Tim Tröndle is part of the Energy Transition Dynamics group where he analyses European energy policy goals. Based on a quantitative approach and using European energy system models, he investigates the implications and necessary trade-offs that policy goals like Europeanisation and energy efficiency come with. Tim is a PhD student in Energy Policy at ETH Zürich.
Prior to his work in academia, he has been leading a team designing solutions for the energy transition of small energy systems at a Berlin based grid and energy storage solution provider. The team delivered energy system designs with high renewable shares and their controls to supersede existing, fossil-fuel based energy supply. Tim holds a degree in Engineering Cybernetics.