Date: Tuesday, 6 November 2018
Time: 16:00 – 17:30 h
Location: Energy Academy Building
NOTE: For members of the Energy Community of Young Researchers only!
Topic: Electrification and its increasing gas demand, a scenario analysis for the Netherlands.
During our special Meet Up for the Energy Community of Young Researchers, professor Machiel Mulder will inspire you with the insights from Policy Papers 1, about the Energy transition and the electricity market. You”ll have the opportunity to share your vision and to get to know your fellow researchers!
Professor Machiel Mulder, Professor of Regulation of Energy Markets at the University of Groningen, will tell you everything about his research, his economic vision and gives you the possibility to share your vision during a 90 minute lecture. Within this lecture, he will inspire you with his insights from the Policy Papers 1: ‘Energy transition and the electricity market’. So if you want to know more about economics, energy and the recent developments, join this lecture and create your own opinion! Afterwards we have some bites and drinks to get to know each other.
16:00 Update about the Energy Community of Young Researchers
16:00 – 17.30 Lecture Prof. dr. Machiel Mulder (including Q&A)
17.30 – …… Bites and Drinks
Make sure you sign in for this meet up!
Do you want to prepare yourself for this meet up? Check out the following documents:
>Electrification of heating and transport. A scenario analysis for the Netherlands up to 2050
>Gas and the electrification of heating & transport: scenarios for 2050
Are you an ‘energy’ PhD candidate or young researcher and do you want to become a member of our community? You are welcome to join! Just send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof. dr. Machiel Mulder is professor of Regulation of Energy Markets in Groningen University since 2013. He finished his PhD in Economics, Erasmus University Rotterdam in 1994. His specialty is in energy economics, in particular the regulation of energy markets and the design of energy policies. His teaching activities include supervision of bachelor, master and PhD theses. And as a researcher, he published in many international journals like The Energy Journal, Energy Economics, Resource and Energy Economics, Journal of Competition Law & Economics, Renewable Energy and Energy Policy on the design of energy policy and energy markets. As director of the Centre for Energy Economics Research (CEER), he fosters energy-related research and education within the faculty of Economics and Business, and closely cooperates with energy colleagues within the UoG through the Groningen Energy and Sustainability Platform and the Energy Academy/ New Energy Coalition.