"For me, the energy system transition stands for the way to a more democratic integrated energy system. "
Anya is working on flexibility in the future energy system. She assesses the way in which decentralised flexibility options such as electric vehicles and heat pumps can contribute to a stable operation of the power system. Furthermore, she investigates what economic incentive schemes are best suited to favour a system-friendly deployment of flexibility options.
Her PhD is supervised by Prof. Gabriela Hug, head of the Power Systems Laboratory at ETH Zürich.
During her degree in of Renewable Energy Engineering and Sustainable Electrical Energy Supply at the University of Stuttgart, Anya studied different renewable energy sources and their integration into the electrical grid. Alongside her studies, she taught classes in renewable energy and was involved in students' union work. Between her studies and the start of her PhD, she worked as a software developer and researcher.
Flexibility options and their representation in open energy modelling tools
Energy Strategy Reviews, 2021
Distribution System Planning with Battery Storage using Multiperiod Optimal Power Flow
Proceedings of the 14th International Renewable Energy Storage Conference 2020 (IRES 2020)
Modelling and Control Optimization of Diesel Synchronous Generators in LV Microgrids
2018 IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Conference Europe (ISGT-Europe), 10.1109/ISGTEurope.2018.8571786
Evaluating policy instruments for the balancing of renewable energies using electric vehicles: On the interplay between distribution and transmission grids
Vortrag bei der 15th International Conference on Energy Economics and Technology (ENERDAY 2021)
Die Bundestagswahl im Visier: Von der politischen Vision zum Fahrplan
Neue Technologie: Radikale Designänderungen für Systemstabilität
Übersichtsstudie zur EnergieSystemWende – Systemische Hemmnisse der Energiewende und LösungsansätzeLook at publication