Tobias S Schmidt
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The economic viability of battery storage for residential solar photovoltaic systems–A review and a simulation model
J Hoppmann, J Volland, TS Schmidt, VH Hoffmann
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 39, 1101-1118, 2014
4782014
A review and probabilistic model of lifecycle costs of stationary batteries in multiple applications
B Battke, TS Schmidt, D Grosspietsch, VH Hoffmann
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 25, 240-250, 2013
3092013
Rural electrification through village grids—Assessing the cost competitiveness of isolated renewable energy technologies in Indonesia
NU Blum, RS Wakeling, TS Schmidt
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 22, 482-496, 2013
1922013
Technology life-cycles in the energy sector—Technological characteristics and the role of deployment for innovation
J Huenteler, TS Schmidt, J Ossenbrink, VH Hoffmann
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 104, 102-121, 2016
1882016
Low-carbon investment risks and de-risking
TS Schmidt
Nature Climate Change 4 (4), 237-239, 2014
1662014
Use cases for stationary battery technologies: A review of the literature and existing projects
A Malhotra, B Battke, M Beuse, A Stephan, T Schmidt
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 56, 705-721, 2016
1542016
Japan's post-Fukushima challenge–implications from the German experience on renewable energy policy
J Huenteler, TS Schmidt, N Kanie
Energy Policy 45, 6-11, 2012
1542012
The effects of climate policy on the rate and direction of innovation: A survey of the EU ETS and the electricity sector
TS Schmidt, M Schneider, KS Rogge, MJA Schuetz, VH Hoffmann
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 2, 23-48, 2012
1532012
Shedding light on solar technologies—A techno-economic assessment and its policy implications
M Peters, TS Schmidt, D Wiederkehr, M Schneider
Energy Policy 39 (10), 6422-6439, 2011
1182011
Derisking Renewable Energy Investment
O Waissbein, Y Glemarec, H Bayraktar, S Tobias S.
United Nations Development Programme, 2013
115*2013
Technology as a driver of climate and energy politics
TS Schmidt, S Sewerin
Nature Energy 2 (6), 1-3, 2017
1082017
The effect of local and global learning on the cost of renewable energy in developing countries
J Huenteler, C Niebuhr, TS Schmidt
Journal of Cleaner Production 128, 6-21, 2016
1082016
Limiting the public cost of stationary battery deployment by combining applications
A Stephan, B Battke, MD Beuse, JH Clausdeinken, TS Schmidt
Nature Energy 1 (7), 1-9, 2016
1062016
Measuring the temporal dynamics of policy mixes–An empirical analysis of renewable energy policy mixes’ balance and design features in nine countries
TS Schmidt, S Sewerin
Research Policy 48 (10), 103557, 2019
1012019
Anticipating industry localization effects of clean technology deployment policies in developing countries
TS Schmidt, J Huenteler
Global Environmental Change 38, 8-20, 2016
992016
A dynamic analysis of financing conditions for renewable energy technologies
F Egli, B Steffen, TS Schmidt
Nature Energy 3 (12), 1084-1092, 2018
952018
The multiple roles of state investment banks in low-carbon energy finance: An analysis of Australia, the UK and Germany
A Geddes, TS Schmidt, B Steffen
Energy Policy 115, 158-170, 2018
902018
Attracting private investments into rural electrification—A case study on renewable energy based village grids in Indonesia
TS Schmidt, NU Blum, RS Wakeling
Energy for Sustainable Development 17 (6), 581-595, 2013
862013
How do policies mobilize private finance for renewable energy?—A systematic review with an investor perspective
F Polzin, F Egli, B Steffen, TS Schmidt
Applied Energy 236, 1249-1268, 2019
842019
Cost-efficient demand-pull policies for multi-purpose technologies–The case of stationary electricity storage
B Battke, TS Schmidt
Applied Energy 155, 334-348, 2015
792015
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