Climate change und emission free energy strageties for sustainable energy systems

 
Climate change caused by CO2-emissions are discussed a lot in the present energy strategies. To reduce emissions sustainable energy systems with no ore less emissions have to be realized soon. One great alternative in this context ist hydrogen energy in combination with renewables. In fact more or less emission free hydrogen has a future oriented potencial in energy systems. But it remains little time for the conversion of the strategies.
 
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World Energy Council (WEC)
 
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Wasserstoff als Energieträger der automobilen Zukunft
 
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Transitions to Sustainable Energy
 
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The Global Carbon Project
 
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Technological options for mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions
 
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Schüleruni Klima und Energie 2013
 
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Research Center Jülich
 
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PRESENCE - Power through resilience of energy systems: energy crises, trends and climate change
 
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Millennium Ecosystem Assessment
 
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KlimAdapt - Deriving priority measures for adapting the energy system to climate change
 
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International Science Panel on Renewable Energy
 
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International Programme on the Economics of Atmospheric Stabilization
 
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Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Fourth Assessment Report Working Group III (IPCC AR4 WGIII)
 
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Global Scenarios for the Energy Infrastructure Development
 
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European Environment Agency
 
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Energy Technologies for the 21st Century - Phase II
 
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Energy and Sustainable Societies
 
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EC High-Level Expert Group on "Foresighting the New Technology Wave"
 
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COIN - Cost of inaction: Assessing costs of climate change for Austria
 
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CC2BBE - Vulnerability of a bio-based economy to global climate change impacts
 
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Biotransformat
 
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APCC - Austrian Panel on Climate Change Assessment Report
 
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