Department of Economics

  • Copenhagen School of Energy Infrastructure (CSEI)

Room: PH16A 1.97

Jens is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow and Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow at the Copenhagen School of Energy Infrastructure (CSEI) at Copenhagen Business School (CBS). He holds a PhD in Economics from Technische Universität Berlin and was a Research Associate at TUB's Workgroup for Infrastructure Policy (WIP), where he is now a Guest Researcher. 

Having studied at TU Berlin and the University of California, Berkeley, he has a background in industrial engineering and management with a concentration on energy and transportation infrastructure. His research is mainly focused on open-source energy system modeling with an emphasis on market models, energy communities, flexibility options, sector integration, and stochastic modeling.

Primary research areas
  • Energy System Analysis
  • Energy/Electricity Market Design
  • Local Energy Transformation
  • Flexibility Solutions
  • Sector Integration (Transportation, Hydrogen)
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  • Operationsanalyse/Operations Research, BSc HA(math.)
  • Energy System Economics and Modelling, MSc, Energy Minor
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Leonard Göke; Jens Weibezahn; Christian von Hirschhausen / A Collective Blueprint, Not a Crystal Ball : How Expectations and Participation Shape Long-term Energy Scenarios.
In: Energy Research & Social Science, Vol. 97, 3.2023
Journal article > peer review
Alexander Wimmers; Fanny Böse; Claudia Kemfert; Björn Steigerwald; Christian von Hirschhausen; Jens Weibezahn / Ausbau von Kernkraftwerken entbehrt technischer und ökonomischer Grundlagen
In: DIW-Wochenbericht, Vol. 90, No. 10, 2023, p. 111-121
Journal article > peer review
Leonard Göke; Jens Weibezahn; Mario Kendziorski / How Flexible Electrification Can Integrate Fluctuating Renewables
In: Energy, Vol. 278, 9.2023
Journal article > peer review
Alexandra Lüth; Paul E. Seifert; Ruud Egging-Bratseth; Jens Weibezahn / How to Connect Energy Islands : Trade-offs between Hydrogen and Electricity Infrastructure.
In: Applied Energy, Vol. 341, 7.2023
Journal article > peer review
Jens Weibezahn; Raluca Dumitrescu; Daniel Philipp / Is Small Powerful? : An Evaluation of the Ecological, Economic, and Social Aspects of the Decentralized Energy Transformation.
In: Proceedings of the 44th IAEE International Conference: Pathways to a Clean, Stable, and Sustainable Energy Future. Riyadh : The Saudi Association for Energy Economics 2023, p. 134-135 (IAEE Conference Proceedings)
Conference abstract in proceedings > peer review
Björn Steigerwald; Jens Weibezahn; Martin Slowik; Christian von Hirschhausen / Uncertainties in Estimating Production Costs of Future Nuclear Technologies : A Model-based Analysis of Small Modular Reactors.
In: Energy, Vol. 281, 10.2023
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Christine Brandstätt; Leonard Göke; Manuel Llorca; Alexandra Lüth; Jens Weibezahn / Draft Methodology for Integrated Network Planning in Europe : A Deliverable of the Steers-project.
Copenhagen : Copenhagen School of Energy Infrastructure 2022, 28 p.
Report > peer review
Leonard Göke; Jens Weibezahn / How Flexible Electrification Can Integrate Fluctuating Renewables
: SSRN: Social Science Research Network 2022, 21 p.
Working paper
Raluca Dumitrescu; Alexandra Lüth; Jens Weibezahn; Sebastian Groh / Prosumer Empowerment through Community Power Purchase Agreements : A Market Design for Swarm Grids.
In: Economics of Energy & Environmental Policy, Vol. 11, No. 1, 2022, p. 127-144
Journal article > peer review
Jens Weibezahn; Alexandra Krumm; Pao-Yu Oei; Laura Färber / Renewable Energy : Unleashing the Full Potential.
In: Sustainable and Smart Energy Systems for Europe's Cities and Rural Areas. ed. /Alexander Schlüter; Juan Bernabé-Moreno. Munich : Carl Hanser Verlag 2022, p. 35-64
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Research Projects
Outside activities
  • Teaching and supervision of Master’s theses for the MBA Energy Management program at TU Berlin
  • Teaching for the Energy and Environmental Management program at Europa-Universität Flensburg
  • External assessment of final theses (e.g. for NTNU)