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Applying for bocconi university here’s what you need to know.
Bocconi applicants should have high ambitions for when they graduate (Credit: Universita Bocconi Facebook)
If you’re applying for one of Bocconi University’s Masters of Science programs, here’s what you need to know about the admissions process
By Simon Lovick
Sat Sep 11 2021
For Master’s degree programs, Bocconi University remains one of the most coveted names. The Milan-based school offers a diverse set of 13 Master of Science (MSc) programs, including high ranking master’s in management and master of finance programs.
But what is Bocconi looking for in prospective master’s candidates?
Here’s what you need to know about applying for a Bocconi Master's, and how you can make your application stand out.
What does the Bocconi Master’s admissions process involve?
For its Master’s offerings, Bocconi holds separate application rounds for internal applicants, Italian applicants, and international applicants. For international students, there are five application rounds, between mid September and the end of May.
Admissions are conducted on a rolling basis, meaning that each application is considered as it comes in. Given that there are 13 degree programs on offer, applicants are allowed to apply to a maximum of five masters degrees.
You can reapply once over the course of the academic year, meaning those rejected earlier on will get a second chance. “The sooner you apply, the more chances you have, and the better your chances will be,” explains Paolo Cancelli, director of student affairs at Bocconi.
The school identifies three main elements when looking at candidates.
First, the school looks at GMAT or GRE score, as an objective, quantitative way to compare applications. Applicants only need to supply their overall score, rather than individual section scores. This is then compared alongside your academic background, namely through grade point average (GPA) of your bachelor’s degree.
It's a combination of these two aspects which give program directors a rounded, holistic view of how candidates will be able to perform academically.
The third part is the resume and personal statement which candidates must submit. This gives program directors a good insight into your experience and suitability for the programs which you’ve applied for.
Certain programs will ask applicants either for a video presentation or an interview. This gives you the chance to talk more openly and candidly about yourself, and to deepen your profile. You’re given certain questions to answer, with a set amount of time to respond.
Interested in finding out more about getting into Bocconi? Sign up for our webinar , with a chance to ask your questions directly to Paolo, and current master’s students.
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What are Bocconi program directors looking for in applicants?
Through the different aspects of the application, Bocconi’s program directors will be looking for certain things in their applicants.
Suitability, for one. Candidates should take time to demonstrate why they are a good fit not just for the school, but for the specific MSc program which they are applying for.
“We look for coherence in terms of previous professional or academic experience in the field that they are enrolling in, that would help us see why they’d be a good fit,” Paolo says.
Paolo recommends that candidates should put time into understanding what they’ll get out of the two year program. “Look at the prerequisites given, the core courses and electives, to make sure you have the requirements to cope with the program if admitted.”
Motivation is linked to this, as it is important for candidates to demonstrate to the school the reasons why you are applying to their particular program.
Paolo believes this is even more important at the master’s level compared to bachelor’s degrees. Applicants have to be sure that they have the right motivations for continuing their studies—otherwise this could hurt their prospects of employability.
Given you can apply for up to five programs at Bocconi at once, Paolo recommends not to choose wildly different programs, as this may give the impression of a lack of intentionality.
Motivation is strongly linked to ambition. The decision to study a master’s should be part of a coherent, ambitious career plan, and candidates should make this clear in their application. Bocconi isn’t looking for candidates who are doing a master’s for the sake of it.
“We convey the message that it isn’t the next two years you lose. By taking a MSc program at Bocconi, you’ll have a safer landing into the job market,” Paolo says.
Diversity is of great importance to Bocconi, in terms of gender, nationality, and industry background. Through different financial grants and awards, Bocconi aims to attract more exceptional candidates who fall into underrepresented groups, such as female applicants or candidates from a STEM background.
How can you make your Bocconi master's application stand out?
As one of the most renowned business schools in Europe, Bocconi has a large quantity of applications for its masters programs. Paolo stresses, however, that there are a few things that candidates can do to stand out.
Doing research can stand you in really good stead as an applicant, as it will show your enthusiasm for that particular program.
“We provide plenty of opportunities to interact with current students and course directors. You need a clear understanding of the contents of the programs, and career opportunities for once you’ve left the programs,” Paolo says.
It’s important that candidates tailor their responses specifically to Bocconi. Conversely, they tend not to like candidates who give generic responses, which have often been copied and pasted from applications for other business schools.
“You should take your time. Even just one word could be read in the wrong way. We are somehow receiving applications for top students, from Europe and around the world, so we have quality applicants to choose among.”
