothermal ener- gy (water heated by hot underground rock); and sun, which includes photovoltaics and solar pow- er plants that focus sunlight to heat a fluid that drives a turbine to generate electricity. Our plan includes only technologies that work or are close to working today on a large scale, rather than those that may exist 20 or 30 years from now.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 31. Mai 2011
04/2011_English_Initial reflections on the consequences of Fukushima
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The ongoing nuclear power plant crisis that began in Japan on 11 March 2011 has made it necessary for Germany to review the safety of its own reactors. This applies as much to Fukushima scenarios (I) and similar damage scenarios (II) as it does to a general reassessment of risks (III). The checks must go beyond simply reproducing old results (IV). The safety checks and measures called for here must exploit state-of-the-art science and technology and be implemented at all plants in the near term and as prerequisites for using additional electricity produced as a result of the statutory extension of reactor lifetimes.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 1. April 2011
03/2011_English_Energy Rich Japan“ (ERJ)
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It has long been known that to protect people and the environment from both nuclear risks and dangerous levels of climate change, we must phase out the use of nuclear and fossil fuels, and switch to clean energy technology instead. Using Japan as a example, the „Energy Rich Japan“ Project illustrates that the vision of a clean, green, energy-rich future is not only possible, but globally feasible.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 14. März 2011
02/2011_English_Delucchi, Jacobson (Energy Policy, 2010) 100% WWS power for world, part I
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Climate change, pollution, and energy insecurity are among the greatest problems of our time. Addressing them requires major changes in our energy infrastructure. Here, we analyze the feasibility of providing worldwide energy for all purposes (electric power, transportation, heating/cooling, etc.) from wind, water, and sunlight (WWS). In Part I, we discuss WWS energy system characteristics, current and future energy demand, availability of WWS resources, numbers of WWS devices, and area and material requirements. In Part II, we address variability, economics, and policy of WWS energy. We estimate that 􏰀3,800,000 5 MW wind turbines, 􏰀49,000 300 MW concentrated solar plants, 􏰀40,000 300 MW solar PV power plants, 􏰀 1.7 billion 3 kW rooftop PV systems, 􏰀 5350 100 MW geothermal power plants, 􏰀 270 new 1300 MW hydroelectric power plants, 􏰀 720,000 0.75 MW wave devices, and 􏰀 490,000 1 MW tidal turbines can power a 2030 WWS world that uses electricity and electrolytic hydrogen for all purposes. Such a WWS infrastructure reduces world power demand by 30% and requires only 􏰀0.41% and 􏰀0.59% more of the world’s land for footprint and spacing, respectively. We suggest producing all new energy with WWS by 2030 and replacing the pre-existing energy by 2050. Barriers to the plan are primarily social and political, not technological or economic. The energy cost in a WWS world should be similar to that today.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. Februar 2011
02/2011_English_Delucchi, Jacobson (Energy Policy, 2010) 100% WWS power for world, part II.pdf
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This is Part II of two papers evaluating the feasibility of providing all energy for all purposes (electric power, transportation, and heating/cooling), everywhere in the world, from wind, water, and the sun (WWS). In Part I, we described the prominent renewable energy plans that have been proposed and discussed the characteristics of WWS energy systems, the global demand for and availability of WWS energy, quantities and areas required for WWS infrastructure, and supplies of critical materials. Here, we discuss methods of addressing the variability of WWS energy to ensure that power supply reliably matches demand (including interconnecting geographically dispersed resources, using hydroelectricity, using demand-response management, storing electric power on site, over-sizing peak generation capacity and producing hydrogen with the excess, storing electric power in vehicle batteries, and forecasting weather to project energy supplies), the economics of WWS generation and transmission, the economics of WWS use in transportation, and policy measures needed to enhance the viability of a WWS system. We find that the cost of energy in a 100% WWS will be similar to the cost today. We conclude that barriers to a 100% conversion to WWS power worldwide are primarily social and political, not technological or even economic.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. Februar 2011
10/2010_English_Nuclear vs. Photovoltaics by Duke University
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Solar and Nuclear Costs — The Historic Crossover
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 18. Oktober 2010
10/2010_English_Corporate Finance and Climate Protection: A Beneficial Alliance
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Corporate Finance and Climate Protection: A Beneficial Alliance
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 14. Oktober 2010
10/2010_English_Corporate Finance and Climate Protection: A Beneficial Alliance (SUMMARY)
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The following proposal represents an attempt to redefine climate protection measures and to reset climate protection targets into accordancewith what is scientifically necessary. In essence, this means organising business in such a way that successful economic activity and climate protection are not mutually exclusive. What is proposed is an evolutionary political process in which statutory regulations are implemented step by step which facilitate profitable financial investment in climate protection activities and technologies on the one hand and which, on the other hand, make climate-damaging actions and technologies appear increasingly to be more of a financial burden.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 14. Oktober 2010
09/2010_English_Jacobson & Delucchi
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Climate change, air pollution, water pollution, and increasingly insecure and unreliable energy supplies are among the greatest environmental and economic challenges of our time. Addressing these challenges will require major changes to the ways we generate and use energy. With this in mind, scientists, policy analysts, entrepreneurs, and others have proposed large-scale projects to transform the global energy system from one that relies primarily on fossil fuels to one that uses clean, abundant, widespread renewable energy resources. Here, we analyze the feasibility associated with providing all our energy for all purposes from wind, water, and the sun (WWS), which are the most promising renewable resources. We first describe the more prominent renewable energy plans that have been proposed, and then discuss the characteristics of WWS energy systems, the availability of WWS resources, supplies of critical materials, methods of addressing the variability of WWS energy to ensure that power supply reliably matches demand, the economics of WWS generation and transmission, the economics of the use of WWS power in transportation, and policy issues. We conclude that barriers to a 100% conversion to WWS power are primarily social and political, not technological or even economic. We suggest a goal to produce all new energy with WWS by 2030 and replace all pre-existing energy by 2050. The cost of energy due to a conversion is expected to be similar to that today.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 15. September 2010
09/2010_English_The Man behind Germany’s Renewable Energy Sources Act
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Hans-Josef Fell, a German parliamentarian and spokesman for the country’s green energy policy speaks about Germany’s Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG) and how Malaysia can successfully emulate this Act.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 8. September 2010
08/2010_English_Solar and Nuclear Costs — The Historic Crossover
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Solar and Nuclear Costs — The Historic Crossover
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 23. August 2010
07/2010_English_Power Point Presentation Intersolar Conference North America
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How FIT can revolutionize the PV Market
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 15. Juli 2010
06/2010_English_Power Point Presentation on Desertec
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Possible Policy Developments that Could Lead to the First Power Plants and Transmission Lines in North Africa
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 17. Juni 2010
06/2010_English_Appeal C.R.I.M.E.S. Nucelar Testing in Algeria
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French nuclear tests in the Algerian Sahara on health and the environment by the compensation for the victims and the rehabilitation and the securing of the sites of tests.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 4. Juni 2010
06/2010_English_Please sing Appeal C.R.I.M.E.S. Nucelar Testing in Algeria
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French nuclear tests in the Algerian Sahara on health and the environment by the compensation for the victims and the rehabilitation and the securing of the sites of tests.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 4. Juni 2010
05/2010_English_Letter to Malaysian Minister Peter Chin Fah Kui
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I really enjoyed the lively conversation with you when I visited Kuala Lampur in April. We agree on many points and I was very excited to hear about your announcement on the 4th of May to begin work on a Feed-in Tariff law. I am fully convinced that Malaysia can achieve a rapid expansion of all renewable energies: solar, wind, hydro, biomass, geothermal and ocean energy, and can thus make a major contribution to climate protection and the safeguarding of the national energy supply.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. Mai 2010
04/2010_English_Newspaper Article Malaysia
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04/2010_English_Newspaper Article Malaysia
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. April 2010
04/2009_English_Washington Paper
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The financial crisis is having a devastating impact on the global economy. Practically all the world’s governments are attempting to support their economies with stimulus packages in order to avert high levels of unemployment and the social disruption that would accompany them. Almost everywhere, these stimulus packages are being fi- nanced from tax revenues. In the majority of cases, the financial resources required are greater than the receipts flowing into the public coffers, with the result that public borrowing is rising rapidly. This dangerous development will impose a heavy burden on future generations because they will have to pay back the debts that are being run up today.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 9. April 2010
03/2010_English_Worldwide Estimated Yearly Energy Costs
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In order to estimate the yearly worldwide cost of energy, both the cost of fuel and the cost of new investments, such as new power plants, refineries or additional infrastructure, must be taken into account. These additional investments are added to the consumers monthly bill and therefore, ultimately paid for by the consumer. Therefore, the cost can be placed approximately between the amount paid for fuel and the money paid by consumers (industrial and private) for fuel and energy.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 23. März 2010
04/2010_English_Newspaper Article Malaysia
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04/2010_English_Newspaper Article Malaysia
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. März 2010
01/2010_English_ISEO-Newsletter Winter 2009/2010
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Climate Conferences as we knew them from the past are a dead end road. They are ill-conceived because climate protection is considered as a burden. Hence nobody is eager to take the lead for shouldering the financial load and procrastinators dictate the tempo.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 12. Januar 2010
01/2010_English_Profile Hans-Josef Fell
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01/2010_English_Profile Hans-Josef Fell
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 11. Januar 2010
12/2009_English_Will this work? Is it realistic?
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In 1971 I had just gotten my high-school diploma. Shortly after we had the first oil- price crisis and the Club of Rome published the Limits to Growth. As a young student I felt closely linked to the rebellious, relieving, and questioning ideas of the German student revolt of 1968 and I wondered how the problems of tighter resources and destruction of nature could be overcome. I realised quickly that one of the main dangers to our world was the use of the fossil and atomic resources. Suppression, exploitation, spoiling the natural environment, and conflicts about oil were already on the agenda in those days. I realised more and more during my studies of physics the problems associated with the use of the atomic energy; I could not simply believe in the many ‘atomic’ claims expressed by my professors and put them into doubt. This was complemented in the early 80s by the awareness of the drama of global change.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 1. Dezember 2009
11/2006_English_Solar programme for Iran
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The consequences of an Iranian war would be devastating: from the risk of lasting, large- scale radioactive contamination and the destruction of regions and human lives to the further destabilisation of the Gulf region and the possible destabilisation of world peace. These fears are shared by a number of stakeholders who want to prevent a potential war.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 1. November 2006
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The transition to auction system of REN support failed: Less investment and higher cost, Kyiv
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The transition to auction system of REN support failed: Less investment and higher cost, Kyiv
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 28. Februar 2019
100% Renewables is the Peace Strategy for Korean Peninsula
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100% Renewables is the Peace Strategy for Korean Peninsula
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 30. Oktober 2018
Speech: 100% Renewables is possible and economic also in Ukraine
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Speech: 100% Renewables is possible and economic also in Ukraine
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 5. Juli 2018
Press release: Ruslana and Hans-Josef Fell Kick-off a Global Peace Campaign for 100% Renewables
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Press release: Ruslana and Hans-Josef Fell Kick-off a Global Peace Campaign for 100% Renewables
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 26. Juni 2018
Speech Opening Session, Green Economic Forum, Astana (May, 2018)
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Six years ago, as a member of the German Parliament, I had the first intensive contact with the government of Kazakhstan. The former Ambassador of Kazakhstan in Germany and now Advisor to Honourable President Nazarbayev, Dr. Nurlan Onzahanov asked me to give advice on how Kazakhstan could shift to a green economy.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 22. Mai 2018
Pathways to 100% Renewable Energy, Abu Dhabi, 2017
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Pathways to 100% Renewable Energy, Abu Dhabi, 2017
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 3. Mai 2018
100% Renewables for Jordan is necessary, possible and economic, Jordan, 2017
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100% Renewables for Jordan is necessary, possible and economic, Jordan, 2017
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 3. Mai 2018
Policy Framework to Achieve 100% Renewable Energy
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Policy Framework to Achieve 100% Renewable Energy
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 12. Januar 2018
Presentation Kyiv Rada Oct 2017 HJF
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Presentation Kyiv Rada Oct 2017 HJF
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 11. Oktober 2017
Agenda of Roundtable Discussion at Verkhovna Rada, Oct 2017
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Agenda of Roundtable Discussion at Verkhovna Rada, Oct 2017
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 11. Oktober 2017
EWG study on tenders and feed-in-tariffs
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EWG study on tenders and feed-in-tariffs
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 15. September 2017
10/2016_English_PNND Letter – EWG Nuclear Energy
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Renewable energy sources generate power at a lower cost than nuclear power plants. Therefore, there is no longer an economic justification to continue with the expansion of nuclear energy. Consequently, funding for states planning further development of nuclear power is redundant. States which continue developing nuclear energy technologies although it does not make any sense economically, seem to aim at a different objective: The development of nuclear weapon programmes.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 4. Oktober 2016
09/2016_English_Incentive Scheme for 100% Renewable Combined Power Solutions
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The integration of the fluctuating renewable energies solar and wind is one of the key tasks for the expansion of renewable energies worldwide.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 22. September 2016
06/2016_English_The projections for the future and quality in the past of the World Energy Outlook for solar PV and other renewable energy technologies
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Global energy demand has grown steadily since the industrial revolution. During the two decades from 1991 to 2012, total primary energy demand (TPED) grew from 91,200 to 155,400 TWhth, or by 70%, and projections expect this number to increase by a further 40% by 2040. Although greenhouse gas emissions in the energy sector have to be reduced to zero by mid-century or earlier to avoid an ecologic disaster, less than 15% of this energy demand is supplied by renewable resources nowadays. The International Energy Agency (IEA) has a significant impact on both political and economic decisions of governments and stakeholders regarding energy. The World Energy Outlook (WEO) report published annually by the IEA projects for the decades to come how TPED and electricity generation, amongst others, will evolve for all major technologies. Since the WEO is often used as a basis for policy making on renewable and conventional energy, a comprehensive analysis of past WEO projections is crucial. Such analysis will ensure well-grounded and realistic energy policy making and can contribute to efforts to fight climate change and to achieve energy security.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 23. Juni 2016
01/2016_English_UN Working Group Letter – Fracking & Human Rights
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We and the 511 undersigned individuals, organizations and coalitions from around the world, contact you with a growing global human rights concern due to the evolution of a socially and environmentally high- risk corporate activity called hydraulic fracturing.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 25. Januar 2016
01/2016_English_Possibilities of renewable energy development
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This material describes the possibilities of renewable energy development in the world, how it is possible to form positive public opinion regard- ing the renewable energy, how Russia can phase out subsidizing conventional energy in order to invest partially to the renewable energy.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 22. Januar 2016
100% – Hans-Josef Fell
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100% – Hans-Josef Fell
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 22. September 2015
03/2015_English_Speech of Energy Commissioner Cañete
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This Commission started with a promise to be different: to be "bigger and more ambitious on big things". Many say that climate change is one of the biggest threats facing our society and the EU has been leading the action to reduce emissions for many years now. As we all know, renewable energy can greatly contribute to that and to reducing our external energy dependency. That's why, the EU becoming the world number one in renewables is one of President Juncker's top priorities, and it is one of my top priorities to take forward in the context of the Energy Union. But good intentions count for nothing if we don’t get the policies right. That’s why renewables take centre stage in the Energy Union action plan and why they are an integral part of the Juncker Plan, designed to unlock the investment the renewable energy sector really needs.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 18. März 2015
09/2014_English_Report from Kiev
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In Ukraine, the dominant topic is the Russian military invasion in the East. Even though the fear is growing, Kiev is peaceful and there was only a small demonstration taking place on Maidan Square on the evening of the Russian aggression. In general, a friendly summer and holiday atmosphere prevailed on Maidan Square and the adjacent streets. However, the economic depression and its consequences were obvious: there was a yawning void in my four-star hotel, directly located at Maidan Square.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 10. September 2014
05/2014_English_Energy Watch Group – EU’s dependency on Russia for natural gas
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oth at EU level and in Germany, there are calls for independence from Russian energy deliveries, and justifiably so. This really is an urgent need, as otherwise the EU, including Germany as the largest buyer of natural gas from Russia, will become ever more politically dependent on Russia.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 20. Mai 2014
11/2013_English_Pressemitteilung der Global 100% RE Coalition
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The Global 100% Renewable Energy Coalition today called at the UN climate summit upon national governments to commit to 100% renewable energy targets and strategies. According to a joint statement from the coalition, “communicating and proving the urgency and feasibility of 100% renewable energy is key to breaking the climate deadlock.” Members of the coalition including World Wind Energy Association, World Bioenergy Association and the Fraunhofer ISE Institute criticized “the ongoing stagnancy of the climate negotiations and their struggle to agree upon and implement measures that effectively combat the climate crisis.” The organizations applauded the fact that „local, regional and national governments across the world are leading way.”
