The Technical University of Denmark (DTU) is one of the leading technical universities in Europe. DTU has a strong focus on research, while holding a business-oriented approach, and is known for its focus on sustainability. In theEnergy Economics and Regulation research group at DTU, we conduct multidisciplinary energy research linking engineering energy system models with economic models with the aim to supportJust like administratively set support, auction-allocated su... More energy system integrationAt increasing shares of renewable electricity, policy makers... More, decision making and the development and implementation of new technological solutions.
The research group comprises about 25 scientists who analyse energy policy, regulatory frameworks and market designs that facilitate the transition towards larger shares of renewable energy in the energy system, energy savings, and climate change. The team aims for high quality research and policy recommendations on economic and social aspects of energy, by applying methods from microeconomics, econometrics, stochastic optimisation and new developments in experimental/behavioural economics. Likewise, we conduct more integrated socio-economic, energy technology
and climate policy analysis.