18th IAEE European conference

The Global Energy Transition Toward Decarbonization

Milan, 24-27 July 2023 – Bocconi University

18th IAEE European conference

The Global Energy Transition Toward Decarbonization

Milan, 24-27 July 2023 – Bocconi University

Program of the 18th IAEE European Conference – 2023

July 24 I July 25 I July 26 I July 27 I


Wednesday, July 26, 2023

09.00 -17.00 Registration

09.00 -11.00 Coffee and refreshments


09.00 -10.30 – 4th cycle of concurrent sessions – n. 31-40 (1h.30′ each)

31. Hydrogen: applications in industrial sector
Chair: Jonathan Hanto, Research Associate Technische Universität Berlin, Germany

Prospects of pipeline infrastructure development for hydrogen integration into the European energy system towards 2050
Presenter: Jonathan Hanto, Technische Universität (TU) Berlin, Europa-Universität (EUF), Germany
Authors: Jonathan Hanto, Philipp Herpich, Konstantin Löffler, Karlo Hainsch, Nikita Moskalenko

The Industry Transformation from Fossil Fuels to Hydrogen will reorganize Value Chains: Big Picture and Case Studies for Germany
Presenter: Nima Farhang-Damghani, Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany
Authors: Nima Farhang-Damghani, Philipp Runge; Jonas Egerer; Veronika Grimm

Industrial planning with Input-Output models: empirical evidence from low-carbon hydrogen in France
Presenter: Raphaël Guionie, Université de Nantes, LEMNA, France
Authors: Raphaël Guionie, Rodica LOISEL, Lionel Lemiale, Mathias Guerineau

32. Electrification of mobility: some technical and economic evidence

33. The effect of Russian conflict on European gas market
Chair: Silavana Mima, Professor by IRHC CNRS (Ing de recherche hors classe), France

Realizing sector coupling in Europe and beyond: the future role of electricity and gas grids
Presenter: Hans-Christian Gils, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Institute of Networked Energy Systems, Germany
Authors: Hans-Christian Gils, Manuel Wetzel, Jens Schmugge, Hedda Gardian

Europe’s independence from Russian natural gas – Effects of a complete import stop on energy system development
Presenter: Nikita Moskalenko, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany
Authors: Nikita Moskalenko, Konstantin Löffler, Karlo Hainsch, Jonathan Hanto, Philipp Herpich

34. The resilience of power generation
Chair: Diyun Huang, Electa department, University of Leuven/ Energy Ville, Belgium

Variable renewable energy droughts in the power sector – a model-based analysis and implications in the European context
Presenter: Alexander Roth, DIW Berlin, Germany
Authors: Alexander Roth, Martin Kittel

Spatially-explicit probabilistic projections of granular energy technology diffusion at subnational level
Presenter: Nik Zielonka, University of Geneva, Switzerland
Authors: Nik Zielonka, Wen, Xin; Trutnevyte, Evelina

Breaking borders with JETRA: empowering long-term contracts and forward market coupling in Europe – Why nodal pricing reform is essential
Presenter: Diyun Huang, Electa department, University of Leuven/ Energy Ville, Belgium
Authors: Diyun Huang, Geert Deconinck

The impact of climate change on electricity generation and demand profiles
Presenter: Franziska Schöniger, Energy Economics Group, TU Wien, Austria
Author: Franziska Schöniger

35. Energy efficiency in building (2)
Chair: Oliver Woll, Senior research associate, Lucerne University of Applied Science and Arts, Switzerland

Using budget allocation optimization technique (KNAPSACK method) to improve the energy efficiency and reduce the greenhouse gas emissions of a university campus
Presenter: Fehmi Görkem Üçtuğ, Izmir University of Economics, Turkey
Authors: Fehmi Görkem Üçtuğ, Eylül Şenöztop

Varying Price Elasticities of Energy Carrier Specific Demand in the Residential Sector
Presenter: Anita Thonipara, Institute for Small Business Economics at the University of Göttingen, Germany
Author: Anita Thonipara

Agent-based simulation of pathways towards neighbourhood-level building retrofits
Presenter: Ardak Akhatova, TU Wien, Austria
Authors: Ardak Akhatova, Lukas Kranzl

Comparison of CO2 and cost-optimised energy system for a residential building in Germany
Presenter: Oliver Woll, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Switzerland
Authors: Oliver Woll, André Eggli, Marco Kunz

36. Demand response in the energy system
Chair: Olvar Bergland, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norway

How aggregate electricity demand responds to hourly wholesale price fluctuations
Presenter: Oliver Ruhnau, Hertie School, Germany
Authors: Oliver Ruhnau, Lion Hirth, Tarun M Khanna

