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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Vision

Our vision is a global energy transition being supported with research and education.

Mission

Our academic mission is to contribute to this goal by

... Advancing the understanding of future energy industries and markets

... Bringing together economics, finance, and engineering to tackle real-world energy challenges

News

18.01.2017

Master Thesis: Capacity Mechanisms in Power Markets - Hedging Strategies and Risk Management

To ensure security of supply the German government is planning to implement a capacity mechanism (Kapazitätsreserve) for the electricity market. This reserve comprises plants that may not partake in regular energy markets but are kept on standby to be dispatched in the event of...[mehr]

04.01.2017

Master Thesis: Forecasting Market Outcomes in the German Intraday Power Market

Amid increasing market shares of intermittent generation from wind and solar assets in the Germanpower market, intraday markets have seen rising trade volumes in recent years. Marketparticipants increasingly rely on intraday markets to balance their generation and...[mehr]

04.01.2017

Project Study: How do Investment Patterns differ across Industries?

Investments in costly assets such as large production plants can expose market actors to substantial risks. Will the investment pay off? Are there market changes that might undermine the amortization plan - especially for break even points far into the future? And what is the...[mehr]

17.11.2016

Master Thesis: Optimal Amount of Electricity Storage

The question on how to integrate energy storage in existing energy system is a central question in the transition to a new, more sustainable energy system. The aim of the Master Thesis is to build a stylized cost minimization model as a linear optimization model to assess the...[mehr]

26.09.2016

Internship at pwc

PricewaterhouseCoopers is offering an internship in the fields of energy economy / regulatory advisory.[mehr]

20.09.2016

Exam review - Challenges in Energy Markets I and II

The exam review in "Challenges in Energy Markets I and II" will take place on September 29, 08:30 am - 10:00 am, in room 3539, building 0505, central campus. Please register with Adriana Kiszka (adriana.kiszka@tum.de) in advance. Please bring your student ID card,...[mehr]

20.09.2016

Exam review - Energy Trading

The exam review in "Energy Trading" will take place on September 28, 08:30 am - 10:00 am, in room 3539, building 0505, central campus. Please register with Goncalo Terca (g.terca@tum.de) in advance. Please bring your student ID card, otherwise you are not allowed...[mehr]

20.09.2016

Exam review - Energy Markets II

The exam review in "Energy Markets II" will take place on September 27, 10:00 am - 11:30 am, in room 3539, building 0505, central campus. Please register with Adriana Kiszka (adriana.kiszka@tum.de) in advance. Please bring your student ID card, otherwise you are...[mehr]

20.09.2016

Exam review - Stochastic Optimization

The exam review in "Stochastic Optimization" will take place on September 27, 08:00 am - 09:00 am, in room 3539, building 0505, central campus. Please register with Adriana Kiszka (adriana.kiszka@tum.de) in advance. Please bring your student ID card, otherwise...[mehr]

18.08.2016

New lecture in winter term 16/17: "Topics in Energy Trading" (previously Derivatives II)

In winter term 16/17, Center for Energy Markets is offering the lecture "Topics in Energy Trading" (previously Derivatives II). You can find more details here.[mehr]