Center for Energy Markets

The Center for Energy Markets (CEM) at Technical University Munich is dedicated at advancing research on the global energy transition. Energy markets are at the heart of one of the biggest societal challenges of our time - creating a sustainable, reliable and affordable energy provision. CEM brings together economics, finance and engineering approaches to offer applied research contributions to topical real-world energy sector questions.

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Join Our Upcoming Seminar on "Challenges in Energy Markets" with E.ON Experts, Dr. Leonhard Birnbaum (CEO) and Burkhard v. Kienitz

We're seeking a motivated Doctoral Researcher focusing on pricing and investment to join the Center for Energy Markets at TUM.

Magnus Schauf & Sebastian Schwenen's paper titled "System price dynamics for battery storage" has now been published by the journal of “Energy Policy”.

Die Abteilung Energiewirtschaft von MVV sucht Sie für den Standort Mannheim als Referent Energiewirtschaft (m/w/d)

🌿 Dive into Sustainability at Hop Hallertau! 🌱 The TUM Center for Energy Markets (CEM) proudly presents an exclusive Project Study opportunity in collaboration with the award-winning startup, HopfON. Explore sustainable hop development, local energy production, and international trade prospects in…

We are seeking motivated master's or final year bachelor's students to join our research team for an exciting project study on the economic, environmental, and social impacts of metals & metals mining activities in the Global South. Collaborating with the prestigious Bureau of Economic Geology at…

Check here for the key findings of our recent sustainability project study in vehicle repair.

Stadtwerke München has a working student position in energy trading back office.

CEM invites applications for a Research Assistant (Wissenschaftliche Hilfskraft, 3 hours a week). Tasks and responsibilities include data and literature screening tasks, management of the CEM website and the administration of workshops or events held at CEM.

At the TUM Center for Energy Markets we are looking for master students for thesis titled "Can green hydrogen enable the sustainable growth in Europe? An industry perspective"