Impact of demand-responsive industrial sector on the energy system: a detailed disaggregation of the industrial SME’s sector in Germany
Presenter: Anas Abuzayed, Offenburg Hochschule, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany
Authors: Anas Abuzayed, Mario Liebensteiner, Niklas Hartmann

Demand Response Supply Estimation with Smart Meter Data
Presenter: Olvar Bergland, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norway
Authors: Olvar Bergland, Anamika Dubey, Grishma Manandar, Alan Love

Firm supply of demand resources and CRM cost allocation
Presenter: Paulo Brito-Pereira, Universidad Pontificia Comillas, Spain
Authors: Paulo Brito-Pereira, Pablo Rodilla, Paolo Mastropietro, Carlos Batlle

37. Carbon pricing
Chair: Govinda Timilsina, World Bank Group, Canada

Carbon Pricing Co-Benefits for Countries
Presenter: Marjan Nazifi, Macquarie University, Australia
Authors: Marjan Nazifi, Rohan Best

Endowment or skills? what’s driving corporate performance in EU emissions trading
Presenter: Joachim Schleich, Fraunhofer Institute Systems & Innovation Research / Grenoble Ecole de Management, Germany
Authors: Joachim Schleich, Sascha Lehmann, Jonatan Pinkse

How effective are carbon prices for reducing emissions? empirical evidence from Australia and Slovenia
Presenter: Govinda Timilsina, World Bank Group, Canada
Authors: Govinda Timilsina, Daniel Kraynak; Anna Alberini

The role of model foresight on the effectiveness of carbon pricing in energy system models – a case study of the German building and transport sector
Presenter: Alexander Burkhardt, University of Stuttgart – Institute of energy economics and rational energy usage (IER), Germany
Authors: Alexander Burkhardt, Markus Blesl

38. The digitalization: the new protagonist in energy development
Chair: Cecilia Camporeale, Research scientist, Technical and Strategic Support Unit of Department for Sustainability (SSPT-STS), ENEA, Italy

How Digitalization and Financial Advancement Contribute to the Green Energy Transition: The Malaysian Experience
Presenter: Nurcan Kilinc-Ata, Al-Qasimia University, UAE
Authors: Nurcan Kilinc-Ata, Maya Puspa Rahman

Cybersecurity perspectives in the energy and power sector: an overview
Presenter: Ahmed Albalawi, KAPSARC, Saudi Arabia
Authors: Ahmed Albalawi, Khalid Alhadhrami, Faris Aljamed

Artificial intelligence for assessing the security of electricity supply
Presenter: Philipp Daun, Chair for Energy System Economics (FCN-ESE), Institute for Future Energy Consumer Needs and Behavior, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
Authors: Philipp Daun, Marius Tillmans, Jan Priesmann, Prof. Aaron Praktiknjo

39. The social aspect in the green energy system
Chair: Cecilia Camporeale, Research scientist, Technical and Strategic Support Unit of Department for Sustainability (SSPT-STS), ENEA, Italy

Conditions for competitive, sustainable and democratic electricity systems
Presenter: Reinhard Haas, TU Wien, Austria
Author: Reinhard Haas

Impact of Newspaper Language on Technology Adoption Speed: A Closer Look at the US Energy Sector
Presenter: Jeana Tianyi Ren, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Author: Jeana Tianyi Ren

Analyzing the impact of macroeconomic factors on renewable and non-renewable energy markets post COVID-19
Presenter: Soumya Basu, Kyoto University, Japan
Author: Soumya Basu, Hideyuki Okumura

Assessing climate mitigation benefits of public support to CCS-EOR: an economic analysis
Presenter: Hossa Almutairi, KAPSARC, Saudi Arabia
Author: Hossa Almutairi, Axel Pierru

40. Clean energy: economic instruments
Chair: Nevenka Hrovatin, Professor School of Economics and business, University of Ljubljana

Unlocking the potential of clean energy startups: commercializing scientific breakthroughs to solve humanity’s grand challenges
Presenter: Sophia Spitzer, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Author: Sophia Spitzer

Energy living labs – an instrument to develop a clear path for innovations in the context of sustainable smart city developments
Presenter: Philipp Riegebauer, BABLE GmbH / University of Applied Sciences Düsseldorf, Germany
Author: Philipp Riegebauer

The Carbon Reduction Index Funds: Evidence of a Double Bottom Line Effect in the Japanese Stock Market
Presenter: Hiroshi Ishijima, Chuo University, Japan
Authors: Hiroshi Ishijima, Masato Yamamoto and Akira Maeda

10.30-12.00 Dual Plenary Sessions

Sustainable mobility: role and challenges of the European automotive sector
Chair: Marco Percoco, Associate Professor, Department of Social and Political Sciences and Director of the GREEN Research Center, Bocconi University, Italy

Amela Ajanovic, Associated Professor, Vienna University of Technology, Austria

Franco Del Manso, International Environment Affairs Manager, Unem

Alessio Cipullo, the Head of the Technical Affairs Macro-Area at Elettricità Futura, Italy

