Institut für Erneuerbare Energie
Main research interests:
- Photovoltaic systems reliability and environmental sustainability
- Techno-economic evaluation of large-scale photovoltaic applications
- Integration of large-scale flexible PV in energy systems
Elisa Veronese graduated in Energy Engineering in the year 2017 at the Free University of Bolzano - Università degli studi di Trento with a master thesis entitled "Competitiveness of PV systems in the current regulatory framework from an LCOE perspective". She started the PhD in the year 2018 with the Politecnico di Milano on the topic of improving the competitiveness of large-scale PV plants in future energy system scenarios analysing different strategies to improve their flexibility.
She is working as researcher at Eurac since the year 2015 in the field of photovoltaic systems. She contributed to the European Project "Solar Bankability" and some of its technical report. Her main research areas are the profitability and sustainability analysis of photovoltaic technologies and the modelling of energy scenarios with high PV penetration.
She is the main author of some scientific publications on the topic of economic profitability and environmental sustainability of PV plants.
EU LIFE IP - Null-Emissions-Dienstleistungen für eine dekarbonisierte AlpenwirtschaftDuration: December 2018 - December 2026Funding: