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Ellenbeck Saskia

M.A. Political Science, Economics, Sociology Research Domain IV - Transdisciplinary Concepts & Methods phone: +49 331 288 2694 fax: +49 331 288 2037

Publications

Peer-reviewed

Saskia Ellenbeck, Modelle in der Klimaökonomik: Instrument, Bild oder Dispositiv? Eine wissenssoziologische Annäherung in: Leviathan, Seite 111 - 130 Leviathan, Jahrgang 45 (2017), Heft 1, ISSN print: 0340-0425, ISSN online: 0340-0425, DOI:  10.5771/0340-0425-2017-1-111. LINK

Andreas Beneking, Saskia Ellenbeck, Antonella Battaglini, Renewable energy cooperation between the EU and North Africa – findings of a SWOT analysis, International Journal of Energy Sector Management 2016 10:3. LINK

Johan Lilliestam, Saskia Ellenbeck, Charikleia Karakosta, Natàlia Caldés: Understanding the absence of renewable electricity imports to the European Union, International Journal of Energy Sector Management 2016 10:3. LINK

Jahel Mielke, Hannah Vermaßen, Saskia Ellenbeck, Blanca Fernandez Milan, Carlo Jaeger, Stakeholder involvement in sustainability science—A critical view, Energy Research & Social Science, Volume 17, July 2016, Pages 71-81, ISSN 2214-6296, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.erss.2016.04.001. LINK

Ellenbeck, S.; Beneking, A.; Ceglarz, A.; Schmidt, P.; Battaglini, A. Security of Supply in European Electricity Markets—Determinants of Investment Decisions and the European Energy Union. Energies 2015, 8, 5198-5216. LINK

Lilliestam, J., Ellenbeck, S. (2012): Fostering interdependence to reduce political risks in a European-North African renewable electricity Supergrid, in: The international journal on sustainable energy conversion and storage / Green 2:2-3, pp. 105-109.

Lilliestam, J., Ellenbeck, S. (2011): Energy security and renewable electricity trade – Will Desertec make Europe vulnerable to the “energy weapon”?, in: Energy policy 39 (6), pp. 3380-3391.

Other

Ellenbeck, S., Stark, K. (2017): Städte als Treiber und Adressaten transformativer Politiken durch die Bevölkerung: 2 Beispiele lokaler Initiativen im Verkehrsbereich, Blog-Beitrag des Cluster Transformationsforschung. LINK

Caldez, N., de la Rua, C., Lechón, Y., Rodríguez, I., Trieb, F., Frieden, D., Türk, A., Fruhmann, C., Ortner, A., Welisch, M., Resch, G., Totsching, G., Veum, K., Uslu, A., Kraan, C., Menichetti, E., El Gharras, A., Kakarakosta, C., Marinakis, V., Papapostolou, A., Beneking, A., Ellenbeck, S., Lilliestam, J., Pasicko, R., Kordic, Z. (2015): Bringing Europe and Third countries closer together through renewable Energies (BETTER): BETTER Summary Report. LINK

Trieb, F., Hess, D., Kern, J., Fichter, T., Moser, M., Pfenning, U., Caldez, N., de la Rua, C., Türk, A., Frieden, D., El Gharras, A., Cottret, N., Beneking, A., Ellenbeck, S., Lilliestam, J. (2015): Bringing Europe and Third countries closer together through renewable Energies (BETTER): WP3: North Africa Case Study - Final Report. LINK

Ellenbeck, S., Beneking, A. (2014): SWOT Analysis of the North African Countries as conducive to implement RES projects under Article 9, Deliverable 3.5 BETTER project, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Potsdam. DOWNLOAD.

Ellenbeck, S., Schmidt, P., Battaglini, A., Lilliestam, J. (2013): Der Strommarkt als soziale Institution - Eine erweiterte Perspektive auf die deutsche Disskussion um Kapazitätsmechanismen, DIW Vierteljahresheft 3/2013 DOWNLOAD.

Ellenbeck, S., Schmidt P. (2013): Deutschland produziert zu viel Strom, ZEIT Online, 02.09.2013. DOWNLOAD.

Ellenbeck, S., Battaglini, A., Lilliestam, J. (2013): Energy Policy, Targets, Present Discussions and Barriers in RE deployment in Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and Egypt, Deliverable 3.1 BETTER project, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Potsdam. DOWNLOAD.

Ellenbeck, S., Lilliestam, J., Battaglini, A. (2012): Issues that are likely to play a key role in the implementation of the third country cooperation mechanism, Deliverable 2.4 BETTER project, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Potsdam. DOWNLOAD.

Ellenbeck, S. (2009): Der Import von Strom aus erneuerbaren Energien aus Nordafrika nach Europa – Ein Beitrag zur europäischen Energieversorgungssicherheit? Magisterarbeit, Potsdam im Juli 2009. DOWNLOAD.

Ellenbeck, S. (2009) „Polizei im Orient. Aufrechterhaltung der öffentlichen Ordnung in Kambodscha“, in: Beiträge zu einer vergleichenden Soziologie der Polizei, edited by Jonas Grutzpalk, Anja Bruhn, Julia Fatianova, Franziska Harnisch, Christiane Mochan, Björn Schülzke, Tanja Zischke, Potsdam: Universitätsverlag Potsdam, 2009.

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Saskia Ellenbeck studied political science, sociology and economics at the universities of Aachen, Bordeaux and Potsdam and graduated in September 2009. During her studies, she worked in different research projects on environmental policy and international relations. In 2009–2010, she was a consultant at the Renewable Energy Policy Network (REN21) in Paris, France. From May 2010 until June 2012 she was working at the parliament of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, as policy advisor for climate and energy issues. At PIK, Saskia is working in different EU-funded projects within the SuperSmartGrid (SSG) research group. Saskia is a PhD student at the University of Potsdam looking at the social context of the energy transition cost discourse. Her PhD thesis is funded by the Heinrich Böll Foundation.

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