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Modellierung der angemessenen Erzeugungs- und Systemkapazität (System Adequacy) in der Schweiz im Bereich Strom

The results of the study show that Switzerland's security of supply is usually not considered to be critical in the future as long as Switzerland remains integrated in the European electricity market. By 2035, no problems with the security of electricity supply are to be expected in all basic scenarios. Until at least 2025 and in most cases considered until 2030, no critical situations are to be expected, even if different assumptions are made. From this point on, problems in the area of production tend to occur only under the assumption of extreme developments, such as a sharp decline in coal capacities in Germany without simultaneous compensation through investments in alternative technologies.

Further Info/The Final Report can be found here.

Key Information

Work Package / Task: 3
Research Partners: University of Basel
Keywords: Energy Markets, Energy Strategy, Energy Scenarios, Renewables, Wind Energy, Solar Energy, Sustainable Energy Systems
Start date: 01.03.2017
End date: 30.06.2017
Status: completed

Competence Center for Research in Energy, Society and Transition
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