Stefan Pfenninger
Stefan Pfenninger
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Energy systems modeling for twenty-first century energy challenges
S Pfenninger, A Hawkes, J Keirstead
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 33, 74-86, 2014
5412014
Using bias-corrected reanalysis to simulate current and future wind power output
I Staffell, S Pfenninger
Energy 114, 1224-1239, 2016
4192016
Long-term patterns of European PV output using 30 years of validated hourly reanalysis and satellite data
S Pfenninger, I Staffell
Energy 114, 1251-1265, 2016
3902016
The importance of open data and software: Is energy research lagging behind?
S Pfenninger, J DeCarolis, L Hirth, S Quoilin, I Staffell
Energy Policy 101, 211-215, 2017
1682017
Renewables, nuclear, or fossil fuels? Scenarios for Great Britain’s power system considering costs, emissions and energy security
S Pfenninger, J Keirstead
Applied Energy 152, 83-93, 2015
1562015
Dealing with multiple decades of hourly wind and PV time series in energy models: A comparison of methods to reduce time resolution and the planning implications of inter …
S Pfenninger
Applied energy 197, 1-13, 2017
1442017
Balancing Europe's wind power output through spatial deployment informed by weather regimes
CM Grams, R Beerli, S Pfenninger, I Staffell, H Wernli
Nature Climate Change 7 (8), 557, 2017
1072017
Knowledge and information needs of adaptation policy-makers: a European study
S Hanger, S Pfenninger, M Dreyfus, A Patt
Regional Environmental Change 13 (1), 91-101, 2013
902013
The increasing impact of weather on electricity supply and demand
I Staffell, S Pfenninger
Energy 145, 65-78, 2018
812018
Opening the black box of energy modelling: strategies and lessons learned
S Pfenninger, L Hirth, I Schlecht, E Schmid, F Wiese, T Brown, C Davis, ...
Energy Strategy Reviews, 2018
812018
Potential for concentrating solar power to provide baseload and dispatchable power
S Pfenninger, P Gauché, J Lilliestam, K Damerau, F Wagner, A Patt
Nature Climate Change 4 (8), 689-692, 2014
762014
Energy scientists must show their workings
S Pfenninger
Nature 542 (7642), 393-393, 2017
752017
Thresholds, tipping and turning points for sustainability under climate change
SE Werners, S Pfenninger, E van Slobbe, M Haasnoot, JH Kwakkel, ...
Current opinion in environmental sustainability 5 (3-4), 334-340, 2013
662013
Empirically observed learning rates for concentrating solar power and their responses to regime change
J Lilliestam, M Labordena, A Patt, S Pfenninger
Nature Energy 2 (7), 17094, 2017
592017
Impacts of inter-annual wind and solar variations on the European power system
S Collins, P Deane, BÓ Gallachóir, S Pfenninger, I Staffell
Joule 2 (10), 2076-2090, 2018
522018
Renewables.ninja
S Pfenninger, I Staffell
URL https://www.renewables.ninja, 2016
372016
Vulnerability of solar energy infrastructure and output to climate change
A Patt, S Pfenninger, J Lilliestam
Climatic change 121 (1), 93-102, 2013
312013
Turning points in climate change adaptation
SE Werners, E van Slobbe, T Bölscher, A Oost, S Pfenninger, G Trombi, ...
Ecology and Society 20 (4), 2015
272015
Calliope: a multi-scale energy systems modelling framework
S Pfenninger, B Pickering
Journal of Open Source Software 3 (29), 825, 2018
252018
Comparing concentrating solar and nuclear power as baseload providers using the example of South Africa
S Pfenninger, J Keirstead
Energy 87, 303-314, 2015
202015
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