But beyond grades, GMAT scores, and job experience, Bocconi are looking for something a little bit different in candidates—experiences that show they are unique and haven’t just taken the conventional route in life.
“What we’re really looking for is someone who has somehow challenged themself in their life, by taking particular hard roads (not shortcuts), or by gaining some particular experiences in their life.”
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The Global Energy Transition Toward Decarbonization
Milan, 24-27 july 2023 – bocconi university.
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Program of the 18th IAEE European Conference – 2023
July 24 I July 25 I July 26 I July 27 I
Monday, July 24, 2023
13.00 Registration 10.00-18.00 IAEE Council meeting 14.00-18.30 PhD Day Seminars
19.00-20.30 Welcome Reception 21.00-23.00 IAEE Council Dinner 21.00-23.00 Students Happy Hour
Tuesday, July 25, 2023
09.00 -17.00 Registration 09.00 -11.00 Coffee and refreshments
09.00 -10.30 Opening Session
Francesco Billari , Rector Bocconi University GREEN (video), Jean-Michel Glachant , IAEE President Matteo Di Castelnuovo AIEE President Marco Percoco , Associate Professor, Department of Social and Political Sciences and Director of the GREEN Research Center, Bocconi University, Conference General Chair Carlo Andrea Bollino , Chair of the Scientific Committee, Professor University of Perugia, Italy
Kadri Simson , EU Commissioner for Energy – registered video message
Giuseppe Zafarana , President of Eni, Italy
Keynote speakers: Adnan Shihab-Eldin , former Acting Secretary General and Director of the Research Division of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and former Director General of the Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Sciences 2011-2021. He is also a research associate at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies >>> PRESENTATION Fatih Birol , Executive Director of the IEA – (video conference)
Gilberto Pichetto Fratin, Minister of Environment and Energy Security (registered video message to the participants)
IAEE AWARDS PRESENTATION
10.30 -12.00 – 1st cycle of concurrent sessions – n. 01-10 (1h.30′ each)
1. Hydrogen technology applications: some environmental and economic aspects Chair: Deok-Joo LEE, Director LEESA, Seoul National University, South Korea
Optimal investment strategies for hydrogen mobility infrastructure considering indirect network effects and competitions Presenter: Saedaseul Moon, Seoul National University, Korea Authors: Saedaseul Moon, Deok-Joo Lee >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Spatial Incentives for Power-to-hydrogen through Market Splitting Presenter: Marco Sebastian Breder, University of Duisburg-Esse, Germany Author: Marco Sebastian Breder, Felix Meurer, Michael Bucksteeg, Christoph Weber >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
A Merit-Order for End-Uses of Hydrogen Presenter: Maryam Sadighi, Université Paris-Saclay, Université d’Évry, ENGIE Research and Innovation, France Author: Albin Kasser, Maryam Sadighi >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
2. The future of electric mobility Chair: Amela Ajanovic, Professor Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Increasing Electrical Vehicle Adoption with personalized nudging Presenter: Ursa Bernardic, ETH Zurich, Switzerland Authors: Jonas Savelsberg, Ursa Bernardic, Davide Cerruti, Masssimo Filippini, Giuseppe Ugazio >>> ABSTRACT
May I? Enabling the sharing of private charging infrastructure Presenter: Paul Fabianek, Institute for Future Energy Consumer Needs and Behavior (FCN), RWTH Aachen University, Germany Authors: Paul Fabianek, Rüdiger von Nitzsch, Reinhard Madlener >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Innovative local energy concepts with e-mobility charging for residential buildings Presenter: Jana Schneeloch, Fraunhofer UMSICHT, Germany Authors: Jana Schneeloch, Ziqian Wang >>> ABSTRACT
Early electrifiers: individual profile and impact of the energy crisis Presenter: Alessandra Motz, Università della svizzera italiana, Italy Authors: Alessandra Motz, Stefano Scagnolari >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
3. The Oil & Gas sector Chair: Priscilla Adamma Ekpe, Vice President (M & L) Nigeria Association for Energy Economics, Nigeria
The long-term costs of delaying carbon taxation in the oil sector Presenter: Léo Jean, Paris School of Economics, France Author: Léo Jean >>> ABSTRACT One great pool, but with varying depth: dynamic efficiency of global crude oil markets Presenter: Sania Wadud, Department of Economics, University of Essex, UK Authors: Sania Wadud, Kingsley E. Dogah, Marc Gronwald >>> ABSTRACT Station Heterogeneity and Asymmetric Gasoline Price Responses Presenter: Emmanuel Asane-Otoo, Institute of Economics, University of Oldenburg, Germany Authors: Emmanuel Asane-Otoo, Bernhard C. Dannemann >>> ABSTRACT
