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Dipl.-Ing. Marcus Hummel

 
E-Mail:hummel (at) eeg.tuwien.ac.at
Phone:+43-1-58801-370325
Fax:+43-1-58801-370397
 
Address:Gusshausstrasse 25-29 / E 370-3
A-1040 Wien
Room:CF0429
 
Recent presentations and publications

Marcus Hummel joined the EEG in 2009. He holds a degree in process engineering (Energy and Environmental Engineering) at the Vienna University of Technology. One year he studied at the University of Granada in Spain.

His research interests include technical and economical as well as environmental 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 develop sound political measures for the transition to sustainable energy systems in a low-carbon society.

His work concentrates on energy systems for processes in industry and for space as well as district heating and cooling. This also includes the link between the heating, cooling, electricity and gas systems. 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.

Marcus Hummel and Raphael Bointner together led the Student Chapter of the Austrian Association for Energy Economics (AAEE) from 2011 to 2014. Highlight was the organisation of an international PhD-Day once a year. From 2010 to 2012 he took care of the "Energiegespräche" (Energy Talks) at the Vienna Museum of Technology, a quarterly event for discussing recent energy related topics in public.

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Milestones
 
01 & 02/2015
Guest Researcher at Universiteit Utrecht, Copernicus Insitute of Sustainable Development, Energy & Resources Group, Prof. Ernst Worrell
 
5/2013
Board Member of "e-think" (non-profit research organisation)
 
since 11/2009
Research assistant at the Institute of Energy Systems and Electrical Drives, Energy Economics Group (EEG)
 
10/2009
Graduation (Diplomingenieur) at the Vienna University of Technology
Diploma thesis: "Model for scenario analyses about the technical possibilities of renewable energy systems"
 
04/2008 - 10/2009
Researcher assistant at the Institute of Industrial Ecology, St.Pölten, Austria
 
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Projects (selection)
 
