Tim Röpcke

M.Sc. Energy and Process Engineering (TU Berlin)

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Tim Röpcke has been a Researcher in the RLI Research Unit Mobility with Renewable Energy since November 2018. He focuses on municipal e-mobility concepts as well as the simulation, optimization, and analysis of energy systems with renewable energy. His research interests include e-mobility and mobility with hydrogen as well as their integration into the energy system.

Prior to his position as Researcher, Tim has been an intern and later student assistant at RLI since October 2017. In context of his work, Tim wrote his final thesis titled "Investigation of various electrification options in German rail transport with a focus on innovative drive concepts". For this purpose, he investigated the applications of rail vehicles with battery and fuel cell technology for passenger transport together with the required infrastructure. Tim holds a master’s degree in Energy and Process Engineering and a bachelor’s degree in Energy and Process Technology from TU Berlin.