Gustav is a Senior Scientist and thus permanent scientific staff member at the Energy Economics Group (EEG) since 2005. He holds a master's degree in Power Systems Engineering (2000) and a PhD in Energy Economics (2005), both from TU Wien. He joined EEG in 2000 where he started as a research associate working on policy-related research and policy instrument design for renewable energy technologies system and market integration. He has in-depth knowledge and experience in coordinating international, European and national research projects in the field of renewable energy policy and market integration for a variety of different clients (European Commission, IEA, associations, ministries, research funds, utilities, and others). His research areas include techno-economic assessments of (renewable) energy technologies, development and evaluation of energy policy instruments, and energy system modeling with a special focus on policy interactions, market integration, and technology dynamics. His contributions (e.g., assessments of policy instruments, feasibility studies, impact analyses of 2020/2030/2050 policy targets) have been frequently selected for decision making in industry and policy. Gustav also teaches in various courses and has a considerable number of conference contributions and scientific publications in journals.
- 06/2005 — date
- Senior Scientist at EEG, TU Wien
- 12/2000 — 05/2005
- Research Associate and PhD Candidate at EEG, TU Wien