- Phone: +49 241 80 49840
- by appointment
- European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (EAERE)
- World Society of Sustainable Energy Technologies (WSSET)
- South Asian Network for Development and Environmental Economics (SANDEE)
- International Association of Computer Science and Information Technology (IACSIT)
- Solar Energy Society of India (SESI)
- E3 Modeling and Analysis
- Energy -Environment Policy and Economics
- Land Use and Transport Planning at Local Scale
- Co-Benefit Analysis of Energy Systems
- Sustainable Cities
- Ecological Footprint Scenario Development
Please note: In December 2013 Dr. Subhash Kumar changed his surname from "Mallah" to "Kumar".
|Journal Articles (full scholarly peer-review)|
|Savvidis, G., Siala, K., Weissbart, C. , Schmidt, L., Borggrefe, F., Kumar, S., Pittel, P., Madlener, R., Hufendiek, K. (2019). The gap between energy policy challenges and model capabilities, Energy Policy, Volume 125, February 2019, Pages 503-520. [ScienceDirect]|
|Kumar S. (2017). A MARKAL-MACRO Modeling Approach to Estimate Carbon Mitigation Cost in India, International Journal of Public Policy, 13(1/2), pp. 86-101. [Inderscience]|
|Weida S., Kumar S., Madlener R. (2016). Financial Viability of Grid-connected Solar PV and Wind Power Systems in Germany, Energy Procedia, 106 (December), pp. 35-45. [ScienceDirect]|
|Kumar S., Madlener R. (2016). CO2 Emission Reduction Potential Assessment Using Renewable Energy in India, Energy, 97(February), pp 273-282. [ScienceDirect]|
|Kumar S. (2016). Assessment of Renewables for Energy Security and Carbon Mitigation in Southeast Asia: The Case of Indonesia and Thailand, Applied Energy, 163(1), pp. 63-70. [ScienceDirect]|
|Kumar S. (2015). A Medium-term Energy and GHG Emissions Cost Analysis for Electricity and Water Sector in Abu Dhabi, International Journal of Environmental Policy and Decision Making, 1(4), pp. 332-349. [InderScience]|
|Journal Articles (simplified or no scholarly peer-review)|
|Kumar, S. and Madlener R. (2018) ‘Energy systems and COP21 Paris climate agreement targets in Germany: an integrated modeling approach’, IEEE Explore, August 2018. [DOI]|
|Kumar S., Madlener R. (2017). Renewable energy roadmap for central Europe until 2050: A scenario based techno-economic analysis. IEEE Explore, October 2017, pp.1-6. [DOI]|
|Kumar S., Weida S. J., Madlener R. (2016). Financial viability of grid-connected solar PV and wind power systems in Germany, Proceedings of the Energy Economics Iberian Conference 2016 (EEIC/CIEE), ISBN: 978-989-97531-4-3, pp. 403-420.|
|Kumar S., Madlener R. (2014). A Least-Cost Assessment of the CO2 Mitigation Potential Using Renewable Energies in the Indian Electricity Supply Sector, FCN Working Paper No. 14/2014, Institute for Future Energy Consumer Needs and Behavior, RWTH Aachen University, November. [SSRN]|
|Mallah S., Madlener R. (2013). The Causal Relationship Between Energy Consumption and Economic Growth in Germany: A Multivariate Analysis, FCN Working Paper No. 24/2013, Institute for Future Energy Consumer Needs and Behavior, RWTH Aachen University, December.|
Mallah S., Sgouridis S., Kennedy S. (2011). Cost-Benefit Analysis of Ecological Footprint Scenarios in Abu Dhabi, MIST working paper No.8: 2011, M asdar Institute of Science and Technology, Abu Dhabi.
