Steve Morning

B.Eng. Solartechnik (Hochschule Anhalt)

Former student assistant


Steve has been working as a student assistant at RLI from June 2017 until May 2018, supporting the Mobility with Renewable Energy team. He contributed to the ecoPtG project by simulating different hydrogen mobility growth scenarios using Matlab.

Steve was enrolled in the joint Master Program Business Engineering – Energy and Environmental Resources at Beuth University of Applied Sciences and Berlin School of Economics and Law. He wrote his master’s thesis during his time at RLI in which he investigated hydrogen mobility and the realization of a modular low‑cost electrolysis system.

Steve holds a bachelor’s degree in Photovoltaics from Anhalt University of Applied Science. In his bachelor thesis at the Fraunhofer-Center for Silicon Photovoltaics CSP, he did research regarding an effect called “potential induced degradation” and built a prototype to examine this effect.