The aggregation of data for modelling highly complex power systems leads to inaccuracies. With her ERC project, Sonja Wogrin wants to change this and make the planning of future energy systems much more efficient.
The IEE is looking for committed employees for vacant scientific positions. Would you like to work on innovative research projects at the IEE and contribute to the success of the IEE with your know-how and commitment? Then apply now for one of the open positions!
The Institute of Electricity Economics and Energy Innovation (IEE) meets the challenges required by sustainable changes in the energy system and makes a corresponding contribution to solving the problems.
LEGO is a multi-purpose tool to carry out numerous techno-economic analyses of the energy sector, ranging from short-term unit commitment to long-term generation and transmission expansion planning.
Optimization Model LEGO
The 18th Symposium on Energy Innovation (EnInnov2024), which is organized every two years by the Institute of Electricity Economics and Energy Innovation, takes place from February 14th to 16th, 2024. The motto of EnInnov2024 is "EUROPE’S ENERGY FUTURE - Safe, affordable, clean!?".
The Institute of Electricity Economics and Energy Innovation (IEE) was founded in 2000 and since then has been covering this field in research and teaching. The challenges are enormous since the continuing climate change and the reduction of energy import dependency requires sustainable changes in the energy system. The IEE faces those challenges and contributes to finding respective solutions.