aleco

Department of Economics

  • Copenhagen School of Energy Infrastructure (CSEI)
Alexandra
Lüth
PhD fellow


Room: POR/16.A-2.60
Tel:
+4538152457
E-mail: al.eco@cbs.dk
Alexandra
Presentation

Alexandra Lüth is a PhD student in the Department of Economics. As part of the Copenhagen School of Energy Infrastructure her research focuses on energy economics, energy system analysis and energy system modelling. Educated as an industrial engineer with a bachelor and Master's degree from TU Berlin, Germany, and a Master degree in Sustainable Energy Systems and Markets from NTNU, Alexandra  takes her technical expertise to enrich the economic research. Alexandra's PhD project focuses on economic aspects of sector coupling as well as social, economic and ecological aspects of decentralised energy technology.

 

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Courses

Energy Markets, Competition, and Regulation 

Energy Economics, Market, and Policy

Energy System Economics and Modelling

Publications sorted by:
2020
Alexandra Lüth; Tooraj Jamasb / Crowd Balancing : A Model for Future Grids.
In: Oxford Energy Forum, No. 124, 9.2020, p. 31-34
Journal article > peer review
Alexandra Lüth; Jens Weibezahn; Jan Martin Zepter / On Distributional Effects in Local Electricity Market Designs : Evidence from a German Case Study.
In: Energies, Vol. 13, No. 8, 4.2020
Journal article > peer review
Alexandra Lüth; Jens Weibezahn; Jan Martin Zepter / On Distributional Effects in Local Electricity Market Designs : Evidence from a German Case Study.
Copenhagen : Copenhagen Business School, CBS 2020, 2 p.
Working paper
2019
Jan Martin Zepter; Alexandra Lüth; Pedro Crespo del Granado; Ruud Egging / Prosumer Integration in Wholesale Electricity Markets : Synergies of Peer-to-peer Trade and Residential Storage.
In: Energy and Buildings, Vol. 184, 1.2.2019, p. 163-176
Journal article > peer review
2018
Alexandra Lüth; Jan Martin Zepter; Pedro Crespo del Granado; Ruud Egging / Local Electricity Market Designs for Peer-to-peer Trading : The Role of Battery Flexibility.
In: Applied Energy, Vol. 229, 1.11.2018, p. 1233-1243
Journal article > peer review