Student research presentations at FCN


Three students supervised by Prof. Madlener present their theses papers at FCN, which were all further developed to FCN Working Papers:

  • Lena Schreiner: “Investing in Power Grid Infrastructure as a Flexibility Option: A Macroeconomic Assessment” (L. Schreiner & R. Madlener, FCN Working Paper Nos. 10/2019 and 11/2019)
  • Michael Welsch: “Household Customers‘ Willingness to Cooperate in Smart Meter Services: A Survey-Based Regression Analysis” (M. Welsch & R. Madlener, FCN Working Paper No. 18/2019)
  • Thomas Bruderhofer: “Solar-PV-Based Mini Grids in Rural Areas of Developing Countries: An Economic Analysis” (T. Bruderhofer et al., FCN Working Paper No. 21/2019)