Lukas Liebmann

Mag. Lukas Liebmann
https://eeg.tuwien.ac.at/staff/people

Lukas Liebmann joined the Energy Economics Group (EEG) at the TU Wien in 2011 as a junior resarcher, while finishing his Master's Degree Programme in Environmental System Sciences with a major in economics. He has been a researcher and doctoral candidate at the Energy Economics Group (EEG) since October 2014. At the EEG, he is involved in several international research and consulting projects in the field of energy economics. His research interests comprise the analysis of regulatory and technological framework conditions for the promotion of renewable energy technologies. Prior to coming to EEG Lukas has done research regarding climate mitigation at the Wegener Center, Graz.

 

 

Projects

2017β€”2021
RNP (Renewable Networking Platform)

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

2018β€”2019
PREBS 2018

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

2018β€”2018
#MissionImpact

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

2014β€”2016
Towards2030

Dialogue on a RES policy framework for 2030

2013β€”2016
DIA-CORE

Policy Dialogue on the assessment and convergence of RES policy in EU Member States

2012β€”2015
2012β€”2015
BETTER

Bringing Europe and Third countries closer together through renewable energies

2011β€”2013
Beyond2020

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

2012β€”2013
RES-PROGRESS

Renewable Energy Progress & Biofuel Sustainability report

2010β€”2012
EISERN

Energy Investment Strategies and long term Emission Reduction Needs

2010β€”2011