Talk by Dr Gregor Czisch at the 5th Claverton Energy Conference, House of Commons June 19th 2009

Dr. Czisch gave a presentation which shows that with the large scale HVDC interconnection of Europe – the “European Supergrid” Europe can have 100% renewable energy at about the cost of today’s electricity – with all capital costs factored in –  summarised here, 

Rather than publish a duplicate paper on this site, Gregor has given us these links to his site where the various papers can be studied.

The most relevant one for English speakers is probably this one:

“Low Cost but Totally Renewable Electricity Supply”
http://transnational-renewables.org/Gregor_Czisch/projekte/LowCostEuropElSup_revised_for_AKE_2006.pdf

This paper, also given may interest people:

http://tx1.fcomet.com/~claverto/cms/talk-by-dr-gregor-czisch-at-the-5th-claverton-energy-conference-house-of-commons-june-19th-2009.html

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Articles by Dr Czisch:

 

Dr. Gregor Czisch
Mobil +49 (0) 163 826 7921

Home
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Publikationen
http://transnational-renewables.org/Gregor_Czisch/veroeffentlichungen.html

Medienspiegel
http://transnational-renewables.org/Gregor_Czisch/Medienspiegel.html

Ausgesuchte Veröffentlichungen
Dissertation: Szenarien zur zukünftigen Stromversorgung
https://kobra.bibliothek.uni-kassel.de/bitstream/urn:nbn:de:hebis:34-200604119596/1/DissVersion0502.pdf
Low Cost but Totally Renewable Electricity Supply ..
http://transnational-renewables.org/Gregor_Czisch/projekte/LowCostEuropElSup_revised_for_AKE_2006.pdf
Effects of Large-Scale Distribution of Wind Energy ..
http://transnational-renewables.org/Gregor_Czisch/projekte/Risoe200305.pdf
Global Renewable Energy Potential and Approaches to its Use
http://transnational-renewables.org/Gregor_Czisch/folien/magdeb030901/overview.html

3 comments on “Talk by Dr Gregor Czisch at the 5th Claverton Energy Conference, House of Commons June 19th 2009

  1. Czisch’s proposal of a European supergrid appears to be one of the most cost-effective steps towards the provision of sustainable energy. How else do we want to deal with fluktuation and storage problems? What is cheaper and more developed than wind turbines as a source of renewable energy?

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