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2022 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

4. Emergency Planning Power Failure

verfasst von: Heinz-Adalbert Krebs, Patricia Hagenweiler

Erschienen in: Energy Resilience and Climate Protection

Verlag: Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden

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Abstract

Dependence on the power supply has risen continuously over the past decades, with more and more processes in business, administration and the private sector requiring electricity. The quality of power supply in Germany is considered to be very high, especially since there have been no large-scale and prolonged power failures in Germany so far, but with the increasing risk factors, such a scenario becomes more likely, whereby the impact of such a power failure would be far-reaching for society.
Fußnoten
1
Cf. Mayer/Lauwe (2019); BBK (2019a) p. 17, p. 20 f. table 1.
 
2
Cf. Hermes (2021).
 
3
Cf. Art. 35, Art. 70, Art. 73 GG (2020); Mayer/Lauwe (2019).
 
4
Cf. Geier/Etezadzadeh (2020) p. 698, p. 699.
 
5
Cf. Geier (2017) p. 94; Mayer/Lauwe (2019).
 
6
Cf. Geier/Etezadzadeh (2020) p. 699.
 
7
Cf. BBK (2021a).
 
8
Cf. BBK (2017); BBK (2019e); Mayer/Lauwe (2019).
 
9
Cf. Mayer/Lauwe (2019).
 
10
Cf. Mayer/Lauwe (2019).
 
11
Cf. Lauwe (2018); Mayer/Lauwe (2019); BBK (2019d).
 
12
Cf. § 13 EnWG (2021); on the system services, cf. Krebs/Hagenweiler (2021) p. 75 f., p. 202 f., p. 266 ff.
 
13
Cf. BDEW/VKU (2014) p. 6.
 
14
Cf. BDEW (2021).
 
15
Cf. BNetzA (2020b).
 
16
Cf. BBK (2019a) p. 18; on the definition of critical infrastructures, cf. BMI (2009) S. 3; on critical infrastructures and services in the energy sector, cf. Krebs/Hagenweiler (2021) p. 285 ff.
 
17
Cf. Mayer/Lauwe (2019); BBK (2019b) p. 17; Krebs/Hagenweiler (2021) p. 475 f.
 
18
Cf. IT-SiG (2015); BMI (2021b).
 
19
Cf. Mayer/Lauwe (2019); BBK (2019c); BBK (2019h) p. 11, p. 61 f.
 
20
Cf. BBK (2019a) p. 25 ff.
 
21
Cf. BBK (2019a) p. 51 ff.
 
22
Cf. BBK (2019a) p. 54 ff.
 
23
Cf. BBK (2019a) p. 58 ff.
 
24
Cf. BBK (2019a) p. 61 ff.
 
25
Cf. BMI (2011) p. 15 f.; BBK (2019a) p. 67 ff.
 
26
Cf. BMI (2009) p. 3.
 
27
Cf. BBK (2019a) p. 71 ff.
 
28
Cf. BBK (2019a) p. 81 ff.
 
29
Cf. BBK (2019a) p. 85 ff.
 
30
Cf. BBK (2019a) p. 90 ff.
 
31
Cf. BBK (2019a) p. 94 ff.; Krebs/Hagenweiler (2021) p. 268.
 
32
Cf. Krebs/Hagenweiler (2021) p. 200 ff., p. 266 ff.
 
33
Cf. BBK (2019a) p. 99 ff.
 
34
Cf. § 13 EnWG (2021); BBK (2019a) p. 103 ff.
 
35
Cf. BBK (2019a) p. 106 ff.
 
36
Cf. BBK (2019a) p. 112 ff.
 
37
Cf. BBK (2019a) p. 121 ff.
 
38
Cf. BBK (2019a) p. 132.
 
39
Cf. BBK (2019a) p. 133.
 
40
Cf. § 11 EnWG (2021); ENTSO-E (2010); VDE-FNN (2011); BBK (2019a) p. 134 ff.
 
41
Cf. § 11 EnWG (2021); ENTSO-E (2010); VDE-FNN (2011); BBK (2019a) p. 134 ff.
 
42
Cf. BBK (2019a) p. 137 ff.
 
43
Cf. VDE-FNN (2011); BBK (2019a) p. 140 ff.
 
44
Cf. BBK (2019a) p. 142 ff.
 
45
Cf. Mayer/Lauwe (2019).
 
46
Cf. BBK (2019a) p. 146.
 
47
Cf. Mayer/Lauwe (2019); Krebs/Hagenweiler (2019) p. 173 ff.; Krebs/Hagenweiler (2021) p. 509 ff., p. 555 ff., p. 569 ff.
 
Metadaten
Titel
Emergency Planning Power Failure
verfasst von
Heinz-Adalbert Krebs
Patricia Hagenweiler
Copyright-Jahr
2022
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-37564-5_4