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 19. November 2013
03/2013_English_Energy Bulletin: Germany ’s energy revolution
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the introductory article of the first issue of “Energy Bulletin”, which came out in June 2008, was written by Khristenko, at that time the minister of industry and trade of the russian federation and Chairman of the Gov- erning Board of international Sustainable En- ergy development Centre (iSEdC) under the auspices of UNESCO in this paper, entitled “humanitarian principles of sustainable energy development”, the author highlighted the excep- tional importance of energy education as one of the major instruments of providing the con- ditions of and, finally, ensuring sustainable en- ergy development� he also brought specific pro- posals on developing international cooperation in this field and expressed his hope that such cooperation would lead to the improvement of energy education and the solution of numerous problems facing energy industry and our society as a whole, as well as all its individual members in particular.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. März 2013
02/2013_English_Bankok Post Renewable Energy Article
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Changing to renewable energy 'not expensive'
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 15. Februar 2013
11/2012_English_Striking a Better Balance by Dr. Salim (Worldbank)
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11/2012: English - Striking a Better Balance by Dr. Salim (Worldbank)
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 23. November 2012
09/2012_English_Asia Pacific Super Grid
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This paper explores the large scale transmission of solar electricity to Southeast Asia from Australia. Despite the expense and losses incurred in long distance transmission of Australian solar electricity, it appears to be competitive with locally produced solar electricity because of high insolation levels in Australia. Supplemen- tation of locally produced electricity (both from renewable and conventional sources) with power from Australia, to- gether with substantial integrated energy storage, would allow a high solar electricity fraction to be achieved in Southeast Asia.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 27. September 2012
08/2012_English_The Euro Crisis is also an energy crisis
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A few years ago, many economists were warning that the world economy could not support an oil price of 100 dollars a barrel over the long term. Oil prices have now been hovering around this figure for the past eighteen months. This has coincided with the crisis in the euro zone, which is almost always presented as a financial, banking and sovereign debt crisis. The majority of economists, financial institutions and policy-makers rarely consider that the crisis might possibly be linked to rising fuel and other resource prices.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 24. August 2012
06/2012_English_German MP fights back in policy debate
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In the Anglo world, politicians and energy experts have often held German-style feed-in tariffs to be antithetical to free markets. This misunderstanding has now also flared up in Germany. Now, a paper published by one of the policy's original co-authors clears things up quite well.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 25. Juni 2012
06/2012_English_PPP A fast global switch to Renewable Energy is economical possible and ecological necessary
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A fast global switch to Renewable Energy is economical possible and ecological necessary
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 25. Juni 2012
06/2012_English_Solar programme for Iran
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The consequences of an Iranian war would be devastating: from the risk of lasting, large- scale radioactive contamination and the destruction of regions and human lives to the further destabilisation of the Gulf region and the possible destabilisation of world peace. These fears are shared by a number of stakeholders who want to prevent a potential war.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 7. Juni 2012
03/2012_English_Temelinomics
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The following study examines CEZ’s plans to enlarge its existing nuclear power plant Temelin with the addition of two reactors. The report is arranged in three parts.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 20. März 2012
03/2012_English_Book Flyer Global Cooling
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Sustainable Energy Developments
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 20. März 2012
03/2012_English_Power Point Presentation ANU Canberra, Australia
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Feed in Tariffs for Renewable Electricity to boost 100% renewables
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 1. März 2012
02/2012_English_Bangkok Post Germanys way into renewable energies
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02/2012: English - Bangkok Post Germanys way into renewable energies
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 27. Februar 2012
10/2011_English_Speech WWEC in Cario
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It is a great honor and pleasure to present to you the great success of a new industrial revolution of renewable energies in Germany. I hope, that this will help to strengthen the German Egypt friendship in today’s exciting political times. The success of renewable economy in Germany and other countries could be a good example to help to increase the economy of the North African states, especially after the political erosions.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 31. Oktober 2011
09/2011_English_Speech at the Czech Parliament
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An Energetic Perspective and the Role of Renewables in Europe and the World
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 19. September 2011
09/2011_English_Australia Grid Parity
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The roof mounted photovoltaic (PV) market is a very large and valuable early market for solar PV systems, because such systems compete against the retail rather than wholesale price of electricity.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 2. September 2011
07/2011_English_Press Release Manila
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Renewable energies in Germany and especially Photovoltaic’s have gone through an astonishing industrial expansion in the past decade. 370 000 jobs were created in the renewable energy sector, 120 000 in the solar sector alone. This success even made a fast nuclear phase-out decision justifiable for all political parties in Germany.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 12. Juli 2011
06/2011_English_Power Point Presentation in Prague
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100% Renewables Replace Fossile and Nuclear Energys
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 4. Juli 2011
06/2011_English_News Flash visit Hans-Josef Fell to Manila
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The convention program of PV SUMMIT was opened by the Vice President of the Philippines, Jejomar Binay. Subsequently Mr. Fell was introduced to Vice President Binay and asked to address his keynote speech titled „Vision on energy security, Feed-in-Tariff (FIT) and the economics of solar energy, evolution of the Renewable Energy in Germany” to the audience. As the Philippines is at a crucial stage of decision making on Feed-In-Tariffs, Mr. Fell ́s insights on the development of solar markets were well received. Participants from politics, government agencies and business were supportive of the lobbying efforts of the Philippine solar industry.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 20. Juni 2011
06/2011_English_Timetable for phasing out nuclear energy
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Warning about the dangers of nuclear power has been a driving force in the founding of Green movements worldwide. For the Greens in Germany, phasing out nuclear energy has been one of the party's goals since its inception. With the "nuclear consensus" in 2000/2001 we Greens – in government for the first time – secured a political commitment to phase out nuclear power and impose restrictions on the hitherto unlimited nuclear power plant lifetimes.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 7. Juni 2011
05/2011_English_Feed-in Tariff for Renewable Energy: an effective recovery package without new public borrowing
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The financial crisis of 2008 had a devastating impact on the global economy, an im- pact from which many nations have yet to recover. It is noticeable that two nations in particular – Germany and China – were able to overcome the financial crisis relatively quickly. Both countries place strong emphasis on the development of renewable en- ergy sources. There are two reasons for this: on the one hand, investments in re- newables have significant employment effects; on the other, the use of energy from renewable sources reduces the high and ever more sharply rising cost of purchasing fossil and nuclear fuels.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 31. Mai 2011
05/2011_English_Jacobson/Delucchi Scientific American
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Renewable energy comes from enticing sources: wind, which also produces waves; water, which includes hydroelectric, tidal and geothermal ener- gy (water heated by hot underground rock); and sun, which includes photovoltaics and solar pow- er plants that focus sunlight to heat a fluid that drives a turbine to generate electricity. Our plan includes only technologies that work or are close to working today on a large scale, rather than those that may exist 20 or 30 years from now.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 31. Mai 2011
04/2011_English_Initial reflections on the consequences of Fukushima
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The ongoing nuclear power plant crisis that began in Japan on 11 March 2011 has made it necessary for Germany to review the safety of its own reactors. This applies as much to Fukushima scenarios (I) and similar damage scenarios (II) as it does to a general reassessment of risks (III). The checks must go beyond simply reproducing old results (IV). The safety checks and measures called for here must exploit state-of-the-art science and technology and be implemented at all plants in the near term and as prerequisites for using additional electricity produced as a result of the statutory extension of reactor lifetimes.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 1. April 2011
03/2011_English_Energy Rich Japan“ (ERJ)
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It has long been known that to protect people and the environment from both nuclear risks and dangerous levels of climate change, we must phase out the use of nuclear and fossil fuels, and switch to clean energy technology instead. Using Japan as a example, the „Energy Rich Japan“ Project illustrates that the vision of a clean, green, energy-rich future is not only possible, but globally feasible.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 14. März 2011
02/2011_English_Delucchi, Jacobson (Energy Policy, 2010) 100% WWS power for world, part I
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Climate change, pollution, and energy insecurity are among the greatest problems of our time. Addressing them requires major changes in our energy infrastructure. Here, we analyze the feasibility of providing worldwide energy for all purposes (electric power, transportation, heating/cooling, etc.) from wind, water, and sunlight (WWS). In Part I, we discuss WWS energy system characteristics, current and future energy demand, availability of WWS resources, numbers of WWS devices, and area and material requirements. In Part II, we address variability, economics, and policy of WWS energy. We estimate that 􏰀3,800,000 5 MW wind turbines, 􏰀49,000 300 MW concentrated solar plants, 􏰀40,000 300 MW solar PV power plants, 􏰀 1.7 billion 3 kW rooftop PV systems, 􏰀 5350 100 MW geothermal power plants, 􏰀 270 new 1300 MW hydroelectric power plants, 􏰀 720,000 0.75 MW wave devices, and 􏰀 490,000 1 MW tidal turbines can power a 2030 WWS world that uses electricity and electrolytic hydrogen for all purposes. Such a WWS infrastructure reduces world power demand by 30% and requires only 􏰀0.41% and 􏰀0.59% more of the world’s land for footprint and spacing, respectively. We suggest producing all new energy with WWS by 2030 and replacing the pre-existing energy by 2050. Barriers to the plan are primarily social and political, not technological or economic. The energy cost in a WWS world should be similar to that today.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. Februar 2011
02/2011_English_Delucchi, Jacobson (Energy Policy, 2010) 100% WWS power for world, part II.pdf
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This is Part II of two papers evaluating the feasibility of providing all energy for all purposes (electric power, transportation, and heating/cooling), everywhere in the world, from wind, water, and the sun (WWS). In Part I, we described the prominent renewable energy plans that have been proposed and discussed the characteristics of WWS energy systems, the global demand for and availability of WWS energy, quantities and areas required for WWS infrastructure, and supplies of critical materials. Here, we discuss methods of addressing the variability of WWS energy to ensure that power supply reliably matches demand (including interconnecting geographically dispersed resources, using hydroelectricity, using demand-response management, storing electric power on site, over-sizing peak generation capacity and producing hydrogen with the excess, storing electric power in vehicle batteries, and forecasting weather to project energy supplies), the economics of WWS generation and transmission, the economics of WWS use in transportation, and policy measures needed to enhance the viability of a WWS system. We find that the cost of energy in a 100% WWS will be similar to the cost today. We conclude that barriers to a 100% conversion to WWS power worldwide are primarily social and political, not technological or even economic.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. Februar 2011
10/2010_English_Nuclear vs. Photovoltaics by Duke University
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Solar and Nuclear Costs — The Historic Crossover
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 18. Oktober 2010
10/2010_English_Corporate Finance and Climate Protection: A Beneficial Alliance
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Corporate Finance and Climate Protection: A Beneficial Alliance
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 14. Oktober 2010
10/2010_English_Corporate Finance and Climate Protection: A Beneficial Alliance (SUMMARY)
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The following proposal represents an attempt to redefine climate protection measures and to reset climate protection targets into accordancewith what is scientifically necessary. In essence, this means organising business in such a way that successful economic activity and climate protection are not mutually exclusive. What is proposed is an evolutionary political process in which statutory regulations are implemented step by step which facilitate profitable financial investment in climate protection activities and technologies on the one hand and which, on the other hand, make climate-damaging actions and technologies appear increasingly to be more of a financial burden.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 14. Oktober 2010
09/2010_English_Jacobson & Delucchi
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Climate change, air pollution, water pollution, and increasingly insecure and unreliable energy supplies are among the greatest environmental and economic challenges of our time. Addressing these challenges will require major changes to the ways we generate and use energy. With this in mind, scientists, policy analysts, entrepreneurs, and others have proposed large-scale projects to transform the global energy system from one that relies primarily on fossil fuels to one that uses clean, abundant, widespread renewable energy resources. Here, we analyze the feasibility associated with providing all our energy for all purposes from wind, water, and the sun (WWS), which are the most promising renewable resources. We first describe the more prominent renewable energy plans that have been proposed, and then discuss the characteristics of WWS energy systems, the availability of WWS resources, supplies of critical materials, methods of addressing the variability of WWS energy to ensure that power supply reliably matches demand, the economics of WWS generation and transmission, the economics of the use of WWS power in transportation, and policy issues. We conclude that barriers to a 100% conversion to WWS power are primarily social and political, not technological or even economic. We suggest a goal to produce all new energy with WWS by 2030 and replace all pre-existing energy by 2050. The cost of energy due to a conversion is expected to be similar to that today.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 15. September 2010
09/2010_English_The Man behind Germany’s Renewable Energy Sources Act
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Hans-Josef Fell, a German parliamentarian and spokesman for the country’s green energy policy speaks about Germany’s Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG) and how Malaysia can successfully emulate this Act.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 8. September 2010
08/2010_English_Solar and Nuclear Costs — The Historic Crossover
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Solar and Nuclear Costs — The Historic Crossover
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 23. August 2010
07/2010_English_Power Point Presentation Intersolar Conference North America
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How FIT can revolutionize the PV Market
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 15. Juli 2010
06/2010_English_Power Point Presentation on Desertec
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Possible Policy Developments that Could Lead to the First Power Plants and Transmission Lines in North Africa
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 17. Juni 2010
06/2010_English_Appeal C.R.I.M.E.S. Nucelar Testing in Algeria
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French nuclear tests in the Algerian Sahara on health and the environment by the compensation for the victims and the rehabilitation and the securing of the sites of tests.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 4. Juni 2010
06/2010_English_Please sing Appeal C.R.I.M.E.S. Nucelar Testing in Algeria
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French nuclear tests in the Algerian Sahara on health and the environment by the compensation for the victims and the rehabilitation and the securing of the sites of tests.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 4. Juni 2010
05/2010_English_Letter to Malaysian Minister Peter Chin Fah Kui
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I really enjoyed the lively conversation with you when I visited Kuala Lampur in April. We agree on many points and I was very excited to hear about your announcement on the 4th of May to begin work on a Feed-in Tariff law. I am fully convinced that Malaysia can achieve a rapid expansion of all renewable energies: solar, wind, hydro, biomass, geothermal and ocean energy, and can thus make a major contribution to climate protection and the safeguarding of the national energy supply.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. Mai 2010
04/2010_English_Newspaper Article Malaysia
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04/2010_English_Newspaper Article Malaysia
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. April 2010
04/2009_English_Washington Paper
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The financial crisis is having a devastating impact on the global economy. Practically all the world’s governments are attempting to support their economies with stimulus packages in order to avert high levels of unemployment and the social disruption that would accompany them. Almost everywhere, these stimulus packages are being fi- nanced from tax revenues. In the majority of cases, the financial resources required are greater than the receipts flowing into the public coffers, with the result that public borrowing is rising rapidly. This dangerous development will impose a heavy burden on future generations because they will have to pay back the debts that are being run up today.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 9. April 2010
03/2010_English_Worldwide Estimated Yearly Energy Costs
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In order to estimate the yearly worldwide cost of energy, both the cost of fuel and the cost of new investments, such as new power plants, refineries or additional infrastructure, must be taken into account. These additional investments are added to the consumers monthly bill and therefore, ultimately paid for by the consumer. Therefore, the cost can be placed approximately between the amount paid for fuel and the money paid by consumers (industrial and private) for fuel and energy.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 23. März 2010
04/2010_English_Newspaper Article Malaysia
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04/2010_English_Newspaper Article Malaysia
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. März 2010
01/2010_English_ISEO-Newsletter Winter 2009/2010
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Climate Conferences as we knew them from the past are a dead end road. They are ill-conceived because climate protection is considered as a burden. Hence nobody is eager to take the lead for shouldering the financial load and procrastinators dictate the tempo.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 12. Januar 2010
01/2010_English_Profile Hans-Josef Fell
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01/2010_English_Profile Hans-Josef Fell
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 11. Januar 2010
12/2009_English_Will this work? Is it realistic?
