Hans Auer

Priv.-Doz. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Hans Auer
https://eeg.tuwien.ac.at/staff/people

Hans Auer has been with the Energy Economics Group (EEG) at Technische Universität Wien (TU-Wien) for more than 20 years. After studying electrical engineering (1996, MSc), he graduated in the field of energy economics (2000, PhD and 2012, Venia Docendi). Since the beginning of his academic career, he has dealt with the various aspects of energy market design and grid/market integration of renewable energy technologies both in applied research (coordination of a multitude of EU and national projects) as well as teaching/supervision of students, graduates and doctoral candidates. He also has a significant amount of scientific publications and conference contributions (worldwide).

Milestones

07/2012—date
Associate Professor, Institute of Energy Systems and Electrical Drives, Vienna University of Technology
07/2007 —06/2012
Senior Research Scientist, Institute of Power Systems and Energy Economics, Vienna University of Technology
07/1999 —06/2007
Assistant Professor, Institute of Power Systems and Energy Economics, Vienna University of Technology
03/1998 —10/1998
Research Fellow, Electricity Markets Group, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, University of California/Berkeley, U.S.
02/1997 —08/1997
Research Fellow, Institute of Energy Systems, Berlin University of Technology, Germany
07/1996 —06/1999
Junior Researcher, Institute of Energy Economics, Vienna University of Technology
11/1995—06/1996
Tutor, Institute of Energy Economics, Vienna University of Technology

Projects

2016—2017
2014—2016
Market4RES

Post 2020 framework in a liberalised electricity market with large share of Renewable Energy Sources

2013—2016
OrPHEuS

Optimizing Hybrid Energy grids for smart citieS

2012—2015
eBADGE

Development of Novel ICT tools for integrated Balancing Market Enabling Aggregated Demand Response and Distributed Generation Capacity

2012—2015
GridTech

Impact assessment of new technologies to Foster RES-Electricity integration into the European Transm

2011—2014
stoRE

Facilitating energy storage to allow high penetration of intermittent renewable energy

2012—2014
ENERGY RISKS IN CITIES

Energieträgerübergreifende Sicherung der Energieversorgung in städtischen Ballungsräumen

2011—2013
PV Parity

Definition of grid-parity for photovoltaics and development of measures to accompany PV applications

2010—2012
V2G-Strategies

Aufbau von Vehicle 2 Grid bezogenen Entwicklungsstrategien für österreichische Entscheidungsträger

2009—2012
SUSPLAN

Development of regional an Pan-European guidelines for more efficient infra-integration of RES

2009—2012
REALISEGRID

REseArch, methodoLogIes and technologieS for the effective development of pan-European key GRID

2008—2010
2007—2010
IMPROGRES

Improvement of the Social Optimal Outcome of Market Integration of DG/RES in European Electricity Markets

2008—2010
KONDEA

Konzeption innovativer Geschäftsmodelle zur aktiven Netzintegration dezentraler Verbraucher- und Erzeugeranlagen

2007—2009
2008—2009
NTP-Smartgrids

Nationale Technologieplattform Smart Grids Austria

2006—2009
2008—2009
BAVIS

Beitrag zum aktiven Verteilernetzbetrieb durch Innovative Spannungsregelung

2006—2009
2006—2008
DG-Demonetz

Aktiver Betrieb von elektrischen Verteilnetzen mit hohem Anteil dezentraler Stromerzeugung - Konzeption von Demonstrationsnetzen

2006—2007
2005—2007
2004—2006
Integration durch Kooperation

Das Zusammenspiel von Anlagen- und Netzbetreiber als Erfolgsfaktor fĂĽr die Integration dezentraler Stromerzeugung (InteKoop)

2004—2005
2003—2005
2003—2005
2002—2004
2001—2003
2000—2001
2000—2000