Berit Hanna Czock is a Senior Research Associate at EWI and a doctoral candidate at the University of Cologne. Her research focusses on electricity market modelling and design. In consulting projects for clients from the industry and public sectors, she has analyzed, for example, how Germany could become climate neutral by 2045. She has advised, among others, the German Energy Agency (dena) as well as different DSOs and TSOs. In 2021, Berit Hanna Czock joined the Cologne-Bonn “Climate Monitoring and Diagnostics” group at the Hans-Ertel-Center for Weather Research (HErZ) of the German Weather Service (Deutscher Wetter-Dienst) as a doctoral researcher. At HErZ she conducts research on security of supply and the impact of extreme weather in electricity systems with high shares of renewables. Before joining EWI, Berit Hanna Czock studied Sustainable Energy Science at Reykjavik University (Reykjavik, Iceland) and Economics at the University of Cologne.