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In 1971 I had just gotten my high-school diploma. Shortly after we had the first oil- price crisis and the Club of Rome published the Limits to Growth. As a young student I felt closely linked to the rebellious, relieving, and questioning ideas of the German student revolt of 1968 and I wondered how the problems of tighter resources and destruction of nature could be overcome. I realised quickly that one of the main dangers to our world was the use of the fossil and atomic resources. Suppression, exploitation, spoiling the natural environment, and conflicts about oil were already on the agenda in those days. I realised more and more during my studies of physics the problems associated with the use of the atomic energy; I could not simply believe in the many ‘atomic’ claims expressed by my professors and put them into doubt. This was complemented in the early 80s by the awareness of the drama of global change.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 1. Dezember 2009
11/2006_English_Solar programme for Iran
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The consequences of an Iranian war would be devastating: from the risk of lasting, large- scale radioactive contamination and the destruction of regions and human lives to the further destabilisation of the Gulf region and the possible destabilisation of world peace. These fears are shared by a number of stakeholders who want to prevent a potential war.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 1. November 2006
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The transition to auction system of REN support failed: Less investment and higher cost, Kyiv
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The transition to auction system of REN support failed: Less investment and higher cost, Kyiv
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 28. Februar 2019
100% Renewables is the Peace Strategy for Korean Peninsula
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100% Renewables is the Peace Strategy for Korean Peninsula
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 30. Oktober 2018
Speech: 100% Renewables is possible and economic also in Ukraine
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Speech: 100% Renewables is possible and economic also in Ukraine
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 5. Juli 2018
Press release: Ruslana and Hans-Josef Fell Kick-off a Global Peace Campaign for 100% Renewables
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Press release: Ruslana and Hans-Josef Fell Kick-off a Global Peace Campaign for 100% Renewables
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 26. Juni 2018
Speech Opening Session, Green Economic Forum, Astana (May, 2018)
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Six years ago, as a member of the German Parliament, I had the first intensive contact with the government of Kazakhstan. The former Ambassador of Kazakhstan in Germany and now Advisor to Honourable President Nazarbayev, Dr. Nurlan Onzahanov asked me to give advice on how Kazakhstan could shift to a green economy.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 22. Mai 2018
Pathways to 100% Renewable Energy, Abu Dhabi, 2017
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Pathways to 100% Renewable Energy, Abu Dhabi, 2017
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 3. Mai 2018
100% Renewables for Jordan is necessary, possible and economic, Jordan, 2017
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100% Renewables for Jordan is necessary, possible and economic, Jordan, 2017
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 3. Mai 2018
Policy Framework to Achieve 100% Renewable Energy
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Policy Framework to Achieve 100% Renewable Energy
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 12. Januar 2018
Presentation Kyiv Rada Oct 2017 HJF
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Presentation Kyiv Rada Oct 2017 HJF
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 11. Oktober 2017
Agenda of Roundtable Discussion at Verkhovna Rada, Oct 2017
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Agenda of Roundtable Discussion at Verkhovna Rada, Oct 2017
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 11. Oktober 2017
EWG study on tenders and feed-in-tariffs
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EWG study on tenders and feed-in-tariffs
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 15. September 2017
10/2016_English_PNND Letter – EWG Nuclear Energy
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Renewable energy sources generate power at a lower cost than nuclear power plants. Therefore, there is no longer an economic justification to continue with the expansion of nuclear energy. Consequently, funding for states planning further development of nuclear power is redundant. States which continue developing nuclear energy technologies although it does not make any sense economically, seem to aim at a different objective: The development of nuclear weapon programmes.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 4. Oktober 2016
09/2016_English_Incentive Scheme for 100% Renewable Combined Power Solutions
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The integration of the fluctuating renewable energies solar and wind is one of the key tasks for the expansion of renewable energies worldwide.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 22. September 2016
06/2016_English_The projections for the future and quality in the past of the World Energy Outlook for solar PV and other renewable energy technologies
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Global energy demand has grown steadily since the industrial revolution. During the two decades from 1991 to 2012, total primary energy demand (TPED) grew from 91,200 to 155,400 TWhth, or by 70%, and projections expect this number to increase by a further 40% by 2040. Although greenhouse gas emissions in the energy sector have to be reduced to zero by mid-century or earlier to avoid an ecologic disaster, less than 15% of this energy demand is supplied by renewable resources nowadays. The International Energy Agency (IEA) has a significant impact on both political and economic decisions of governments and stakeholders regarding energy. The World Energy Outlook (WEO) report published annually by the IEA projects for the decades to come how TPED and electricity generation, amongst others, will evolve for all major technologies. Since the WEO is often used as a basis for policy making on renewable and conventional energy, a comprehensive analysis of past WEO projections is crucial. Such analysis will ensure well-grounded and realistic energy policy making and can contribute to efforts to fight climate change and to achieve energy security.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 23. Juni 2016
01/2016_English_UN Working Group Letter – Fracking & Human Rights
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We and the 511 undersigned individuals, organizations and coalitions from around the world, contact you with a growing global human rights concern due to the evolution of a socially and environmentally high- risk corporate activity called hydraulic fracturing.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 25. Januar 2016
01/2016_English_Possibilities of renewable energy development
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This material describes the possibilities of renewable energy development in the world, how it is possible to form positive public opinion regard- ing the renewable energy, how Russia can phase out subsidizing conventional energy in order to invest partially to the renewable energy.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 22. Januar 2016
100% – Hans-Josef Fell
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100% – Hans-Josef Fell
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 22. September 2015
03/2015_English_Speech of Energy Commissioner Cañete
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This Commission started with a promise to be different: to be "bigger and more ambitious on big things". Many say that climate change is one of the biggest threats facing our society and the EU has been leading the action to reduce emissions for many years now. As we all know, renewable energy can greatly contribute to that and to reducing our external energy dependency. That's why, the EU becoming the world number one in renewables is one of President Juncker's top priorities, and it is one of my top priorities to take forward in the context of the Energy Union. But good intentions count for nothing if we don’t get the policies right. That’s why renewables take centre stage in the Energy Union action plan and why they are an integral part of the Juncker Plan, designed to unlock the investment the renewable energy sector really needs.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 18. März 2015
09/2014_English_Report from Kiev
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In Ukraine, the dominant topic is the Russian military invasion in the East. Even though the fear is growing, Kiev is peaceful and there was only a small demonstration taking place on Maidan Square on the evening of the Russian aggression. In general, a friendly summer and holiday atmosphere prevailed on Maidan Square and the adjacent streets. However, the economic depression and its consequences were obvious: there was a yawning void in my four-star hotel, directly located at Maidan Square.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 10. September 2014
05/2014_English_Energy Watch Group – EU’s dependency on Russia for natural gas
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oth at EU level and in Germany, there are calls for independence from Russian energy deliveries, and justifiably so. This really is an urgent need, as otherwise the EU, including Germany as the largest buyer of natural gas from Russia, will become ever more politically dependent on Russia.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 20. Mai 2014
11/2013_English_Pressemitteilung der Global 100% RE Coalition
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The Global 100% Renewable Energy Coalition today called at the UN climate summit upon national governments to commit to 100% renewable energy targets and strategies. According to a joint statement from the coalition, “communicating and proving the urgency and feasibility of 100% renewable energy is key to breaking the climate deadlock.” Members of the coalition including World Wind Energy Association, World Bioenergy Association and the Fraunhofer ISE Institute criticized “the ongoing stagnancy of the climate negotiations and their struggle to agree upon and implement measures that effectively combat the climate crisis.” The organizations applauded the fact that „local, regional and national governments across the world are leading way.”
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 19. November 2013
03/2013_English_Energy Bulletin: Germany ’s energy revolution
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the introductory article of the first issue of “Energy Bulletin”, which came out in June 2008, was written by Khristenko, at that time the minister of industry and trade of the russian federation and Chairman of the Gov- erning Board of international Sustainable En- ergy development Centre (iSEdC) under the auspices of UNESCO in this paper, entitled “humanitarian principles of sustainable energy development”, the author highlighted the excep- tional importance of energy education as one of the major instruments of providing the con- ditions of and, finally, ensuring sustainable en- ergy development� he also brought specific pro- posals on developing international cooperation in this field and expressed his hope that such cooperation would lead to the improvement of energy education and the solution of numerous problems facing energy industry and our society as a whole, as well as all its individual members in particular.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. März 2013
02/2013_English_Bankok Post Renewable Energy Article
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Changing to renewable energy 'not expensive'
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 15. Februar 2013
11/2012_English_Striking a Better Balance by Dr. Salim (Worldbank)
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11/2012: English - Striking a Better Balance by Dr. Salim (Worldbank)
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 23. November 2012
09/2012_English_Asia Pacific Super Grid
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This paper explores the large scale transmission of solar electricity to Southeast Asia from Australia. Despite the expense and losses incurred in long distance transmission of Australian solar electricity, it appears to be competitive with locally produced solar electricity because of high insolation levels in Australia. Supplemen- tation of locally produced electricity (both from renewable and conventional sources) with power from Australia, to- gether with substantial integrated energy storage, would allow a high solar electricity fraction to be achieved in Southeast Asia.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 27. September 2012
08/2012_English_The Euro Crisis is also an energy crisis
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A few years ago, many economists were warning that the world economy could not support an oil price of 100 dollars a barrel over the long term. Oil prices have now been hovering around this figure for the past eighteen months. This has coincided with the crisis in the euro zone, which is almost always presented as a financial, banking and sovereign debt crisis. The majority of economists, financial institutions and policy-makers rarely consider that the crisis might possibly be linked to rising fuel and other resource prices.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 24. August 2012
06/2012_English_German MP fights back in policy debate
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In the Anglo world, politicians and energy experts have often held German-style feed-in tariffs to be antithetical to free markets. This misunderstanding has now also flared up in Germany. Now, a paper published by one of the policy's original co-authors clears things up quite well.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 25. Juni 2012
06/2012_English_PPP A fast global switch to Renewable Energy is economical possible and ecological necessary
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A fast global switch to Renewable Energy is economical possible and ecological necessary
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 25. Juni 2012
06/2012_English_Solar programme for Iran
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The consequences of an Iranian war would be devastating: from the risk of lasting, large- scale radioactive contamination and the destruction of regions and human lives to the further destabilisation of the Gulf region and the possible destabilisation of world peace. These fears are shared by a number of stakeholders who want to prevent a potential war.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 7. Juni 2012
03/2012_English_Temelinomics
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The following study examines CEZ’s plans to enlarge its existing nuclear power plant Temelin with the addition of two reactors. The report is arranged in three parts.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 20. März 2012
03/2012_English_Book Flyer Global Cooling
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Sustainable Energy Developments
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 20. März 2012
03/2012_English_Power Point Presentation ANU Canberra, Australia
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Feed in Tariffs for Renewable Electricity to boost 100% renewables
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 1. März 2012
02/2012_English_Bangkok Post Germanys way into renewable energies
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02/2012: English - Bangkok Post Germanys way into renewable energies
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 27. Februar 2012
10/2011_English_Speech WWEC in Cario
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It is a great honor and pleasure to present to you the great success of a new industrial revolution of renewable energies in Germany. I hope, that this will help to strengthen the German Egypt friendship in today’s exciting political times. The success of renewable economy in Germany and other countries could be a good example to help to increase the economy of the North African states, especially after the political erosions.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 31. Oktober 2011
09/2011_English_Speech at the Czech Parliament
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An Energetic Perspective and the Role of Renewables in Europe and the World
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 19. September 2011
09/2011_English_Australia Grid Parity
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The roof mounted photovoltaic (PV) market is a very large and valuable early market for solar PV systems, because such systems compete against the retail rather than wholesale price of electricity.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 2. September 2011
07/2011_English_Press Release Manila
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Renewable energies in Germany and especially Photovoltaic’s have gone through an astonishing industrial expansion in the past decade. 370 000 jobs were created in the renewable energy sector, 120 000 in the solar sector alone. This success even made a fast nuclear phase-out decision justifiable for all political parties in Germany.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 12. Juli 2011
06/2011_English_Power Point Presentation in Prague
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100% Renewables Replace Fossile and Nuclear Energys
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 4. Juli 2011
06/2011_English_News Flash visit Hans-Josef Fell to Manila
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The convention program of PV SUMMIT was opened by the Vice President of the Philippines, Jejomar Binay. Subsequently Mr. Fell was introduced to Vice President Binay and asked to address his keynote speech titled „Vision on energy security, Feed-in-Tariff (FIT) and the economics of solar energy, evolution of the Renewable Energy in Germany” to the audience. As the Philippines is at a crucial stage of decision making on Feed-In-Tariffs, Mr. Fell ́s insights on the development of solar markets were well received. Participants from politics, government agencies and business were supportive of the lobbying efforts of the Philippine solar industry.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 20. Juni 2011
06/2011_English_Timetable for phasing out nuclear energy
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Warning about the dangers of nuclear power has been a driving force in the founding of Green movements worldwide. For the Greens in Germany, phasing out nuclear energy has been one of the party's goals since its inception. With the "nuclear consensus" in 2000/2001 we Greens – in government for the first time – secured a political commitment to phase out nuclear power and impose restrictions on the hitherto unlimited nuclear power plant lifetimes.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 7. Juni 2011
05/2011_English_Feed-in Tariff for Renewable Energy: an effective recovery package without new public borrowing
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The financial crisis of 2008 had a devastating impact on the global economy, an im- pact from which many nations have yet to recover. It is noticeable that two nations in particular – Germany and China – were able to overcome the financial crisis relatively quickly. Both countries place strong emphasis on the development of renewable en- ergy sources. There are two reasons for this: on the one hand, investments in re- newables have significant employment effects; on the other, the use of energy from renewable sources reduces the high and ever more sharply rising cost of purchasing fossil and nuclear fuels.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 31. Mai 2011
05/2011_English_Jacobson/Delucchi Scientific American
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Renewable energy comes from enticing sources: wind, which also produces waves; water, which includes hydroelectric, tidal and geothermal ener- gy (water heated by hot underground rock); and sun, which includes photovoltaics and solar pow- er plants that focus sunlight to heat a fluid that drives a turbine to generate electricity. Our plan includes only technologies that work or are close to working today on a large scale, rather than those that may exist 20 or 30 years from now.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 31. Mai 2011
04/2011_English_Initial reflections on the consequences of Fukushima
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The ongoing nuclear power plant crisis that began in Japan on 11 March 2011 has made it necessary for Germany to review the safety of its own reactors. This applies as much to Fukushima scenarios (I) and similar damage scenarios (II) as it does to a general reassessment of risks (III). The checks must go beyond simply reproducing old results (IV). The safety checks and measures called for here must exploit state-of-the-art science and technology and be implemented at all plants in the near term and as prerequisites for using additional electricity produced as a result of the statutory extension of reactor lifetimes.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 1. April 2011
03/2011_English_Energy Rich Japan“ (ERJ)
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It has long been known that to protect people and the environment from both nuclear risks and dangerous levels of climate change, we must phase out the use of nuclear and fossil fuels, and switch to clean energy technology instead. Using Japan as a example, the „Energy Rich Japan“ Project illustrates that the vision of a clean, green, energy-rich future is not only possible, but globally feasible.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 14. März 2011
