Bremen Energy Working Papers

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Bremen Energy Working Papers (BEWP)

The paper series Bremen Energy Working Papers (BEWP) features research and scholarship of a preliminary nature that should encourage dialogue and critical discussion. The articles aim for publication in peer reviewed journals. The „Bremen Energy Working Papers“ are published by Jacobs University Bremen, edited by the working group Bremen Energy Research. Inputs from guest authors are welcome.

The content does not necessarily reflect the views of Jacobs University Bremen and is the sole responsibility of the author. Jacobs University Bremen does not bear any responsibility concerning the contents.

BEWP No. 27

Cross-border Electricity Interconnectors in the EU: the Status Quo

Gert Brunekreeft and Roland Meyer

Bremen Energy Working Papers No. 27, February 2018

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BEWP No. 26

Regulatorische Herausforderungen für Multi-Use-Speicher in Stromverteilnetzen – ein Ausschreibungsmodell

Roland Meyer, Gert Brunekreeft, Martin Palovic und Daniel Speiser

Bremen Energy Working Papers No. 26, May 2017

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BEWP No. 25

Information Management in Smart Grids - The Need for Decentralized Governance Approaches

Marius Buchmann

Bremen Energy Working Papers No. 25, September 2016

published as "The Need for Competition between Decentralized Governance Approaches for Data Exchange in Smart Electricity Grids - Fiscal Federalism vs. Polycentric Governance", The Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, Volume 139, 106-117

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BEWP No. 24

The Rise of Third Parties and the Fall of Incumbents Driven by Large-Scale Integration of Renewable Energies: The Case of Germany

Gert Brunekreeft, Marius Buchmann, and Roland Meyer

Bremen Energy Working Papers No. 24, April 2016

published in The Energy Journal, Vol. 37, No. 2, 243-262.

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BEWP No. 23

Evaluation of Strategy of Power Generation Business under Large-Scale Integration of Renewable Energy

Gert Brunekreeft, Marius Buchmann, Toru Hattori, and Roland Meyer

Bremen Energy Working Papers No. 23, March 2016

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BEWP No. 22

Information Management in Smart Grids - Who Should Govern Information Management to Balance Between Coordination and Competition on the Distribution Grid Level?

Marius Buchmann

Bremen Energy Working Papers No. 22, March 2016

published as "Governance of data and information management in smart distribution grids: Increase efficiency by balancing coordination and competition", Utilities Policy, Vol. 44, 2017, 63-72
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BEWP No. 21

Anreizregulierung bei Stromverteilnetzen: Effizienz versus Investitionen

Gert Brunekreeft and Roland Meyer

Bremen Energy Working Papers No. 21, April 2015

published in Perspektiven der Wirtschaftspolitik, 17(2): 172–187

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BEWP No. 20

Distribution Planning and Pricing in View of Increasing Shares of Intermittent, Renewable Energy in Germany and Japan

Christine Brandstätt, Gert Brunekreeft, Ken Furusawa, and Toru Hattori

Bremen Energy Working Papers No. 20, March 2015

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BEWP No. 19

Entflechtung in Netzsektoren - ein Vergleich

Peter Abegg, Michael Brinkmann, Gert Brunekreeft, Georg Götz, Jan Krancke, Christoph Müller und Claudia Schmidt

Bremen Energy Working Papers No. 19, October 2014

published in Netzwirtschaften und Recht, Beilage, 1/2015, 1-16, April 2015

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BEWP No. 18

Information Governance in Smart Grids - A Common Information Platform (CIP)

Christine Brandstätt, Gert Brunekreeft, Marius Buchmann, and Nele Friedrichsen

Bremen Energy Working Papers No. 18, June 2014

published as "Balancing between competition and coordination in smart grids - a Common Information Platform (CIP)", Economics of Energy & Environmental Policy, 6 (1), 2017.

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BEWP No. 17

Cross-Border Effects of Capacity Mechanisms: Do Uncoordinated Market Design Changes Contradict the Goals of the European Market Integration?

