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Schmidt Johannes

Unpublished presentations at scientific conferences

Scherhaufer, Patrick; Höltinger, Stefan; Salak, Boris; Schauppenlehner, Thomas; Schmidt, Johannes (2017): How we talk about renewable energy matters. Different discourses contributing to the social-acceptance of wind energy in Austria.

ECPR General Conference, SEP 6-9, 2017, Oslo, Norway

Scherhaufer, Patrick; Höltinger, Stefan; Salak, Boris; Schauppenlehner, Thomas; Schmidt, Johannes (2017): The transition of the Austrian energy system to a high penetration of wind energy: Visions, values and costs.

IAEE European Conference, SEPT 3-6, 2017, Hofburg, Vienna, AUSTRIA

Wehrle, S., Schmidt, J. (2016): Optimal emission prices for a district heating system owner with combined heat and power generation capacities.

Swedish Association of Energy Economists Conference 2016, AUG 23-24, 2016, Luleå University of Technology (LTU)

Scherhaufer, Patrick; Höltinger, Stefan; Salak, Boris; Schauppenlehner, Thomas; Schmidt, Johannes (2015): Die soziale Akzeptanz von Windkraftanlagen.

Die Energie der Alpen, OKT 22-23, 2015, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, GER

Zeyringer, M., Simoes, S., Schmidt, J. (2013): Regionally Differentiated Photovoltaic Feed- In Tariffs In Support Of A Cost Optimal System Integration- Case Study For Austria.

13th European IAEE Conference 2013, AUG 18-21, 2013, Düsseldorf

Schmidt, Jh., Leduc, S., Dotzauer, E., Kindermann, G., Schmid, E. (2009): Potentials for biomass fired combined heat and power plants considering the spatial distribution of biomass supply and heat demand: an Austrian case study. .

, 10th IAEE European Conference on Energy, Policies and Technologies for Sustainable Economics. , 7-10 September 2009, Laxenburg, Austria

Schmidt, J., Leduc, S., Dotzauer, E., Kindermann, G., Greigeritsch, T., Schmid, E. (2008): Potentials of Bioenergy Production in the Austrian Forest Market..

, International Scientific Conference: The European Forest-based Sector: Bio-responses to Address New Climate and Energy Challenges? , NOV 6-8, 2008, Nancy

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