As of now we are looking for an Analyst (m/f) for our Berlin office. Your main tasks include contributions to highly relevant consulting and research projects on current and future issues in the field of energy economics and energy policy. You support our team with sophisticated quantitative and qualitative economic analysis of European energy markets, you work with cutting-edge methods and compose reports for decision makers. Please find the full advertisement here. We are looking forward to your application!
Connect Energy Economics is a consultancy for decision makers in energy policy and energy economics based in Berlin. Dr. Marco Nicolosi and Dr. Barbara Burstedde represent Connect. We are looking forward to exploring new perspectives with you.About Connect
Our task is to connect information and incorporate it into economic and political frameworks. We combine empirical observations with fundamental knowledge and derive productive overall concepts.Products
Our integrated way of working can be evaluated best on the basis of our previous contributions. To this end, selected studies, articles and talks are provided. We continuously expand our list of publications with relevant pieces of our work.Publications
Innovative anlysis of the Power Market 2.0 – Presentation at BMWi’s Electricity Market Platform meeting
On the 27th of June 2017, the „Electricity Market Platform – Work Group 1 Supply Security and Market Design” met at the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BWMi). At the invitation of BMWi, Dr. Marco Nicolosi presented an innovative modeling approach which facilitates better decision making under uncertain market conditions. In the context of the Power Market 2.0. and the Energiewende, the analysis for BMWi focuses on the increasing weather-dependency of the electricity system. You can download the presentation here.
On behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, Connect Energy Economics has conducted the study “Upgrading the Internal Market“. This study accompanies the ongoing European market design discussion and explains how an advanced power market can support the long-term targets of the European energy policy. In the light of the intermediate report of the sector inquiry on capacity mechanisms conducted by the European Commissionthis study also discusses how the transformation process can be secured without compromising the long-term targets, and which risks for the targets come with capacity markets. The complete study can be found here in English.