4. Electricity market: economics and design Chair: Lucia Visconti Parisio, Professor Bicocca University, Italy
Assessment of regional peer-to-peer electricity trading Presenter: César De Jesús Tábora, Offenburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany Authors: César De Jesús Tábora, Sourabh Somwanshi, Niklas Hartmann >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Reserve prices in renewable-based power system Presenter: Laureen Deman, Univ. Grenoble Alpes, France Authors: Laureen Deman, Cédric Clastres, Afzal S. Siddiqui, Quentin Boucher >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Optimal Arbitrage with Limit Orders in Day-Ahead Electricity Markets Presenter: Takuji Matsumoto, Kanazawa University, Japan Author: Takuji Matsumoto, Derek Bunn >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Risks and incentives for gaming in electricity redispatch markets Presenter: Christine Brandstätt, Constructor University Bremen; Copenhagen School of Energy Infrastructure, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark Authors: Anna Pechan, Christine Brandstätt, Gert Brunekreeft, Martin Palovic >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
5. Energy communities: aspects and considerations Chair: Chiara Candelise, Professor, Bocconi University
The energy community and the grid Presenter: Julien Jacqmin, Neoma Business school, France Authors: Julien Jacqmin, Axel Gautier and Jean-Christophe Poudou >>> ABSTRACT
Local Energy Communities: valuing flexibility for power market design and grid investment planning Presenter: Mirindra Andriantsilavina, Nantes University, France Authors: Mirindra Andriantsilavina, Rodica Loisel, Lionel Lemiale, Jean-François Rambaud, Julien Moreau >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
A framework for multiple-participation in Energy Communities Presenter: Ivan Mariuzzo, University School for Advanced Studies IUSS Pavia, Italy Authors: Ivan Mariuzzo, Bernadette Fina, Stefan Stroemer >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Welfare implications of renewable energy communities. individual versus collective approach Presenter: Rodica Loisel, University of Nantes; France Authors: Rodica Loisel, Lionel Lemiale >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION >>> PAPER
6. Nuclear energy: what’s new? Chair: Machiel Mulder, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Economic value of nuclear power in future energy systems; required subsidy in various scenarios regarding future renewable generation and electricity demand Presenter: Machiel Mulder, University of Groningen, The Netherlands Authors: Machiel Mulder, Arjen Veenstra >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
The Economics of Flexible Nuclear Generation in Low-Carbon Power Systems: a Stochastic Dual Dynamic Programming Approach Presenter: Ange Blanchard, Université Paris-Saclay, CentraleSupélec, Industrial Engineering Research Department, France Authors: Ange Blanchard, Olivier Massol >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Lessons for the Organization of Nuclear Decommissioning from the UK and the US: Risks, Challenges, and Opportunities Presenter: Alexander Wimmers, Workgroup for Infrastructure Policy, TU Berlin, Germany Authors: Alexander Wimmers, Christian von Hirschhausen >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
7. The effect of Covid on green economy cancelled
8. Energy storage: roles and competitiveness Chair: Iain Staffell, Professor Imperial College London, UK
The system-value of competing energy storage Presenter: Maximilian Parzen, University of Edinburgh, UK Author: Maximilian Parzen >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Assessing Potential of Electrified Transport for Enhancing Flexibility in Integrated Renewable Energy Systems Presenter: Parinaz Aliasghari, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway Authors: Parinaz Aliasghari, Leonard Göke >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
The role of storage and hedging in risk-averse electricity markets equilibrium Presenter: Sining Liu, Paul Scherrer Institute and ETH Zurich, Switzerland Author: Sining Liu >>> ABSTRACT
The evolving competitive landscape for energy storage technologies over the coming decade Presenter: Iain Staffell, Imperial College London, UK Authors: Iain Staffell, Oliver Schmidt >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
9. Energy & Economy: some experiences Chair: Lin Zhang, Professor City University of Hong Kong, China
Cofinancing and infrastructure project outcomes in Chinese overseas development finance Presenter: Yangsiyu Lu, Paris School of Economics, France Authors: Yangsiyu Lu, Cecilia Springer, Bjarne Steffen >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Local employment creation through clean electricity generation – an analysis for Brazil and a staggered difference-in-difference approach Presenter: Swaroop Rao, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI, Germany Authors: Swaroop Rao, David Grover, Dorothée Charlier >>> ABSTRACT
