has been working at EWI since 2019, first as a Research Analyst and since 2021 as a Research Consultant. In consulting projects for clients from industry and the public sector, he has analyzed, for example, a possible market failure in large-scale electrolysis hydrogen production, the potentials of demand-side management (DSM) in energy-intensive industries, and the impact of the 2030 climate protection program on the share of renewable energies in electricity demand. Furthermore, he was involved in a comprehensive stakeholder analysis of a hydrogen market ramp-up for Germany. His research focuses on the decarbonization of industry and the development of a hydrogen economy. Before joining the EWI, Tobias Sprenger studied Economics at the University of Cologne with a focus on industrial economics, competition economics, economic policy and energy economics.