02/2011_English_Delucchi, Jacobson (Energy Policy, 2010) 100% WWS power for world, part I
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Climate change, pollution, and energy insecurity are among the greatest problems of our time. Addressing them requires major changes in our energy infrastructure. Here, we analyze the feasibility of providing worldwide energy for all purposes (electric power, transportation, heating/cooling, etc.) from wind, water, and sunlight (WWS). In Part I, we discuss WWS energy system characteristics, current and future energy demand, availability of WWS resources, numbers of WWS devices, and area and material requirements. In Part II, we address variability, economics, and policy of WWS energy. We estimate that 􏰀3,800,000 5 MW wind turbines, 􏰀49,000 300 MW concentrated solar plants, 􏰀40,000 300 MW solar PV power plants, 􏰀 1.7 billion 3 kW rooftop PV systems, 􏰀 5350 100 MW geothermal power plants, 􏰀 270 new 1300 MW hydroelectric power plants, 􏰀 720,000 0.75 MW wave devices, and 􏰀 490,000 1 MW tidal turbines can power a 2030 WWS world that uses electricity and electrolytic hydrogen for all purposes. Such a WWS infrastructure reduces world power demand by 30% and requires only 􏰀0.41% and 􏰀0.59% more of the world’s land for footprint and spacing, respectively. We suggest producing all new energy with WWS by 2030 and replacing the pre-existing energy by 2050. Barriers to the plan are primarily social and political, not technological or economic. The energy cost in a WWS world should be similar to that today.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. Februar 2011
02/2011_English_Delucchi, Jacobson (Energy Policy, 2010) 100% WWS power for world, part II.pdf
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This is Part II of two papers evaluating the feasibility of providing all energy for all purposes (electric power, transportation, and heating/cooling), everywhere in the world, from wind, water, and the sun (WWS). In Part I, we described the prominent renewable energy plans that have been proposed and discussed the characteristics of WWS energy systems, the global demand for and availability of WWS energy, quantities and areas required for WWS infrastructure, and supplies of critical materials. Here, we discuss methods of addressing the variability of WWS energy to ensure that power supply reliably matches demand (including interconnecting geographically dispersed resources, using hydroelectricity, using demand-response management, storing electric power on site, over-sizing peak generation capacity and producing hydrogen with the excess, storing electric power in vehicle batteries, and forecasting weather to project energy supplies), the economics of WWS generation and transmission, the economics of WWS use in transportation, and policy measures needed to enhance the viability of a WWS system. We find that the cost of energy in a 100% WWS will be similar to the cost today. We conclude that barriers to a 100% conversion to WWS power worldwide are primarily social and political, not technological or even economic.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. Februar 2011
10/2010_English_Nuclear vs. Photovoltaics by Duke University
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Solar and Nuclear Costs — The Historic Crossover
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 18. Oktober 2010
10/2010_English_Corporate Finance and Climate Protection: A Beneficial Alliance
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Corporate Finance and Climate Protection: A Beneficial Alliance
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 14. Oktober 2010
10/2010_English_Corporate Finance and Climate Protection: A Beneficial Alliance (SUMMARY)
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The following proposal represents an attempt to redefine climate protection measures and to reset climate protection targets into accordancewith what is scientifically necessary. In essence, this means organising business in such a way that successful economic activity and climate protection are not mutually exclusive. What is proposed is an evolutionary political process in which statutory regulations are implemented step by step which facilitate profitable financial investment in climate protection activities and technologies on the one hand and which, on the other hand, make climate-damaging actions and technologies appear increasingly to be more of a financial burden.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 14. Oktober 2010
09/2010_English_Jacobson & Delucchi
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Climate change, air pollution, water pollution, and increasingly insecure and unreliable energy supplies are among the greatest environmental and economic challenges of our time. Addressing these challenges will require major changes to the ways we generate and use energy. With this in mind, scientists, policy analysts, entrepreneurs, and others have proposed large-scale projects to transform the global energy system from one that relies primarily on fossil fuels to one that uses clean, abundant, widespread renewable energy resources. Here, we analyze the feasibility associated with providing all our energy for all purposes from wind, water, and the sun (WWS), which are the most promising renewable resources. We first describe the more prominent renewable energy plans that have been proposed, and then discuss the characteristics of WWS energy systems, the availability of WWS resources, supplies of critical materials, methods of addressing the variability of WWS energy to ensure that power supply reliably matches demand, the economics of WWS generation and transmission, the economics of the use of WWS power in transportation, and policy issues. We conclude that barriers to a 100% conversion to WWS power are primarily social and political, not technological or even economic. We suggest a goal to produce all new energy with WWS by 2030 and replace all pre-existing energy by 2050. The cost of energy due to a conversion is expected to be similar to that today.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 15. September 2010
09/2010_English_The Man behind Germany’s Renewable Energy Sources Act
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Hans-Josef Fell, a German parliamentarian and spokesman for the country’s green energy policy speaks about Germany’s Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG) and how Malaysia can successfully emulate this Act.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 8. September 2010
08/2010_English_Solar and Nuclear Costs — The Historic Crossover
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Solar and Nuclear Costs — The Historic Crossover
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 23. August 2010
07/2010_English_Power Point Presentation Intersolar Conference North America
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How FIT can revolutionize the PV Market
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 15. Juli 2010
06/2010_English_Power Point Presentation on Desertec
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Possible Policy Developments that Could Lead to the First Power Plants and Transmission Lines in North Africa
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 17. Juni 2010
06/2010_English_Appeal C.R.I.M.E.S. Nucelar Testing in Algeria
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French nuclear tests in the Algerian Sahara on health and the environment by the compensation for the victims and the rehabilitation and the securing of the sites of tests.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 4. Juni 2010
06/2010_English_Please sing Appeal C.R.I.M.E.S. Nucelar Testing in Algeria
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French nuclear tests in the Algerian Sahara on health and the environment by the compensation for the victims and the rehabilitation and the securing of the sites of tests.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 4. Juni 2010
05/2010_English_Letter to Malaysian Minister Peter Chin Fah Kui
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I really enjoyed the lively conversation with you when I visited Kuala Lampur in April. We agree on many points and I was very excited to hear about your announcement on the 4th of May to begin work on a Feed-in Tariff law. I am fully convinced that Malaysia can achieve a rapid expansion of all renewable energies: solar, wind, hydro, biomass, geothermal and ocean energy, and can thus make a major contribution to climate protection and the safeguarding of the national energy supply.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. Mai 2010
04/2010_English_Newspaper Article Malaysia
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04/2010_English_Newspaper Article Malaysia
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. April 2010
04/2009_English_Washington Paper
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The financial crisis is having a devastating impact on the global economy. Practically all the world’s governments are attempting to support their economies with stimulus packages in order to avert high levels of unemployment and the social disruption that would accompany them. Almost everywhere, these stimulus packages are being fi- nanced from tax revenues. In the majority of cases, the financial resources required are greater than the receipts flowing into the public coffers, with the result that public borrowing is rising rapidly. This dangerous development will impose a heavy burden on future generations because they will have to pay back the debts that are being run up today.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 9. April 2010
03/2010_English_Worldwide Estimated Yearly Energy Costs
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In order to estimate the yearly worldwide cost of energy, both the cost of fuel and the cost of new investments, such as new power plants, refineries or additional infrastructure, must be taken into account. These additional investments are added to the consumers monthly bill and therefore, ultimately paid for by the consumer. Therefore, the cost can be placed approximately between the amount paid for fuel and the money paid by consumers (industrial and private) for fuel and energy.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 23. März 2010
04/2010_English_Newspaper Article Malaysia
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04/2010_English_Newspaper Article Malaysia
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. März 2010
01/2010_English_ISEO-Newsletter Winter 2009/2010
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Climate Conferences as we knew them from the past are a dead end road. They are ill-conceived because climate protection is considered as a burden. Hence nobody is eager to take the lead for shouldering the financial load and procrastinators dictate the tempo.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 12. Januar 2010
01/2010_English_Profile Hans-Josef Fell
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01/2010_English_Profile Hans-Josef Fell
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 11. Januar 2010
12/2009_English_Will this work? Is it realistic?
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In 1971 I had just gotten my high-school diploma. Shortly after we had the first oil- price crisis and the Club of Rome published the Limits to Growth. As a young student I felt closely linked to the rebellious, relieving, and questioning ideas of the German student revolt of 1968 and I wondered how the problems of tighter resources and destruction of nature could be overcome. I realised quickly that one of the main dangers to our world was the use of the fossil and atomic resources. Suppression, exploitation, spoiling the natural environment, and conflicts about oil were already on the agenda in those days. I realised more and more during my studies of physics the problems associated with the use of the atomic energy; I could not simply believe in the many ‘atomic’ claims expressed by my professors and put them into doubt. This was complemented in the early 80s by the awareness of the drama of global change.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 1. Dezember 2009
11/2006_English_Solar programme for Iran
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The consequences of an Iranian war would be devastating: from the risk of lasting, large- scale radioactive contamination and the destruction of regions and human lives to the further destabilisation of the Gulf region and the possible destabilisation of world peace. These fears are shared by a number of stakeholders who want to prevent a potential war.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 1. November 2006
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The transition to auction system of REN support failed: Less investment and higher cost, Kyiv
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The transition to auction system of REN support failed: Less investment and higher cost, Kyiv
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 28. Februar 2019
100% Renewables is the Peace Strategy for Korean Peninsula
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100% Renewables is the Peace Strategy for Korean Peninsula
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 30. Oktober 2018
Speech: 100% Renewables is possible and economic also in Ukraine
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Speech: 100% Renewables is possible and economic also in Ukraine
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 5. Juli 2018
Press release: Ruslana and Hans-Josef Fell Kick-off a Global Peace Campaign for 100% Renewables
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Press release: Ruslana and Hans-Josef Fell Kick-off a Global Peace Campaign for 100% Renewables
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 26. Juni 2018
Speech Opening Session, Green Economic Forum, Astana (May, 2018)
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Six years ago, as a member of the German Parliament, I had the first intensive contact with the government of Kazakhstan. The former Ambassador of Kazakhstan in Germany and now Advisor to Honourable President Nazarbayev, Dr. Nurlan Onzahanov asked me to give advice on how Kazakhstan could shift to a green economy.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 22. Mai 2018
Pathways to 100% Renewable Energy, Abu Dhabi, 2017
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Pathways to 100% Renewable Energy, Abu Dhabi, 2017
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 3. Mai 2018
100% Renewables for Jordan is necessary, possible and economic, Jordan, 2017
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100% Renewables for Jordan is necessary, possible and economic, Jordan, 2017
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 3. Mai 2018
Policy Framework to Achieve 100% Renewable Energy
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Policy Framework to Achieve 100% Renewable Energy
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 12. Januar 2018
Presentation Kyiv Rada Oct 2017 HJF
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Presentation Kyiv Rada Oct 2017 HJF
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 11. Oktober 2017
Agenda of Roundtable Discussion at Verkhovna Rada, Oct 2017
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Agenda of Roundtable Discussion at Verkhovna Rada, Oct 2017
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 11. Oktober 2017
EWG study on tenders and feed-in-tariffs
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EWG study on tenders and feed-in-tariffs
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 15. September 2017
10/2016_English_PNND Letter – EWG Nuclear Energy
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Renewable energy sources generate power at a lower cost than nuclear power plants. Therefore, there is no longer an economic justification to continue with the expansion of nuclear energy. Consequently, funding for states planning further development of nuclear power is redundant. States which continue developing nuclear energy technologies although it does not make any sense economically, seem to aim at a different objective: The development of nuclear weapon programmes.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 4. Oktober 2016
09/2016_English_Incentive Scheme for 100% Renewable Combined Power Solutions
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The integration of the fluctuating renewable energies solar and wind is one of the key tasks for the expansion of renewable energies worldwide.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 22. September 2016
06/2016_English_The projections for the future and quality in the past of the World Energy Outlook for solar PV and other renewable energy technologies
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Global energy demand has grown steadily since the industrial revolution. During the two decades from 1991 to 2012, total primary energy demand (TPED) grew from 91,200 to 155,400 TWhth, or by 70%, and projections expect this number to increase by a further 40% by 2040. Although greenhouse gas emissions in the energy sector have to be reduced to zero by mid-century or earlier to avoid an ecologic disaster, less than 15% of this energy demand is supplied by renewable resources nowadays. The International Energy Agency (IEA) has a significant impact on both political and economic decisions of governments and stakeholders regarding energy. The World Energy Outlook (WEO) report published annually by the IEA projects for the decades to come how TPED and electricity generation, amongst others, will evolve for all major technologies. Since the WEO is often used as a basis for policy making on renewable and conventional energy, a comprehensive analysis of past WEO projections is crucial. Such analysis will ensure well-grounded and realistic energy policy making and can contribute to efforts to fight climate change and to achieve energy security.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 23. Juni 2016
01/2016_English_UN Working Group Letter – Fracking & Human Rights
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We and the 511 undersigned individuals, organizations and coalitions from around the world, contact you with a growing global human rights concern due to the evolution of a socially and environmentally high- risk corporate activity called hydraulic fracturing.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 25. Januar 2016
01/2016_English_Possibilities of renewable energy development
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This material describes the possibilities of renewable energy development in the world, how it is possible to form positive public opinion regard- ing the renewable energy, how Russia can phase out subsidizing conventional energy in order to invest partially to the renewable energy.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 22. Januar 2016
100% – Hans-Josef Fell
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100% – Hans-Josef Fell
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 22. September 2015
03/2015_English_Speech of Energy Commissioner Cañete
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This Commission started with a promise to be different: to be "bigger and more ambitious on big things". Many say that climate change is one of the biggest threats facing our society and the EU has been leading the action to reduce emissions for many years now. As we all know, renewable energy can greatly contribute to that and to reducing our external energy dependency. That's why, the EU becoming the world number one in renewables is one of President Juncker's top priorities, and it is one of my top priorities to take forward in the context of the Energy Union. But good intentions count for nothing if we don’t get the policies right. That’s why renewables take centre stage in the Energy Union action plan and why they are an integral part of the Juncker Plan, designed to unlock the investment the renewable energy sector really needs.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 18. März 2015
09/2014_English_Report from Kiev
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In Ukraine, the dominant topic is the Russian military invasion in the East. Even though the fear is growing, Kiev is peaceful and there was only a small demonstration taking place on Maidan Square on the evening of the Russian aggression. In general, a friendly summer and holiday atmosphere prevailed on Maidan Square and the adjacent streets. However, the economic depression and its consequences were obvious: there was a yawning void in my four-star hotel, directly located at Maidan Square.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 10. September 2014
05/2014_English_Energy Watch Group – EU’s dependency on Russia for natural gas
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oth at EU level and in Germany, there are calls for independence from Russian energy deliveries, and justifiably so. This really is an urgent need, as otherwise the EU, including Germany as the largest buyer of natural gas from Russia, will become ever more politically dependent on Russia.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 20. Mai 2014
11/2013_English_Pressemitteilung der Global 100% RE Coalition
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The Global 100% Renewable Energy Coalition today called at the UN climate summit upon national governments to commit to 100% renewable energy targets and strategies. According to a joint statement from the coalition, “communicating and proving the urgency and feasibility of 100% renewable energy is key to breaking the climate deadlock.” Members of the coalition including World Wind Energy Association, World Bioenergy Association and the Fraunhofer ISE Institute criticized “the ongoing stagnancy of the climate negotiations and their struggle to agree upon and implement measures that effectively combat the climate crisis.” The organizations applauded the fact that „local, regional and national governments across the world are leading way.”
