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Efficient Energy Systems and Electric Mobility

Efficient Energy Systems and Electric Mobility
Typ: Vorlesung (V)
Semester: SS 2015
Zeit: 14.04.2015
14:00 - 17:00
20.14 Raum 103.1 20.14 Kollegium am Schloss - Bau IV


28.04.2015
14:00 - 17:00
20.14 Raum 103.1 20.14 Kollegium am Schloss - Bau IV

12.05.2015
14:00 - 17:00
20.14 Raum 103.1 20.14 Kollegium am Schloss - Bau IV

26.05.2015
14:00 - 17:00
20.14 Raum 103.1 20.14 Kollegium am Schloss - Bau IV

09.06.2015
14:00 - 17:00
20.14 Raum 103.1 20.14 Kollegium am Schloss - Bau IV

23.06.2015
14:00 - 17:00
20.14 Raum 103.1 20.14 Kollegium am Schloss - Bau IV

07.07.2015
14:00 - 17:00
20.14 Raum 103.1 20.14 Kollegium am Schloss - Bau IV


Dozent: Dr. Patrick Jochem
Dr. Russell McKenna
SWS: 2
LVNr.: 2581006
LiteraturhinweiseWird in der Vorlesung bekanntgegeben
LehrinhaltThis lecture series combines two of the most central topics in the field of energy economics at present, namely energy efficiency and electric mobility. The objective of the lecture is to provide an introduction and overview to these two subject areas, including theoretical as well as practical aspects, such as the technologies, political framework conditions and broader implications of these for national and international energy systems. The energy efficiency part of the lecture provides an introduction to the concept of energy efficiency, the means of affecting it and the relevant framework conditions. Further insights into economy-wide measurements of energy efficiency, and associated difficulties, are given with recourse to several practical examples. The problems associated with market failures in this area are also highlighted, including the Rebound Effect. Finally and by way of an outlook, perspectives for energy efficiency in diverse economic sectors are examined. The electric mobility part of the lecture examines all relevant issues associated with an increased penetration of electric vehicles including their technology, their impact on the electricity system (power plants and grid), their environmental impact as well as their optimal integration in the future private electricity demand (i.e. smart grids and V2G). Besides technical aspects the user acceptance and behavioral aspects are also discussed.
ArbeitsbelastungGesamtaufwand bei 4 Leistungspunkten: ca. 120 Stunden.
ZielDer/ die Studierende

• Versteht das Konzept der Energieeffizienz in der Anwendung auf spezifische Systeme.

• Erarbeitet sich einen Überblick über aktuelle Entwicklungen in der Energieeffizienz.

• Erwirbt Kenntnisse, alternative Methoden von Energieeffizienzmaßnahmen abzuleiten und anzuwenden.

• Erarbeitet sich einen Überblick über technische und ökonomische Eckdaten und Kenngrößen in der Elektromobilität.

• Erwirbt weiterführende Kenntnisse, die ökonomischen, ökologischen und sozialen Auswirkungen der Elektromobilität zu bewerten.