Dr. Simon Moser

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Dr. Simon Moser first joined the Energieinstitut in 2008 and currently serves as Project Manager for the Energy Economics Department. Dr. Moser has a PhD in Social and Economic Science with a focus on industrial and environmental economics from the Johannes Kepler University Linz.  The Energieinstitut utilizes his expertise in the field of market design and stakeholder involvement to lead national and international projects. His main research interests are system issues relating to the decarbonisation of industry and district heating, cooperative energy services, alternative mobility, macroeconomic energy efficiency and cross-sectoral regulation.

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Moser, S., Puschnigg, S., Rodin, V. (2020). Designing the Heat Merit Order to determine the value of industrial waste heat for district heating systems. Energy, Volume 200, 1 June 2020, 117579.

Holzleitner, M.Th., Moser, S., Puschnigg, S. (2020). Evaluation of the impact of the new Renewable Energy Directive 2018/2001 on third-party access to district heating networks to enforce the feed-in of industrial waste heat. Utilities Policy, Volume 66, October 2020, 101088.

Moser, S., Lassacher, S. (2020). External use of industrial waste heat – An analysis of existing implementations in Austria. Journal of Cleaner Production, Volume 264, 10 August 2020, 121531.

Baresch, M., Moser, S. (2019). Allocation of e-car charging: Assessing the utilization of charging infrastructures by location. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, Volume 124, June 2019, Pages 388-395.

Moser, S., Mayrhofer, J.,  Schmidt, R.-R., Tichler, R. (2018). Socioeconomic cost-benefit-analysis of seasonal heat storages in district heating systems with industrial waste heat integration. Energy, Volume 160, 1 October 2018, Pages 868-874.

Moser, S., Leitner, K.-H., Rodin, V., Steinmüller, H. (2018). Energy efficiency in the energy-intensive industry. European Energy Journal 8(1):11.

Moser, S. (2015). Overestimation of savings in energy efficiency obligation schemes. Energy, Volume 121, 15 February 2017, Pages 599-605.

Moser, S. (2013). Poor energy poor: Energy saving obligations, distributional effects, and the malfunction of the priority group. Energy Policy, Volume 61, October 2013, Pages 1003-1010.

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