Heat planning | Integrated energy systems | Sector coupling
Felix Landsberg works at Hamburg Institut, particularly in the area of heat planning, develops municipal climate protection scenarios and concepts and deals with integrated energy systems and sector coupling in the heat and electricity market. His diverse activities range from technical and economic analyses and simulation-based optimisation of energy concepts and scenarios to the preparation of action plans for political decision-making and upstream communication work. Felix Landsberg was also involved in the development of our scenario tool for municipal climate scenarios TOLIX. The studied energy expert likes to think through both technical and political projects from start to finish and addresses technical and communicative bottlenecks in the project process at an early stage. His experience and practical knowledge along the entire chain of project stages help him to do this.
In addition to advising customers and clients of Hamburg Institut, Felix Landsberg is also involved in the SolnetPlus research project of the climate protection initiative of the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety. Together with other project partners, Hamburg Institut is investigating solar heating networks and their potential in conjunction with recommendations for action for central market players.
Before joining Hamburg Institut, Felix Landsberg had already gained practical experience during an internship abroad in the field of wind power in Greece. He also worked as a student trainee in the areas of ground-mounted PV and wind, where he dealt with project development in Germany and project management for international PV and wind plants.
His consulting expertise:
- Heat planning
- Climate protection scenarios and concepts
- Sector coupling heat/electricity(market) – Optimisation models
- Neighbourhood concepts