Marius Schwarz

Marius Schwarz
ETH Zurich | ETH Zürich · Energy Science Center

Doctor of Philosophy

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Publications (10)
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Energy systems are transitioning toward sustainable power generation largely due to new policies that are motivated by climate and renewable generation targets. This transition is felt throughout the entire economy and is affecting the long and short term operations of the energy system. In the last decade, the research community has made significa...
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Leveraging electric vehicles with controlled charging has the potential to advance the integration of high shares of residential solar photovoltaics. Time-varying electricity pricing is a promising tool to control EV charging indirectly through price signals, but also affects the diffusion and usage of other residential technologies. In this articl...
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In many countries, the lock-down due to the COVID-19 pandemic triggered discussions on the use of digital interaction formats for academic exchange. The pace with which researchers adopted digital formats for conferences, lectures, and meetings showed that currently available tools can substitute many of the physical interactions at work. It also s...
Technical Report
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The research project EnTeR analyses the role of technical energy regulations (TERs) in the transformation of the building stock and their integration into the future energy system. The main task was to identify effective measures which can guide stakeholders to achieve CO2-emission targets by means of TER. Based on this, recommendations for future...
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Innovation is critical for economic growth and addressing societal and environmental problems. Therefore, many policy interventions aim to accelerate and redirect technological change. Most modern technologies have value chains spanning multiple sectors, and thus are likely to require cross-sectoral knowledge spillovers. However, knowledge spillove...
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Building energy codes—policies that traditionally set minimum requirements for buildings' energy use—have proven effective and efficient for building decarbonization. As researchers and policymakers increasingly recognize the limitations of prevalent building energy codes, discussion turns to innovative designs that could overcome such limitations....
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The diffusion of energy-efficient building technologies is crucial for decarbonizing the building sector. However, many of these technologies diffuse slowly despite being economically superior compared to carbon-intensive alternatives. This study analyzes how combinations of different policies can effectively close this energy-efficiency gap. Apply...
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Energy demand from buildings accounts for about 31% of global final energy demand and 23% of global energy-related carbon emissions. Technical energy regulations or building energy codes - policies that set minimum requirements for energy in buildings – have proven effective and efficient in decarbonizing the building sector. However, despite their...
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The diffusion of energy-efficient building technologies (EEBTs) - technologies that either use renewables as an energy source or are more efficient than standard solutions - is crucial for decarbonising the building sector. In many countries, governments thus introduced policies, including building energy regulation, voluntary energy labels, mandat...
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In many countries, the integration of growing shares of residential solar photovoltaics is beginning to challenge existing electricity systems. First, residential solar photovoltaics aggravates sharp system-wide load changes and, in turn, increases the need for fast-ramping generation capacity. Second, it reduces the demand for electricity provisio...

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