2016-2020:
HotMaps (international)
2010-2013:
WuK - Wärme- und Kältestrategie (international)
2012-2014:
SolarGrids (national)
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Publications (selection)
L. Kranzl, Formayer H., Hirner R., Hummel M., Müller A., Schicker I., Totschnig G., The Impact of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency on Heating and Cooling Energy Demand and Load, 13. Symposium Energieinnovation, Graz, 2014.
M. Hummel, EU requirements for member states to develop ambitious policies for heating and cooling, Energy Cities Annual Rendezvous 2014, 2014.
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L. Kranzl, Müller A., Hummel M., Toleikyte A., Laying down the pathways to nearly zero-energy buildings. A toolkit for policy makers. , Final report of the IEE project ENTRANZE., 2014.
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M. Hummel, Lukas Kranzl, Carmen Villotti, Assessment of the economic viability of the integration of industrial waste heat into existing district heating grids, eceee industrial summer study 2014, 2014.
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L. Kranzl, Müller A., Hummel M., Toleikyte A., What are favourable policies to increase RES-H and energy efficiency in the EU building stock? , IAEE Conference, Rome, 29th October, 2014.
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L. Kranzl, Veit Bürger, Marcus Hummel, Judit Kockat, Andreas Müller, Jan Steinbach, Die Rolle energiepolitischer Instrumente im deutschen Raumwärmesektor, IEWT2013, 2013.
M. Hummel, Lukas Kranzl, Jürgen Fluch, Christoph Brunner, Ulrike Herzog, Hans Schnitzer, Michaela Titz, Günther Bochmann, Bernhard Drosg, Falk Rothermann, Richard Schanner, Helmut Gahbauer, In Richtung einer CO2-neutralen Wärmebereitstellung in der Lebensmittelherstellung - Erkenntnisse und Handlungsemfehlungen, Bericht im Rahmen des "Neue Energien 2020" Projekts "SolarFoods", 2013.
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Jan Steinbach , Mario Ragwitz, Veit Bürger, Liv Becker, Lukas Kranzl, Marcus Hummel, Andreas Müller, Analysis of harmonisation options for renewable heating support policies in the European Union, Energy Policy, Volume 59, pp. 59-70, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2011.11.086, 2013.
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M. Hummel, Felix Hummel, Lukas Kranzl, Christoph Brunner, Jürgen Fluch, Reducing fuel consumption in industry: Assessment of the economic efficiency of the integration of solar thermal energy into industrial processes, aceee summer study on energy efficiency in industry 2013, 2013.
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L. Kranzl, Marcus Hummel, Andreas Müller, Jan Steinbach, Renewable heating: Perspectives and the impact of policy instruments, Energy Policy, Volume 59, pp. 44-58, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2013.03.050, 2013.
L. Kranzl, Veit Bürger, Hans-Martin Henning, Marcus Hummel, ‚Judit Kockat, Andreas Müller, Andreas Palzer, Jan Steinbach, Short Term Policy Strategies and Long Term Targets: The Case of the German Building Sector, EEDAL Conference 2013, 2013.
L. Kranzl, Andreas Müller, Marcus Hummel, Jan Steinbach, Felipe Toro, Felix Reitze, Andrea Herbst, Wolfgang Schulz, Max Fette, Veit Bürger, Scenarios for the German Heating and Cooling Sector: A Modelling Approach Integrating Buildings, Industry and District Heating, Presentation at the IAEE September 2012, Venice, 2012.
L. Kranzl, Andreas Müller, Marcus Hummel, Modelling the impact of energy policies in the building sector. Presentation at the Workshop , 2012.
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L. Kranzl, Kalt G., Müller A., Hummel M., Egger C., Öhlinger C., Dell G., Renewable energy in the heating sector in Austria with particular reference to the region of Upper Austria, Energy Policy (2012), http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2012.08.067, 2012.
M. Hummel, Modeling technology specific effects of energy policies in industry: existing approaches and a concept for a new modeling framework, YEEES Seminar Madrid, 2011.
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M. Hummel, Lukas Kranzl, Andreas Müller, Auswirkungen politischer Maßnahmen zur Förderung erneuerbarer Wärme in Gebäuden bis 2030 in ausgewählten Ländern der Europäischen Union, 7. Internationale Energiewirtschaftstagung, TU Wien, 16. - 18. Februar 2011, 2011.
M. Hummel, Lukas Kranzl, Solarthermische Energie in der österreichischen Lebensmittelindustrie, Forum ECONOGY, 9. November 2011 in Linz, 2011.
L. Kranzl, Andreas Müller, Marcus Hummel, Reinhard Haas, Energieszenarien bis 2030: Wärmebedarf der Kleinverbraucher, Endbericht zum Projekt im Rahmen der Erstellung von energiewirtschaftlichen Inputparametern und Szenarien zur Erfüllung der Berichtspflichten des Monitoring Mechanisms, 2011.
L. Kranzl, Andreas Müller, Marcus Hummel, Veit Bürger, Luuk Beurskens, Peter M. Connor, Argyro Giakoumi, Minas Iatridis, Karin Ericsson, Jan Steinbach, The Role and Impact of Biomass Heating Support Policies, 15th European Biomass Conference & Exhibition, 2011.
M. Hummel, A. Windsperger, Modell zur Szenarienanalyse über die technischen Möglichkeiten der Energiebedarfsdeckung aus erneuerbaren Quellen, 11. Symposium Energieinnovation, TU Graz, 10. - 12. Februar 2010, 2010.
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M. Hummel, Windsperger Andreas, A framework for modelling a renewable energy infrastructure: Applied to Austria's energy situation, Proceedings of the Junior Scientist Conference 2010, Vienna University of Technology, 2010.
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L. Kranzl, Andreas Müller, Marcus Hummel, Veit Bürger, Luuk Beurskens, Peter M. Connor, Argyro Giakoumi, Minas Iatridis, Jan Steinbach, Lei Xie, Modeling the impact of solar thermal support policies, Paper contribution at the EuroSun 2010 , 28 September - 1 October 2010, 2010.
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M. Hummel, Modell zur Szenarienanalyse über die technischen Möglichkeiten der Energiebedarfsdeckung aus erneuerbaren Quellen, Diplomarbeit, 2009.
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