Julian Thiele

Julian Thiele

Scientific employee (PhD candidate)


Max-von-Laue-Straße 1
28359 Bremen
Bulding WIWI 2, Room F 2080

Phone: +49 (0)421 218-66636


• Renewable Energy
• Sustainability
• Environmental Innovation and Environmental Economics

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Since June 2020 Julian Thiele is Research Assistant and PhD candidate at the working group of Prof. Dr. Jutta Günther at the University of Bremen. He studied industrial engineering at the Leibniz University Hannover (B. Sc. 2016, M. Sc. 2019). In his dissertation, he deals with renewable energies, sustainability and environmental economics. Further, he is participating in the research project “Roadmap für eine graduelle Defossilisierung der Stahlindustrie und urbaner Infrastrukturen mittels Elektrolyse-Wasserstoff in Bremen" (H2B) and will write his dissertation in conjunction with this project.

Academic education and degrees

Seit 06/2020

Research Assistant (PhD candidate)

Universität Bremen

10/2017 – 09/2019

Master programme: Insdustrial engeneering

Leibniz University of Hannover

technical specialisation: Energy and process engineering
Economic specialisation: Environmental economics

Title of the Master's Thesis: „The Costs of Energy Transition - A Comperative Analysis"

Degree: Master of Science

10/2013 – 09/2016

Bachelor programme: Industrial engeneering

Leibniz University of Hannover
Specialisation: Energy and process engineering
Bachelor thesis: "Strategies for a Sustainable Expansion of Wind Power in Germany".

Degree: bachelor of science




H2B - Roadmap for a gradual defossilisation of the steel industry and urban infrastructure using electrolysis hydrogen in Bremen


Duration: 36 months

Project start: 01.01.2020

In cooperation with: Research Group „Resilient Energy Systems“ (University Bremen)

Financed by: Bremer Aufbaubank (BAB)



Kruse, M.; Thiele, J.; Wendler, T.; Kerner, P. (2020): Die Potenziale grünen Wasserstoffs in Bremen - eine kurze Übersicht, in: Günther, J. & Wedemeier, J. (Hrsg.): Struktureller Umbruch durch COVID-19: Implikationen für die Innovationspolitik im Land Bremen, HWWI Policy Paper 128, 70-81.(Download)