Lessons from municipal networks for mutual support: Empowering municipalities to lead the transition towards a low-carbon society Presenter: Sven Alsheimer, Fraunhofer ISI, Germany Authors: Sven Alsheimer, Uta Burghard, Markus Fritz >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION >>> PAPER
Long-term impact of increasing fossil fuel prices and market design on the market values of wind and solar power Presenter: Thorsten Weiskopf, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany Authors: Thorsten Weiskopf, Florian Zimmermann, Emil Kraft >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION >>> PAPER
10. Energy & Economy: some experiences cancelled
12.00-13.00 Dual Plenary Sessions
Energy Transition: the EU Roadmap to 2050
Chair: Alberto Biancardi, Director of studies and international relations · GSE (The Energy Service System Operator), Italy*
Reinhard Madlener , Full Professor of Energy Economics and Management, Director, Institute for Future Energy Consumer Needs and Behavior (FCN), School of Business and Economics / E.ON Energy Research Center, RWTH Aachen University Aurelien Peffen , Enerdata Global Energy Forecasting Department, France (confirmed) Iacopo Savelli , Bocconi University, Italy
Financing the Energy Transition
Chair: Peter Hartley, George A. Peterkin Professor of Economics at Rice University, Rice Scholar of Energy Economics at the Baker Institute, USA
Susanna Dorigoni , Professor of energy and environmental economics, Bocconi and Bicocca Universities, Italy >>> PRESENTATION Luciano Lavecchia, Climate change and sustainability hub, Banca d’Italia >>> PRESENTATION Claudio Petrolini , Vice President, Cubico Sustainable Investment, Italy >>> PRESENTATION
13.00 -14.30 Lunch buffet
14.30-15.30 Dual Plenary Sessions The hydrogen role for the clean energy revolution
Chair: Carlo Andrea Bollino , Professor University of Perugia, Italy
Alessandro Lanza , Executive Director Eni Foundation “Enrico Mattei”, Italy ** Giovanna Pozzi , Head of Renewables Development Hydrogen BU, Snam, Italy >>> PRESENTATION Michael Strebl , CEO of WIENENERGIE, Austria >>> PRESENTATION Gianluca Valenti, Associate Professor in Energy Engineering,Politecnico di Milano, Italy
The social impact of energy transition
Chair: Christophe Bonnery , President of the French Association for Energy Economics, Programme Director, Paris School of Economics
Chiara Candelise , Researcher at GREEN and ICEPT and Imperial Centre for Energy Policy and Technology, Imperial College London >>> PRESENTATION Charles Mason , Chair in Petroleum and Natural Gas Economics in the Department of Economics and Associate Dean for Research in the College of Business at the University of Wyoming, USA Barbara Terengh i, Executive Vice President Sustainability & CEO’s Office Director, Edison >>> PRESENTATION
15.30 -17.00 – 2nd cycle of concurrent sessions – n. 11-20 (1h.30′ each)
11. Hydrogen: case studies (1) cancelled
12. Electrification aspects in road transport Chair: Haluk Sayar, Founder Board Member, Vice President, AVERE European Association for Electromobility Turkiy e
The value of vehicle-to-grid for the Swiss electricity system Presenter: Ambra Van Liedekerke, ETHZ, Switzerland Authors: Ambra Van Liedekerke, Marius Schwarz, Blazhe Gjorgiev, Giovanni Sansavini >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Climate change impacts on public policy governing Turkish electric vehicle market development Presenter: Haluk Sayar, AVERE Turkiye Electro Mobility Association, Turkey Authors: Haluk Sayar, B. Cem Avci >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Environmental valuation of the benefits of electric vehicles and their cost benefit analysis in developing countries in the case of Turkey Presenter: Cem Tiranlar, Boğaziçi University, Turkey Authors: Cem Tiranlar, Cem Avci >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Emerging inquiries in the electric vehicle battery materials sector: synthesis of key themes and agenda for energy economics research Presenter: Rubal Dua, KAPSARC, Saudi Arabia Author: Rubal Dua >>> ABSTRACT
13. Oil & Gas: some experiences Chair: Christian von Hirschhausen, Professor Berlin University of Technology (TU Berlin), Germany *
Development of future cross-border pipelines in the Black Sea – A legal perspective Presenter: Ada Maria Butnaru, Volciuc-Ionescu Law Firm, Alumni of University of Groningen, Romania Author: Ada Maria Butnaru >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION >>> PAPER
