House of Energy Markets and Finance


Research in between: Energy and Finance


The House of Energy Markets and Finance explores the junction of energy and finance economics. The connection of energy economics and fiscal methods are unique in this context. Our member’s expertise and international visibility are the pillars the House of Energy Markets and Finance is based on. The centre of research offers a platform for scientific analysis and support of the energy system’s transformation. Our centre supports young academics in the fields of energy and finance economics and promotes interdisciplinary cooperation.

Goals and Ambition

The House of Energy Markets and Finance apires to be the leading research institution in Germany for research at the junction of energy and finance. It builds on the expertise and international visibility of its members. The existing competences of the participating departments at the University of Duisburg-Essen will be brought together to form a centre with international visibility, combining research and teaching into sustainable market and trade concepts.

The combination of energy economics and financial mathematics methods is unique. In addition, the centre will serve as a crystallisation point for further competences related to the energy market. In particular, the integration of environmental economic and financial expertise as well as the consideration of competences from general micro- and macroeconomics, computer science and engineering sciences are planned in this context. Building on existing teaching programmes and research projects, the centre offers a platform for economic analysis and monitoring of the transformation in the energy system. The House of Energy Markets and Finance wants to actively seek cooperation with companies, universities and research institutions.




Executive Board

MemberResearch group at UDE
Prof. Dr. Jutta GeldermannBusiness Administration and Production Management
Prof. Dr. Heiko JacobsFinance
Prof. Dr. Rüdiger KieselEnergy Trading and Finance
Prof. Dr. Michael LamlaMacroeconomics
Patrick SchwarzFinance (Representation of Employees)
Prof. Dr. Christoph Weber    Management Sciences and Energy Economics
Prof. Dr. Florian ZielAssistant Professor for Environmental Economics, esp. Economics of Renewable Energies


Advisory Committee

Dr. Clemence Alasseur EDF R&D
Prof. Dr. Fred Espen Benth Universität Oslo
Prof. Dr. Richard Green Imperial College Business School
Prof. Dr. Martin Hellmich Deloitte Audit Analytics
Stefan Judisch TRIMET Aluminium SE
Dr. Egbert Laege SEFE - Securing Energy for Europe
Dr. Andreas Schuler Vattenfall
Prof. Dr. Norbert Schwieters  Formerly PwC AG
Prof. Dr. Marliese Uhrig-Homburg FBV, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie


Former Advisory Committee

Andreas FeichtWSW Wuppertaler Stadtwerke GmbH
Alfred Geißler Steag GmbH
Prof. Dr. Justus Haucap  DICE, Universität Düsseldorf