Florian Egli
Florian Egli
TUM Technical University of Munich
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A dynamic analysis of financing conditions for renewable energy technologies
F Egli, B Steffen, TS Schmidt
Nature Energy 3 (12), 1084-1092, 2018
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
Navigating the clean energy transition in the COVID-19 crisis
B Steffen, F Egli, M Pahle, TS Schmidt
Joule 4 (6), 1137-1141, 2020
Renewable energy investment risk: An investigation of changes over time and the underlying drivers
F Egli
Energy Policy 140, 111428, 2020
Adverse effects of rising interest rates on sustainable energy transitions
TS Schmidt, B Steffen, F Egli, M Pahle, O Tietjen, O Edenhofer
Nature Sustainability 2 (9), 879-885, 2019
Bias in energy system models with uniform cost of capital assumption
F Egli, B Steffen, TS Schmidt
Nature communications 10 (1), 4588, 2019
The effect of differentiating costs of capital by country and technology on the European energy transition
F Polzin, M Sanders, B Steffen, F Egli, TS Schmidt, P Karkatsoulis, ...
Climatic Change 167, 1-21, 2021
Determinants of fossil fuel divestment in European pension funds
F Egli, D Schärer, B Steffen
Ecological Economics 191, 107237, 2022
Africa needs context-relevant evidence to shape its clean energy future
Y Mulugetta, Y Sokona, PA Trotter, S Fankhauser, J Omukuti, ...
Nature Energy 7 (11), 1015-1022, 2022
Accounting for finance in electrification models for sub-Saharan Africa
C Agutu, F Egli, NJ Williams, TS Schmidt, B Steffen
Nature Energy 7 (7), 631-641, 2022
Safeguarding the energy transition against political backlash to carbon markets
M Pahle, O Tietjen, S Osorio, F Egli, B Steffen, TS Schmidt, O Edenhofer
Nature Energy 7 (3), 290-296, 2022
Backlash to fossil fuel phase-outs: the case of coal mining in US presidential elections
F Egli, N Schmid, TS Schmidt
Environmental Research Letters, 2022
Learning in the financial sector is essential for reducing renewable energy costs
F Egli, B Steffen, TS Schmidt
Nature Energy 4 (10), 835-836, 2019
A dynamic climate finance allocation mechanism reflecting the Paris Agreement
F Egli, A Stünzi
Environmental Research Letters 14 (11), 114024, 2019
Taking stock of the implementation gap in climate policy
T Fransen, J Meckling, A Stünzi, TS Schmidt, F Egli, N Schmid, C Beaton
Nature Climate Change 13 (8), 752-755, 2023
Financing the energy transition: four insights and avenues for future research
F Egli, F Polzin, M Sanders, T Schmidt, A Serebriakova, B Steffen
Environmental Research Letters 17 (5), 051003, 2022
Consistent and replicable estimation of bilateral climate finance
M Toetzke, A Stünzi, F Egli
Nature Climate Change 12 (10), 897-900, 2022
Identifying and inducing breakthrough inventions: An application related to climate change mitigation
F Egli, N Johnstone, C Menon
OECD, 2015
Improving the representation of cost of capital in energy system models
KE Lonergan, F Egli, S Osorio, G Sansavini, M Pahle, TS Schmidt, ...
Joule 7 (3), 469-483, 2023
Representation of financial markets in macro-economic transition models—a review and suggestions for extensions
M Sanders, A Serebriakova, P Fragkos, F Polzin, F Egli, B Steffen
Environmental Research Letters 17 (8), 083001, 2022
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