Pik-Potsdam.De: Domain DB Profile

This profile page summarizes all known activity of the domain Pik-Potsdam.De related to Wind Power. This domain may have published content supporting this topic, against it, or in a separate context: this biographical entry simply demarks this domain as having published content suggesting contextual association with Wind Power.

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All Media Count   4
News Count (W/Clustered)   3 (75.00%)
Distinct Stories   3
Blog Count   0 (0.00%)
Tweet Count   0 (0.00%)
Shared Tweet Count   0
Links Tweeted   0
Combined Tone   1.91
Combined Polarization   7.65
Combined Activity   0.35
Combined Personalization   0.35
News Tone   1.91
Blog Tone   0
Tweet Tone   0
First Seen   9/1/2011
Last Seen   9/27/2012
News/Social Ratio  75.00%
Attention/Loyalty  3 / 2981 days (0.10%)
Domain Type   News
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Related People

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Ottmar Edenhofer   50.00% (2)
Gunnar Luderer   25.00% (1)
Cambiamenti Climatici   25.00% (1)
Hans Joachim Schellnhuber   25.00% (1)
Matthias Platzeck   25.00% (1)

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Potsdam Institute For Climate Impact Research   75.00% (3)
Centre International De Recherche   25.00% (1)
Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change   25.00% (1)
German Association Of Energy   25.00% (1)
University Of Cambrigde   25.00% (1)


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Lausitz, Brandenburg, Germany   25.00% (1)
Berlin, Berlin, Germany   25.00% (1)
Centro, Italy (General), Italy   25.00% (1)
Hourcade, Aquitaine, France   25.00% (1)
Leimbach, Alsace, France   25.00% (1)

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Germany   25.00% (3)
India   25.00% (1)
Italy   25.00% (1)
Australia   25.00% (1)
France   25.00% (1)

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Alsace, France   25.00% (1)
Italy (General), Italy   25.00% (1)
Berlin, Germany   25.00% (1)
Aquitaine, France   25.00% (1)
Brandenburg, Germany   25.00% (1)

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Pik-Potsdam.De   75.00% (3)

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News Articles

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"It pays to be a forerunner": studies explore second-best scenarios of climate policy — PIK Research Portal

...... factor. While emission reduction potentials are high in the power generation sector, which can be used by comparatively inexpensive rapid deployment of renewable energy technologies, like wind power for instance. In the transport sector, low-emission technologies are still very expensive. Efforts should therefore focus on energy efficiency improvements, as well as research and development. ......

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Pol: 8.38%
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The fate of renewable energies": Edenhofer speaks at German Association of Energy and Water Industries — PIK Research Portal

...... that the key elements were a reform of the European emission trade system, a new form of support for renewable energies, and options for the integration of electricity from solar and wind power into the overall system. For the first time, he thereby framed comprehensively the institutional requirements for a success of the "Energiewende" in the long-term. Emission trade had to be ......

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Tone: 2.32%
Pol: 6.54%
Act: 22.78%
Per: 0.63%
Que: 0.00%
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Brown coal is not sustainable": Researchers attend state government session - Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (press release)

...... cycling instead of only focusing on the storage. CO2 for instance can be processed to methane which can be utilized like natural gas. For this, hydrogene can be used which is produced with wind power so this can be stored instead of being fed into the grids when the wind blows a lot. "CO2 should be seen as a usable good, not as poison," Schellhuber explained. The transformation to methane and ......

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Pol: 8.03%
Act: 27.42%
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