Scientific Publications

MUSTEC PUBLICATION ON THE DRIVERS AND BARRIERS OF COOPERATION MECHANISMS 

CIEMAT and CSIC MUSTEC partners have published a paper based on some initial outputs of Module 2 “Lessons learnt and key factors”

Caldés, N.; del Río, P.; Lechón, Y.; Gerbeti, A. Renewable Energy Cooperation in Europe: What Next? Drivers and Barriers to the Use of Cooperation Mechanisms. Energies 2019, 12, 70. https://www.mdpi.com/1996-1073/12/1/70

MUSTEC PUBLICATION ON THE CSP COST DEVELOPMENTS IN THE RENEWABLE ENERGY FOCUS JOURNAL

ETH MUSTEC partner has published a paper based on work conducted within the project

Lilliestam, J., Pitz-Paal, R. (2018): Concentrating solar power for USD 0.07 per kWh - finally the breakthrough?, in: Renewable Energy Focus 26, pp. 17-21. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ref.2018.06.002.

MUSTEC PUBLICATION ON THE ROLE OF CHINA IN THE FUTURE CSP INDUSTRY

ETH MUSTEC partner has published a paper based on work conducted within the project

Lilliestam, J., Ollier, L., Pfenninger, S. (2019): The Dragon awakens: is China saving or conquering concentrated solar power?, in: AIP conference proceedings 2126 (1), 130006. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5117648. (Open access)

MUSTEC PUBLICATION ON ANALYSING THE BARRIERS AND DRIVERS TO CONCENTRATING SOLAR POWER IN THE EUROPEAN UNION.

CSIC MUSTEC partner has published a paper based on work conducted within the project

Kiefer, C. P., & del Río, P. (2020). Analysing the barriers and drivers to concentrating solar power in the European Union. Policy implications. Journal of Cleaner Production, 251, 119400.  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2019.119400

MUSTEC PUBLICATION ON THE NEAR TERM OUTLOOK FOR THE CSP INDUSTRY 

IASS Potsdam MUSTEC partner has published a paper based on work conducted within the project

Johan Lilliestam, Lana Ollier, Mercè Labordena, Stefan Pfenninger & Richard Thonig (2020):The near-to mid-term outlook for concentrating solar power: mostly cloudy, chance of sun, Energy Sources, Part B: Economics, Planning, and Policy.   https://doi.org/10.1080/15567249.2020.1773580

MUSTEC PUBLICATION ON A COMPARISON OF DISPATCHABLE RES TECHNOECONOMICS 

UPRC MUSTEC partner has published a paper based on work conducted under the project in the Energies Special Issue "Renewable Energy and Energy Storage Systems"

Papadopoulou, A.G.; Vasileiou, G.; Flamos, A. A Comparison of Dispatchable RES Technoeconomics: Is There a Niche for Concentrated Solar Power? Energies 2020  https://www.mdpi.com/1996-1073/13/18/4768

MUSTEC PUBLICATION ON THE INFLUENCE OF IDEOLOGY ON THE LEVEL OF CLIMATE AMBITION AND RENEWABLE ENERGY POLICY

IASS Potsdam, CSIC, ELCANO and CIEMAT MUSTEC partners have published a paper based on work conducted within the project.

Thonig R., Del Río P., Kiefer C., Lázaro Touza L., Escribano G., Lechón Y., Späth L., Wolf I., Lilliestam  J.(2020). Does ideology influence the ambition level of climate and renewable energy policy? Insights from four European countries, Energy Sources, Part B: Economics, Planning, and Policy, DOI: 10.1080/15567249.2020.181180

MUSTEC PUBLICATION ON COMPARING THE COST OF DISPATCHABLE CONCENTRATING SOLAR POWER AND PHOTOVOLTAICS WITH STORAGE 

TU Wien and IASS Potsdam MUSTEC partner have published a paper based on work conducted within the project

Franziska Schöniger ,Richard Thonig,Gustav Resch, Johan Lilliestam (2021): Making the sun shine at night: comparing the cost of dispatchable concentrating solar power and photovoltaics with storage, Energy Sources, Part B: Economics, Planning, and Policy https://doi.org/10.1080/15567249.2020.1843565

MUSTEC PUBLICATION ON THE ROLE OF DISPATCHABILITY AS A MAIN DRIVER TO THE EUROPEAN UNION COOPERATION MECHANISMS FOR CSP

CSIC and CIEMAT MUSTEC partners have published a paper based on work conducted within the project.

Christoph P. Kiefer, Natalia Caldés, Pablo Del Río (2021): Will dispatchability be a main driver to the European Union cooperation mechanisms for concentrated solar power?, Energy Sources, Part B: Economics, Planning, and Policy https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/15567249.2021.1885526