UFZ EnergyDays 2018
Energy Landscapes of Today and Tomorrow

24 and 25 September 2018, KUBUS Leipzig


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Monday, 24 September 2018
12:00 Registration
13:00 Welcome and Introduction:
Daniela Thrän (UFZ) and Erik Gawel (UFZ)
13:30 Keynotes:

Planning of the German Energy Transition compatible with Humans and the Environment
Christina von Haaren (University of Hannover)

Governance of the German Energy Transition from a Legal Policy Perspective
Michael Rodi (University of Greifswald)
14:30 Coffee break
15:00 Parallel sessions

Session A1

Energy Landscapes I

Chair: Christina von Haaren

  • Modeling Landscape-Related Conflicts of Renewable Energy in Switzerland
    Felix Kienast (Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL)

  • Balancing Climate Protection, Renewables and Landscapes – Multilevel Politics in Saxony
    Gerd Lintz (Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development - IOER)

  • The Potential of Landscape Development through Direct Current
    Sandra Sieber (RWTH Aachen University)

Session B1


Chair: Daniela Thrän

  • Assessing the GHG Performance of Regional Biogas Systems Using a Life Cycle Approach
    Sinèad O'Keeffe (UFZ)

  • Including Soil Impacts Within a Regional Life Cycle Assessment
    Indrani Kar (DBFZ)

  • Heat Sales Potentials for Bioenergy Plants in Germany
    Michael Steubing (UFZ)

  • Techno- Economic Analysis of a Stand-Alone Power-to-Liquid Concept
    Maximilian Decker (IEK-3, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH)
16:30 Coffee break
17:00 Parallel sessions

Session A2

Energy Landscapes II

Chair: Felix Kienast

  • Challenges of Future Energy Landscapes – A Nature Conservation Perspective
    Jens Ponitka (German Federal Agency for Nature Conservation – BfN)

  • Land-Use Conflicts through Climate Protection and Adaptation: Is Multifunctionality a Solution?
    Alexandra Unger (University of Oldenburg)

  • Proposals for a New Market Design to Support Sector Coupling
    Holger Wiechmann (EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG)

Session B2

Wind Power and Sustainability

Chair: Wolfgang Köck

  • Integrated Sustainability Assessment and Optimization of Energy Systems
    Claudia Sutardhio (University of Freiburg)
  • Czech Wind Power Potential Assessment Based on Austrian/Danish Site Characteristics
    Felix Nitsch (University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences/ Deggendorf Institute of Technology, Freyung and German Aerospace Center - DLR)
  • Probabilistic Spatial Upscaling and Aggregation for Power Feed-in of Wind Parks

    Janosch Henze (University of Kassel)
18:30 Conference-Dinner and Get-together
Tuesday, 25 September 2018
09:00 Parallel sessions

Session A3

Financial and Economic Aspects

Chair: Gerd Lintz

  • Design Options and Policy Recommendations for Community Financial Participation in the Expansion of Onshore Wind Power
    Philine Wedell (IKEM)

  • Large-Scale Optimization of the Spatial Allocation of Renewable Energy Plants

    Martin Lange (UFZ)

  • An Axiomatic Foundation of the Ecological Footprint Index
    Radomir Pestow (Chemnitz, University of Technology)

Session B3

Energy Justice

Chair: Ludger Gailing

  • Governing Energy Landscapes. The Need for a Long-Term, Place-Sensitive Perspective
    Sophie Kuppler (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)

  • British Onshore Wind and Solar Farms: An Energy Justice Analysis
    Philippa Roddis (University of Leeds)

  • "Crop Apartheid" or "Role Model"? Perspectives of Bioenergy Sustainability Certification
    Thomas Vogelpohl (FernUniversität Hagen)

  • Persuasiveness and Awareness of Arguments on Electricity Generating Technologies
    Hawal Shamon (Institute of Energy and Climate Research, Forschungszentrum Jülich)

Session C

Managing the Ecological Impacts of Wind Power Development

Chair: Paul Lehmann

  • German Wind Power Goes into Hiding - Like Outlaws in the Forest
    Katja Bunzel (UFZ)

  • Nature Conservation as Criteria in Wind Energy Scenarios
    Philip Gauglitz and Sven Schicketanz (Fraunhofer IEE and bosch + partner)

  • Sustainable Allocation of Wind Power in Germany - A Distance-Based Approach

    Marcus Eichhorn (UFZ)

  • Optimal Spatial Allocation of Wind Energy Development in Germany until 2030 - Insights from an Expert Dialogue
    Paul Lehmann (University of Leipzig/ UFZ)

10:30 Coffee break
11:00 Parallel sessions

Session A4

Local Energy Systems

Chair: Thorsten Beckers

  • Citizen- and Community-Designed Energy Landscapes: Multifaceted Benefits, Challenges and Learning
    Diana Süsser (University of Hamburg)

  • Establishing Local Decentralized Energy Markets Using Blockchain Technology
    Karl Holtkamp (PwC Legal AG)

  • Consumer-Oriented TCO Optimization for a Private Prosumer
    Kai Kappner (RWTH Aachen University)

  • On-Farm Energy and Feed-In Tariffs
    Jonathan Cooper (Harper Adams University)

Continuation of Session C

Managing the Ecological Impacts of Wind Power Development

Chair: Paul Lehmann

  • Ecological-Economic Analysis of Instruments to Govern Future Wind Power Deployment
    Felix Reutter (UFZ)

  • Application of Species Conservation Law for Permitting Renewable Energy Projects, Considering in Particular Wind Power Onshore
    Wolfgang Köck (UFZ)

  • Governing Wind Energy Development through Spatial Planning: Insights from the UK
    Richard Cowell (Cardiff University)

  • Implementation of the Energy Transition as a Challenge for Planning
    Julia Wiehe (Leibniz Universität Hannover)

12:30 Lunch (individually)