Berit Hanna Czock, M.Sc.
has been working as a Research Associate and as a doctoral candidate at the EWI since 2018. Her research focus lies in the regulation of electricity markets and the modelling of market participants’ behaviour. In consulting projects for industry and the public sector she has worked on questions concerning the operation of grids in a decentralized power system, especially balancing power markets and congestion management. In various publically funded project she conducts research focussing on incentive regulation, impact of grid fees and the role of regional flexibility markets. Before joining EWI, Berit Hanna Czock studied Sustainable Energy Science at Reykjavik University (Reykjavik, Iceland) and Economics at the University of Cologne.