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1.1524 RE in der Welt. Abkürzung: RE = Renewable Energy. Quelle: . Zum Original: http://www.ren21.net/globalstatusreport/RE2005_Global_Status_Report.pdf. _1 Gesamtüberblick. Bitte die ausführlichen Kommentare in der Originalstudie, dort insbesondere im Anhang,

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1.1524 RE in der Welt

Abkürzung: RE= Renewable Energy


Quelle:

Zum Original:

http://www.ren21.net/globalstatusreport/RE2005_Global_Status_Report.pdf


_1 Gesamtüberblick

Bitte die ausführlichen Kommentare in der Originalstudie, dort insbesondere im Anhang,

über die (beschränkte) Gültigkeit und das Zustandekommen der Daten beachten.



PV_grid Fig.1, p.6

PV_ Off-grid

Martinot e.a. : „Renewables2005_GlobalStatusReport“ Fig.2, p.8


_2 Stromerzeugung Fig.1, p.6

_21 Photovoltaik:

wächst schnell,

sehr wichtig für dezentrale Versorgung

aber: bringt wenig im deutschen Netz, hierfür viel zu teuer

_22 Wind

wächst schnell,

ein echter Hoffnungsträger (Offshore)

_23 Biomasse

_24 Kleine Wasserkraftwerke

_25 Sonstige (Geothermie)

an speziell geeigneten Standorten


4 GW Fig.1, p.6

Martinot e.a. : „Renewables2005_GlobalStatusReport“ Fig.3, p.8


50 GW Fig.1, p.6

Martinot e.a. : „Renewables2005_GlobalStatusReport“ Fig.4, p.9



PV-grid Fig.6, p.10

PV-grid

PV-grid

Martinot e.a. : „Renewables2005_GlobalStatusReport“ Fig.5, p.9


_3 Wärmeerzeugung Fig.6, p.10

_31 Warmwasser

_32 Heizung



Austria !! Fig.7, p.10

Martinot e.a. : „Renewables2005_GlobalStatusReport“ Fig.8, p.11


_4 Kraftstoffe Fig.7, p.10

_41 Ethanol





In 2004, Fig.10, p.14

About $30billion was invested in renewable energy capacity and installations.

An additional $4–5 billion in new plant and equipment was invested in 2004 by the solar PV manufacturing industry,

At least several hundred million dollars was invested by the ethanol industry in new production plants.

These numbers compare to roughly 110–150 G$ invested annually

in power generation worldwide.

Thus in 2004: 35 G$ spended for RE installations and industrial production plants

Martinot e.a. : „Renewables2005_GlobalStatusReport“, p.14


RE Investment shares in 2004 Fig.10, p.14

30 G$ :

9.5 G$ forwind power,

7 G$ for solarPV,

4.5 G$ for small hydro power,

5 G$ forgeothermal and biomasspower and heat.

4 G$ for solar hot water/heating,

In addition to these investments, an estimated

20–25 G$ is being invested in large hydropower annually.

Martinot e.a. : „Renewables2005_GlobalStatusReport“, p.14


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