Dana started as a PhD researcher within the ESIPP work package MSP1: “Integrated, Electricity, Gas and Water Modelling” in September 2017. She holds both a BSc and MSc in Economics from the University of Muenster, where she focused on energy and environmental economics in her master’s studies. She has previously worked as a research assistant at the Chair for Energy and Resource Economics of the University of Muenster. Within ESIPP, her research topics are the energy-water nexus in general and demand-side flexibilities from wastewater treatment plants in an integrated energy system in particular.
Funded by: ESIPP