Sie haben Javascript deaktiviert. Zur vollständigen Darstellung und Nutzung der Seite sollten Sie Javascript aktivieren.
Philipp Diesing

"For me, the energy system transition stands for the consistent implementation of sustainability goals to achieve a fully renewable energy system."


further information

Philipp Diesing

Philipp's PhD thesis deals with the defossilisation of the German manufacturing sector, specifically by examining the so-called Middle German Chemical Triangle in Saxony-Anhalt. The aim is to create future scenarios for this industrial region, taking into account social structures and technical and economic conditions, and to derive recommendations for action.

The work is supervised by Prof. Dr. Christian Breyer of the Solar Economy Team at LUT University in Finland.

During his Master's degree in Sustainable Energy Systems at Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg, Philipp studied components of renewable energy systems, with a focus on electrochemical energy conversion and storage. While on his year abroad in Lappeenranta, southern Finland, Philipp worked extensively on the cross-sectoral modelling of energy systems based on 100% renewable energies using different modelling tools.