Silvio Nocera, Full Professor, University Institute of Architecture Venice, Italy

Andrea Ricci, Senior Vice President Downstream Mobility, Snam, Italy

The energy security concerns in an ever changing geopolitical context: the EU strategy
Chair: Majid Al Moneef, Chairman of the International Advisory Committee of King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC)

Edmar Luiz Fagundes de Almeida, Professor at the Institute of Energy at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio), Brasil
Anne Neumann, Professor, Director of Research ‘NTNU Energy Transition Initiative’. Department of Industrial Economics and Technology Management

Lapo Pistelli, Director Public Affairs Eni, Italy

12.00 -13.00 – 5th cycle of concurrent sessions – n. 41-50 (1h.00′ each)

41. Hydrogen: storage and energy applications
Chair: Olivier Massol IFP School & City, France

Assessing the economic value of underground hydrogen storage for Germany’s energy supply security
Presenter: Camille Megy, Centrale Supelec, France
Authors: Ange Blanchard, Camille Megy, Massol Olivier, Lepaul Sébastien

Is Power-to-Gas always beneficial? The implications of ownership structure
Presenter: Olivier Massol, IFP School & City, France
Authors: Olivier Massol, Camille Megy

Nuclear energy-based hydrogen production: a cost analysis of diverse geographical region
Presenter: Jameel Pulavar Jamhar, National Institute of Technology, Agartala, India
Author: Jameel Pulavar Jamhar

Hydrogen storage for a net zero carbon future
Presenter: Rahmat Poudineh, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, UK
Authors: Aliaksei Patonia, Rahmat Poudineh

42. Transport sector innovation: the fuel cell application
Chair: Franco Del Manso, International Environment Affairs Manager, Unem

Establishment and development of California’s fuel cell electric vehicle market. Lessons learned for the EU member states
Presenter: Pawel Brusilo, Wroclaw University of Economics and Business, Poland
Author: Pawel Brusilo

Zero-emission peaker from heavy-duty vehicle fuel cells and salt cavern hydrogen storage
Presenter: Emilia Chojkiewicz, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, USA
Authors: Emilia Chojkiewicz, Amol Phadke

43. Natural gas in Europe

44. Power market: risks and opportunities
Chair:Niklas Hartmann, Professor University of Offenburg, Germany

The hidden financial costs of intermittent power generation
Presenter: Angela Torres Corona, Université Paris Dauphine – PSL, France
Authors: Angela Torres Corona, Sophie Moina, Sébastien Pouget

Power system decarbonization in a world of risk-averse investors and incomplete markets
Presenter: Emil Dimanchev, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway
Authors: Emil Dimanchev, Steven A. Gabriel, Lina Reichenberg, Magnus Korpås

Model design for the analysis of market-based redispatch – applying deep reinforcement learning algorithms
Presenter: Viktor Zobernig, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria
Authors: Viktor Zobernig, Ksenia Tolstrup, Jochen Cremer, Laurens de Vries

Market Equilibria in Cross-Border Balancing Platforms
Presenter: Jacques Cartuyvels, UCLouvain, Belgium
Authors: Jacques Cartuyvels, Gilles Bertrand, Anthony Papavasiliou

45. Energy poverty
Chair: Pierluigi Nichilo, Colorado School of Mines and IFP School

Fuel Poverty and Access to Recreation Activities
Presenter: Rosy Fares, Grenoble Applied Economics Lab, France
Authors: Rosy Fares, Anna Risch

Energy poverty across Spain: before and during crisis
Presenter: Elisenda Jove, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain
Authors: Elisenda Jove, Elisa Trujillo; Daniel Davi

46. The role of distribution network
Chair: Francesco Pilo, Head of Power Strategy & Regulation, Saras, Italy

Reducing distributed generators connection requests queue on the distribution network through conditional agreements
Presenter: Federico De Santi, JRC Ispra, Italy
Authors: Federico De Santi, Erik Delarue, Leonardo Meeus

Evaluating Cost-Reflective Distribution Network Tariffs: Social Welfare and Allocation of Network Costs
Presenter: Floris van Montfoort, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Authors: Floris van Montfoort, Sina Ghaemi, Machiel Mulder

47. The risks and opportunities of carbon pricing
Chair: Gian Maria Mallarino, Department of Social and Political Sciences, Bocconi University, Italy**

Revisiting the climate stabilisation wedges: a framework for decarbonising the economy by 2050
Presenter: Nathan Johnson, Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College London, UK
Author:Nathan Johnson, Iain Staffell

The impact of carbon pricing on local economic performance: evidence from EU-ETS
Presenter: Gian Maria Mallarino, Department of Social and Political Sciences, Bocconi University, Italy
Authors: Ireri Hernandez Carballo, Gian Maria Mallarino, Marco Percoco

