Dr. Peter Viebahn
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The potential role of concentrated solar power (CSP) in Africa and Europe—A dynamic assessment of technology development, cost development and life cycle inventories until 2050
P Viebahn, Y Lechon, F Trieb
Energy Policy 39 (8), 4420-4430, 2011
Comparison of carbon capture and storage with renewable energy technologies regarding structural, economic, and ecological aspects in Germany
P Viebahn, J Nitsch, M Fischedick, A Esken, D Schüwer, N Supersberger, ...
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 1 (1), 121-133, 2007
An environmental management model for universities: from environmental guidelines to staff involvement
P Viebahn
Journal of cleaner production 10 (1), 3-12, 2002
Prospects of carbon capture and storage (CCS) in China’s power sector–An integrated assessment
P Viebahn, D Vallentin, S Höller
Applied Energy 157, 229-244, 2015
Public attitudes towards and demand for hydrogen and fuel cell vehicles: A review of the evidence and methodological implications
MY Roche, S Mourato, M Fischedick, K Pietzner, P Viebahn
Energy policy 38 (10), 5301-5310, 2010
Ökologisch optimierter Ausbau der Nutzung erneuerbarer Energien in Deutschland
J Nitsch, W Krewitt, M Nast, P Viebahn, S Gärtner, M Pehnt, G Reinhardt, ...
Köllen Druck, 2004
Assessing the need for critical minerals to shift the German energy system towards a high proportion of renewables
P Viebahn, O Soukup, S Samadi, J Teubler, K Wiesen, M Ritthoff
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 49, 655-671, 2015
Integrated assessment of carbon capture and storage (CCS) in the German power sector and comparison with the deployment of renewable energies
P Viebahn, V Daniel, H Samuel
Applied Energy 97, 238-248, 2012
Feasibility of storing CO2 in the Utsira formation as part of a long term Dutch CCS strategy: An evaluation based on a GIS/MARKAL toolbox
M van den Broek, A Ramírez, H Groenenberg, F Neele, P Viebahn, ...
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 4 (2), 351-366, 2010
Differences in the public perception of CCS in Germany depending on CO2 source, transport option and storage location
E Dütschke, K Wohlfarth, S Höller, P Viebahn, D Schumann, K Pietzner
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 53, 149-159, 2016
Economic analysis and life cycle assessment of concrete thermal energy storage for parabolic trough power plants
D Laing, WD Steinmann, P Viebahn, F Gräter, C Bahl
The potential role of direct air capture in the German energy research program—Results of a multi-dimensional analysis
P Viebahn, A Scholz, O Zelt
Energies 12 (18), 3443, 2019
Economic opportunities resulting from a global deployment of concentrated solar power (CSP) technologies—the example of German technology providers
D Vallentin, P Viebahn
Energy Policy 38 (8), 4467-4478, 2010
Integrated assessment of CO2 reduction technologies in China's cement industry
Y Wang, S Höller, P Viebahn, Z Hao
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 20, 27-36, 2014
Scrutinising the gap between the expected and actual deployment of carbon capture and storage—a bibliometric analysis
P Viebahn, EJL Chappin
Energies 11 (9), 2319, 2018
Social impacts of large-scale solar thermal power plants: Assessment results for the NOORO I power plant in Morocco
J Terrapon-Pfaff, T Fink, P Viebahn, EM Jamea
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 113, 109259, 2019
Integrated assessment of carbon capture and storage (CCS) in South Africa’s power sector
P Viebahn, D Vallentin, S Höller
Energies 8 (12), 14380-14406, 2015
Assessment of CO2 storage capacity in geological formations of Germany and Northern Europe
S Höller, P Viebahn
Energy Procedia 4, 4897-4904, 2011
Determining significance in social impact assessments (SIA) by applying both technical and participatory approaches: Methodology development and application in a case study of …
J Terrapon-Pfaff, T Fink, P Viebahn, EM Jamea
Environmental Impact Assessment Review 66, 138-150, 2017
Future CCS implementation in India: a systemic and long-term analysis
P Viebahn, S Höller, D Vallentin, H Liptow, A Villar
Energy Procedia 4, 2708-2715, 2011
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