The Center for Energy Markets
at TUM School of Management
Energy markets are at the heart of one of the biggest societal challenges of our time - creating a sustainable, reliable and affordable energy provision. The Center for Energy Markets brings together economics, finance and engineering approaches to offer applied research contributions to topical real-world energy sector questions.
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In winter term 17/18, Center for Energy Markets is offering the lecture "Energy & Climate Policy". You can find more information under "Teaching" or see more details here.
The lectures "Challenges in Energy Markets I/II" will NOT be offered in the Winter Term 2017/2018. Please check back in the summer term.
Coulomb GmbH and The Mobility House GmbH jointly operate a pool of stationary battery...
CEM invites applications for a Research Assistant (Wissenschaftliche Hilfskraft, 3 hours a week). Tasks and responsibilities include data and literature screening tasks, management of the CEM website and the administration of workshops or events held at CEM.
The 8th energy policy workshop at ifo institute on the 6th of July deals with the potentials of electric mobility. What will be the mobility of the future? Will it be electric or will be electric mobility just one alternative among many?
Energy prices are highly volatile and future price developments are notoriously hard to predict. Nevertheless, since energy prices are an important cost component for many companies there exist a range of long-term forecasts of prices for energy commodities supplied by...
There is a new vacant student assistant position at the Center for Energy Markets. For more informations, see the detailed description. We are looking forward to your applications under firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information can be found at TUMonline.
The SWM is offering Master's thesis "Community-Geschäftsmodelle für Prosumer". Click here for further details.
Setting up fee structures for hedge fund managers that align the interests of hedge fund manager and the investor and are acceptable for both parties is a challenging task. Energy hedge funds trading power, oil, gas, and coal operate in a volatile environment and are often...