// ENAVI: A Navigation System for the Energy Transition

The ZSW took part in the Copernicus project ENavi “Energy Transition Navigation System for Recording, Analysis and Simulation of Systemic Networks”, which set itself the goal of linking scientific analyses with political and social demands. The aim was to gauge developments in the energy transition better in advance in order to then be able to make the best possible decisions. Funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung - BMBF), the project helped to drive the energy transition forward, sustaining the advances and maximising acceptance levels. The findings on sustainable transformation pathways are of great strategic interest for the assessment of the market potential of new technologies. The System Analysis department at the ZSW played its part in the project by exploring the issue of “Technological Transformation”.  The brief was to analyse the advantages and disadvantages of renewable energy technologies and to seek new technological solutions. Working with partner institutes from the STRise research consortium, the scientists developed so-called technology profiles. They also examined the way in which innovations can take root in the market and the course taken by new technologies as they spread out.

The final report on the ENavi project is available for download under “Downloads”.


Dr. oec. Tobias Buchmann
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Modelling the diffusion of e-mobility

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