Marijke Welisch

OIES-Saudi Aramco Fellow

Marijke Welisch is a senior researcher at the Energy Economics Group (TU Wien). She holds a PhD in energy economics and a MSc in economics with a focus on econometrics and policy evaluation. Her main field of research is on policies to support renewable energy, specifically (model-based) analysis of auction designs for renewable energy support.

Ms. Welisch is involved in several large Horizon2020 projects on the energy transition. Further areas of expertise are electricity markets and cooperation mechanisms for the exchange of renewable electricity.

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