Sector Coupling

The discussion on strategies and measures for sector integration is fully underway and will continue to gain momentum. Under the heading “sector integration”, the use of renewable power is currently the focus of energy policy and economic interest, particularly in the heating and transport sectors.

Using our own market models, we examine in detail the expected future effects of sector integration (including decarbonisation). We bring our analysis results into the political discussion and mirror them in corporate strategies, not least in order to point out necessary repositionings.

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Sebastian Gulbis
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