Gustav Resch

Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Gustav Resch
https://eeg.tuwien.ac.at/staff/people

Gustav Resch joined the Energy Economics Group in 2000. He holds a degree in electrical engineering (Energy Technology) and a PhD in energy economics at Vienna University of Technology. He is working since several years as senior researcher in the area of energy policy and energy modelling with a focus on renewable energy technologies - responsible for research, project acquisition and scientific coordination.
 

His fields of activity include potential and cost assessment of (renewable) energy technologies, evaluation and design assessment of energy policy instruments and energy modelling (focusing on policy interactions and technology dynamics).

Projects

20182021
AURES II

AUctions for Renewable Energy II

20172021
RNP (Renewable Networking Platform)

Development of a networking platform and support to local and regional authorities for renewable energy development

20172020
MUSTEC

Market Uptake of Solar Thermal Electricity through Cooperation

20182019
#MissionFlex

Supply security and flexibility needs in line with 100% renewable electricity in Austria

20162019
SET-Nav

Navigating the Roadmap for Clean, Secure and Efficient Energy Innovation

20182019
PREBS 2018

Technical Assistance in preparation of 2018 report on renewable energy in the European Union

20192018
LuxRES 2017

LuxRES 2017

20172018
20182018
#MissionImpact

Economic reassessment of future deployment of renewable energies in Austria as well as of corresponding investment and support expenditures

20162017
20142016
Towards2030

Dialogue on a RES policy framework for 2030

20142015
20112014
AMPERE

Assessment of Climate Change Mitigation Pathways and Evaluation of the Robustness of Mitigation Cost

20112013
Beyond2020

Design and impact of a harmonised policy for renewable electricity in Europe

20122013
RES-PROGRESS

Renewable Energy Progress & Biofuel Sustainability report

20112012
RES Pathways

Definition of pathways, potentials and policy support schemes of renewable energy technologies in the EU

20092012
Re-Shaping

Shaping an effective and efficient European renewable energy market

20092011
REPAP2020

Renewable Energy Policy Action Paving the Way towards 2020

20082011
SECURE

Security of Energy Considering its Uncertainty, Risk and Economic implications

20102011
20072010
20072009
EMPLOY-RES

Employment and economic growth impacts of sustainable energies in the European Union

20062008
futures-e

Deriving a future European Policy for Renewable Electricity

20052008
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20072007
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