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Shaping the impacts of new technologies: A CALL FOR NEW EUROPEAN MOBILITY POLICIES

Report

Ruggero Schleicher-Tappeser and Gerd Leipold (2018): Shaping the impacts of new technologies: A CALL FOR NEW EUROPEAN MOBILITY POLICIES. Project commissioned by Rebecca Harms MEP.
Summary presentation Berlin, March 19, 2018. Summary Presentation (PDF).
Final Report, June 25, 2018.  Final Report (PDF), Summary Text FR (PDF)

Need and opportunities for a strong European Photovoltaic Industry – The xGWp Approach

presentation

Eicke Weber and Ruggero Schleicher-Tappeser (2015): Need and opportunities for a strong European Photovoltaic Industry – The xGWp Approach. Presentation. „Scientific Support to Europe‘s Photovoltaic Manufacturing Industry“ Round Table of the European Forum for Science and Industry Brussels, January 27, 2015.

How renewables will change electricity markets in the next five years

Journal Article

Schleicher-Tappeser, Ruggero (2012), How renewables will change electricity markets in the next five years. Energy Policy, Volume 48, September 2012, Pages 64–75 / See

Abstract

Photovoltaic (PV) cells, onshore wind turbines, internet technologies, and storage technologies have the potential to fundamentally change electricity markets in the years ahead. Photovoltaic cells are the most disruptive energy technology as they allow consumers of all sizes to produce power by themselves—new actors in the power market can begin operating with a new bottom-up control logic. Unsubsidised PV markets may start to take off in 2013, fuelling substantial growth where PV power is getting cheaper than grid or diesel backup electricity for commercial consumers. Managing loads and achieving a good match between power consumption and weather-dependent power production will likely become a key issue. This consumption—production balance may trigger massive innovation and investment in energy management technologies involving different kinds of storage and controls. Increasing autonomy and flexibility of consumers challenges the top-down control logic of traditional power supply and pushes for a more decentralised and multi-layered system. How rapidly and smoothly this transformation occurs depends to a large extent on the adaptation speed of the regulatory framework and on the ability of market players to develop appropriate business models. The paper discusses conflicts of interest; hurdles and drivers; opportunities; and traps for this perspective.

2022: > 200 citations

Germany: Integrated transport, land-use and environmental policy-making

Book Chapter

Ruggero Schleicher-Tappeser, Michael Greif and Marco Schroeder (2005) Germany: Integrated transport, land-use and environmental policy-making, in: Dominic Stead, Harry Geerlings and Evert Meijers (ed.): Policy integration in practice The integration of land use planning, transport and environmental policy-making in Denmark, England and Germany, DUP Science, Delft University Press

Sustainable Quality Management für die Strukturfonds – Erfahrungen in Midi-Pyrénées / Frankreich

Presentation

Schleicher-Tappeser, R. (2003). Sustainable Quality Management für die Strukturfonds – Erfahrungen in Midi-Pyrénées / Frankreich, Jahrestreffen der Europäischen Kommission mit den Verwaltungsbehörden in Deutschland, Bruxelles, 13. November 2003. Bruxelles. / PDF-DE / PDF-FR

Problems and options in assessing Sustainable Development – The SQM approach and experiences in the context of structural funds

Book Chapter

Schleicher-Tappeser, Ruggero, (2002): Problems and options in assessing Sustainable Development – The SQM approach and experiences in the context of structural funds. In: Vanderstraeten, M.: Setting Concepts into motion: Sustainable Development and R&D policies. Development of scientific tools in support of Sustainable Development decision making (= Proceedings of the workshop in Brussels, 28-29 November 2001). p. 161-174. / PDF

Progress towards sustainable development: key issues. Results from the EU FPIV Research Programme on Human dimensions of Environmental Change

Book Chapter

Schleicher-Tappeser, Ruggero, (2000): Progress towards sustainable development: key issues. Results from the EU FPIV Research Programme on Human dimensions of Environmental Change. In: Häkkinen, L.: Regions – Cornerstones for Sustainable Development. Proceedins of the Second European Symposium Joensuu 13-14 September 1999 (=Publications of the Academy of Finland, 8/99). p. 22-23. Helsinki: Edita. ISBN 951-37-3085-9.

Nachhaltigkeit im Kontext europäischer sozio-ökonomischer Vielfalt und ihre Gestaltung auf verschiedenen politischen Ebenen

Book Chapter

Schleicher-Tappeser, Ruggero, (2000): Nachhaltigkeit im Kontext europäischer sozio-ökonomischer Vielfalt und ihre Gestaltung auf verschiedenen politischen Ebenen. In: Grenzendörffer, K., Biesecker, A., and Elsner, W.: Vielfalt und Interaktion sozioökonomischer Kulturen. Modernität oder Zukunftsfähigkeit (=Institutionelle und Sozial-Ökonomie, Bd. 7). p. 88-111. Herbolzheim: Centaurus. ISBN 3-8255-0295-3. / PDF

A Flexible Tool for Valuating and Evaluating the Sustainable Development

Book Chapter

Strati, Filippo/ Schleicher-Tappeser, Ruggero, (1999): A Flexible Tool for Valuating and Evaluating the Sustainable Development. In: Catizzone, M.: From Ecosystem Research to Sustainable Development. Towards a New Paradigma for Ecosystem Research (= Ecosystem Research Reports N° 26, p. 59-74. Luxembourg: European Commission. ISBN 92-828-6425-1.

Zwischenevaluation INTERREG II am Oberrhein

Book Chapter

Schleicher-Tappeser, Ruggero/ Denny, Evelyne/ Thierstein, Alain, (1999): Zwischenevaluation INTERREG II am Oberrhein. In: Casteigts, M., Drewello, H., and Eisenberg, E.: Evaluierung grenzüberschreitender und interregionaler Vorhaben in Europa. Herausforderungen – Methoden – praktische Erfahrungen (=Schriften des EURO-Instituts Kehl/Strasbourg, 8). p. 53-64. Baden-Baden: Nomos. ISBN 3-7890-5964-1.

Progress towards Sustainable Regional Development. A review of results from the EU Research Programme on Human Dimensions of Environmental Change

Report

Schleicher-Tappeser, Ruggero / Strati, Filippo, (1999): Progress towards Sustainable Regional Development. A review of results from the EU Research Programme on Human Dimensions of Environmental Change. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities. / PDF