Lukas Kranzl

 Lukas Kranzl

Lukas is a Senior Scientist and thus permanent scientific staff member at the Energy Economics Group (EEG) since 2002. He holds a master's degree in Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Economics (1999) and a PhD in Energy Economics (2002), both from TU Wien. Lukas joined EEG in 1999 where he started as a research associate working on the energy transition and decarbonisation of building related energy demand and supply as well as the heating and cooling sector in an integrated energy system in a wider context. His fields of research include techno-economic assessment and modelling of energy performance of buildings, district heating and cooling and related sector-coupling options in future energy system decarbonisation scenarios. In this context, open source modeling and visualization of spatially resolved energy systems at different levels of granularity plays a major role. He has in-depth knowledge and experience in coordinating international, European and national research projects in this field for a variety of different clients. Lukas also teaches in various courses and has a considerable number of conference contributions and scientific publications in journals.


2003 — date
Senior Scientist at EEG, TU Wien
1999 — 2002
Research Associate and PhD Candidate at EEG, TU Wien


2021 2025

European Climate and Energy Modelling Forum

2021 2024

Spatial Energy Planning for Energy Transition

2019 2023

Human-Centric Energy Districts: Smart Value Generation by Building Efficiency and Energy Justice for Sustainable Living

2020 2022

New Trends in Energy Demand Modelling

2019 2022

exTENDing the energy performance assessment and certification schemes via a mOdular approach

2018 2021

Spatial Energy Planning for Heat Transition