Carbon risk and green steel investments: Real Options Analysis and MonteCarlo simulations to assess decarbonization policies
Presenter: Simon Lang, EDF R&D, IFPEN, EconomiX, France
Authors: Simon Lang, Frédéric Lantz

Evaluation of emission reduction performance of electric vehicles under various climatic and driving conditions
Presenter: Esin Tetik Kollugil, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
Authors: Esin Tetik Kollugil, Kemal Sarica, Y. Ilker Topcu

48. Political and financial strategies in the evolution of sustainable energy economy
Chair: Janez Dolšak, School of Economics and Business, Slovenia

Are proxy advisors biased towards ESG? an analysis of voting decisions in European countries
Presenter: Alexandra Knoth, TUM School of Management, Germany
Author: Alexandra Knoth

Strategy and diversification options for oil and gas majors in the sustainable energy transition
Presenter: Krista Halttunen, Imperial College London, UK
Authors: Krista Halttunen, Raphael Slade, Iain Staffell

Exploring determinants of energy efficiency and renewable energy investments in SMEs
Presenter: Janez Dolšak, School of Economics and Business, Slovenia
Authors: Nevenka Hrovatin, Janez Dolšak, Jelena Zorić

How do environmental regulation and energy transition shape the global value chains? the threshold effect and a sectoral perspective
Presenter: Rafaela Vital Caetano, University of Beira Interior, Portugal
Authors: Rafaela Vital Caetano, António Cardoso Marques, Tiago Lopes Afonso

49. Sustainable interrelation between Energy and finance
Chair:Akira Maeda, Professor, University of Tokyo, Japan

A U-shaped relationship hypothesis on corporate financial performance and ESG behaviour
Presenter: Akira Maeda, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Authors: Akira Maeda, Hiroshi Ishijima

The effects of mandatory ESG disclosure regulation on company and investor behavior: an experimental approach
Presenter: Julius C. Baumgart, Technical University Munich, School of Management, Germany
Author: Julius C. Baumgart

Social acceptability under the business model lens
Presenter: Eduardo Méndez-León, Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM), France
Authors: Eduardo Méndez-León, Anne-Lorene Vernay, Carine Sebi

Green Bonds and the Energy Transition: Efficiency and Social Inequalities
Presenter: Verónica Acurio Vásconez, University of Lorraine, France
Authors: Verónica Acurio Vásconez, Olivier Damette

50. Climate change & Environmental protection (1)
Chair: Monika Gupta, Assistant Professor, S. P. Jain Institute of Management and Research (SPJIMR), India

Investing in environmental protection: Does it foster innovation?
Presenter: Amjad Naveed, Aarhus University, Denmark
Authors: Amjad Naveed, Cong Wang

How economic development affects ecological footprint: a comparative analysis of developed vs. developing economies
Presenter: Monika Gupta, S. P. Jain Institute of Management and Research (SPJIMR), Mumbai, India
Authors: Monika Gupta, Aayush Sheth

Leading by example? spill-over effects of the European green capital award on citizens’ climate protection activities
Presenter: Corinne Faure, Grenoble Ecole de Management, France
Authors: Corinne Faure, Joachim Schleich


13.00 -14.30 Lunch buffet (poster session)

Poster session

Biopolymer-based binder for electrodes of lithium-ion batteries
Presenter: Hyoung-Joon Jin, Inha University, South Korea
Authors: Hyoung-Joon Jin, Juhee Yoon, Geonhee Han


Towards a carbon-free future: impacts of regulatory and market-based instruments in Germany
Presenter: Smaranda Sgarciu, BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg, Chair of Energy Economics, Germany
Authors: Smaranda Sgarciu, Felix Müsgens

Public support and opposition toward floating offshore wind power development
Presenter: Sharon Nytte, Norges Miljø-og Biovitenskapelige Universitet, Norway
Authors: Sharon Nytte, Frode Alfnes, Silja Korhonen-Sande

Shocks and resiliency: the offshore wind supply chain
Presenter: Ahti Simo Laido, Technical University of Denmark
Authors: Ahti Simo Laido,
Lena Kitzing, Fabian Wagner

Impacts of the distribution grid on the European energy system prospective scenarios>
Presenter: Corentin Jacquier, Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CNRS, Grenoble INP, G2Elab, France
Authors: Corentin Jacquier, Silvana Mima, Remy Rigo-Mariani, Vincent Debusschere, Jean-Nicolas Louis

Low-carbon strategies’ forecasts within the framework of different geoconomic scenarios of Ukraine>
Presenter: Pierluigi Nichilo, Colorado School of Mines and IFP School
Authors: Pierluigi Nichilo

