Julius Paul Wesche, M.A.

Fraunhofer Institute for
Systems and Innovation Research ISI

Experience

Julius studied economics and management at the Hamburg School of Business Administration, 2006-2009, and gained work experience as a trainee at the German mail order company Otto GmbH & Co. KG. Following his bachelor’s thesis he completed internships at the German Bundestag, among others, and started his M.A. degree in Sustainability Economics with a concentration on the energy sector at the University of Kassel in 2010. Study visit at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA. In his master’s thesis he analyzed the acceptance of battery charging tariffs in the e-mobility. He joined the Competence Center Energy Policy and Energy Markets at Fraunhofer ISI as a research fellow in March 2014.

Work focus

  • Sustainability transitions in the community energy field

  • Technology-acceptance in the field of e-mobility and wind energy

Projects

Publications

Wesche, Julius P. (2017): Why does the heat transition in Germany happen so slowly? Comparative analysis of the German renewable heat sector and renewableelectricity sector – based on the TIS in Context framework, presentation at the STRN - PhDs in Transition conference, Lausanne.

Köhler, J.; Laws, N.; Renz, I.; Hacke, U.; Wesche, J.; Friedrichsen, N.;  Peters, A.; Niederste-Hollenberg, J.: Working Paper S 01/2017: Anwendung der Mehr-Ebenen-Perspektive auf Transitionen: Initiativen in den kommunal geprägten Handlungsfeldern Energie, Wasser, Bauen & Wohnen, Karlsruhe 2017.

Dallinger, D.; Kohrs, R.; Mierau, M.; Marwitz, S.; Wesche, J. (2017): Plug-in electric vehicles’ automated charging control: iZEUS Project. In: Technologies and applications for smart charging of electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles, pp 209-241.

Cludius, J.; Cook, V.; Förster, H.; Greiner, B.; Loreck, C.; Repenning, J.; Schumacher, K.; Duscha, V.; Eichhammer, W.; Friedrichsen, N.; Wesche, J.P.; Diekmann. J. (2016): Evaluierung und Weiterentwicklung des EU-Emissionshandels (EU-ETS-5), Climate Change 16/2016.

Wesche, J.; Plötz, P.; Dütschke, E. (2016): Working Paper S 07/2016: How to trigger mass market adoption of electric vehicles? Factors predicting interest in electric vehicles in Germany, Karlsruhe 2016.

Wesche, J.; Dütschke, E.; Schneider, U.: (2015): People vs. Windfarms? To what extent are strategies for public participation used to foster social acceptance in the European wind energy sector? EWEA Annual Event 2015. In: EWEA 2015 Paris. Europe's Premier Wind Energy Event. Scientific Proceedings, S. 99 - 103.

Dallinger, D.; Kohrs, R.; Mierau, M.; Marwitz, S.; Wesche, J. (2015): Working Paper S 04/2015: Plug-in electric vehicles automated charging control, Karlsruhe 2015.

Duscha, V.; Friedrichsen, N.; Wesche, J. (2015): Wirksamkeit des ETS in Deutschland anhand verfügbarer Produktions-, Brennstoff- und Emissionsdatei - Ergebnisse der kontrafaktischen Referenzentwicklung für die Klinkerproduktion. (UFOPLAN) (FKZ 3711 41 504). Umweltbundesamt, Dessau-Roßlau.

Dütschke, E.; Wesche, J.; (2015): Status quo of social acceptance strategies and practices in the wind industry. Deliverable 2.2, Overview of current social acceptance activities in the wind industry and gap analysis, WISE Power. WISE Power consortium.

Dütschke, E.; Wesche, J. (2014): Wind-acceptance. A userguide for developers and municipalities. Review of best practices, guidelines and toolkits on social acceptance in the wind energy sector. WISE Power deliverable 2.1. WISE Power consortium.

Wesche, J.; Dütschke, E. (2014): Integrating Demand Side Management with New Mobility. A Consumer Survey. Presentation at 10th Cosmobilities Network Conference and Mobile Art Exhibition, Copenhagen, November 2014.

Dütschke, E., Paetz, A.; Wesche, J. (2014): Integration Erneuerbarer Energien durch Elektromobilität - inwieweit sind Konsumenten bereit, einen Beitrag zu leisten? uwf UmweltWirtschaftsForum, , Volume 21, Issue 3, pp 233–242.

Dallinger, David et al. (2014): Netzintegration von erneuerbaren Energien und Akzeptanzstudien. Teilprojekt des Verbundvorhabens iZEUS (intelligent Zero Emission Urban System). Öffentlicher Abschlussbericht. Gefördert durch das Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Energie (BMWi). Karlsruhe 2014.