Wolf Fichtner mainly investigates Electricity, Renewable energy, Environmental economics, Electricity generation and Electricity market. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Electric vehicle, Internal combustion engine, Econometrics and Investment. His Renewable energy study combines topics in areas such as Mains electricity, Wind power, Natural resource economics and Emerging technologies.
He has researched Environmental economics in several fields, including Efficient energy use, Energy supply, Consumption, Photovoltaic system and Stand-alone power system. His Electricity generation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Waste management, Biogas, Order, Renewable resource and Agricultural engineering. His Electricity market research focuses on subjects like Industrial organization, which are linked to Remuneration, Nonmarket forces, Market price and Market timing.
Wolf Fichtner focuses on Electricity, Environmental economics, Renewable energy, Electricity generation and Electricity market. He works mostly in the field of Electricity, limiting it down to topics relating to Photovoltaic system and, in certain cases, Distributed generation, as a part of the same area of interest. The concepts of his Environmental economics study are interwoven with issues in Order, Greenhouse gas, Environmental resource management and Energy supply.
He combines subjects such as Wind power, Natural resource economics and Demand response with his study of Renewable energy. Many of his studies on Electricity generation involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Electric power system. His biological study focuses on Electricity retailing.
Wolf Fichtner mostly deals with Renewable energy, Electricity, Environmental economics, Industrial organization and Electricity market. His research in Renewable energy intersects with topics in Electricity generation, Photovoltaic system, Mathematical optimization and Smart grid. He undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Electricity and Flexibility in his work.
In his study, Energy policy is strongly linked to Photovoltaics, which falls under the umbrella field of Environmental economics. His studies in Industrial organization integrate themes in fields like Investment incentives and Investment. His Electricity market research includes elements of Linear regression and Outlier.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Renewable energy, Electricity, Environmental economics, Electric vehicle and Electricity generation. His work deals with themes such as Natural resource economics, Energy supply, Photovoltaic system and Mathematical optimization, which intersect with Renewable energy. Wolf Fichtner interconnects Energy consumption, Scenario analysis, Industrial organization and Tariff in the investigation of issues within Electricity.
His Industrial organization study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Leverage, Load profile, Electricity market and Remuneration. His work in Environmental economics is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Linear programming. His Electric vehicle research integrates issues from Cost–benefit analysis, Transportation planning, Automotive engineering and Electric power system.
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Smart Homes as a Means to Sustainable Energy Consumption: A Study of Consumer Perceptions
Alexandra-Gwyn Paetz;Elisabeth Dütschke;Wolf Fichtner.
Extended forecast methods for day-ahead electricity spot prices applying artificial neural networks
Dogan Keles;Jonathan Scelle;Florentina Paraschiv;Wolf Fichtner.
Assessing CO2 emissions of electric vehicles in Germany in 2030
Patrick Jochem;Sonja Babrowski;Wolf Fichtner.
Public acceptance and preferences related to renewable energy and grid expansion policy: Empirical insights for Germany
Valentin Bertsch;Valentin Bertsch;Valentin Bertsch;Margeret Hall;Christof Weinhardt;Wolf Fichtner.
Agent-based modelling and simulation of smart electricity grids and markets – A literature review
Philipp Ringler;Dogan Keles;Wolf Fichtner.
Electricity load profiles in Europe: The importance of household segmentation
Marian Hayn;Valentin Bertsch;Wolf Fichtner.
A high-resolution determination of the technical potential for residential-roof-mounted photovoltaic systems in Germany
Kai Mainzer;Karoline Fath;Russell McKenna;Julian Stengel.
Load shift potential of electric vehicles in Europe
Sonja Babrowski;Heidi Heinrichs;Patrick Jochem;Wolf Fichtner.
Solar energy storage in German households: profitability, load changes and flexibility
Thomas Kaschub;Patrick Jochem;Wolf Fichtner.
External costs of electric vehicles
Patrick Jochem;Claus Doll;Wolf Fichtner.
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