Energy Efficiency & Climate Protection Networks as vehicles for exchange between Industry, Academia, and Policymakers
Presenter: Andrej Guminski, FfE, Germany
Authors: Ryan Harper, Andrej Guminski

14.30-16.00 Dual Plenary Sessions

Regulatory challenges for the European electricity markets in a renewable-based energy system: the EU new market design

Chair: Jean Michel Glachant, Professor Florence School of Regulation, President of the IAEE

Alessandro Lagostena, Chief Regulatory & Public Affairs Officer, ERG, Italy

Lucia Visconti Parisio, Professor, Bicocca University, Italy
Clara Poletti, Commissioner of the Italian independent Regulatory Authority for Energy, Networks and Environment (ARERA), Chair of the Board of Regulators ACER

Andrea Pompa, Head of Power Production & Wholesale Market; Edison, Italy

Andrea Villa, Head of European Energy Market Regulation and Analysis, Enel, Italy

Clean energy technologies and critical raw materials

Chair: Hans Auer, Associate Professor in Energy Network Economics at Technische Universität Wien, Austria

Luca Mariotto, Head of Energy and Environment, Utilitalia, Italy

Simone D’Alessandro, Professor University of Pisa, Italy

Giuseppe Belussi, Academic researcher Past Senior Vice President R&D in Eni, Italy

Bruno Cova, Head of Power Systems, Markets & Regulatory Studies CESI, Italy

16.00 -17.30 – 6th cycle of concurrent sessions – n. 51-60 (1h.30′ each)

51. Green hydrogen

52. Prospective of EVs diffusion
Chair: Souhir Ben Amor, Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus-Senftenberg, Germany

Capacity tariffs and DSO-side down-regulation as grid-relieving measures in future low voltage distribution systems
Presenter: Soner Candas, Chair of Renewable and Sustainable Energy Systems, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Authors: Soner Candas, Thomas Hamacher

Dealing with Local Network Peaks Due to Simultaneous EV Charging: Volumetric or Capacity Network Tariffs?
Presenter: Graham Turk, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; MIT Energy Initiative, USA
Author: Graham Turk, Tim Schittekatte, Pablo Dueñas Martínez

Assessing the effect of environmental feebate of private cars on economic welfare
Presenter: Ofir Rubin, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
Authors: Yanai Ankaoua, Ofir Rubin, Stav Rosenzweig, Aviv Steren, Ziv Bar-Nahum

A switching regime model for the estimation of marginal emission factors and the implementation of smart charging strategies
Presenter: Souhir Ben Amor, Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus-Senftenberg, Germany
Authors: Souhir Ben Amor, Taimyra Batz , Smaranda Sgarciu, Felix Müsgens

53. Gas market : pipe or not pipe
Chair:Emanuele Piccinno, Energy Consultant, AIEE, Italy

Improving the Coordination between Electricity and Gas Systems: A Distributed Market-Clearing Approach
Presenter: Aiko Schinke-Nendza, House of Energy Markets & Finance, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Authors: Aiko Schinke-Nendza, Christoph Weber, Antonio J. Conejo

Changes in German pipeline retrofitting potential after the Russian invasion of Ukraine
Presenter: Lucas De La Fuente, TU Dresden, Germany
Authors: Lucas De La Fuente, Domink Möst

A two-stage approach to represent the daily LNG carriers unloading in natural gas optimization models
Presenter: Diana Navarrete-Cruz, Universidad Pontificia Comillas, Spain
Authors: Diana Navarrete-Cruz, Antonio Bello, Pablo Rodilla

Exploring the role of Europe in the global LNG market equilibrium until 2040
Presenter: Hans Auer, Energy Economics Group (EEG)-TU Wien, Austria
Authors: Sebastian Zwickl-Bernhard, Marcus Otti;
Antonia Golab; Hans Auer


54. Power market design
Chair: Arturo Lorenzoni, Professor, University of Padua, Italy

Right and duty: Investment risk under different renewable energy support policies
Presenter: Peio Alcorta, University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU), Spain
Authors: Peio Alcorta, Maria Paz Espinosa, Cristina Pizarro-Irizar

Financial Contracts for Differences
Presenter: Ingmar Schlecht, ZHAW Winterthur, Switzerland
Authors: Ingmar Schlecht, Christoph Maurer, Lion Hirth

Designing Contracts for Difference for the EU Power Market: Trade-off between Incentives and Risks
Presenter: Kevin Favre, Chaire European Electricity Markets, Université Paris Dauphine, Université PSL, Paris, France
Authors: Kevin Favre, Fabien Roques

Towards a Zero Emission Electricity Sector: A Pan-European Structural Electricity Integrated Model to assess Italian Power Generation and Transmission Expansion Pathways
Presenter: Annamaria Zaccaria, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei, Italy
Authors: Annamaria Zaccaria, Edoardo Somenzi, Giulia Iacovissi, Federico Pontoni, Filippo Del Grosso

