Andrzej Ceglarz is a doctoral researcher at the Technical University of Munich and a project manager at the Renewables Grid Initiative (RGI), where he works in the Sustainable Energy Transitions Laboratory (SENTINEL) project. Before that he worked at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) and he was a visiting fellow at Institute for Structural Research (Warsaw), Institute for European Studies (Brussels) and European University Institute (Florence). His research interests lie in climate and energy policies (with a focus on Poland, Germany and the EU), social acceptability of energy infrastructure, and transdisciplinarity in the field of energy.
Richard J. Hewitt et al. 2019. “Social Innovation in Community Energy in Europe: A Review of the Evidence,” Frontiers in Energy Research (April 2019).
Andrzej Ceglarz, Rasmus E. Benestad & Zbigniew W. Kundzewicz. 2018. “Inconvenience versus Rationality: Reflections on Different Faces of Climate Contrarianism in Poland and Norway,” Weather, Climate, and Society (September 2018).
Andrzej Ceglarz, Andreas Beneking, Saskia Ellenbeck & Antonella Battaglini. 2017. “Understanding the role of trust in power line development projects: Evidence from two case studies in Norway,” Energy Policy (November 2017).
Saskia Ellenbeck, Andreas Beneking, Andrzej Ceglarz, Peter Schmidt & Antonella Battaglini. 2015. “Security of Supply in European Electricity Markets—Determinants of Investment Decisions and the European Energy Union,” Energies (June 2015).