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 19. November 2013
03/2013_English_Energy Bulletin: Germany ’s energy revolution
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the introductory article of the first issue of “Energy Bulletin”, which came out in June 2008, was written by Khristenko, at that time the minister of industry and trade of the russian federation and Chairman of the Gov- erning Board of international Sustainable En- ergy development Centre (iSEdC) under the auspices of UNESCO in this paper, entitled “humanitarian principles of sustainable energy development”, the author highlighted the excep- tional importance of energy education as one of the major instruments of providing the con- ditions of and, finally, ensuring sustainable en- ergy development� he also brought specific pro- posals on developing international cooperation in this field and expressed his hope that such cooperation would lead to the improvement of energy education and the solution of numerous problems facing energy industry and our society as a whole, as well as all its individual members in particular.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. März 2013
02/2013_English_Bankok Post Renewable Energy Article
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Changing to renewable energy 'not expensive'
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 15. Februar 2013
11/2012_English_Striking a Better Balance by Dr. Salim (Worldbank)
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11/2012: English - Striking a Better Balance by Dr. Salim (Worldbank)
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 23. November 2012
09/2012_English_Asia Pacific Super Grid
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This paper explores the large scale transmission of solar electricity to Southeast Asia from Australia. Despite the expense and losses incurred in long distance transmission of Australian solar electricity, it appears to be competitive with locally produced solar electricity because of high insolation levels in Australia. Supplemen- tation of locally produced electricity (both from renewable and conventional sources) with power from Australia, to- gether with substantial integrated energy storage, would allow a high solar electricity fraction to be achieved in Southeast Asia.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 27. September 2012
08/2012_English_The Euro Crisis is also an energy crisis
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A few years ago, many economists were warning that the world economy could not support an oil price of 100 dollars a barrel over the long term. Oil prices have now been hovering around this figure for the past eighteen months. This has coincided with the crisis in the euro zone, which is almost always presented as a financial, banking and sovereign debt crisis. The majority of economists, financial institutions and policy-makers rarely consider that the crisis might possibly be linked to rising fuel and other resource prices.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 24. August 2012
06/2012_English_German MP fights back in policy debate
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In the Anglo world, politicians and energy experts have often held German-style feed-in tariffs to be antithetical to free markets. This misunderstanding has now also flared up in Germany. Now, a paper published by one of the policy's original co-authors clears things up quite well.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 25. Juni 2012
06/2012_English_PPP A fast global switch to Renewable Energy is economical possible and ecological necessary
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A fast global switch to Renewable Energy is economical possible and ecological necessary
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 25. Juni 2012
06/2012_English_Solar programme for Iran
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The consequences of an Iranian war would be devastating: from the risk of lasting, large- scale radioactive contamination and the destruction of regions and human lives to the further destabilisation of the Gulf region and the possible destabilisation of world peace. These fears are shared by a number of stakeholders who want to prevent a potential war.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 7. Juni 2012
03/2012_English_Temelinomics
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The following study examines CEZ’s plans to enlarge its existing nuclear power plant Temelin with the addition of two reactors. The report is arranged in three parts.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 20. März 2012
03/2012_English_Book Flyer Global Cooling
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Sustainable Energy Developments
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 20. März 2012
03/2012_English_Power Point Presentation ANU Canberra, Australia
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Feed in Tariffs for Renewable Electricity to boost 100% renewables
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 1. März 2012
02/2012_English_Bangkok Post Germanys way into renewable energies
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02/2012: English - Bangkok Post Germanys way into renewable energies
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 27. Februar 2012
10/2011_English_Speech WWEC in Cario
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It is a great honor and pleasure to present to you the great success of a new industrial revolution of renewable energies in Germany. I hope, that this will help to strengthen the German Egypt friendship in today’s exciting political times. The success of renewable economy in Germany and other countries could be a good example to help to increase the economy of the North African states, especially after the political erosions.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 31. Oktober 2011
09/2011_English_Speech at the Czech Parliament
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An Energetic Perspective and the Role of Renewables in Europe and the World
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 19. September 2011
09/2011_English_Australia Grid Parity
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The roof mounted photovoltaic (PV) market is a very large and valuable early market for solar PV systems, because such systems compete against the retail rather than wholesale price of electricity.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 2. September 2011
07/2011_English_Press Release Manila
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Renewable energies in Germany and especially Photovoltaic’s have gone through an astonishing industrial expansion in the past decade. 370 000 jobs were created in the renewable energy sector, 120 000 in the solar sector alone. This success even made a fast nuclear phase-out decision justifiable for all political parties in Germany.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 12. Juli 2011
06/2011_English_Power Point Presentation in Prague
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100% Renewables Replace Fossile and Nuclear Energys
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 4. Juli 2011
06/2011_English_News Flash visit Hans-Josef Fell to Manila
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The convention program of PV SUMMIT was opened by the Vice President of the Philippines, Jejomar Binay. Subsequently Mr. Fell was introduced to Vice President Binay and asked to address his keynote speech titled „Vision on energy security, Feed-in-Tariff (FIT) and the economics of solar energy, evolution of the Renewable Energy in Germany” to the audience. As the Philippines is at a crucial stage of decision making on Feed-In-Tariffs, Mr. Fell ́s insights on the development of solar markets were well received. Participants from politics, government agencies and business were supportive of the lobbying efforts of the Philippine solar industry.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 20. Juni 2011
06/2011_English_Timetable for phasing out nuclear energy
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Warning about the dangers of nuclear power has been a driving force in the founding of Green movements worldwide. For the Greens in Germany, phasing out nuclear energy has been one of the party's goals since its inception. With the "nuclear consensus" in 2000/2001 we Greens – in government for the first time – secured a political commitment to phase out nuclear power and impose restrictions on the hitherto unlimited nuclear power plant lifetimes.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 7. Juni 2011
05/2011_English_Feed-in Tariff for Renewable Energy: an effective recovery package without new public borrowing
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The financial crisis of 2008 had a devastating impact on the global economy, an im- pact from which many nations have yet to recover. It is noticeable that two nations in particular – Germany and China – were able to overcome the financial crisis relatively quickly. Both countries place strong emphasis on the development of renewable en- ergy sources. There are two reasons for this: on the one hand, investments in re- newables have significant employment effects; on the other, the use of energy from renewable sources reduces the high and ever more sharply rising cost of purchasing fossil and nuclear fuels.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 31. Mai 2011
05/2011_English_Jacobson/Delucchi Scientific American
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Renewable energy comes from enticing sources: wind, which also produces waves; water, which includes hydroelectric, tidal and geothermal ener- gy (water heated by hot underground rock); and sun, which includes photovoltaics and solar pow- er plants that focus sunlight to heat a fluid that drives a turbine to generate electricity. Our plan includes only technologies that work or are close to working today on a large scale, rather than those that may exist 20 or 30 years from now.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 31. Mai 2011
04/2011_English_Initial reflections on the consequences of Fukushima
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The ongoing nuclear power plant crisis that began in Japan on 11 March 2011 has made it necessary for Germany to review the safety of its own reactors. This applies as much to Fukushima scenarios (I) and similar damage scenarios (II) as it does to a general reassessment of risks (III). The checks must go beyond simply reproducing old results (IV). The safety checks and measures called for here must exploit state-of-the-art science and technology and be implemented at all plants in the near term and as prerequisites for using additional electricity produced as a result of the statutory extension of reactor lifetimes.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 1. April 2011
03/2011_English_Energy Rich Japan“ (ERJ)
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It has long been known that to protect people and the environment from both nuclear risks and dangerous levels of climate change, we must phase out the use of nuclear and fossil fuels, and switch to clean energy technology instead. Using Japan as a example, the „Energy Rich Japan“ Project illustrates that the vision of a clean, green, energy-rich future is not only possible, but globally feasible.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 14. März 2011
02/2011_English_Delucchi, Jacobson (Energy Policy, 2010) 100% WWS power for world, part I
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Climate change, pollution, and energy insecurity are among the greatest problems of our time. Addressing them requires major changes in our energy infrastructure. Here, we analyze the feasibility of providing worldwide energy for all purposes (electric power, transportation, heating/cooling, etc.) from wind, water, and sunlight (WWS). In Part I, we discuss WWS energy system characteristics, current and future energy demand, availability of WWS resources, numbers of WWS devices, and area and material requirements. In Part II, we address variability, economics, and policy of WWS energy. We estimate that 􏰀3,800,000 5 MW wind turbines, 􏰀49,000 300 MW concentrated solar plants, 􏰀40,000 300 MW solar PV power plants, 􏰀 1.7 billion 3 kW rooftop PV systems, 􏰀 5350 100 MW geothermal power plants, 􏰀 270 new 1300 MW hydroelectric power plants, 􏰀 720,000 0.75 MW wave devices, and 􏰀 490,000 1 MW tidal turbines can power a 2030 WWS world that uses electricity and electrolytic hydrogen for all purposes. Such a WWS infrastructure reduces world power demand by 30% and requires only 􏰀0.41% and 􏰀0.59% more of the world’s land for footprint and spacing, respectively. We suggest producing all new energy with WWS by 2030 and replacing the pre-existing energy by 2050. Barriers to the plan are primarily social and political, not technological or economic. The energy cost in a WWS world should be similar to that today.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. Februar 2011
02/2011_English_Delucchi, Jacobson (Energy Policy, 2010) 100% WWS power for world, part II.pdf
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This is Part II of two papers evaluating the feasibility of providing all energy for all purposes (electric power, transportation, and heating/cooling), everywhere in the world, from wind, water, and the sun (WWS). In Part I, we described the prominent renewable energy plans that have been proposed and discussed the characteristics of WWS energy systems, the global demand for and availability of WWS energy, quantities and areas required for WWS infrastructure, and supplies of critical materials. Here, we discuss methods of addressing the variability of WWS energy to ensure that power supply reliably matches demand (including interconnecting geographically dispersed resources, using hydroelectricity, using demand-response management, storing electric power on site, over-sizing peak generation capacity and producing hydrogen with the excess, storing electric power in vehicle batteries, and forecasting weather to project energy supplies), the economics of WWS generation and transmission, the economics of WWS use in transportation, and policy measures needed to enhance the viability of a WWS system. We find that the cost of energy in a 100% WWS will be similar to the cost today. We conclude that barriers to a 100% conversion to WWS power worldwide are primarily social and political, not technological or even economic.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. Februar 2011
10/2010_English_Nuclear vs. Photovoltaics by Duke University
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Solar and Nuclear Costs — The Historic Crossover
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 18. Oktober 2010
10/2010_English_Corporate Finance and Climate Protection: A Beneficial Alliance
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Corporate Finance and Climate Protection: A Beneficial Alliance
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 14. Oktober 2010
10/2010_English_Corporate Finance and Climate Protection: A Beneficial Alliance (SUMMARY)
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The following proposal represents an attempt to redefine climate protection measures and to reset climate protection targets into accordancewith what is scientifically necessary. In essence, this means organising business in such a way that successful economic activity and climate protection are not mutually exclusive. What is proposed is an evolutionary political process in which statutory regulations are implemented step by step which facilitate profitable financial investment in climate protection activities and technologies on the one hand and which, on the other hand, make climate-damaging actions and technologies appear increasingly to be more of a financial burden.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 14. Oktober 2010
09/2010_English_Jacobson & Delucchi
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Climate change, air pollution, water pollution, and increasingly insecure and unreliable energy supplies are among the greatest environmental and economic challenges of our time. Addressing these challenges will require major changes to the ways we generate and use energy. With this in mind, scientists, policy analysts, entrepreneurs, and others have proposed large-scale projects to transform the global energy system from one that relies primarily on fossil fuels to one that uses clean, abundant, widespread renewable energy resources. Here, we analyze the feasibility associated with providing all our energy for all purposes from wind, water, and the sun (WWS), which are the most promising renewable resources. We first describe the more prominent renewable energy plans that have been proposed, and then discuss the characteristics of WWS energy systems, the availability of WWS resources, supplies of critical materials, methods of addressing the variability of WWS energy to ensure that power supply reliably matches demand, the economics of WWS generation and transmission, the economics of the use of WWS power in transportation, and policy issues. We conclude that barriers to a 100% conversion to WWS power are primarily social and political, not technological or even economic. We suggest a goal to produce all new energy with WWS by 2030 and replace all pre-existing energy by 2050. The cost of energy due to a conversion is expected to be similar to that today.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 15. September 2010
09/2010_English_The Man behind Germany’s Renewable Energy Sources Act
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Hans-Josef Fell, a German parliamentarian and spokesman for the country’s green energy policy speaks about Germany’s Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG) and how Malaysia can successfully emulate this Act.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 8. September 2010
08/2010_English_Solar and Nuclear Costs — The Historic Crossover
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Solar and Nuclear Costs — The Historic Crossover
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 23. August 2010
07/2010_English_Power Point Presentation Intersolar Conference North America
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How FIT can revolutionize the PV Market
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 15. Juli 2010
06/2010_English_Power Point Presentation on Desertec
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Possible Policy Developments that Could Lead to the First Power Plants and Transmission Lines in North Africa
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 17. Juni 2010
06/2010_English_Appeal C.R.I.M.E.S. Nucelar Testing in Algeria
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French nuclear tests in the Algerian Sahara on health and the environment by the compensation for the victims and the rehabilitation and the securing of the sites of tests.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 4. Juni 2010
06/2010_English_Please sing Appeal C.R.I.M.E.S. Nucelar Testing in Algeria
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French nuclear tests in the Algerian Sahara on health and the environment by the compensation for the victims and the rehabilitation and the securing of the sites of tests.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 4. Juni 2010
05/2010_English_Letter to Malaysian Minister Peter Chin Fah Kui
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I really enjoyed the lively conversation with you when I visited Kuala Lampur in April. We agree on many points and I was very excited to hear about your announcement on the 4th of May to begin work on a Feed-in Tariff law. I am fully convinced that Malaysia can achieve a rapid expansion of all renewable energies: solar, wind, hydro, biomass, geothermal and ocean energy, and can thus make a major contribution to climate protection and the safeguarding of the national energy supply.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. Mai 2010
04/2010_English_Newspaper Article Malaysia
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04/2010_English_Newspaper Article Malaysia
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. April 2010
04/2009_English_Washington Paper
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The financial crisis is having a devastating impact on the global economy. Practically all the world’s governments are attempting to support their economies with stimulus packages in order to avert high levels of unemployment and the social disruption that would accompany them. Almost everywhere, these stimulus packages are being fi- nanced from tax revenues. In the majority of cases, the financial resources required are greater than the receipts flowing into the public coffers, with the result that public borrowing is rising rapidly. This dangerous development will impose a heavy burden on future generations because they will have to pay back the debts that are being run up today.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 9. April 2010
03/2010_English_Worldwide Estimated Yearly Energy Costs
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In order to estimate the yearly worldwide cost of energy, both the cost of fuel and the cost of new investments, such as new power plants, refineries or additional infrastructure, must be taken into account. These additional investments are added to the consumers monthly bill and therefore, ultimately paid for by the consumer. Therefore, the cost can be placed approximately between the amount paid for fuel and the money paid by consumers (industrial and private) for fuel and energy.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 23. März 2010
04/2010_English_Newspaper Article Malaysia
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04/2010_English_Newspaper Article Malaysia
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. März 2010
01/2010_English_ISEO-Newsletter Winter 2009/2010
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Climate Conferences as we knew them from the past are a dead end road. They are ill-conceived because climate protection is considered as a burden. Hence nobody is eager to take the lead for shouldering the financial load and procrastinators dictate the tempo.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 12. Januar 2010
01/2010_English_Profile Hans-Josef Fell
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01/2010_English_Profile Hans-Josef Fell
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 11. Januar 2010
12/2009_English_Will this work? Is it realistic?
