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Science Policy Brief: a climate variability viewpoint on renewable energy and electricity systems

Abstract : This Science-Policy brief is about the influence of climate, weather and Earth's surface waters on the integration of renewables in electricity systems. It specifically refers to wind, solar and hydropower production of electricity in a future European system that is massively based on these three sources of energy. They are here named ‘Climate-Related Energies’. Following the main outcomes of the FP7 COMPLEX research project (2012-2016), this document highlights research achievements in the best interest of policy-makers, stakeholders and society, through a set of six key messages.
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J.D. Creutin, M.H. Ramos, B. Hingray, Bernadette François, M. Borga, et al.. Science Policy Brief: a climate variability viewpoint on renewable energy and electricity systems. 2016, pp.4. ⟨hal-02604561⟩

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