Aus Transnational-Renewables


  • G. Czisch (Vortrag und Diskussion), 100% Renewable Electricity in an International Supply: Perspectives for National and Regional Energy Matrixes - Development opportunities and optimal sustainable solution for climate protection, Workshop, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ): Integrating Wind Energy in National and Regional Energy Matrices and on Needed Curricula to Further the Processes under Technical, Economic and Political Aspects, Amman, Jordanien, Juli 2011
  • G. Czisch (Book),Scenarios for a Future Electricity Supply: cost-optimized variations on supplying Europe and its neighbours with electricity from renewable energies, translation of the German dissertation Szenarien zur zukünftigen Stromversorgung - Kostenoptimierte Variationen zur Versorgung Europas und seiner Nachbarn mit Strom aus erneuerbaren Energien (2005), The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), London, Juni 2011, 640pp, 
ISBN: 978-1-84919-156-2
  • G. Czisch (Artikel), Low cost but totally renewable electricity supply for a huge supply area: a European/trans-European example, In: K. D. John, D. Rübbelke: Sustainable Energy: Conference Volume of the 7th Chemnitz Symposium "Europe and Environment": Routledge - T & F Books UK, S. 21–47, ISBN 9780415566865, Februar 2011
  • G. Czisch (Vortrag und Diskussion), 100% regenerative Stromversorgung für Europa und seine Nachbarn - Erneuerbares Supernetz: Bezahlbarer Klimaschutz mit Entwicklungsperspektiven, Perspektiven für Stromversorgung der Zukunft, Gymnasium Sulingen, Februar 2011
  • G. Czisch (Vortrag und Diskussion), The Supergrid: 100% Renewable Electricity Supply for Europe and its Neighbourhood - Optimal sutainable solution for climate protection, Synergistic SuperGrid for Transmitting Energy Overseas 2011 - Collecting the SuperGrid Puzzle & Moving Closer to Reality, InnoQube-Conferences Energy and Utilities, London, Januar 2011
  • G. Czisch (Interview), Energy without borders, Iceland has lots of geothermal energy, Norway has hydropower. The wind blows hard in Scotland and the sun always shines in North Africa. Helen Knight explores plans to connect these diverse sources to a single network, Energy Realities, Interviewer: MacGregor Campbell, Helen Knight, 2011