Oliver Ruhnau
Oliver Ruhnau
Hertie School, Berlin
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Direct or indirect electrification? A review of heat generation and road transport decarbonisation scenarios for Germany 2050
O Ruhnau, S Bannik, S Otten, A Praktiknjo, M Robinius
Energy 166, 989-999, 2019
382019
Time series of heat demand and heat pump efficiency for energy system modeling
O Ruhnau, L Hirth, A Praktiknjo
Scientific data 6 (1), 1-10, 2019
262019
Economic implications of forecasting electricity generation from variable renewable energy sources
O Ruhnau, P Hennig, R Madlener
Renewable Energy 161, 1318-1327, 2020
5*2020
On capital utilization in the hydrogen economy: The quest to minimize idle capacity in renewables-rich energy systems
S Cloete, O Ruhnau, L Hirth
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 46 (1), 169-188, 2021
42021
Heating with wind: Economics of heat pumps and variable renewables
O Ruhnau, L Hirth, A Praktiknjo
Energy Economics 92, 104967, 2020
42020
Modellierung von Power-to-Heat zur Bestimmung der Auswirkungen auf die Strommarktintegration fluktuierender Erneuerbarer Energien
O Ruhnau, B von Lion Hirth, A Praktiknjo
22017
Variable renewables and demand flexibility: Day-ahead versus intraday valuation
R Madlener, O Ruhnau
Variable Generation, Flexible Demand, 309-327, 2021
2021
Market-based renewables: How flexible hydrogen electrolyzers stabilize wind and solar market values
O Ruhnau
Kiel, Hamburg: ZBW-Leibniz Information Centre for Economics, 2020
2020
Electricity balancing as a market equilibrium: Estimating supply and demand of imbalance energy
A Eicke, O Ruhnau, L Hirth
Kiel, Hamburg: ZBW–Leibniz Information Centre for Economics, 2020
2020
Feed-In Forecasts for Photovoltaic Systems and Economic Implications of Enhanced Forecast Accuracy
O Ruhnau, R Madlener
Operations Research Proceedings 2015, 511-516, 2017
2017
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