Center for Energy Markets

The Center for Energy Markets (CEM) at the Technical University Munich is dedicated at advancing research in the field of energy economics, including new developments around renewable energy and 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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Our vision is a global energy transition being supported with research and education.


Our academic mission is to contribute to this goal by

... Advancing the understanding of future energy industries and markets

... Bringing together economics, finance, and engineering to tackle real-world energy challenges


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

reev is a company for intelligent, scalable and custom-fit charging solutions

Consultant Position at Capgemini Invent's Energy and Utilities department

There is an open intern position at at Apricum – The Cleantech Advisory

There is an open project study in cooperation with Center for Houston’s Future on a cross-country comparison of factors that affect the demand and supply of H2

Open master's thesis topic "Damages of high-voltage vehicles" (Schadengeschehen bei Hochvoltfahrzeugen).  Read more details about the project outline and the research requirements here.

SUG Munich is offering an interesting job for students interested in energy markets procurement.

Magnus Schauf & Sebastian Schwenen's paper titled "Mills of progress grind slowly? Estimating learning rates for onshore wind energy" has now been published by the "Energy Economics" journal.

Lena Klaaßen & Christian Stoll's paper titled "Harmonizing corporate carbon footprints" has now been published by the "Nature Communications" journal.

Katrin Oesingmann's paper titled "The effect of the European Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) on aviation demand: An empirical comparison with the impact of ticket taxes" has now been published by the "Energy Policy" journal.