Scientific Publications

Final Study Reports of GJETC Study Program

Final Report ST1:
“Energy transition as a central building block of a future industrial policy – Comparison and analysis of long term energy transition scenarios

Final Report ST2:
“Strategic framework and socio-cultural aspects of the energy transition”

Final Report ST3:
“New allocation of roles and business segments of established and new participants in the energy sector currently and within a future electricity market design”

Final Report ST4:
“Energy end-use efficiency potentials and policies and the development of energy service markets”

Preparatory Study

Preparatory Study ST5:
“Relevant Technologies for the Energy Transition”

Input Papers & Presentations

“The costs of integrating variable renewables in a transforming power system”
Authors: S. Mocker, D. Pescia, P. Graichen (2018)

“Study on health co-benefits to promote energy-efficient housing retrofit in Japan” (PPT)
Author: T. Ikaga (2018)

“The coupling of energy sectors – a promising strategy to a decarbonized world?”
Authors: K. Purr, M. Werlein, U. Seel, U. Leprich (2018)

“Extensive introduction of intermittent renewabled in Japan’s power system” (PPT)
Author: Y. Fujii (2018)

“Nuclear power in Europe is not competetive nor required” (PPT)
Authors: C. Kemfert, C. von Hirschausen, C. Lorenz, C. Gerbaulet, P. Oei, B. Wealer (2018)

“The role of energy efficiency for the energy transition – A brief overview”
Authors: P. Hennicke, S. Thomas (2017)

“Japan’s Energy and Climate Quadlemma”
Author: J. Arima (2017); Reviewer: F. Schafhausen

“Ambitious climate targets – the prerequisite for a successful, future-oriented climate change policy – A Comparison”
Author: F. Schafhausen (2017); Reviewer: J. Arima

“Comprehensive Energy Security in the Age of Globalization and ICT Revolution” (PPT)
Author: T. Taniguchi (2017)

Topical Papers

Topical paper 1: “G20 states – Selected official energy and climate targets”
(Published: 21.06.2017)

Public Outreach, 20th April 2018, Berlin

“Two years of cooperation in the GJETC – Recommendation and Critical Dialogue
(Prof. Dr. Peter Hennicke, German Co-Chair GJETC; Prof. Dr. Jun Arima, GJETC Council Member)

“Energy situation in Japan, policy review and NEDO’s activities”
(Takashi Omote, New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization NEDO)

“A resource efficient pathway towards a greenhouse gas neutral Germany”
(Dr. Harry Lehmann, Federal Environmental Agency)

Public Outreach, 16th February 2018, Berlin

GJETC Outreach: Introduction GJETC & Results ST1
(Prof. Dr. Peter Hennicke, German Co-Chair GJETC, hennicke.consult)

GJETC Outreach: Results ST2 & ST3
(Prof. Masakazu Toyoda, Japanese Co-Chair GJETC, IEEJ)

GJETC Outreach: Results ST4
(Prof. Dr. Peter Hennicke, German Co-Chair GJETC, hennicke.consult)

Public Outreach, 6th September 2017, Tokyo

“Possible long-term energy futures and impulses for the energy transition in Germany”
(Prof. Dr. Peter Hennicke, German Co-Chair GJETC, hennicke.consult)

“Energy transition: How far can we go?”
(Prof. Masakazu Toyoda, Japanese Co-Chair GJETC, IEEJ)

Stakeholder Dialogue – 5th September 2017, Tokyo

“The role of energy conservation related businesses and cross-cutting technologies”
(Prof. Toshiharu Ikaga, GJETC Council Member, Keio University)

“The role of energy efficiency for current and long‐term climate protection policies and the energy transition in Germany”
(Dr. Stefan Thomas, GJETC Council Member, Wuppertal Institute; Manfred Rauschen, GJETC Member, Ökozentrum NRW)

Stakeholder Dialogue – 24th January 2017, Berlin

“Cost/Benefits of RE Projects in the Region and Community-based Power in Japan”
(Prof. Dr. Jun Arima, GJETC Council Member, University of Tokyo)

“Supporting and hindering framework conditions for decentralized actors – Overview on the status and the perspectives in Germany”
(Prof. Dr. Uwe Leprich, GJETC Council Member, Federal Environmental Agency)