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M.Sc. Dr. Marijke Welisch

 
E-Mail:welisch (at) eeg.tuwien.ac.at
Phone:+43 1 58801 370365
Fax:+43 1 58801 370397
 
Address:Gußhausstraße 25/370-3
A-1040 Wien
Room:CF0429
 
Recent presentations and publications

Marijke Welisch is a researcher at the Energy Economics Group (TU Wien). She holds a degree in economics with a focus on econometrics and policy evaluation. Her topical focus lies on European policies to support renewable energy, specifically, model-based analysis of auction designs for renewable energy support.

Ms. Welisch is furthermore involved in several large Horizon2020 projects (AURES, SET-Nav and MUSTEC). Further areas of research are econometric assessment of electricity market data, e.g. the value of renewable electricity and the merit order effect of RES feed-in and its economic implications for future support (DIA-Core project). She also has a worked on cooperation mechanisms for the exchange of renewable electricity (BETTER project).


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Publications (selection)
Vasilios Anatolitis, Marijke Welisch, Putting renewable energy auctions into action – An agent-based model of onshore wind power auctions in Germany, Article in Energy Policy · Volume 110, November 2017, Pages 394–402 · https://doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2017.08.024, 2017.
M. Welisch, André Ortner, Gustav Resch, Assessment of RES technology market values and the merit-order effect - An econometric multi-country analysis, Article in Energy & Environment 27(1):105-121 · February 2016 DOI: 10.1177/0958305X16638574, 2016.
M. Welisch, Gustav Resch, André Ortner, The integrated assessment of RES cooperation between the EU and its neighbours, Article in International Journal of Energy Sector Management 10(3):427-447 · September 2016 DOI: 10.1108/IJESM-01-2015-0004, 2016.
G. Resch, Marijke Welisch, Lukas Liebmann, Barbara Breitschopf, Anne Held, A prospective assessment of costs and benefits of renewable energy use in the European union, Article in Energy & Environment 27(1):10-27 · February 2016 DOI:10.1177/0958305X16638228, 2016.
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