Roland Meyer and Olga Gore

Bremen Energy Working Papers No. 17, June 2014

published in Energy Economics, 51, 2015, 9–20

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BEWP No. 16

Unbundling of Electricity Transmission System Operators - An Experience Report

Gert Brunekreeft, Mika Goto, Roland Meyer, Masahiro Maruyama, and Toru Hattori

Bremen Energy Working Papers No. 16, March 2014

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BEWP No. 15

Network Unbundling and Flawed Coordination: Experience from the Electricity Sector

Gert Brunekreeft

Bremen Energy Working Papers No. 15, January 2014

published in Utilities Policy, Vol. 34, 2015, 11-18

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BEWP No. 14

Auction Design for a Strategic Reserve Market for Generation Adequacy: On the Incentives under Different Auction Scoring Rules

Gert Brunekreeft, Roland Meyer, and Margarethe Rammerstorfer

Bremen Energy Working Papers No. 14, September 2013

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BEWP No. 13

The Need for more Flexibility in the Regulation of Smart Grids – Stakeholder Involvement

Nele Friedrichsen, Christine Brandstätt, and Gert Brunekreeft

Bremen Energy Working Papers No. 13, February 2013

published in International Economics and Economic Policy, 11(1), 2014, 261-275

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BEWP No. 12

On the Role of International Benchmarking of Electricity Transmission System Operators Facing Significant Investment Requirements

Gert Brunekreeft

Bremen Energy Working Papers No. 12, October 2012

published in Competition and Regulation in Network Industries, 13(1), 2-23, 2011

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BEWP No. 11

Governing Smart Grids - the Case for an Independent System Operator

Nele Friedrichsen

Bremen Energy Working Papers No. 11, November 2011

published in European Journal of Law and Economics, 39(3), 553-572

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BEWP No. 10

Improving Investment Coordination in Electricity Networks Through Smart Contracts

Christine Brandstätt, Gert Brunekreeft, and Nele Friedrichsen

Bremen Energy Working Papers No. 10, September 2011

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BEWP No. 09

The Effect of Monopoly Regulation on the Timing of Investment

Jörg Borrmann and Gert Brunekreeft

Bremen Energy Working Papers No. 09, May 2011

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BEWP No. 08

The Timing of Repeated and Unrepeated Monopoly Investment under Wear and Tear and Demand Growth

Jörg Borrmann and Gert Brunekreeft

Bremen Energy Working Papers No. 08, May 2011

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BEWP No. 07

Locational Signals to Reduce Network Investments in Smart Distribution Grids: What Works and What Not?

Christine Brandstätt, Gert Brunekreeft, and Nele Friedrichsen

Bremen Energy Working Papers No. 07, April 2011

published in Utilities Policy, 19(4), 2011, 244-254

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BEWP No. 06

Vertical Economies and the Costs of Separating Electricity Supply – A Review of Theoretical and Empirical Literature

Roland Meyer

Bremen Energy Working Papers No. 06, April 2011

published in Energy Journal, 33 (4), 2012, 161-185

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BEWP No. 05

Regulation and Regulatory Risk in the Face of Large Transmission Investment

Gert Brunekreeft, and Roland Meyer

Bremen Energy Working Papers No. 05, February 2011

published in Competition and Regulation in Network Industries, 12(2), 2011

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BEWP No. 04

How to deal with negative power price spikes?—Flexible voluntary curtailment agreements for large-scale integration of wind

Christine Brandstätt, Gert Brunekreeft, and Katy Jahnke

Bremen Energy Working Papers No. 04, December 2010

published in Energy Policy, 39(6), 2011, 3732-3740

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BEWP No. 03

Vertical Unbundling and the Coordination of Investment in Electric Systems – On ‘Cheap Talk’ and deep charging

Gert Brunekreeft and Nele Friedrichsen

Bremen Energy Working Papers No. 03, August 2010

published in Competition and Regulation in Network Industries, 16(5), 2015, 378-403

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BEWP No. 02

Social Cost Benefit Analysis of Interconnector Investment: A Citical Appraisal

Michiel de Nooij

Bremen Energy Working Papers No. 02, July 2010

published in Energy Policy, 39(6), 2011, 3096-3105

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BEWP No. 01

The Effect of Monopoly Regulation on the Timing of Investment

Jörg Borrmann and Gert Brunekreeft

Bremen Energy Working Papers No. 01, February 2010

Note that this paper is not available anymore. For a revised version see BEWP No. 09 above.