"For me, the energy system transition stands for a fundamental rethinking of generating and consuming energy."further information
Philipp completed his PhD at TU Berlin under the supervision of Prof. Frank Behrendt. https://www.evur.tu-berlin.de/menue/ueber_uns/leitung/
Philipp hat an der TU Berlin unter der Betreuung von Prof. Frank Behrendt promoviert.
Philipp joined the RLI in 2011 as a PhD student and started developing the research field Off-Grid Systems, which he now leads as division head, in addition to his position as graduate school head. In 2019, Philipp became a Visiting Scholar at the Renewable and Appropriate Energy Laboratory (RAEL) at the University of California, Berkeley, as part of the C-BEAR+ project, and a selected member of the Arab-German Young Academy of Sciences (AGYA) at the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences (BBAW).
Modelling social aspects of the energy transition: What is the current representation of social factors in energy models?
Energy, 239, Part A, 121706.
Flexibility options and their representation in open energy modelling tools
Energy Strategy Reviews, 2021
A panel data analysis of policy effectiveness for renewable energy expansion on Caribbean islands
Energy Policy, Volume 155, 2021
Multicriteria-based methodology for the design of rural electrification systems
A case study in Nigeria, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews
Exploring requirements for sustainable energy supply planning with regard to climate resilience of Southeast Asian islands
Energy Policy, Elsevier, vol. 146(C)
Decarbonizing the Galapagos Islands: Techno-Economic Perspectives for the Hybrid Renewable Mini-Grid Baltra–Santa Cruz.
Sustainability 2020, 12, 2282
Unique Opportunities of Island States to Transition to a Low-Carbon Mobility System.
Sustainability 2020, 12, 1435
Overcoming the bottleneck of unreliable grids: Increasing reliability of household supply with decentralized backup systems.
Journal of Sustainability Research, Special Issue “Sustainable Energy for Development”. 2020;2(1):e20000x.