Modeling the Long-Term Demand of Oil Emerging from Petrochemical feedstocks Worldwide Presenter: Raed Al-Mestneer, KAPSARC, Saudi Arabia Authors: Raed Al-Mestneer, Carlo Andrea Bollino >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Expanding natural gas cross-border flows in Europe through the optimal use of the pipeline grid: a stylized model comparison Presenter: Christian von Hirschhausen, Berlin University of Technology (TU Berlin), and German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin), Germany Authors: Christian von Hirschhausen, Nikita Moskalenko, Lukas Barner, Franziska Holz, Konstantin Löffler, Björn Steigerwald >>> ABSTRACT
Long-term development of European natural gas markets – scenario analysis using the global gas model (GGM) Presenter: Lukas Barner, Technische Universität Berlin, German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin), Germany Authors: Lukas Barner, Ruud Egging-Bratseth, Franziska Holz, Claudia Kemfert, Björn Steigerwald, Christian von Hirschhausen >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
14. Electricity market: case studies Chair: Fulvio Fontini, Professor, University of Padua, Italy
A restructured Moroccan electricity market and its interaction with the Iberian power market Presenter: Anas Damoun, University of the Basque Country, UPV EHU, Spain Authors: Anas Damoun, Aitor Ciarreta , Maria Paz Espinosa >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Lithuanian long-term electricity market price predictions based on regression analysis and natural gas futures Presenter: Mindaugas Cesnavicius, Lithuanian Energy Institute, Laboratory of Energy Systems Research, Lithuania Authors: Mindaugas Cesnavicius, Inga Konstantinaviciute >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
The EU electricity markets under reform: consensus, disagreements and unknowns Presenter: David Ribó-Pérez, TU Delft, The Netherlands Authors: David Ribó-Pérez, Laurens de Vries, Kenneth Bruninx >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
15. Energy communities: some applications Chair: Nicola Sorrentino, Professor, University of Calabria, Italy
Typologies of energy community initiatives and their social implications Presenter: Bernadette Fina, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, Austria Authors: Bernadette Fina, Selin Yilmaz, Frederike Ettwein, Na Li, Andrea Werner >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Measuring sustainable development in energy communities: Policy implications for sustainable and optimized community behaviour Presenter: Matthias Maldet, Technial University of Vienna, Austria Authors: Matthias Maldet, Georg Lettner, Daniel Schwabeneder, Christoph Loschan >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Energy and decarbonization scenarios of local renewable energy communities: Berchidda municipality Presenter: Nicolás Pardo-García, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GbmH, Austria Author: Nicolás Pardo-García >>> ABSTRACT
16. Nuclear Energy: some experiences Chair: Adnan Shihab-Eldin, KAPSARC, Saudi Arabia
Nuclear Support Schemes in Dynamic U.S. Electricity Markets Presenter: Muhammad Maladoh Bah, University of Basel, Germany Author: Muhammad Maladoh Bah >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Redevelopment trajectories of nuclear sites. the cases of Brunsbüttel and Fessenheim Presenter: Belinda Ravaz, School of Engineering and Management Vaud, HES-SO University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland, Switzerland Authors: Belinda Ravaz, Pierre-Henri Bombenger, Massimiliano Capezzali, Teva Meyer,Brice Martin >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Small Modular Reactors for a Net Zero World Presenter: Adnan Shihab-Eldin, KAPSARC, Saudi Arabia Authors: Noura Mansouri, Adnan Shihab-Eldin, Charles McCombie, Holger Rogner, Robert Budnitz, and Robert Schock. >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
17. Neutrality and energy independence Chair: Han Yan, Department of Economics, Center of Energy Studies, James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy, Rice University
The opportunity costs of environmental exclusion zones for renewable energy deployment Presenter: Paul Lehmann, University of Leipzig, Germany Authors: Paul Lehmann, Philip Tafarte >>> ABSTRACT
Working together, decarbonizing better? a relational view of collaborations for SCOPE 3 Presenter: Johanna Schulze-Berge, Technische Universität München, Germany Author: Johanna Schulze-Berge >>> ABSTRACT
Towards Carbon Neutrality and Energy Independence in Europe: Can New Storage and Renewables Push Fossil Fuels Out? Presenter: Milien Dhorne, Université Paris-Nanterre, France Authors: Milien Dhorne, Marc Baudry >>> ABSTRACT
18. Energy storage: case studies Chair: Iacopo Savelli, Green Research Centre, Bocconi University
Electricity storage probability in Western Balkan countries Presenter: Zejneba Topalović, Vienna University of Technology, Austria Author: Zejneba Topalović >>> ABSTRACT
