Verena Heinisch

Doctoral Student at Energy Technology

Verena Heinisch is PhD student at the Division of Energy Technology. Her research focuses on the techno-economic modelling of future energy systems and the analysis of centralized and decentralized developments in the system infrastructure. The goal is to provide methods and evaluations on the impact of renewable electricity generation, storage technologies and prosumers in different development scenarios.

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2020

Small-Scale Communities Are Sufficient for Cost- and Data-Efficient Peer-to-Peer Energy Sharing

Romaric Duvignau, Verena Heinisch, Lisa Göransson et al
e-Energy '20: Proceedings of the Eleventh ACM International Conference on Future Energy Systems, p. 35-46
Paper in proceedings
2019

Interconnection of the electricity and heating sectors to support the energy transition in cities

Verena Heinisch, Lisa Göransson, Mikael Odenberger et al
International Journal of Sustainable Energy Planning and Management. Vol. 24, p. 57-66
Journal article
2019

Prosumers in the Electricity System—Household vs. System Optimization of the Operation of Residential Photovoltaic Battery Systems

Verena Heinisch, Mikael Odenberger, Lisa Göransson et al
Frontiers in Energy Research
Journal article
2019

Organizing prosumers into electricity trading communities: Costs to attain electricity transfer limitations and self‐sufficiency goals

Verena Heinisch, Mikael Odenberger, Lisa Göransson et al
International Journal of Energy Research. Vol. 43 (13), p. 7021-7039
Journal article
2015

Effects of power-to-gas on power systems: A case study of Denmark

Verena Heinisch, Anh Tuan Le
IEEE PES PowerTech 2015, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, 29 June - 2 July 2015, p. Article no. 7232587-
Paper in proceedings

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2015–2018

New networks of power: on the emergence, diffusion and impact of alternative electricity system architectures

Björn Sandén Environmental Systems Analysis
Mikael Odenberger Energy Technology
Verena Heinisch Energy Technology
Kristina Hojcková Environmental Systems Analysis
Swedish Energy Agency

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