Large-scale heat storage | Heat planning | Model-based energy system analysis
Thomas Müller’s work at Hamburg Institut focuses on sustainable heat supply and large-scale heat storage systems as well as model-based energy system analyses.
Before joining Hamburg Institut, the engineer worked for several years as a student trainee in a consultancy firm specialising in energy efficiency and climate protection and as a research assistant. Most recently, parallel to his studies in sustainable energy supply at RWTH Aachen University, he worked as a student trainee at the Hamburg Institute and wrote his master’s thesis in cooperation with us. The topic was the integration of large-scale heat storage systems in district heating networks.
His consulting expertise:
- Large-scale heat storage
- Sustainable heat supply
- Model-based energy system analysis