Short and long term storage needs in the future power system: A case study of Austria Presenter: Marlene Sayer, TU Wien, Austria Authors: Marlene Sayer, Reinhard Haas, Amela Ajanovic >>> ABSTRACT
Multicriteria Analysis for Energy Storage Valuation: Economic Simulation of Energy Scenarios in Islands Grids Presenter: Antoine Ddebille, Nantes University, France Authors: Antoine Ddebille, Rodica Loisel >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
The effect of deploying large-scale energy storages in Italy Presenter: Iacopo Savelli, Bocconi University, Italy Authors: Iacopo Savelli, Marco Percoco >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION >>> PAPER
19. How to support green revolution: the role of economy Chair: Rodica Loisel, LEMNA Nantes University, France
The insurance value of renewable energies Presenter: Thibault Deletombe, Université Paris Dauphine-PSL and Institute for Research and Studies in Energy Economics (I-tésé), French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA), Université Paris-Saclay, France Authors: Thibault Deletombe, Hyun Jin Julie Yu, Patrice Geoffron >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
The Impact of Sustainable Innovation Finance on Global Climate Goals Presenter: Lena Schreiner, RWTH Aachen University, Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne, Germany Authors: Lena Schreiner, Reinhard Madlener >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
The role of state investment banks for renewable energy technologies in OECD countries Presenter: Paul Waidelich, ETH Zurich; Switzerland Authors: Paul Waidelich, Bjarne Steffen >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
20. The benefit of RES in the price formation Chair: Hans Auer, Associate Professor Energy System Economics at TU Wien, Austria
Net metering scheme for solar energy: how are costs and benefits distributed between households with and without solar panels? Presenter: Carlotta Masciandaro, University of Groningen, The Netherlands Authors: Carlotta Masciandaro,Michaela Kesina, Machiel Mulder >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Time is Money: the Social Benefits of Time-of-use Tariffs Presenter: Bowei Guo, Renmin University of China, China Authors: Bowei Guo, Ao Sun, Feng Song >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
How power prices and renewables’ market values differ between near-optimal future energy systems Presenter: Jonas Finke, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany Authors: Jonas Finke, Valentin Bertsch, Christoph Weber >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
17.00 -18.30 – 3rd cycle of concurrent sessions – n. 21-30 (1h.30′ each)
21. Hydrogen: case studies (2) Chair: Marzia Sesini, Course Director Senior Research Associate, Florence School of Regulation, Italy
Hydrogen in the European power sector – a case study on the impacts of regulatory frameworks for green hydrogen Presenter: Julian Radek, House of Energy Markets and Finance, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany Authors: Julian Radek, Marco Sebastian Breder, Christoph Weber >>> ABSTRACT
Hydrogen Strategy towards Energy Transition: Comparative Analysis of UK and Germany Presenter: Saheed Bello, Energy Policy Research Group, Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, UK Authors: Saheed Bello, David Reiner >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Assessing Hydrogen Economy Development in Egypt: Evaluation of Sustainable Hydrogen Production Technologies Using FAHP Analysis Presenter: Ibrahim Kshanh, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS), Japan Authors: Ibrahim Kshanh, Makoto Tanaka >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Assessing The Impact Of Climate Change On The Offshore Production of Green Ammonia Presenter: Luke Hatton, Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College Author: Luke Hatton >>> ABSTRACT
22. Impact of EVs in the transport sector Chair: Reinhard Haas, Professor, Vienna University of Technology (TU WIEN), Austria
On the future relevance of electric vehicles: pro’s and con’s Presenter: Amela Ajanovic, Vienna University of Technology (TU WIEN), Austria Authors: Amela Ajanovic >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Energy Cost Information and Electric Vehicle Purchase Decisions – Preliminary Results from a Large-scale Randomized Controlled Trial Presenter: Ivan Petrov, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland Authors: Ivan Petrov, James Carroll, Eleanor Denny >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
The Impact of the Weather on Electric Vehicle Fleet Demand Presenter: Daniel Mehlig, Imperial College London, UK Authors: Daniel Mehlig, Iain Staffell >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Driving change: exploring the potential of carbon pricing to accelerate electric vehicle adoption Presenter: Timm Hoefer, Technical University Munich, Germany Author: Timm Hoefer >>> ABSTRACT
