Research Seminar on Energy Economics

Energy Economics Research Seminar in the Summer Term 2024

The Chair of Energy Economics is pleased to announce that the Energy Economics Research Seminar will resume beginning April 9th, 2024. Scheduled sessions will be held on Tuesdays at 5:00 pm either in presence or in online format.

In presence sessions will be held in Building 3E room 2.26-2.27.

To access the online sessions, follow this Webex Event link:

Meeting number: 2785 199 7036

Password: mrUvNGgP278

Presentation at the Energy Economics Research Seminar

Planned presentations Summer Semester 2024

09. April 2024 (Online)“Meet Me at the Threshold: Asymmetric Preferences in a Threshold Public Goods Game”Sarah Spycher, Dr., University of Bologna, Italy
23. April 2024 (Online)“Exploring Long-Range Dependence through Structured Multifractality in Electricity Markets”Foued Saâdaoui, Dr., International University of Rabat, Morocco
07. May 2024 (Online)“Collection policy analysis for retired electric vehicle batteries: Evidence from China”Yanyan Tang, Dr., China University of Geoscience Beijing, China
21. May 2024 (Presence)“Evaluating the Effectiveness of Sustainable Transport Alternatives in Reducing Car Use: A Large-Scale Field Test”Viola Helmers, RWI – Leibniz Institute for Economic Research, Germany
04. June 2024 (Online)“A new method for identifying weather-induced power system stress using shadow prices”Aleksander Grochowicz, University of Oslo, Norway
18. June 2024 (Online)“Energy Communities – current status in research and practice with a special focus on Austria”Bernadette Fina, Dr., Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria
02. July 2024 (Online)“Household willingness to pay for various attributes of residential solar panels: Evidence from a discrete choice experiment”Dilek Uz, Dr., University of Nevada, United States of America
16. July 2024 (Presence)“(i)CCS Acceptance – Challenges of Decarbonizing the Industry”Leon Fazlik, Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg, Germany

Past presentations 2024

09. January 2024 (Online)“Analyzing differences in household’s renewable technology profiles: a comparison of sociopsychological characteristics”Stephanie Stumpf, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany
23. January 2024 (Online)“Shaping the hydrogen ramp-up in eastern Germany - Insights into VNG's green gas projects”Philipp Hauser, Dr., VNG AG, Germany