55. The impact of the energy system in the residential sector
Chair: Lucia Parisio Visconti, Professor, Bicocca University, Italy

Carbon pricing and the affordability of residential heating
Presenter: Milan Jakob Reda, Leipzig University, Faculty of Economics and Management Science, Germany
Authors: Milan Jakob Reda, Erik Gawel, Paul Lehmann

Analyzing differences in household’s renewable technology profiles: a comparison of sociopsychological characteristics
Presenter: Stephanie Stumpf, Institute for Industrial Production, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany
Authors: Stephanie Stumpf, Daniel Sloot

Strong price signals: residential electricity demand when the price is zero
Presenter: Levan Bezhanishvili, Charles University Prague, CZECH REPUBLIC
Authors: Anna Alberini, Levan Bezhanishvili, and Milan Scasny

56. The prosumer impact on energy system
Chair:Francesco Suppressa, Researcher University of Pisa, Italy

Prosumager impact on electricity load profiles: a model comparison
Presenter: Philipp Mascherbauer, TU Wien, Austria
Authors: Philipp Mascherbauer, Lukas Kranzl, Songmin Yu, Georgina Asimakopoulou

Analysis of the potential to leverage price volatility through flexibility options in a local energy system
Presenter: Chuen-Fung Tang, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
Authors: Chuen-Fung Tang, Marius Tillmanns, Frieder Borggrefe, Jan Priesmann, Aaron Praktiknjo

Specifying energy grids development needs in sample living quarters
Presenter: Siamak Sheykhha, Institute for Future Energy Consumer Needs and Behavior (FCN), Germany
Authors: Siamak Sheykhha, Reinhard Madlener

Integrating prosumers into a fully decarbonized European wholesale electricity market
Presenter: Silke Johanndeiter, EnBW & Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany
Authors: Silke Johanndeiter, Niina Helistö, Juha Kiviluoma, Valentin Bertsch

57. The challenge of decarbonising heavy industry
Chair: Hendrik Scharf, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany

The influence of uncertainty on the decarbonisation of the specialty chemicals industry
Presenter: Paul Tautorat, Energy and Technology Policy Group, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Authors: Paul Tautorat, Jasper Iversen, Tobias S. Schmidt, Bjarne Steffen

The impact of decarbonising the iron and steel industry on the CO2 emissions of the European power system
Presenter: Annika Boldrini, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Authors: Annika Boldrini, Derck Koolen

Comparative techno-economic analysis of industrial technologies for achieving carbon neutrality in steel and cement production
Presenter: Hanhee Kim, Offenburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Authors: Hanhee Kim, Alejandra Barrera, Niklas Hartmann

Deep defossilization in German industry – A techno-economic analysis of low-carbon options
Presenter: Hendrik Scharf, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
Author: Hendrik Scharf

58. Energy transition: general aspects
Chair: Simone D’Alessandro, Professor, University of Pisa, Italy

The geopolitics of energy transition in 2023
Presenter: Jean-Pierre Favennec, WD COOPERATION, France
Author : Jean-Pierre Favennec

Energy transitions – lessons from the great depression
Presenter: Christopher Kennedy, University of Victoria, Canada
Author: Christopher Kennedy

The Macroeconomic Risks of the Transition to a low-carbon economy
Presenter: Angélique Sarre, SMASH-CIRED, France
Authors: Angélique Sarre, Frédéric Ghersi, Magali Mellon, Aurélien Peffen

The energy transition in the global south
Presenter: Roberta Rabellotti, University of Pavia, Italy
Authors: Roberta Rabellotti, Rasmus Lema

59. The role of RES in decarbonisation policies
Chair:Michael Bucksteeg, Assistant Professor of Business Management, University of Hagen, The Netherlands

Feels like a bargain? The role of emotions in shaping cost perceptions and renewable energy technology adoption
Presenter: Julia Loder, Institute for Economy and the Environment, University of St.Gallen, Switzerland
Author: Julia Loder

Modelling renewable transformation paths considering hyperbolic discounting
Presenter: Michael Bucksteeg, University of Hagen, Germany
Author: Michael Bucksteeg

Environmental trade-offs of (de)centralized renewable electricity systems
Presenter: Felix Reutter, Leipzig University, Germany
Authors: Felix Reutter, Paul Lehmann

Transformative mechanisms in decarbonization policies: a structured approach
Presenter: Cristina Sousa, Iscte – Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, Portugal
Authors: Cristina Sousa, Margarida Fontes, Nuno Bento

60. Climate change & Environmental protection (2)
Chair: Clarisse Dupont, Rotterdam School of Management, The Netherlands

Environmental Impact of Load Shifting Agent
Presenter: Clarisse Dupont, Rotterdam School of Management, The Netherlands
Authors: Clarisse Dupont, Olga Kuryatnikova, Yashar Ghiassi-Farrokhfal, Derek Bunn