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In 1971 I had just gotten my high-school diploma. Shortly after we had the first oil- price crisis and the Club of Rome published the Limits to Growth. As a young student I felt closely linked to the rebellious, relieving, and questioning ideas of the German student revolt of 1968 and I wondered how the problems of tighter resources and destruction of nature could be overcome. I realised quickly that one of the main dangers to our world was the use of the fossil and atomic resources. Suppression, exploitation, spoiling the natural environment, and conflicts about oil were already on the agenda in those days. I realised more and more during my studies of physics the problems associated with the use of the atomic energy; I could not simply believe in the many ‘atomic’ claims expressed by my professors and put them into doubt. This was complemented in the early 80s by the awareness of the drama of global change.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 1. Dezember 2009
11/2006_English_Solar programme for Iran
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The consequences of an Iranian war would be devastating: from the risk of lasting, large- scale radioactive contamination and the destruction of regions and human lives to the further destabilisation of the Gulf region and the possible destabilisation of world peace. These fears are shared by a number of stakeholders who want to prevent a potential war.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 1. November 2006
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The transition to auction system of REN support failed: Less investment and higher cost, Kyiv
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The transition to auction system of REN support failed: Less investment and higher cost, Kyiv
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 28. Februar 2019
100% Renewables is the Peace Strategy for Korean Peninsula
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100% Renewables is the Peace Strategy for Korean Peninsula
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 30. Oktober 2018
Speech: 100% Renewables is possible and economic also in Ukraine
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Speech: 100% Renewables is possible and economic also in Ukraine
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 5. Juli 2018
Press release: Ruslana and Hans-Josef Fell Kick-off a Global Peace Campaign for 100% Renewables
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Press release: Ruslana and Hans-Josef Fell Kick-off a Global Peace Campaign for 100% Renewables
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 26. Juni 2018
Speech Opening Session, Green Economic Forum, Astana (May, 2018)
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Six years ago, as a member of the German Parliament, I had the first intensive contact with the government of Kazakhstan. The former Ambassador of Kazakhstan in Germany and now Advisor to Honourable President Nazarbayev, Dr. Nurlan Onzahanov asked me to give advice on how Kazakhstan could shift to a green economy.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 22. Mai 2018
Pathways to 100% Renewable Energy, Abu Dhabi, 2017
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Pathways to 100% Renewable Energy, Abu Dhabi, 2017
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 3. Mai 2018
100% Renewables for Jordan is necessary, possible and economic, Jordan, 2017
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100% Renewables for Jordan is necessary, possible and economic, Jordan, 2017
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 3. Mai 2018
Policy Framework to Achieve 100% Renewable Energy
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Policy Framework to Achieve 100% Renewable Energy
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 12. Januar 2018
Presentation Kyiv Rada Oct 2017 HJF
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Presentation Kyiv Rada Oct 2017 HJF
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 11. Oktober 2017
Agenda of Roundtable Discussion at Verkhovna Rada, Oct 2017
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Agenda of Roundtable Discussion at Verkhovna Rada, Oct 2017
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 11. Oktober 2017
EWG study on tenders and feed-in-tariffs
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EWG study on tenders and feed-in-tariffs
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 15. September 2017
10/2016_English_PNND Letter – EWG Nuclear Energy
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Renewable energy sources generate power at a lower cost than nuclear power plants. Therefore, there is no longer an economic justification to continue with the expansion of nuclear energy. Consequently, funding for states planning further development of nuclear power is redundant. States which continue developing nuclear energy technologies although it does not make any sense economically, seem to aim at a different objective: The development of nuclear weapon programmes.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 4. Oktober 2016
09/2016_English_Incentive Scheme for 100% Renewable Combined Power Solutions
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The integration of the fluctuating renewable energies solar and wind is one of the key tasks for the expansion of renewable energies worldwide.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 22. September 2016
06/2016_English_The projections for the future and quality in the past of the World Energy Outlook for solar PV and other renewable energy technologies
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Global energy demand has grown steadily since the industrial revolution. During the two decades from 1991 to 2012, total primary energy demand (TPED) grew from 91,200 to 155,400 TWhth, or by 70%, and projections expect this number to increase by a further 40% by 2040. Although greenhouse gas emissions in the energy sector have to be reduced to zero by mid-century or earlier to avoid an ecologic disaster, less than 15% of this energy demand is supplied by renewable resources nowadays. The International Energy Agency (IEA) has a significant impact on both political and economic decisions of governments and stakeholders regarding energy. The World Energy Outlook (WEO) report published annually by the IEA projects for the decades to come how TPED and electricity generation, amongst others, will evolve for all major technologies. Since the WEO is often used as a basis for policy making on renewable and conventional energy, a comprehensive analysis of past WEO projections is crucial. Such analysis will ensure well-grounded and realistic energy policy making and can contribute to efforts to fight climate change and to achieve energy security.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 23. Juni 2016
01/2016_English_UN Working Group Letter – Fracking & Human Rights
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We and the 511 undersigned individuals, organizations and coalitions from around the world, contact you with a growing global human rights concern due to the evolution of a socially and environmentally high- risk corporate activity called hydraulic fracturing.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 25. Januar 2016
01/2016_English_Possibilities of renewable energy development
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This material describes the possibilities of renewable energy development in the world, how it is possible to form positive public opinion regard- ing the renewable energy, how Russia can phase out subsidizing conventional energy in order to invest partially to the renewable energy.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 22. Januar 2016
100% – Hans-Josef Fell
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100% – Hans-Josef Fell
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 22. September 2015
03/2015_English_Speech of Energy Commissioner Cañete
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This Commission started with a promise to be different: to be "bigger and more ambitious on big things". Many say that climate change is one of the biggest threats facing our society and the EU has been leading the action to reduce emissions for many years now. As we all know, renewable energy can greatly contribute to that and to reducing our external energy dependency. That's why, the EU becoming the world number one in renewables is one of President Juncker's top priorities, and it is one of my top priorities to take forward in the context of the Energy Union. But good intentions count for nothing if we don’t get the policies right. That’s why renewables take centre stage in the Energy Union action plan and why they are an integral part of the Juncker Plan, designed to unlock the investment the renewable energy sector really needs.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 18. März 2015
09/2014_English_Report from Kiev
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In Ukraine, the dominant topic is the Russian military invasion in the East. Even though the fear is growing, Kiev is peaceful and there was only a small demonstration taking place on Maidan Square on the evening of the Russian aggression. In general, a friendly summer and holiday atmosphere prevailed on Maidan Square and the adjacent streets. However, the economic depression and its consequences were obvious: there was a yawning void in my four-star hotel, directly located at Maidan Square.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 10. September 2014
05/2014_English_Energy Watch Group – EU’s dependency on Russia for natural gas
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oth at EU level and in Germany, there are calls for independence from Russian energy deliveries, and justifiably so. This really is an urgent need, as otherwise the EU, including Germany as the largest buyer of natural gas from Russia, will become ever more politically dependent on Russia.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 20. Mai 2014
11/2013_English_Pressemitteilung der Global 100% RE Coalition
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The Global 100% Renewable Energy Coalition today called at the UN climate summit upon national governments to commit to 100% renewable energy targets and strategies. According to a joint statement from the coalition, “communicating and proving the urgency and feasibility of 100% renewable energy is key to breaking the climate deadlock.” Members of the coalition including World Wind Energy Association, World Bioenergy Association and the Fraunhofer ISE Institute criticized “the ongoing stagnancy of the climate negotiations and their struggle to agree upon and implement measures that effectively combat the climate crisis.” The organizations applauded the fact that „local, regional and national governments across the world are leading way.”
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 19. November 2013
03/2013_English_Energy Bulletin: Germany ’s energy revolution
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the introductory article of the first issue of “Energy Bulletin”, which came out in June 2008, was written by Khristenko, at that time the minister of industry and trade of the russian federation and Chairman of the Gov- erning Board of international Sustainable En- ergy development Centre (iSEdC) under the auspices of UNESCO in this paper, entitled “humanitarian principles of sustainable energy development”, the author highlighted the excep- tional importance of energy education as one of the major instruments of providing the con- ditions of and, finally, ensuring sustainable en- ergy development� he also brought specific pro- posals on developing international cooperation in this field and expressed his hope that such cooperation would lead to the improvement of energy education and the solution of numerous problems facing energy industry and our society as a whole, as well as all its individual members in particular.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. März 2013
02/2013_English_Bankok Post Renewable Energy Article
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Changing to renewable energy 'not expensive'
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 15. Februar 2013
11/2012_English_Striking a Better Balance by Dr. Salim (Worldbank)
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11/2012: English - Striking a Better Balance by Dr. Salim (Worldbank)
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 23. November 2012
09/2012_English_Asia Pacific Super Grid
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This paper explores the large scale transmission of solar electricity to Southeast Asia from Australia. Despite the expense and losses incurred in long distance transmission of Australian solar electricity, it appears to be competitive with locally produced solar electricity because of high insolation levels in Australia. Supplemen- tation of locally produced electricity (both from renewable and conventional sources) with power from Australia, to- gether with substantial integrated energy storage, would allow a high solar electricity fraction to be achieved in Southeast Asia.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 27. September 2012
08/2012_English_The Euro Crisis is also an energy crisis
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A few years ago, many economists were warning that the world economy could not support an oil price of 100 dollars a barrel over the long term. Oil prices have now been hovering around this figure for the past eighteen months. This has coincided with the crisis in the euro zone, which is almost always presented as a financial, banking and sovereign debt crisis. The majority of economists, financial institutions and policy-makers rarely consider that the crisis might possibly be linked to rising fuel and other resource prices.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 24. August 2012
06/2012_English_German MP fights back in policy debate
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In the Anglo world, politicians and energy experts have often held German-style feed-in tariffs to be antithetical to free markets. This misunderstanding has now also flared up in Germany. Now, a paper published by one of the policy's original co-authors clears things up quite well.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 25. Juni 2012
06/2012_English_PPP A fast global switch to Renewable Energy is economical possible and ecological necessary
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A fast global switch to Renewable Energy is economical possible and ecological necessary
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 25. Juni 2012
06/2012_English_Solar programme for Iran
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The consequences of an Iranian war would be devastating: from the risk of lasting, large- scale radioactive contamination and the destruction of regions and human lives to the further destabilisation of the Gulf region and the possible destabilisation of world peace. These fears are shared by a number of stakeholders who want to prevent a potential war.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 7. Juni 2012
03/2012_English_Temelinomics
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The following study examines CEZ’s plans to enlarge its existing nuclear power plant Temelin with the addition of two reactors. The report is arranged in three parts.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 20. März 2012
03/2012_English_Book Flyer Global Cooling
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Sustainable Energy Developments
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 20. März 2012
03/2012_English_Power Point Presentation ANU Canberra, Australia
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Feed in Tariffs for Renewable Electricity to boost 100% renewables
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 1. März 2012
02/2012_English_Bangkok Post Germanys way into renewable energies
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02/2012: English - Bangkok Post Germanys way into renewable energies
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 27. Februar 2012
10/2011_English_Speech WWEC in Cario
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It is a great honor and pleasure to present to you the great success of a new industrial revolution of renewable energies in Germany. I hope, that this will help to strengthen the German Egypt friendship in today’s exciting political times. The success of renewable economy in Germany and other countries could be a good example to help to increase the economy of the North African states, especially after the political erosions.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 31. Oktober 2011
09/2011_English_Speech at the Czech Parliament
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An Energetic Perspective and the Role of Renewables in Europe and the World
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 19. September 2011
09/2011_English_Australia Grid Parity
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The roof mounted photovoltaic (PV) market is a very large and valuable early market for solar PV systems, because such systems compete against the retail rather than wholesale price of electricity.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 2. September 2011
07/2011_English_Press Release Manila
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Renewable energies in Germany and especially Photovoltaic’s have gone through an astonishing industrial expansion in the past decade. 370 000 jobs were created in the renewable energy sector, 120 000 in the solar sector alone. This success even made a fast nuclear phase-out decision justifiable for all political parties in Germany.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 12. Juli 2011
06/2011_English_Power Point Presentation in Prague
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100% Renewables Replace Fossile and Nuclear Energys
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 4. Juli 2011
06/2011_English_News Flash visit Hans-Josef Fell to Manila
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The convention program of PV SUMMIT was opened by the Vice President of the Philippines, Jejomar Binay. Subsequently Mr. Fell was introduced to Vice President Binay and asked to address his keynote speech titled „Vision on energy security, Feed-in-Tariff (FIT) and the economics of solar energy, evolution of the Renewable Energy in Germany” to the audience. As the Philippines is at a crucial stage of decision making on Feed-In-Tariffs, Mr. Fell ́s insights on the development of solar markets were well received. Participants from politics, government agencies and business were supportive of the lobbying efforts of the Philippine solar industry.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 20. Juni 2011
06/2011_English_Timetable for phasing out nuclear energy
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Warning about the dangers of nuclear power has been a driving force in the founding of Green movements worldwide. For the Greens in Germany, phasing out nuclear energy has been one of the party's goals since its inception. With the "nuclear consensus" in 2000/2001 we Greens – in government for the first time – secured a political commitment to phase out nuclear power and impose restrictions on the hitherto unlimited nuclear power plant lifetimes.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 7. Juni 2011
05/2011_English_Feed-in Tariff for Renewable Energy: an effective recovery package without new public borrowing
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The financial crisis of 2008 had a devastating impact on the global economy, an im- pact from which many nations have yet to recover. It is noticeable that two nations in particular – Germany and China – were able to overcome the financial crisis relatively quickly. Both countries place strong emphasis on the development of renewable en- ergy sources. There are two reasons for this: on the one hand, investments in re- newables have significant employment effects; on the other, the use of energy from renewable sources reduces the high and ever more sharply rising cost of purchasing fossil and nuclear fuels.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 31. Mai 2011
05/2011_English_Jacobson/Delucchi Scientific American
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Renewable energy comes from enticing sources: wind, which also produces waves; water, which includes hydroelectric, tidal and geothermal ener- gy (water heated by hot underground rock); and sun, which includes photovoltaics and solar pow- er plants that focus sunlight to heat a fluid that drives a turbine to generate electricity. Our plan includes only technologies that work or are close to working today on a large scale, rather than those that may exist 20 or 30 years from now.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 31. Mai 2011
04/2011_English_Initial reflections on the consequences of Fukushima
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The ongoing nuclear power plant crisis that began in Japan on 11 March 2011 has made it necessary for Germany to review the safety of its own reactors. This applies as much to Fukushima scenarios (I) and similar damage scenarios (II) as it does to a general reassessment of risks (III). The checks must go beyond simply reproducing old results (IV). The safety checks and measures called for here must exploit state-of-the-art science and technology and be implemented at all plants in the near term and as prerequisites for using additional electricity produced as a result of the statutory extension of reactor lifetimes.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 1. April 2011
03/2011_English_Energy Rich Japan“ (ERJ)
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It has long been known that to protect people and the environment from both nuclear risks and dangerous levels of climate change, we must phase out the use of nuclear and fossil fuels, and switch to clean energy technology instead. Using Japan as a example, the „Energy Rich Japan“ Project illustrates that the vision of a clean, green, energy-rich future is not only possible, but globally feasible.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 14. März 2011
02/2011_English_Delucchi, Jacobson (Energy Policy, 2010) 100% WWS power for world, part I
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Climate change, pollution, and energy insecurity are among the greatest problems of our time. Addressing them requires major changes in our energy infrastructure. Here, we analyze the feasibility of providing worldwide energy for all purposes (electric power, transportation, heating/cooling, etc.) from wind, water, and sunlight (WWS). In Part I, we discuss WWS energy system characteristics, current and future energy demand, availability of WWS resources, numbers of WWS devices, and area and material requirements. In Part II, we address variability, economics, and policy of WWS energy. We estimate that 􏰀3,800,000 5 MW wind turbines, 􏰀49,000 300 MW concentrated solar plants, 􏰀40,000 300 MW solar PV power plants, 􏰀 1.7 billion 3 kW rooftop PV systems, 􏰀 5350 100 MW geothermal power plants, 􏰀 270 new 1300 MW hydroelectric power plants, 􏰀 720,000 0.75 MW wave devices, and 􏰀 490,000 1 MW tidal turbines can power a 2030 WWS world that uses electricity and electrolytic hydrogen for all purposes. Such a WWS infrastructure reduces world power demand by 30% and requires only 􏰀0.41% and 􏰀0.59% more of the world’s land for footprint and spacing, respectively. We suggest producing all new energy with WWS by 2030 and replacing the pre-existing energy by 2050. Barriers to the plan are primarily social and political, not technological or economic. The energy cost in a WWS world should be similar to that today.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. Februar 2011
02/2011_English_Delucchi, Jacobson (Energy Policy, 2010) 100% WWS power for world, part II.pdf
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This is Part II of two papers evaluating the feasibility of providing all energy for all purposes (electric power, transportation, and heating/cooling), everywhere in the world, from wind, water, and the sun (WWS). In Part I, we described the prominent renewable energy plans that have been proposed and discussed the characteristics of WWS energy systems, the global demand for and availability of WWS energy, quantities and areas required for WWS infrastructure, and supplies of critical materials. Here, we discuss methods of addressing the variability of WWS energy to ensure that power supply reliably matches demand (including interconnecting geographically dispersed resources, using hydroelectricity, using demand-response management, storing electric power on site, over-sizing peak generation capacity and producing hydrogen with the excess, storing electric power in vehicle batteries, and forecasting weather to project energy supplies), the economics of WWS generation and transmission, the economics of WWS use in transportation, and policy measures needed to enhance the viability of a WWS system. We find that the cost of energy in a 100% WWS will be similar to the cost today. We conclude that barriers to a 100% conversion to WWS power worldwide are primarily social and political, not technological or even economic.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. Februar 2011
10/2010_English_Nuclear vs. Photovoltaics by Duke University
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Solar and Nuclear Costs — The Historic Crossover
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 18. Oktober 2010
10/2010_English_Corporate Finance and Climate Protection: A Beneficial Alliance
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Corporate Finance and Climate Protection: A Beneficial Alliance
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 14. Oktober 2010
10/2010_English_Corporate Finance and Climate Protection: A Beneficial Alliance (SUMMARY)
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The following proposal represents an attempt to redefine climate protection measures and to reset climate protection targets into accordancewith what is scientifically necessary. In essence, this means organising business in such a way that successful economic activity and climate protection are not mutually exclusive. What is proposed is an evolutionary political process in which statutory regulations are implemented step by step which facilitate profitable financial investment in climate protection activities and technologies on the one hand and which, on the other hand, make climate-damaging actions and technologies appear increasingly to be more of a financial burden.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 14. Oktober 2010
09/2010_English_Jacobson & Delucchi
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Climate change, air pollution, water pollution, and increasingly insecure and unreliable energy supplies are among the greatest environmental and economic challenges of our time. Addressing these challenges will require major changes to the ways we generate and use energy. With this in mind, scientists, policy analysts, entrepreneurs, and others have proposed large-scale projects to transform the global energy system from one that relies primarily on fossil fuels to one that uses clean, abundant, widespread renewable energy resources. Here, we analyze the feasibility associated with providing all our energy for all purposes from wind, water, and the sun (WWS), which are the most promising renewable resources. We first describe the more prominent renewable energy plans that have been proposed, and then discuss the characteristics of WWS energy systems, the availability of WWS resources, supplies of critical materials, methods of addressing the variability of WWS energy to ensure that power supply reliably matches demand, the economics of WWS generation and transmission, the economics of the use of WWS power in transportation, and policy issues. We conclude that barriers to a 100% conversion to WWS power are primarily social and political, not technological or even economic. We suggest a goal to produce all new energy with WWS by 2030 and replace all pre-existing energy by 2050. The cost of energy due to a conversion is expected to be similar to that today.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 15. September 2010
09/2010_English_The Man behind Germany’s Renewable Energy Sources Act
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Hans-Josef Fell, a German parliamentarian and spokesman for the country’s green energy policy speaks about Germany’s Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG) and how Malaysia can successfully emulate this Act.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 8. September 2010
08/2010_English_Solar and Nuclear Costs — The Historic Crossover
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Solar and Nuclear Costs — The Historic Crossover
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 23. August 2010
07/2010_English_Power Point Presentation Intersolar Conference North America
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How FIT can revolutionize the PV Market
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 15. Juli 2010
06/2010_English_Power Point Presentation on Desertec
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Possible Policy Developments that Could Lead to the First Power Plants and Transmission Lines in North Africa
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 17. Juni 2010
06/2010_English_Appeal C.R.I.M.E.S. Nucelar Testing in Algeria
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French nuclear tests in the Algerian Sahara on health and the environment by the compensation for the victims and the rehabilitation and the securing of the sites of tests.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 4. Juni 2010
06/2010_English_Please sing Appeal C.R.I.M.E.S. Nucelar Testing in Algeria
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French nuclear tests in the Algerian Sahara on health and the environment by the compensation for the victims and the rehabilitation and the securing of the sites of tests.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 4. Juni 2010
05/2010_English_Letter to Malaysian Minister Peter Chin Fah Kui
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I really enjoyed the lively conversation with you when I visited Kuala Lampur in April. We agree on many points and I was very excited to hear about your announcement on the 4th of May to begin work on a Feed-in Tariff law. I am fully convinced that Malaysia can achieve a rapid expansion of all renewable energies: solar, wind, hydro, biomass, geothermal and ocean energy, and can thus make a major contribution to climate protection and the safeguarding of the national energy supply.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. Mai 2010
04/2010_English_Newspaper Article Malaysia
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04/2010_English_Newspaper Article Malaysia
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. April 2010
04/2009_English_Washington Paper
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The financial crisis is having a devastating impact on the global economy. Practically all the world’s governments are attempting to support their economies with stimulus packages in order to avert high levels of unemployment and the social disruption that would accompany them. Almost everywhere, these stimulus packages are being fi- nanced from tax revenues. In the majority of cases, the financial resources required are greater than the receipts flowing into the public coffers, with the result that public borrowing is rising rapidly. This dangerous development will impose a heavy burden on future generations because they will have to pay back the debts that are being run up today.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 9. April 2010
03/2010_English_Worldwide Estimated Yearly Energy Costs
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In order to estimate the yearly worldwide cost of energy, both the cost of fuel and the cost of new investments, such as new power plants, refineries or additional infrastructure, must be taken into account. These additional investments are added to the consumers monthly bill and therefore, ultimately paid for by the consumer. Therefore, the cost can be placed approximately between the amount paid for fuel and the money paid by consumers (industrial and private) for fuel and energy.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 23. März 2010
04/2010_English_Newspaper Article Malaysia
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04/2010_English_Newspaper Article Malaysia
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. März 2010
01/2010_English_ISEO-Newsletter Winter 2009/2010
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Climate Conferences as we knew them from the past are a dead end road. They are ill-conceived because climate protection is considered as a burden. Hence nobody is eager to take the lead for shouldering the financial load and procrastinators dictate the tempo.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 12. Januar 2010
01/2010_English_Profile Hans-Josef Fell
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01/2010_English_Profile Hans-Josef Fell
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 11. Januar 2010
12/2009_English_Will this work? Is it realistic?
