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Connect Energy Economics is a consultancy for decision makers in energy policy and energy economics based in Berlin. Dr. Marco Nicolosi and Dr. Barbara Burstedde represent Connect. We are looking forward to exploring new perspectives with you.

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Our task is to connect information and incorporate it into economic and political frameworks. We combine empirical observations with fundamental knowledge and derive productive overall concepts.

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Our integrated way of working can be evaluated best on the basis of our previous contributions. To this end, selected studies, articles and talks are provided. We continuously expand our list of publications with relevant pieces of our work.

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Study published on concepts for procuring redispatch

On behalf of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi), Connect has examined concepts for redispatch procurement. The now published results show that the concepts differ significantly in their effectiveness, efficiency and compatibility with the power market 2.0. The results also show that market-based approaches with local incentives are incompatible with the power market 2.0. They distort power prices, lead to congestion-increasing behavior, thereby increasing the need for redispatch, and create higher market power potential.

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Conference Forum Neue Energiewelt: Panel with Dr. Nicolosi on
RES market values and months with 0-cent market premiums

On 23 November 2018, Dr. Marco Nicolosi discusses the effects of high RES market values at the conference Forum Neue Energiewelt (to the programme). The focus is on the first-time suspension of the EEG market premium for a PV plant whose market value exceeded the subsidy in August. On the panel, Dr. Nicolosi is joined by Carsten Pfeiffer from the German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), Amani Joas from Next Kraftwerke, Guido Ingwer from Wattner Projektentwicklungsgesellschaft and Dr. Volker Oschmann from the German Federal Minstry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi).

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