Dr. Johannes Reichl

Senior Project Manager, Key Scientist

Johannes Reichl ist Projektleiter am Energieinstitut der Johannes Kepler Universität Linz. Er hat im Jahr 2009 im Fachbereich Statistik an der Johannes Kepler Universität Linz promoviert. Seine Forschung beschäftigt sich mit der Entwicklung von Methoden und Tools für ein besseres Verständnis der Rolle von Haushalten in die, sowie Methoden und Tools zur Analyse der ökonomischen Auswirkungen neuer Technologien im Energiebereich.

Johannes Reichl leitet derzeit die EU H2020 Forschungsprojekte „establishing Community Renewable Energy Webs“ (eCREW) und „Citizens Acting on Mitigation Pathways through Active Implementation of a Goal-setting Network“ (CAMPAIGNers), und war der Leiter des EU H2020 Forschungsprojektes PEAKapp (Personal Energy Administration Kiosk application).

Des Weiteren ist er leitender Entwickler des Softwaretools www.blackout-simulator.com, das eine Abschätzung der ökonomischen Schäden durch Stromausfälle im europäischen Stromnetz erlaubt. Johannes Reichl hat seine Forschungsergebnisse zur Versorgungssicherheit mit Energie in führenden Fachzeitschriften sowie 2 Büchern veröffentlicht.

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Mckenna, R., Abad Hernando, D., ben Brahim, T. S., Bolwig, S., Cohen J. J. & Reichl, J. (2021). Analyzing the energy system impacts of price-induced demand-side-flexibility with empirical data. Journal of Cleaner Production; 279, 123354.

Reichl, J. (2020). Estimating marginal likelihoods from the posterior draws through a geometric identity. Monte Carlo Methods and Applications; 26, 205-221.

Bastida, L, Cohen, J. J., Kollmann, A., Moya, A. & Reichl, J. (2019). Exploring the role of ICT on household behavioural energy efficiency to mitigate global warming. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews; 103, 455 – 462.

Azarova, V., Cohen, J. J., Friedl, C., & Reichl, J. (2019). Designing local renewable energy communities to increase social acceptance: Evidence from a choice experiment in Austria, Germany, Italy and Switzerland. Energy Policy; 132, 1176 – 1183.

Cohen, J. J., Azarova, V., Kollmann, A., & Reichl, J. (2019). Q-complementarity in household adoption of photovoltaics and electricity-intensive goods: The case of electric vehicles. Energy Economics; 83, 567 – 577.

Azarova, V., Engel, D., Ferner, C., Kollmann, A., & Reichl, J. (2018). Exploring the impact of network tarifs on household electricity expenditures using load profiles and socio-economic characteristics. Nature Energy; 3, 317 – 325.

Cohen, J., Moeltner, K., Reichl, J. & Schmidthaler, M. (2018). Effect of global warming on willingness to pay for uninterrupted electricity supply in European nations. Nature Energy, 3, 37–45.

Cohen, J. J., Moeltner, K., Reichl, J. & Schmidthaler, M. (2018). Valuing electricity-dependent infrastructure: An essential-input approach. Energy Economics; 73, 258 – 273.

Cohen, J. J., Moeltner, K., Reichl, J. & Schmidthaler, M. (2016). Linking the Value of Energy Reliability to the Acceptance of Energy Infrastructure: Evidence from the EU. Resource and Energy Economics; 45, 124 – 143.

Friedl, C. & Reichl, J. (2016). Realizing energy infrastructure projects – A qualitative empirical analysis of local practices to address social acceptance. Energy Policy; 89, 184 – 193.

Graf, F., Heneka, M., Zauner, A., Böhm, H., Tichler, R., Cohen, J., Friedl, C., Reichl, J. (2021). Ökologische, wirtschaftliche und sozioökonomische Bewertung von PtG-Technologien. In: Power-to-Gas – Grundlagen, Konzepte, Lösungen. Frank Graf, René Schoof, Markus Zdrallek (Ed.), Vulkan Verlag, Essen, ISBN 978-3-8356-7445-5.

Reichl, J. (2020). ACER Workshop on VoLL Methodology 2020, European Union Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER) regarding the implementation of EU Directive 2019/943, virtual.

Reichl, J. (2017).Cybersecurity in the Energy Sector – Regulatory Policy Workshop Series 2017; European Commission / Florence School of Regulation, Florence, Italy.

Reichl, J. (2016).Smart Energy Grids Security Requirements: Economic, Legal and Societal Aspects – Invited Policy Maker Workshop 2016; European Parliament, Brussels, Belgium.

Reichl, J. (2014).OSCE Economic and Environmental Activities Expert Workshop – Sharing Best Practices to Protect Electricity Networks from Natural Disasters 2014; OSCE, Vienna, Austria.

Reichl, J. (2014).IEEE Power & Energy Society – 2014 Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Conference (ISGT); Washington DC, USA.

Reichl, J. (2014).Socio-Economic and Legal Challenges for Future Electricity Supply Security – Invited Policy Maker Workshop 2014; Austrian Federal Chancellery, Vienna, Austria.

Reichl, J. (2013).CesIfo Summer Institute 2013; Venice, Italy. Political Economy and Instruments of Environmental Politics.

Reichl, J. (2012).Emerging Malicious Threats to Electricity Infrastructure: Awareness and Preparedness of Professionals in TSOs and National Security Agencies – Invited Workshop 2012; European Commission, Directorate-Generale for Home Affairs, Brussels, Belgium.