Implication of forest carbon offset for energy investments and climate change mitigation cost
Presenter: Camilla Moioli, UBC, Canada
Authors: Camilla Moioli, Laurent Drouet, Dominik Roeser, Johannes Emmerling, Jeanine Rhemtulla, Hisham Zerriffi

Climate Change Risk Evaluation and its Effects on Individual’s Concern: The case of Italian Municipalities
Presenter: Francesco Savazzi , Université Paris Saclay, France
Authors: Francesco Savazzi, Maria Eugenia Sanin

17.30 -18.30 – 7th cycle of concurrent sessions – n. 61-70 (1h each)

61. The new frontier of hydrogen economy
Chair:Luke Hatton, Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College

The geopolitics of hydrogen – three quantitative-qualitaitve scenarios
Presenter: Rosa Melissa Gehrung, German Institute for International and Security Affairs, Germany
Authors: Dawud Ansari, Lukas Barner‎, Rosa Melissa Gehrung‎, Franziska Holz‎, Franziska Holz, Jacopo Maria Pepe

The place of the MENA region in the international hydrogen trade, a technical-economic analysis based on TIAM-FR
Presenter: Charlène Barnet, Mines Paris – PSL, Centre for Applied Mathematics, France
Authors: Charlène Barnet, Sandrine Selosse, Nadia Maizi

Exploring the Complexity of the Transition to Low-Emission Hydrogen: A Dynamic Simulation Approach
Presenter: Reza Fazeli, Australian National University, Australia
Authors: Reza Fazeli

62. Wind energy
Chair: Carlo Di Primio, AIEE Past President, Italy

Offshore grid planning with coordinated investment in generation, storage, and transmission
Presenter: Christoph Graf, New York University, USA
Authors: Christoph Graf, Yury Dvorkin, Saroj Khanal, Burçin Ünel

Intermittency reduction: Wind Timeseries analysis
Presenter: Kheirreddine Sari, Montpellier Research in Economics, France
Authors: Kheirreddine Sari, Benoît Mulkay, Boris Solier

Tracing the costs of local opposition to energy infrastructure: Empirical insights from the case of wind energy
Presenter: Magdalena Klemun, HKUST, Hong Kong
Authors: Magdalena Klemun, Tongyao Zhang

63. Fossil fuel price: an indicator of energy system change
Chair:Gürkan Kumbaroğlu, Professor of Industrial Engineering at Boğaziçi University, Turkiye

Modelling CO2 pipeline systems: An analytical lens for CCS regulators
Presenter: Adrien Nicolle, Industrial Engineering Research Department, CentraleSupélec, France
Authors: Adrien Nicolle, Diego Cebreros, Olivier Massol, Emma Jagu Schippers

Effects of fossil fuel prices on the Japanese electricity market during crisis
Presenter: Kentaka Aruga, Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Saitama University, Japan
Author: Kentaka Aruga

The Global fossil energy prices trend analysis under the impact of climate change by visualization techniques
Presenter: Huei-chu Liao, TamKang University, Taiwan
Authors: Huei-chu Liao, Yi-Hsin Sun

64. Redesign the electricity market with RES
Chair:Carla Mendes, Research Associate Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College London, UK

Future Electricity Market Designs for a Carbon-neutral Switzerland: Challenges and Solutions
Presenter: Ali Darudi, University of Basel, Switzerland
Authos: Ali Darudi, Hanne Weigt

Market designs for high shares of renewable energy in the UK
Presenter: Carla Mendes, Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College London, UK
Authors: Carla Mendes, Iain Staffell, Richard Green

Capacity mechanisms in a highly renewable electricity market with flexible resources
Presenter: Ingrid Janet Sanchez Jimenez, TU Delft, The Netherlands
Authors: Ingrid Janet Sanchez Jimenez, Laurens de Vries

65. The relevance of district heating
Chair: Ali Kök, Professor TU Wien, Austria

Excess Heat as a Sustainable Energy Source for District Heating: A Multi-Stakeholder Perspective
Presenter: Muhammad Bilal Siddique, Denmark Technical University (DTU), Denmark
Authors: Muhammad Bilal Siddique, Nikita Padmadas, Per Sieverts Nielsen

Supporting waste heat recovery and reuse across European countries: the contribution of the EMB3Rs Tool
Presenter: Mafalda Coelho da Silva, INEGI – Institute of Science and Innovation in Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Portugal
Authors: Mafalda Silva, Ana Cardoso, Miha Jensterle

Modelling District Heating Supply Patterns of EU-27 in a Decarbonized Energy System in 2050
Presenter: Ali Kök, TU Wien, Austria
Authors: Ali Kök, Anna Billerbeck, Pia Manz, Lukas Kranzl

