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Dr. Eglantine Künle

Dr. Eglantine Künle

has been working as a manager and Chief Modeller at EWI since 2018. Her responsibilities include the acquisition, operation and execution of applied research and consulting projects. Together with the research associates, she focuses on the maintaining improvement of existing as well as the development of new models and methods. Her research focus lies in the field of planning, modeling and economics of power systems and energy markets. Before her time at EWI, Eglantine Künle worked as a Research Assistant at Clausthaler Umwelttechnik Forschungszentrum (CUTEC). In 2018, she earned her doctorate at TU Clausthal with a thesis on “Incentives to value the dispatchable fleet’s operational flexibility across energy markets”. Previously, she studied Mechanical Engineering at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and at Arts et Métiers ParisTech, Paris (France).

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Curriculum Vitae

Research Projects

Model comparison for impact analysis of policy instruments (MODEX-POLINS)
New Energy Network Structures for the Energy Transition
Research Network for the Development of New Methods in Energy-System Modelling

Dissertations

Incentives to value the dispatchable fleet’s operational flexibility across energy markets

Eglantine Künle; 2018
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