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In 1971 I had just gotten my high-school diploma. Shortly after we had the first oil- price crisis and the Club of Rome published the Limits to Growth. As a young student I felt closely linked to the rebellious, relieving, and questioning ideas of the German student revolt of 1968 and I wondered how the problems of tighter resources and destruction of nature could be overcome. I realised quickly that one of the main dangers to our world was the use of the fossil and atomic resources. Suppression, exploitation, spoiling the natural environment, and conflicts about oil were already on the agenda in those days. I realised more and more during my studies of physics the problems associated with the use of the atomic energy; I could not simply believe in the many ‘atomic’ claims expressed by my professors and put them into doubt. This was complemented in the early 80s by the awareness of the drama of global change.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 1. Dezember 2009
11/2006_English_Solar programme for Iran
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The consequences of an Iranian war would be devastating: from the risk of lasting, large- scale radioactive contamination and the destruction of regions and human lives to the further destabilisation of the Gulf region and the possible destabilisation of world peace. These fears are shared by a number of stakeholders who want to prevent a potential war.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 1. November 2006
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The transition to auction system of REN support failed: Less investment and higher cost, Kyiv
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The transition to auction system of REN support failed: Less investment and higher cost, Kyiv
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 28. Februar 2019
100% Renewables is the Peace Strategy for Korean Peninsula
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100% Renewables is the Peace Strategy for Korean Peninsula
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 30. Oktober 2018
Speech: 100% Renewables is possible and economic also in Ukraine
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Speech: 100% Renewables is possible and economic also in Ukraine
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 5. Juli 2018
Press release: Ruslana and Hans-Josef Fell Kick-off a Global Peace Campaign for 100% Renewables
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Press release: Ruslana and Hans-Josef Fell Kick-off a Global Peace Campaign for 100% Renewables
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 26. Juni 2018
Speech Opening Session, Green Economic Forum, Astana (May, 2018)
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Six years ago, as a member of the German Parliament, I had the first intensive contact with the government of Kazakhstan. The former Ambassador of Kazakhstan in Germany and now Advisor to Honourable President Nazarbayev, Dr. Nurlan Onzahanov asked me to give advice on how Kazakhstan could shift to a green economy.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 22. Mai 2018
Pathways to 100% Renewable Energy, Abu Dhabi, 2017
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Pathways to 100% Renewable Energy, Abu Dhabi, 2017
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 3. Mai 2018
100% Renewables for Jordan is necessary, possible and economic, Jordan, 2017
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100% Renewables for Jordan is necessary, possible and economic, Jordan, 2017
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 3. Mai 2018
Policy Framework to Achieve 100% Renewable Energy
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Policy Framework to Achieve 100% Renewable Energy
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 12. Januar 2018
Presentation Kyiv Rada Oct 2017 HJF
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Presentation Kyiv Rada Oct 2017 HJF
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 11. Oktober 2017
Agenda of Roundtable Discussion at Verkhovna Rada, Oct 2017
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Agenda of Roundtable Discussion at Verkhovna Rada, Oct 2017
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 11. Oktober 2017
EWG study on tenders and feed-in-tariffs
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EWG study on tenders and feed-in-tariffs
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 15. September 2017
10/2016_English_PNND Letter – EWG Nuclear Energy
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Renewable energy sources generate power at a lower cost than nuclear power plants. Therefore, there is no longer an economic justification to continue with the expansion of nuclear energy. Consequently, funding for states planning further development of nuclear power is redundant. States which continue developing nuclear energy technologies although it does not make any sense economically, seem to aim at a different objective: The development of nuclear weapon programmes.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 4. Oktober 2016
09/2016_English_Incentive Scheme for 100% Renewable Combined Power Solutions
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The integration of the fluctuating renewable energies solar and wind is one of the key tasks for the expansion of renewable energies worldwide.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 22. September 2016
06/2016_English_The projections for the future and quality in the past of the World Energy Outlook for solar PV and other renewable energy technologies
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Global energy demand has grown steadily since the industrial revolution. During the two decades from 1991 to 2012, total primary energy demand (TPED) grew from 91,200 to 155,400 TWhth, or by 70%, and projections expect this number to increase by a further 40% by 2040. Although greenhouse gas emissions in the energy sector have to be reduced to zero by mid-century or earlier to avoid an ecologic disaster, less than 15% of this energy demand is supplied by renewable resources nowadays. The International Energy Agency (IEA) has a significant impact on both political and economic decisions of governments and stakeholders regarding energy. The World Energy Outlook (WEO) report published annually by the IEA projects for the decades to come how TPED and electricity generation, amongst others, will evolve for all major technologies. Since the WEO is often used as a basis for policy making on renewable and conventional energy, a comprehensive analysis of past WEO projections is crucial. Such analysis will ensure well-grounded and realistic energy policy making and can contribute to efforts to fight climate change and to achieve energy security.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 23. Juni 2016
01/2016_English_UN Working Group Letter – Fracking & Human Rights
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We and the 511 undersigned individuals, organizations and coalitions from around the world, contact you with a growing global human rights concern due to the evolution of a socially and environmentally high- risk corporate activity called hydraulic fracturing.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 25. Januar 2016
01/2016_English_Possibilities of renewable energy development
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This material describes the possibilities of renewable energy development in the world, how it is possible to form positive public opinion regard- ing the renewable energy, how Russia can phase out subsidizing conventional energy in order to invest partially to the renewable energy.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 22. Januar 2016
100% – Hans-Josef Fell
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100% – Hans-Josef Fell
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 22. September 2015
03/2015_English_Speech of Energy Commissioner Cañete
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This Commission started with a promise to be different: to be "bigger and more ambitious on big things". Many say that climate change is one of the biggest threats facing our society and the EU has been leading the action to reduce emissions for many years now. As we all know, renewable energy can greatly contribute to that and to reducing our external energy dependency. That's why, the EU becoming the world number one in renewables is one of President Juncker's top priorities, and it is one of my top priorities to take forward in the context of the Energy Union. But good intentions count for nothing if we don’t get the policies right. That’s why renewables take centre stage in the Energy Union action plan and why they are an integral part of the Juncker Plan, designed to unlock the investment the renewable energy sector really needs.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 18. März 2015
09/2014_English_Report from Kiev
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In Ukraine, the dominant topic is the Russian military invasion in the East. Even though the fear is growing, Kiev is peaceful and there was only a small demonstration taking place on Maidan Square on the evening of the Russian aggression. In general, a friendly summer and holiday atmosphere prevailed on Maidan Square and the adjacent streets. However, the economic depression and its consequences were obvious: there was a yawning void in my four-star hotel, directly located at Maidan Square.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 10. September 2014
05/2014_English_Energy Watch Group – EU’s dependency on Russia for natural gas
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oth at EU level and in Germany, there are calls for independence from Russian energy deliveries, and justifiably so. This really is an urgent need, as otherwise the EU, including Germany as the largest buyer of natural gas from Russia, will become ever more politically dependent on Russia.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 20. Mai 2014
11/2013_English_Pressemitteilung der Global 100% RE Coalition
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The Global 100% Renewable Energy Coalition today called at the UN climate summit upon national governments to commit to 100% renewable energy targets and strategies. According to a joint statement from the coalition, “communicating and proving the urgency and feasibility of 100% renewable energy is key to breaking the climate deadlock.” Members of the coalition including World Wind Energy Association, World Bioenergy Association and the Fraunhofer ISE Institute criticized “the ongoing stagnancy of the climate negotiations and their struggle to agree upon and implement measures that effectively combat the climate crisis.” The organizations applauded the fact that „local, regional and national governments across the world are leading way.”
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 19. November 2013
03/2013_English_Energy Bulletin: Germany ’s energy revolution
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the introductory article of the first issue of “Energy Bulletin”, which came out in June 2008, was written by Khristenko, at that time the minister of industry and trade of the russian federation and Chairman of the Gov- erning Board of international Sustainable En- ergy development Centre (iSEdC) under the auspices of UNESCO in this paper, entitled “humanitarian principles of sustainable energy development”, the author highlighted the excep- tional importance of energy education as one of the major instruments of providing the con- ditions of and, finally, ensuring sustainable en- ergy development� he also brought specific pro- posals on developing international cooperation in this field and expressed his hope that such cooperation would lead to the improvement of energy education and the solution of numerous problems facing energy industry and our society as a whole, as well as all its individual members in particular.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. März 2013
02/2013_English_Bankok Post Renewable Energy Article
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Changing to renewable energy 'not expensive'
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 15. Februar 2013
11/2012_English_Striking a Better Balance by Dr. Salim (Worldbank)
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11/2012: English - Striking a Better Balance by Dr. Salim (Worldbank)
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 23. November 2012
09/2012_English_Asia Pacific Super Grid
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This paper explores the large scale transmission of solar electricity to Southeast Asia from Australia. Despite the expense and losses incurred in long distance transmission of Australian solar electricity, it appears to be competitive with locally produced solar electricity because of high insolation levels in Australia. Supplemen- tation of locally produced electricity (both from renewable and conventional sources) with power from Australia, to- gether with substantial integrated energy storage, would allow a high solar electricity fraction to be achieved in Southeast Asia.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 27. September 2012
08/2012_English_The Euro Crisis is also an energy crisis
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A few years ago, many economists were warning that the world economy could not support an oil price of 100 dollars a barrel over the long term. Oil prices have now been hovering around this figure for the past eighteen months. This has coincided with the crisis in the euro zone, which is almost always presented as a financial, banking and sovereign debt crisis. The majority of economists, financial institutions and policy-makers rarely consider that the crisis might possibly be linked to rising fuel and other resource prices.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 24. August 2012
06/2012_English_German MP fights back in policy debate
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In the Anglo world, politicians and energy experts have often held German-style feed-in tariffs to be antithetical to free markets. This misunderstanding has now also flared up in Germany. Now, a paper published by one of the policy's original co-authors clears things up quite well.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 25. Juni 2012
06/2012_English_PPP A fast global switch to Renewable Energy is economical possible and ecological necessary
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A fast global switch to Renewable Energy is economical possible and ecological necessary
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 25. Juni 2012
06/2012_English_Solar programme for Iran
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The consequences of an Iranian war would be devastating: from the risk of lasting, large- scale radioactive contamination and the destruction of regions and human lives to the further destabilisation of the Gulf region and the possible destabilisation of world peace. These fears are shared by a number of stakeholders who want to prevent a potential war.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 7. Juni 2012
03/2012_English_Temelinomics
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The following study examines CEZ’s plans to enlarge its existing nuclear power plant Temelin with the addition of two reactors. The report is arranged in three parts.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 20. März 2012
03/2012_English_Book Flyer Global Cooling
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Sustainable Energy Developments
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 20. März 2012
03/2012_English_Power Point Presentation ANU Canberra, Australia
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Feed in Tariffs for Renewable Electricity to boost 100% renewables
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 1. März 2012
02/2012_English_Bangkok Post Germanys way into renewable energies
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02/2012: English - Bangkok Post Germanys way into renewable energies
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 27. Februar 2012
10/2011_English_Speech WWEC in Cario
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It is a great honor and pleasure to present to you the great success of a new industrial revolution of renewable energies in Germany. I hope, that this will help to strengthen the German Egypt friendship in today’s exciting political times. The success of renewable economy in Germany and other countries could be a good example to help to increase the economy of the North African states, especially after the political erosions.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 31. Oktober 2011
09/2011_English_Speech at the Czech Parliament
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An Energetic Perspective and the Role of Renewables in Europe and the World
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 19. September 2011
09/2011_English_Australia Grid Parity
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The roof mounted photovoltaic (PV) market is a very large and valuable early market for solar PV systems, because such systems compete against the retail rather than wholesale price of electricity.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 2. September 2011
07/2011_English_Press Release Manila
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Renewable energies in Germany and especially Photovoltaic’s have gone through an astonishing industrial expansion in the past decade. 370 000 jobs were created in the renewable energy sector, 120 000 in the solar sector alone. This success even made a fast nuclear phase-out decision justifiable for all political parties in Germany.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 12. Juli 2011
06/2011_English_Power Point Presentation in Prague
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100% Renewables Replace Fossile and Nuclear Energys
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 4. Juli 2011
06/2011_English_News Flash visit Hans-Josef Fell to Manila
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The convention program of PV SUMMIT was opened by the Vice President of the Philippines, Jejomar Binay. Subsequently Mr. Fell was introduced to Vice President Binay and asked to address his keynote speech titled „Vision on energy security, Feed-in-Tariff (FIT) and the economics of solar energy, evolution of the Renewable Energy in Germany” to the audience. As the Philippines is at a crucial stage of decision making on Feed-In-Tariffs, Mr. Fell ́s insights on the development of solar markets were well received. Participants from politics, government agencies and business were supportive of the lobbying efforts of the Philippine solar industry.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 20. Juni 2011
06/2011_English_Timetable for phasing out nuclear energy
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Warning about the dangers of nuclear power has been a driving force in the founding of Green movements worldwide. For the Greens in Germany, phasing out nuclear energy has been one of the party's goals since its inception. With the "nuclear consensus" in 2000/2001 we Greens – in government for the first time – secured a political commitment to phase out nuclear power and impose restrictions on the hitherto unlimited nuclear power plant lifetimes.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 7. Juni 2011
05/2011_English_Feed-in Tariff for Renewable Energy: an effective recovery package without new public borrowing
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The financial crisis of 2008 had a devastating impact on the global economy, an im- pact from which many nations have yet to recover. It is noticeable that two nations in particular – Germany and China – were able to overcome the financial crisis relatively quickly. Both countries place strong emphasis on the development of renewable en- ergy sources. There are two reasons for this: on the one hand, investments in re- newables have significant employment effects; on the other, the use of energy from renewable sources reduces the high and ever more sharply rising cost of purchasing fossil and nuclear fuels.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 31. Mai 2011
05/2011_English_Jacobson/Delucchi Scientific American
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Renewable energy comes from enticing sources: wind, which also produces waves; water, which includes hydroelectric, tidal and geothermal ener- gy (water heated by hot underground rock); and sun, which includes photovoltaics and solar pow- er plants that focus sunlight to heat a fluid that drives a turbine to generate electricity. Our plan includes only technologies that work or are close to working today on a large scale, rather than those that may exist 20 or 30 years from now.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 31. Mai 2011
04/2011_English_Initial reflections on the consequences of Fukushima
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The ongoing nuclear power plant crisis that began in Japan on 11 March 2011 has made it necessary for Germany to review the safety of its own reactors. This applies as much to Fukushima scenarios (I) and similar damage scenarios (II) as it does to a general reassessment of risks (III). The checks must go beyond simply reproducing old results (IV). The safety checks and measures called for here must exploit state-of-the-art science and technology and be implemented at all plants in the near term and as prerequisites for using additional electricity produced as a result of the statutory extension of reactor lifetimes.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 1. April 2011
