Dipl.-Ing. Marcus Hummel

Dipl.-Ing. Marcus Hummel

Technische Universität Wien

Marcus Hummel joined the EEG in 2009. He holds a degree in process engineering (Energy and Environmental Engineering) at the Vienna University of Technology. In his diploma thesis he developed a "Model for scenario analyses about the technical possibilities of renewable energy systems" working as a research assistant at the Institute of Industrial Ecology in St.Pölten. One year he studied at the University of Granada in Spain.
His research interests include technical and environmental as well as economical and political aspects of energy systems. Focus lies on the understanding of possible future developments of energy systems using techno-economic modelling approaches. The aim is to help develop sound political measures for the transition to sustainable energy systems in a low-carbon society.
Special working focus lies on industrial energy systems as well as the space heating and hot water in buildings market. Due to the existing overlapping concerning buildings as well as processes his work also covers the service sector. His research topics cover both energy efficiency improvement and renewable energy integration.
Marcus Hummel works on national and international research projects and takes care of project acquisition and coordination.
Since 2010 he takes care of the "Energiegespräche" (Energy Talks) at the Vienna Museum of Technology, a quarterly event for discussing recent energy related topics in public.
Marcus Hummel and Raphael Bointner together lead the Student Chapter of the Austrian Association for Energy Economics (AAEE). The aim is to connect PhD-Students in the field of Energy Economics on the national as well as international level and to foster scientific discussion in the field. Highlight is the organisation of an international PhD-Day once a year at EEG.

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