Verena Fluri studied Energy and Environmental Management at the University of Flensburg, Germany. Since March 2011, she has worked at the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems in Freiburg, Germany, now in the group “Energy Systems and Markets”. In her phd she analyzed the economic viability of decentralized renewable energy storage systems, e.g. PV home storage systems, landlord-to-tenant electricity projects and district storage systems. Currently she works on the effect of integrating prosumer and storage business models in the energy system and electricity grid. She is a member of the scientific steering committee of the International Renewable Energy Storage Conference IRES.
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