His scientific interests lie mostly in Technology policy, Environmental resource management, Environmental economics, Risk analysis and Operations management. You can notice a mix of various disciplines of study, such as Industrial organization, Product, Technology life cycle, Technology forecasting and Energy technology, in his Technology policy studies. His work deals with themes such as Political economy of climate change, Key, Economic system and Global climate, which intersect with Environmental resource management.
Environmental economics is often connected to Subsidy in his work. Among his Risk analysis studies, you can observe a synthesis of other disciplines of science such as Multiple applications and Energy storage. His Grid parity research incorporates themes from Electricity retailing and Stand-alone power system.
Tobias S. Schmidt mainly investigates Environmental economics, Order, Industrial organization, Finance and Developing country. Tobias S. Schmidt combines subjects such as Environmental resource management and Cost reduction with his study of Environmental economics. His Cost reduction research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Goods and services and United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
As part of his studies on Order, he often connects relevant subjects like Labour economics. In his papers, Tobias S. Schmidt integrates diverse fields, such as Industrial organization and Wind power. His work in the fields of Finance, such as Investment banking, Cash management and Portfolio, overlaps with other areas such as Rural electrification.
Tobias S. Schmidt mostly deals with Environmental economics, Energy policy, Public policy, Investment banking and Industrial organization. His Environmental economics studies intersect with other disciplines such as Industrial chemistry, Base load power plant, Electrification, Context and Photovoltaics. His Investment banking study combines topics in areas such as Private finance initiative and State.
Tobias S. Schmidt focuses mostly in the field of State, narrowing it down to topics relating to Political economy and, in certain cases, Industrial policy and Climate Finance. His Industrial organization study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Position, Tariff, Process and Engineering design process. His research investigates the link between Finance and topics such as Financial capital that cross with problems in Order.
Tobias S. Schmidt mainly focuses on Industrial organization, Energy policy, Order, Industrial policy and Global climate. His study deals with a combination of Industrial organization and Structure. Tobias S. Schmidt integrates several fields in his works, including Energy policy, Tariff, Agency, Energy economics, Energy transition and Assistant professor.
He incorporates Order and Typology in his research.
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The economic viability of battery storage for residential solar photovoltaic systems - A review and a simulation model
Joern Hoppmann;Joern Hoppmann;Jonas Volland;Tobias S. Schmidt;Volker H. Hoffmann.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2014)
A review and probabilistic model of lifecycle costs of stationary batteries in multiple applications
Benedikt Battke;Tobias S. Schmidt;David Grosspietsch;Volker H. Hoffmann.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2013)
Rural electrification through village grids - Assessing the cost competitiveness of isolated renewable energy technologies in Indonesia
Nicola U. Blum;Ratri Sryantoro Wakeling;Tobias S. Schmidt.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2013)
Technology life-cycles in the energy sector — Technological characteristics and the role of deployment for innovation
Joern Huenteler;Joern Huenteler;Tobias S. Schmidt;Tobias S. Schmidt;Jan Ossenbrink;Volker H. Hoffmann.
Technological Forecasting and Social Change (2016)
Low-carbon investment risks and de-risking
Tobias S. Schmidt.
Nature Climate Change (2014)
Use cases for stationary battery technologies: A review of the literature and existing projects
Abhishek Malhotra;Benedikt Battke;Martin Beuse;Annegret Stephan.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2016)
Japan's post-Fukushima Challenge - Implications from the German Experience on Renewable Energy Policy
Joern Huenteler;Tobias S. Schmidt;Norichika Kanie.
Energy Policy (2012)
The effects of climate policy on the rate and direction of innovation: a survey of the EU ETS and the electricity sector
Tobias S. Schmidt;Malte Schneider;Karoline S. Rogge;Martin J.A. Schuetz.
Environmental innovation and societal transitions (2012)
Is there a role for the Ca2+ influx during fertilization of the sea urchin egg?
T. Schmidt;C. Patton;D. Epel.
Developmental Biology (1982)
Shedding light on solar technologies—A techno-economic assessment and its policy implications
Michael Peters;Tobias S. Schmidt;David Wiederkehr;Malte Schneider.
Energy Policy (2011)
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