03/2011_English_Energy Rich Japan“ (ERJ)
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It has long been known that to protect people and the environment from both nuclear risks and dangerous levels of climate change, we must phase out the use of nuclear and fossil fuels, and switch to clean energy technology instead. Using Japan as a example, the „Energy Rich Japan“ Project illustrates that the vision of a clean, green, energy-rich future is not only possible, but globally feasible.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 14. März 2011
02/2011_English_Delucchi, Jacobson (Energy Policy, 2010) 100% WWS power for world, part I
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Climate change, pollution, and energy insecurity are among the greatest problems of our time. Addressing them requires major changes in our energy infrastructure. Here, we analyze the feasibility of providing worldwide energy for all purposes (electric power, transportation, heating/cooling, etc.) from wind, water, and sunlight (WWS). In Part I, we discuss WWS energy system characteristics, current and future energy demand, availability of WWS resources, numbers of WWS devices, and area and material requirements. In Part II, we address variability, economics, and policy of WWS energy. We estimate that 􏰀3,800,000 5 MW wind turbines, 􏰀49,000 300 MW concentrated solar plants, 􏰀40,000 300 MW solar PV power plants, 􏰀 1.7 billion 3 kW rooftop PV systems, 􏰀 5350 100 MW geothermal power plants, 􏰀 270 new 1300 MW hydroelectric power plants, 􏰀 720,000 0.75 MW wave devices, and 􏰀 490,000 1 MW tidal turbines can power a 2030 WWS world that uses electricity and electrolytic hydrogen for all purposes. Such a WWS infrastructure reduces world power demand by 30% and requires only 􏰀0.41% and 􏰀0.59% more of the world’s land for footprint and spacing, respectively. We suggest producing all new energy with WWS by 2030 and replacing the pre-existing energy by 2050. Barriers to the plan are primarily social and political, not technological or economic. The energy cost in a WWS world should be similar to that today.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. Februar 2011
02/2011_English_Delucchi, Jacobson (Energy Policy, 2010) 100% WWS power for world, part II.pdf
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This is Part II of two papers evaluating the feasibility of providing all energy for all purposes (electric power, transportation, and heating/cooling), everywhere in the world, from wind, water, and the sun (WWS). In Part I, we described the prominent renewable energy plans that have been proposed and discussed the characteristics of WWS energy systems, the global demand for and availability of WWS energy, quantities and areas required for WWS infrastructure, and supplies of critical materials. Here, we discuss methods of addressing the variability of WWS energy to ensure that power supply reliably matches demand (including interconnecting geographically dispersed resources, using hydroelectricity, using demand-response management, storing electric power on site, over-sizing peak generation capacity and producing hydrogen with the excess, storing electric power in vehicle batteries, and forecasting weather to project energy supplies), the economics of WWS generation and transmission, the economics of WWS use in transportation, and policy measures needed to enhance the viability of a WWS system. We find that the cost of energy in a 100% WWS will be similar to the cost today. We conclude that barriers to a 100% conversion to WWS power worldwide are primarily social and political, not technological or even economic.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. Februar 2011
10/2010_English_Nuclear vs. Photovoltaics by Duke University
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Solar and Nuclear Costs — The Historic Crossover
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 18. Oktober 2010
10/2010_English_Corporate Finance and Climate Protection: A Beneficial Alliance
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Corporate Finance and Climate Protection: A Beneficial Alliance
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 14. Oktober 2010
10/2010_English_Corporate Finance and Climate Protection: A Beneficial Alliance (SUMMARY)
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The following proposal represents an attempt to redefine climate protection measures and to reset climate protection targets into accordancewith what is scientifically necessary. In essence, this means organising business in such a way that successful economic activity and climate protection are not mutually exclusive. What is proposed is an evolutionary political process in which statutory regulations are implemented step by step which facilitate profitable financial investment in climate protection activities and technologies on the one hand and which, on the other hand, make climate-damaging actions and technologies appear increasingly to be more of a financial burden.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 14. Oktober 2010
09/2010_English_Jacobson & Delucchi
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Climate change, air pollution, water pollution, and increasingly insecure and unreliable energy supplies are among the greatest environmental and economic challenges of our time. Addressing these challenges will require major changes to the ways we generate and use energy. With this in mind, scientists, policy analysts, entrepreneurs, and others have proposed large-scale projects to transform the global energy system from one that relies primarily on fossil fuels to one that uses clean, abundant, widespread renewable energy resources. Here, we analyze the feasibility associated with providing all our energy for all purposes from wind, water, and the sun (WWS), which are the most promising renewable resources. We first describe the more prominent renewable energy plans that have been proposed, and then discuss the characteristics of WWS energy systems, the availability of WWS resources, supplies of critical materials, methods of addressing the variability of WWS energy to ensure that power supply reliably matches demand, the economics of WWS generation and transmission, the economics of the use of WWS power in transportation, and policy issues. We conclude that barriers to a 100% conversion to WWS power are primarily social and political, not technological or even economic. We suggest a goal to produce all new energy with WWS by 2030 and replace all pre-existing energy by 2050. The cost of energy due to a conversion is expected to be similar to that today.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 15. September 2010
09/2010_English_The Man behind Germany’s Renewable Energy Sources Act
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Hans-Josef Fell, a German parliamentarian and spokesman for the country’s green energy policy speaks about Germany’s Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG) and how Malaysia can successfully emulate this Act.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 8. September 2010
08/2010_English_Solar and Nuclear Costs — The Historic Crossover
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Solar and Nuclear Costs — The Historic Crossover
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 23. August 2010
07/2010_English_Power Point Presentation Intersolar Conference North America
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How FIT can revolutionize the PV Market
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 15. Juli 2010
06/2010_English_Power Point Presentation on Desertec
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Possible Policy Developments that Could Lead to the First Power Plants and Transmission Lines in North Africa
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 17. Juni 2010
06/2010_English_Appeal C.R.I.M.E.S. Nucelar Testing in Algeria
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French nuclear tests in the Algerian Sahara on health and the environment by the compensation for the victims and the rehabilitation and the securing of the sites of tests.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 4. Juni 2010
06/2010_English_Please sing Appeal C.R.I.M.E.S. Nucelar Testing in Algeria
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French nuclear tests in the Algerian Sahara on health and the environment by the compensation for the victims and the rehabilitation and the securing of the sites of tests.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 4. Juni 2010
05/2010_English_Letter to Malaysian Minister Peter Chin Fah Kui
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I really enjoyed the lively conversation with you when I visited Kuala Lampur in April. We agree on many points and I was very excited to hear about your announcement on the 4th of May to begin work on a Feed-in Tariff law. I am fully convinced that Malaysia can achieve a rapid expansion of all renewable energies: solar, wind, hydro, biomass, geothermal and ocean energy, and can thus make a major contribution to climate protection and the safeguarding of the national energy supply.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. Mai 2010
04/2010_English_Newspaper Article Malaysia
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04/2010_English_Newspaper Article Malaysia
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. April 2010
04/2009_English_Washington Paper
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The financial crisis is having a devastating impact on the global economy. Practically all the world’s governments are attempting to support their economies with stimulus packages in order to avert high levels of unemployment and the social disruption that would accompany them. Almost everywhere, these stimulus packages are being fi- nanced from tax revenues. In the majority of cases, the financial resources required are greater than the receipts flowing into the public coffers, with the result that public borrowing is rising rapidly. This dangerous development will impose a heavy burden on future generations because they will have to pay back the debts that are being run up today.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 9. April 2010
03/2010_English_Worldwide Estimated Yearly Energy Costs
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In order to estimate the yearly worldwide cost of energy, both the cost of fuel and the cost of new investments, such as new power plants, refineries or additional infrastructure, must be taken into account. These additional investments are added to the consumers monthly bill and therefore, ultimately paid for by the consumer. Therefore, the cost can be placed approximately between the amount paid for fuel and the money paid by consumers (industrial and private) for fuel and energy.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 23. März 2010
04/2010_English_Newspaper Article Malaysia
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04/2010_English_Newspaper Article Malaysia
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 21. März 2010
01/2010_English_ISEO-Newsletter Winter 2009/2010
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Climate Conferences as we knew them from the past are a dead end road. They are ill-conceived because climate protection is considered as a burden. Hence nobody is eager to take the lead for shouldering the financial load and procrastinators dictate the tempo.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 12. Januar 2010
01/2010_English_Profile Hans-Josef Fell
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01/2010_English_Profile Hans-Josef Fell
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 11. Januar 2010
12/2009_English_Will this work? Is it realistic?
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In 1971 I had just gotten my high-school diploma. Shortly after we had the first oil- price crisis and the Club of Rome published the Limits to Growth. As a young student I felt closely linked to the rebellious, relieving, and questioning ideas of the German student revolt of 1968 and I wondered how the problems of tighter resources and destruction of nature could be overcome. I realised quickly that one of the main dangers to our world was the use of the fossil and atomic resources. Suppression, exploitation, spoiling the natural environment, and conflicts about oil were already on the agenda in those days. I realised more and more during my studies of physics the problems associated with the use of the atomic energy; I could not simply believe in the many ‘atomic’ claims expressed by my professors and put them into doubt. This was complemented in the early 80s by the awareness of the drama of global change.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 1. Dezember 2009
11/2006_English_Solar programme for Iran
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The consequences of an Iranian war would be devastating: from the risk of lasting, large- scale radioactive contamination and the destruction of regions and human lives to the further destabilisation of the Gulf region and the possible destabilisation of world peace. These fears are shared by a number of stakeholders who want to prevent a potential war.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 1. November 2006
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The transition to auction system of REN support failed: Less investment and higher cost, Kyiv
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The transition to auction system of REN support failed: Less investment and higher cost, Kyiv
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 28. Februar 2019
100% Renewables is the Peace Strategy for Korean Peninsula
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100% Renewables is the Peace Strategy for Korean Peninsula
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 30. Oktober 2018
Speech: 100% Renewables is possible and economic also in Ukraine
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Speech: 100% Renewables is possible and economic also in Ukraine
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 5. Juli 2018
Press release: Ruslana and Hans-Josef Fell Kick-off a Global Peace Campaign for 100% Renewables
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Press release: Ruslana and Hans-Josef Fell Kick-off a Global Peace Campaign for 100% Renewables
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 26. Juni 2018
Speech Opening Session, Green Economic Forum, Astana (May, 2018)
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Six years ago, as a member of the German Parliament, I had the first intensive contact with the government of Kazakhstan. The former Ambassador of Kazakhstan in Germany and now Advisor to Honourable President Nazarbayev, Dr. Nurlan Onzahanov asked me to give advice on how Kazakhstan could shift to a green economy.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 22. Mai 2018
Pathways to 100% Renewable Energy, Abu Dhabi, 2017
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Pathways to 100% Renewable Energy, Abu Dhabi, 2017
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 3. Mai 2018
100% Renewables for Jordan is necessary, possible and economic, Jordan, 2017
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100% Renewables for Jordan is necessary, possible and economic, Jordan, 2017
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 3. Mai 2018
Policy Framework to Achieve 100% Renewable Energy
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Policy Framework to Achieve 100% Renewable Energy
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 12. Januar 2018
Presentation Kyiv Rada Oct 2017 HJF
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Presentation Kyiv Rada Oct 2017 HJF
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 11. Oktober 2017
Agenda of Roundtable Discussion at Verkhovna Rada, Oct 2017
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Agenda of Roundtable Discussion at Verkhovna Rada, Oct 2017
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 11. Oktober 2017
EWG study on tenders and feed-in-tariffs
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EWG study on tenders and feed-in-tariffs
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 15. September 2017
10/2016_English_PNND Letter – EWG Nuclear Energy
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Renewable energy sources generate power at a lower cost than nuclear power plants. Therefore, there is no longer an economic justification to continue with the expansion of nuclear energy. Consequently, funding for states planning further development of nuclear power is redundant. States which continue developing nuclear energy technologies although it does not make any sense economically, seem to aim at a different objective: The development of nuclear weapon programmes.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 4. Oktober 2016
09/2016_English_Incentive Scheme for 100% Renewable Combined Power Solutions
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The integration of the fluctuating renewable energies solar and wind is one of the key tasks for the expansion of renewable energies worldwide.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 22. September 2016
06/2016_English_The projections for the future and quality in the past of the World Energy Outlook for solar PV and other renewable energy technologies
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Global energy demand has grown steadily since the industrial revolution. During the two decades from 1991 to 2012, total primary energy demand (TPED) grew from 91,200 to 155,400 TWhth, or by 70%, and projections expect this number to increase by a further 40% by 2040. Although greenhouse gas emissions in the energy sector have to be reduced to zero by mid-century or earlier to avoid an ecologic disaster, less than 15% of this energy demand is supplied by renewable resources nowadays. The International Energy Agency (IEA) has a significant impact on both political and economic decisions of governments and stakeholders regarding energy. The World Energy Outlook (WEO) report published annually by the IEA projects for the decades to come how TPED and electricity generation, amongst others, will evolve for all major technologies. Since the WEO is often used as a basis for policy making on renewable and conventional energy, a comprehensive analysis of past WEO projections is crucial. Such analysis will ensure well-grounded and realistic energy policy making and can contribute to efforts to fight climate change and to achieve energy security.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 23. Juni 2016
01/2016_English_UN Working Group Letter – Fracking & Human Rights
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We and the 511 undersigned individuals, organizations and coalitions from around the world, contact you with a growing global human rights concern due to the evolution of a socially and environmentally high- risk corporate activity called hydraulic fracturing.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 25. Januar 2016
01/2016_English_Possibilities of renewable energy development
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This material describes the possibilities of renewable energy development in the world, how it is possible to form positive public opinion regard- ing the renewable energy, how Russia can phase out subsidizing conventional energy in order to invest partially to the renewable energy.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 22. Januar 2016
100% – Hans-Josef Fell
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100% – Hans-Josef Fell
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 22. September 2015
03/2015_English_Speech of Energy Commissioner Cañete
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This Commission started with a promise to be different: to be "bigger and more ambitious on big things". Many say that climate change is one of the biggest threats facing our society and the EU has been leading the action to reduce emissions for many years now. As we all know, renewable energy can greatly contribute to that and to reducing our external energy dependency. That's why, the EU becoming the world number one in renewables is one of President Juncker's top priorities, and it is one of my top priorities to take forward in the context of the Energy Union. But good intentions count for nothing if we don’t get the policies right. That’s why renewables take centre stage in the Energy Union action plan and why they are an integral part of the Juncker Plan, designed to unlock the investment the renewable energy sector really needs.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 18. März 2015
09/2014_English_Report from Kiev
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In Ukraine, the dominant topic is the Russian military invasion in the East. Even though the fear is growing, Kiev is peaceful and there was only a small demonstration taking place on Maidan Square on the evening of the Russian aggression. In general, a friendly summer and holiday atmosphere prevailed on Maidan Square and the adjacent streets. However, the economic depression and its consequences were obvious: there was a yawning void in my four-star hotel, directly located at Maidan Square.
Documents in Foreign Languages - English 10. September 2014
05/2014_English_Energy Watch Group – EU’s dependency on Russia for natural gas
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oth at EU level and in Germany, there are calls for independence from Russian energy deliveries, and justifiably so. This really is an urgent need, as otherwise the EU, including Germany as the largest buyer