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Thesenpapier: A primer about storage in bottom-up models of future energy systems. Fundamentals of storage operation and investment in competitive long-term equilibria

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  • Benjamin Boecker
  • Christoph Weber

    (Chair for Management Sciences and Energy Economics, University of Duisburg-Essen (Campus Essen))

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  • Benjamin Boecker & Christoph Weber, "undated". "Thesenpapier: A primer about storage in bottom-up models of future energy systems. Fundamentals of storage operation and investment in competitive long-term equilibria," EWL Working Papers 2002, University of Duisburg-Essen, Chair for Management Science and Energy Economics.
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