PersonDr. rer. pol., Professorin als Juniorprofessorin
Maria Mercedes MovsessianPh.D.
Energiemanagement in Entwicklungsländern
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Maria Movsessian joined the School of Business and Economics in August 2022 as Professor for Energy Management in Developing Countries. Professor Movsessian gained her doctoral degree at Flensburg’s Europa-Universität (EUF) on a Reiner Lemoine Foundation scholarship. Subsequently, she worked as a researcher at the University of Edinburgh in the Policy and Innovation Group, which focuses on techno-economic and socio-ecological analyses of innovative offshore technologies for renewable energy systems. Before coming to RWTH Aachen University, Professor Movsessian coordinated the Master’s degree program “Energy and Environmental Management – Developing Countries” at the Europa-Universität in Flensburg.
Professor Movsessian’s research and teaching addresses 100% renewable energy systems, energy justice, and energy democracy. She is particularly involved in exploring potential synergies between the different energy sectors by using a smart energy systems approach. This approach is intended to facilitate a fair energy transition and the achieving of sustainable development goals in the Global South.
- System integration und system simulation
- 100% renewable energy systems
- Techno-economic analysis of energy systems
- Energy justice and energy democracy
- Socio-technical energy transition in developing countries
- Vanegas-Cantarero, M. M., Pennock, S., Bloise-Thomaz, T., Jeffrey, H., & Dickson, M. J. (2022). Beyond LCOE: A multi-criteria evaluation framework for offshore renewable energy projects . In Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews , 161, 112307 .
- Pennock, S., Vanegas-Cantarero, M. M., Bloise-Thomaz, T., Jeffrey, H., & Dickson, M. J. (2022). Life cycle assessment of a point-absorber wave energy array. In Renewable Energy, 190, 1078-1088.
- Vanegas-Cantarero, M. M. (2021). Renewable Energy for Sustainable Development: Reviewing the Nicaraguan Energy Transition, Its Challenges and Opportunities. Shaker Verlag.
- OES (2020), Ocean Energy in Islands and Remote Coastal Areas: Opportunities and Challenges. IEA Technology Collaboration Programme for Ocean Energy Systems, www.ocean-energy-systems.org
- Vanegas-Cantarero, M. M. (2020). Of renewable energy, energy democracy, and sustainable development: A roadmap to accelerate the energy transition in developing countries. In Energy Research & Social Science, 70, 101716.
- Vanegas-Cantarero, M. M. (2019). Decarbonizing the transport sector: The Promethean responsibility of Nicaragua. In Journal of E nvironmental M anagement, 245, 311-321.
- Vanegas-Cantarero, M. M. (2018). Reviewing the Nicaraguan transition to a renewable energy system: Why is “business-as-usual” no longer an option?. In Energy P olicy, 120, 580-592.