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Adeline Gueret

Adeline Gueret

Research Associate & PhD student of the

Energy, Transportation, Environment Department

Contact

+49 30 89789 - 545
Research Topics and Working Areas
  • Energy transition
  • Power sector modeling
  • Transformation of the transport sector
Adeline Guéret is a PhD candidate at the DIW Graduate Center and TU Berlin. Her research focuses on topics related to the energy transition. More specifically, she uses modeling methods to better understand pathways that can lead to deeply decarbonize our economies. Prior to joining the Graduate Center in October 2020, she worked as a researcher at the French Economic Observatory (OFCE) to which she is still affiliated and where she took part in evaluating environmental and energy policies from a macroeconomic perspective. She also worked as a research assistant at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK). She holds a MSc. in Economics from Paris School of Economics (PSE) and a MSc. in Economics and Statistics from ENSAE ParisTech.

Publications

DIW Weekly Report 4/5 / 2024

The Energy Transition in France: Expansion of Renewables Stalling, Good Progress on Heat Pumps

2024| Adeline Guéret, Wolf-Peter Schill
DIW Wochenbericht 4 / 2024

Energiewende in Deutschland und Frankreich mit Unterschieden und Gemeinsamkeiten: Interview

2024| Adeline Guéret, Erich Wittenberg
DIW Wochenbericht 4 / 2024

Energiewende in Frankreich: Ausbau Erneuerbarer stockt, gute Fortschritte bei Wärmepumpen

2024| Adeline Guéret, Wolf-Peter Schill
DIW focus 10 / 2023

Mixed Mid-Term Review for German Traffic Light Coalition in the Energy Transition; Significant Effort Needed to Achieve Targets

2023| Wolf-Peter Schill, Alexander Roth, Adeline Guéret, Felix Schmidt
DIW aktuell ; 90 / 2023

Gemischte Halbzeitbilanz für Ampel bei Energiewende – Gute Fortschritte bei Photovoltaik, schwache Dynamik bei Elektromobilität und Windenergie

2023| Wolf-Peter Schill, Alexander Roth, Adeline Guéret, Felix Schmidt

Research Projects

Research Project

Open-source modeling of the future role of renewable hydrogen in Germany and Europe

Current Project| Energy, Transportation, Environment
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