23. Geopolitics and energy security: case studies Chair: Antonio Geracitano, Head of Relations with stakeholders and Academia,Terna, Italy
Is globalization, de jure and de facto, triggering capital flight in the African economies and making them a world’s environmental net creditor? Presenter : Patricia Leal, University of Beira Interior, Portugal Authors: Patricia Leal, António Cardoso Marques >>> ABSTRACT
The process and annual review report of Taiwan energy transition whitepaper Presenter: Ting-Hung Wang, Industrial Technology Research Institute, Taiwan Authors: Tunghung Chueh, Ting-Hung Wang, Hsiu Chuan Lin, Ming Lung Hung >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
The energy autonomy of reunion island confronted with land use conflicts Presenter: Nikolaos Papastefanakis, Mines Paris – PSL University, CMA – Centre for Applied Mathematics, France Authors: Nikolaos Papastefanakis, Valentin Russeil, Sandrine Selosse >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Strategies for net zero: tensions between environmental and economic goals for smaller regions Presenter: Kevin Connolly, University of Strathclyde, UK Authors: Kevin Connolly, David Comerford, Ciara Crummey >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
24. Retail electricity market Chair: Davide Tabarelli, President Nomisma, Italy
Enabling choice in a monopolistic retail electricity market Presenter: Héctor Ramírez, Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland Authors: Héctor Ramírez, Ingmar Schlecht, Ali Darudi >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Designing Efficient and Equitable Retail Rate for Distributed Energy Resources Presenter: Madalsa Singh, Stanford University, UK Authors: Madalsa Singh, Ines Azevedo, Bruce Cain >>> ABSTRACT
Exploring the impact of electric retail rates and network tariffs on decarbonising residential energy demand Presenter: Roman Hennig, TU Delft, The Netherlands Authors: Roman Hennig, Francesco Sanvito, David Ribó Pérez, Laurens de Vries, Stefan Pfenninger, Simon Tindemans >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
The impact of information policies and loyalty programs on consumer switching choices in energy retail markets Presenter: Hester Huisman, University of Groningen, The Netherlands Authors: Hester Huisman, Evert de Haan, Machiel Mulder, Jaap Wieringa >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
25. Energy efficiency in building (1) Chair: Mark Olsthoorn, Grenoble Ecole de Management Associate professor at GEM in Energy Management, Technology and Strategy, France
From awareness to action: Energy literacy and household energy use Presenter: Laura Andolfi, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg Authors: Laura Andolfi, Rawan Akkouch, Ivan Pavic >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION >>> PAPER
Household energy efficiency behaviours and investments in Egypt: the role of energy and financial literacy Presenter: Mark Olsthoorn, Grenoble Ecole de Management, France Authors: Hatem Azzam, Mark Olsthoorn, Joachim Schleich >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Acceptance of climate-oriented housing policies – a comparison between homeowners and tenants in Germany Presenter: Tom Schütte, Universität Kassel, Germany Authors: Tom Schütte,Thilo K. G. Haverkamp, Heike Wetzel, Andreas Ziegler >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Integrating demand-supply decarbonization efforts in the buildings sector: a modelling assessment for France Presenter: Célia Escribe, CIRED, France Authors: Authors: Célia Escribe, Lucas Vivier, Louis-Gaëtan Giraudet, Philippe Quirion >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
26. Solar energy Chair: Carlo Di Primio, AIEE Council member, Italy
Dynamic (Mis)allocation of Investments in Solar Energy Presenter: Nicolas Hatem, Paris School of Economics and Engie, France Authors: Nicolas Hatem, Nicolas Astier >>> ABSTRACT
Volatility in Solar Renewable Energy Certificates: Jumps and Fat Tails Presenter: Charles Mason, University of Wyoming, USA Authors: Charles Mason, Neil A. Wilmot >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Barriers affecting distributed solar PV generation in Chile: a developers’ perspective Presenter: Claudio Agostini, Universidad Adolfo Ibañez, Chile Authors: Shahriyar Nasirov, Paula Gonzalez, Jose Opazo, Claudio Agostini >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Techno-economic analysis of a building applied PV system Presenter: Mohammed Qannan, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals Dhahran, Saudi Arabia Authors: Muhammad Asif, Mohammed Qannan >>> ABSTRACT
27. Towards carbon neutrality Chair: Michele Governatori, Energy Program Lead, General Menager ECCO, Italy
