Energy price development and land use - €lan
A joint project with the Technical University Hamburg-Harburg (TUHH) and the Institute for Regional Planning and Development Planning IREUS (University of Stuttgart) and the Project Management Jülich (PTJ), funded by the Federal Ministry for Education and Research, in which quantitative (land use and transport model) and qualitative (game plan with political actors) methods are combine to provide recommendations in the case of rising energy prices.
German households spend about half of their income on housing and mobility. The €LAN project examines the impact of rising energy prices, which will subsequently increase the costs of both elements, on the development of land use, the urban-rural development, traffic as well as the municipal in- and output. It analyzes households, businesses and local authorities and simulates adaptive responses. The policies and decisions, affecting the aforementioned research questions, made by the political actors are accessed using a simulation style similar to the Delphi method and condensed into policy frameworks for the next simulation period.
Thus, the spatial effect modeling (part 1) is linked to the political action and reaction patterns via a simulation experiment. This experimental control loop is used as the basis for derivation of implementation-oriented recommendations that are developed in a transdisciplinary process.
For more information on this and related projects see www.energie-landnutzung.de.
|Auftraggeber||Federal Ministry of Education and Research|
|Bearbeiter||Dipl.-Vw. Eva Gerhards, Dr. Anna Rauch, Dr. Michael Thöne|
€LAN „Auswirkungen von steigenden Energiepreisen auf die Mobilität und Landnutzung in der Metropolregion Hamburg“
Michael Thöne, Eva Gerhards, Anna Rauch
€LAN „Auswirkungen von steigenden Energiepreisen auf die Mobilität und Landnutzung in der Metropolregion Hamburg“ (pdf, 6,82 MB)