66. Challenges for the TSO
Chair: Florent Cogen, Researcher RTE – Systems Design and Operation Customer Center , France

The effect of transmission network unbundling and ownership structure on European electricity sector performance
Presenter: Lennard Rekker, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Authors: Lennard Rekker, Machiel Mulder, Michaela Kesina

Build back better? transmission planning in an imperfectly competitive power sector with environmental externalities
Presenter: Farzad Hassanzadeh Moghimi, Stockholm University, Sweden
Authors: Farzad Hassanzadeh Moghimi, Trine K. Boomsma, Afzal S. Siddiqui

Empirical analysis of Transmission System Operators pricing behaviors on electricity balancing markets
Presenter: Florent Cogen, RTE, France
Authors: Florent Cogen, Fabien Roques, Virginie Dussartre, Emily Little

Sequential coordination of power generation and network investments: the role of renewable incentives
Presenter: Bibata Sagnon, Grenoble Applied Economics Laboratory, France
Authors: Bibata Sagnaon, Haikel Khalfallah

67. Circular Carbon Economy
Chair: Heidi Hottenroth, Research Associate Pforzheim University, Germany

The Circular Carbon Economy Technology Roadmaps: A Methodology for Net-Zero
Presenter: Noura Mansouri, KAPSARC, Saudi Arabia
Authors: Noura Mansouri, Fateh Belaid, Aljawhara Alquayid

Multi-objective investment optimization of energy systems considering life-cycle environmental impacts
Presenter: Heidi Hottenroth, Pforzheim University, Germany
Authors: Heidi Hottenroth, Ingela Tietze, Tobias Viere

An energy system optimization model with life-cycle assessment perspective
Presenter: Thushara Addanki, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Authors: Thushara Addanki, Andrea Cadavid Isaza, Cristina de la Rua, Leonhard Odersky, Thomas Hamacher

68. Energy transition: an overview
Chair:Matteo Di Castelnuovo, AIEE President, Professor SDA Bocconi, Italy

An inconvenient truth: how green electricity products claim to contribute to the energy transition
Presenter: Hanna F. Scholta, Technical University of Munich (TUM), Germany
Authors: Hanna F. Scholta, Maximilian J. Blaschke

Energy Advancement: A new Energy Transition Redefinition
Presenter: Sami Alnuaim, Past President of the Society of Petroleum Engineers International, Saudi Arabia
Author: Sami Alnuaim

Do interest rates matter for the transition? The role of cost of capital in energy system models
Presenter: Bjarne Steffen, ETH Zürich, Switzerland
Authors: Bjarne Steffen, Katherine E. Lonergan, Florian Egli, Sebastian Osorio, Giovanni Sansavini, Michael Pahle, Tobias S. Schmidt

Energy transition: technological dimensions of the zero-carbon pathway
Presenter: Muhammad Asif, King Fahd University of Petroleumand Minerals Dhahran, Saudi Arabia
Author: Muhammad Asif

69. The potential of new solutions: some evidences
Chair: Susanna Dorigoni, Professor Bocconi University GREEN, Italy

The future role of biomethane in the Italian decarbonization process: an estimate of future production from existing agricultural biogas plants
Presenter: Susanna Dorigoni, Bocconi University, Italy
Authors: Susanna Dorigoni, Vanessa Creta Luigi Depaoli Antonio Sileo

Decarbonisation strategies in energy systems modelling: biochar as a carbon capture technology
Presenter: Meritxell Domènech Monfort, Offenburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Authors: Meritxell Domènech Monfort, Anna Sandhaas, Christoph Pönisch, Elmar Zozmann, Niklas Hartmann

Projecting future costs of direct air capture for deep decarbonization
Presenter: Katrin Sievert, Climate Finance and Policy Group, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Authors: Tobias Schmidt, Bjarne Steffen

Power sector effects of different roll-outs of flexible versus inflexible heat pumps
Presenter: Dana Kirchem, German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin), Germany
Authors: Dana Kirchem, Alexander Roth, Carlos Gaete Morales, Wolf-Peter Schill

70. Decarbonization policies
Chair:Chair: Emanuele Piccinno, Energy Consultant, AIEE, Italy

Social acceptance of a green deal in Ukraine and Switzerland: a cross-country analysis
Presenter: Katharina Reidl, University of St.Gallen, Switzerland
Authors: Nadiya Kostyuchenko, Katharina Reidl, Rolf Wüstenhagen

Pathways to net-zero emissions by 2030 for Norway – too ambitious to be true?
Presenter: Taran Faehn, Research Department, Statistics Norway, Norway
Authors: Taran Faehn, Brita Bye, Lars Gulbrandsen, Kevin Kaushal, Christian Mohr, Gunnhild Søgaard, Asbjørn Torvanger, Jørgen Wettestad, Knut Øistad


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