How Pyrolysis as a Negative Emission Technology Can Guide the Expansion of the German Power System Toward Climate Neutrality Presenter: Anna Sandhaas, Offenburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany Authors: Anna Sandhaas, Meritxell Domènech Monfort, Anas Abuzayed, Niklas Hartmann >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
How Many Jobs the EU CBAM Can Save: A Regional Perspective Presenter: Sigit Perdana, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland Authors : Sigit Perdana, Marc Vielle >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
EU’s suggested carbon border adjustment mechanism – industrial effects for a small open economy within the coalition Presenter: Brita Bye, Statistics Norway, Norway Authors: Brita Bye, Kevin R. Kaushal, Halvor B. Storrøsten >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
EU Emission Trading and Aluminium Imports: Empirical Evidence for Carbon Leakage Presenter: Jacob Thrän, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Imperial College London, UK Author: Jacob Thrän >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION >>> PAPER
28. Energy storage: battery applications Chair: Andrea Biancardi, SDA Bocconi, Italy
Analysis of the value of additional flexibility provided by community battery storages for the German electricity system Presenter: Simon Koderer, Forschungsgesellschaft für Energiewirtschaft, Germany Authors: Simon Koderer, Michael Hinterstocker, Joachim Ferstl >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION >>> PAPER
Planning grid expansion with battery storage under renewables size and location uncertainties Presenter: Adrienne de Bazelaire, RTE & Université Paris Saclay, France Authors: Adrienne de Bazelaire, Yannick Perez (LGI), Vincent Rious (RTE), Kutluhan Pak (RTE), Olivier Massol (IFPEN) >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Multi-Objective Auctions for Utility-Scale Solar Battery Systems: Lessons for ASEAN and East Asia Presenter: Natsuko Toba, Energy Policy Research Group (EPRG) of the University of Cambridge, UK Authors: Natsuko Toba, Tooraj Jamasb, Luiz Maurer, Anupama Sen >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Storage batteries as both complements and substitutes to cross-border interconnections Presenter: Andrea Biancardi, SDA Bocconi School of Management, Italy Authors: Andrea Biancardi, Carla Mendes, Iain Staffell >>> ABSTRACT
29. Low carbon technologies: some economic aspects Chair: Luigi Samuele, Managing Partner, Horus Green Energy Investment, Italy
Market-Induced factors and dynamism in carbon dioxide emissions in selected three major economies of Sub-Saharan Africa Presenter: Nasir Aminu, Cardiff Metropolitan University, UK Authors: Nasir Aminu, Yi Wang, Mahe Shehu, Nick Clifton >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Differentiating the costs of capital for low-carbon technologies Presenter: Mak Đukan, ETH Zürich, Switzerland Author: Mak Đukan >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Understanding the similarities and differences in decarbonisation scenarios derived from different building stock models Presenter: Ece Özer, TU Wien – Energy Economics Group, Austria Authors: Ece Özer, Lukas Kranzl, Andreas Müller, Robin Krekeler, Sirin Alibas, Behnam Zakeri, Theofano Fotiou >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
30. Impact of RES in the electricity market Chair: Martin Densing, Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland
Weather conditions as challenge for the electricity systems of the future Presenter: Marius Goerge, Forschungszentrum Jülich – Institue of Energy and Climate Research – Department “Systems Analysis and Technology Evaluation, Germany Authors: Marius Goerge, Stefan Vögele, Andrew Ross >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Analysis of commissioning timelines of renewable energy projects Presenter: Anurag Gumber, ETH Zurich, Switzerland Authors: Anurag Gumber, Riccardo Zana, Bjarne Steffen >>> ABSTRACT
Improving flexibility procurement: options for product standardization Presenter: Sarah Fanta, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, Austria Authors: Sarah Fanta, Ksenia Tolstrup, Viktor Zobernig, Markus Riegler, Lukas Obernosterer >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Aggregation of intermittent renewables in energy market models: capturing correlations and extreme events Presenter: Martin Densing, Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland Authors: Martin Densing, Yi Wan >>> ABSTRACT >>> PRESENTATION
Wednesday, July 26, 2023
July 25, 2023
20.00-22.00 Gala Dinner
Officina 12 and Morganti restaurant , are two restaurants overlooking the lively and picturesque Alzaia Naviglio channel with internal gardens and a very particular inside space. A place that marries tradition and creativity where the history of old Milan meets a modern and international spirit.