Team

Dr. Johannes Wagner

Manager

Dr. Johannes Wagner

Manager

Dr. Johannes Wagner has been working at EWI since 2013, first as a research associate and since 2018 as a manager. His responsibilities include the acquisition, operation and execution of applied research and consulting projects. In doing so, he facilitates the transfer of new scientific methods to practical application in order to support the decision-making process of a wide range of companies and organizations. In consulting projects for clients from the industry and public sectors, he has analyzed, for example, German and European electricity markets with a focus on distribution, digitalization and grids. He has advised, among others, the Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy as well as several industrial companies. He also contributed to the Medium-Term Coal Market Report 2015 and 2016 while working for several months at International Energy Agency in Paris. His research focus lies in the field of modelling European electricity markets. In 2018 he earned his doctorate at EWI with a thesis on “Essays on Renewable Energy in Liberalized Electricity Markets”. Before his time at EWI, Johannes Wagner studied industrial engineering at TU Darmstadt and Universidad Politécnica de Madrid.

Studies

On behalf of: Siemens AG und der Allgäuer Überlandwerk GmbH
On behalf of: Own publication in cooperation with the German Energy Agency (dena)
On behalf of: Deutsche Energie-Agentur (dena)
On behalf of: International Energy Agency
On behalf of: International Energy Agency
Sponsored by: German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy / in collaboration with GWS, Prognos
Sponsored by: German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy / in collaboration with GWS, Prognos
On behalf of: Joint commissioning by Wintershall/Statoil

Articles

Consulting Projects

dena-Leitstudie “Aufbruch Klimaneutralität”
Seminars on energy economics
The impact of CO2 Pricing on CO2 abatement costs of households
Development of an energy tax system for the integrated energy transition
Multi-Client Studie zu Nachfrageflexibilität
Potentiale von Erdgas als CO2-Vermeidungsoption im Bereich Heizwärme und Trinkwassererwärmung
Impact of a split of the German bidding zone on the electricity system
Kosten der Energiewende
Development of German Power Consumption until 2020

Research Projects

VISE: Entwicklung digitaler Geschäftsmodelle basierend auf dem Energienachfrageverhalten von Haushalten
VISE: Development of digital business cases for decentral energy supply – (regional) virtual power plants
Regionales Virtuelles Flächenkraftwerk für Versorgungssicherheit und Stromnetzstabilität (Quirinus)