Oliver Ruhnau

Research Associate and PhD Candidate in Energy Economics at the Hertie School in Berlin
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Biography

Oliver Ruhnau is a Research Associate and PhD Candidate in Energy Economics at the Hertie School in Berlin. His research focuses on the economics of flexible electricity demand in the context of sector coupling and variable renewable energy sources. Previously, Oliver was a Data Scientist with the energy service company Digital Energy Solutions. He studied Engineering and Economics at the RWTH Aachen University and the KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm.


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