Further training »Basics for Energy Economics«

This seminar provides a comprehensive overview of legal foundations of the national and European energy industry as well as energy logistic processes and energy system modeling with associated scenario analyses.In addition, funding programs are presented that stimulate and accompany the transformation towards a climate-friendly energy system.

Practical examples and interactive tasks are used to continuously establish the practical relevance. The seminar thus creates a sound basis for better understanding and classifying energy industry topics.

This expanded knowledge helps you to better understand regulatory requirements and provides a solid basis for further seminars from the "Energy Data Scientist" series.

Online or in Person
Certificate of attendance
access Requirements
No special requirements necessary
Dates, registration deadline and location
  • → November 23 + 24, 2023 (registration deadline up to and including 10.11.2023)
→ Mon 13.11.2023 - Online Session Seminar Kick-Off → Fri 16.11.2023 - Online Q and A Session → Thu 23.11.2023 - Face-to-face event in Munich → Fri 24.11.2023 - Face-to-face event in Munich
→ 2150 €
More infos
  • The number of participants is limited to 15 persons per appointment
Event location
Hansastraße 32 80686 München

The seminar "Basics for Energy Economics" is aimed at: Engineers, employees from management, portfolio management, trading, energy informatics, procurement, sales, power plant operation planning, grid operation or energy data management from the industries: Energy supply and energy service companies, municipal utilities, energy-intensive industry and management consultancies.


In the seminar "Basics for Energy Economics" we will cover the following topics:

  • Legal basics of energy law and introduction to electricity and gas markets
  • Introduction to market players, role models and selected market processes
  • Energy data management from basics to processes in the electricity and gas market
  • Introduction of different support instruments and their strategic developments
  • Introduction to energy system modeling
  • Introduction to energy trading
  • Knowledge about current results of Fraunhofer research and methods of time series forecasting, optimization and energy economics
  • Application-oriented knowledge transfer
  • Use of different methods from the energy sector and evaluation of the results
  • Direct applicability of what has been learned in everyday working life
  • Provision of learning materials on the topics taught
  • Exchange of experience between participants and Fraunhofer experts in a pleasant learning environment

Weitere Informationen zu der Seminarreihe »Energy Data Scientist« erhalten Sie hier.