Dr Sven Teske is an Associate Professor and Research Director at the Institute for Sustainable Futures, University of Technology Sydney with a research focus on energy decarbonisation pathways for specific industry sectors and regions towards Net-Zero by 2050. 100% renewable energy concepts required to achieve the Paris Climate Agreement for countries, regions, cities, microgrids for islands and the development of National Determined Contribution (NDC) reports.
This includes technical analysis of power grids regarding integration of solar electricity, onshore and offshore wind power generation and electricity and heat storage systems. Furthermore, Dr Teske has over 25 years’ experience in renewable energy market and policy analysis. as well as solar and on- and offshore wind power grid integration concepts in public grids.
During the Climate Conference in November 2021 in Glasgow (COP26), Teske published the remaining global carbon budget for 12 main industries to limit global mean temperature rise to +1.5°C – the first analysis of this kind globally. Furthermore, during 2021 Dr. Teske published ‘Offshore Wind: Prospects for Australia’ – an analysis of Australia’s offshore wind project and ‘Planning, Policy and Integration for Sustainable Development of Offshore Wind Energy in Vietnam 2022–2030’. He holds a PhD in economics from the University of Flensburg in Germany.