Mallah S., Bansal N.K. (2010). Sustainable Electrical Energy Supply Systems Modeling and Analysis, VDM Verlag Dr. Muller , Germany. ISBN-NR.: 978-3-639-26560-6
|Contributions to Conferences and Workshops|
|Kumar, S., Madlener, R. (2019) Assessing the Potential of Low Carbon Technologies in German Energy Systems, CONECT 2019, 15-17 May 2019, Riga, Latvia.|
|Kumar, S., Madlener, R. (2018) Energy systems and COP21 Paris climate agreement targets in Germany: an integrated modeling approach, 7th International Energy and Sustainability Conference (IESC2018), 17-18 May 2018, Cologne, Germany.|
|Kumar S., Madlener R. (2017). Energy Efficiency and Renewables for Energy Security and Environmental Emission Mitigation in Central Europe, 2017 Annual APEEN Conference (APEEN2017), May 9, 2017, Lisbon, Portugal.|
|Kumar S., Kley M., Madlener R. (2016). Grid-Connected Renewables and Energy Storage Systems and Their CO2 Emission Mitigation Potential in Germany: A Least Cost Analysis, UK Energy Storage Conference (UKES2016), November 30–December 2, 2016, Birmingham, UK.|
|Kumar S., Madlener R. (2016). Renewable Energy Roadmap for Central Europe until 2050: A scenario based techno-economic analysis, IEEE conference ‘21st Century Energy Needs – Materials, Systems and Applications 2016’ (ICTFCEN2016), November 17–19, 2016, Kharagpur, India.|
|Kumar S., Loosen M., Madlener R. (2016). Techno-economic Analysis of Sustainable and Smart Energy Systems in Germany, Swedish Association for Energy Economics conference 2016 (SAEE2016), August 23-24, 2016, Luleĺ, Sweden.|
|Kumar S., Kley, M., Madlener R. (2016). Optimal Solution of Grid Connected Renewables and Energy Storage Systems for Germany, Fifth Annual International Energy and Sustainability Conference (IESC2016), June 30-July 1, 2016, Cologne, Germany.|
|Kumar S., Weida J. S., Madlener R. (2016). Financial Viability of Grid-connected Solar PV and Wind Power Systems in Germany, Energy Economics Iberian Conference 2016 (EEIC2016), February 4-5, 2016, Lisbon, Portugal.|
|Kumar S., Madlener R. (2015). Least-cost Optimization Pathways to the German Electricity Market with New Energy and Environmental Policies, 2nd FAERE Annual conference (FAERE2015), September 10-11, 2015, Toulouse, France.|
|Kumar S., Madlener R., Lehman A. (2015). Scenario Cost-Benefit Analysis of German Electricity Market with New Energy and Environmental Policies, 21st Annual Conference of the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (EAERE2015), June 24-27, 2015, Helsinki, Finland.|
|Kumar S., Brauweiler T., Madlener R. (2015). Scenario-Based Assessment of the Economic Feasibility of CCS Power Generation Technology in Central Europe, Energy Science Technology (EST 2015), May 20-22, 2015, Karlsruhe, Germany.|
|Kumar S., Madlener R. (2014). CO2 Emission Reduction Potential Assessment Using Renewable Energy in India, 3rd International Conference: Environment and Natural Resources Management in Developing and Transition Economies, October 8-10, 2014, Clermont Ferrand, France.|
|Kumar S., Madlener R., Suri I. (2014). Electricity Demand and Supply Systems with New Energy and Environmental Policies in Germany, 13th International Conference on Sustainable Energy Technologies (SET 2014), August 25-28, 2014, Geneva, Switzerland.|
Mallah S.,Bansal N.K. (2010). Nuclear Energy Options for Energy Security and Sustainable Development in India: a MARKAL Analysis,The InternationalConference on Applied Energy, 21-23 April 2010, Singapore.
Mallah S., Bansal N.K. (2010). Energy Efficiency and Sustainable Development in Industrial Sector in India, International Conference on Strategic Management of Energy, Environment & Disaster for Sustainable Development, 11-15 January 2010, Banaras, India.
|Mallah S., Bansal N.K. (2009). MARKAL Analysis of Nuclear energy for Energy Security and Sustainable Development in India, International Congress on Recent Advances in Environmental Science and Technology, 2-4 November 2009, Banaras, India.|
Bansal N.K., Mallah S. (2009). Sustainable Electrical Power Production in India,Future Climate-Engineering Solutions, 3-4 September 2009, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Mallah S., Bansal N.K.(2009). Primary Energy Resources and Green House Gas Emissions in India, ISA-RC-24- International Conference on Water, Environment, Energy and Society, 28-30 June 2009, New Delhi, India.
Mallah S., Bansal N.K. (2008). Sectorial Analysis for Electricity Demand in India, Int. Conference on Issues in Public Policy and Sustainable Development, 26-28 March 2008,New Delhi, India.
|Bansal N.K., Mallah S. (2009). Sustainable Electric Power Supply System for India. S.M.V.D. University, Katra (India) submitted to Prime Minister Office, New Delhi. (Letter No.: SMVDU/PS/VC/09/016) on Aug.3, 2009.|
|Research Prize for "Social Responsibility/Diversity" awarded for the first time by the RWTH School of Business and Economics (February, 2014).|
|Energy Research & Social Science|
|Journal of Cleaner Production|