Sebastian Steininger


  • 2012: B. Eng. Technology of Renewable Energy (University of Applied Sciences Weihenstephan-Triesdorf)
  • 2013: M. Eng. Energy management und energy technology (University of Applied Sciences Ansbach)
  • 2013 – 2014: Research Associate at Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE (Freiburg)
  • 2014 – 2021: Research Associate at Solar-Institute Jülich at the University of Applied Sciences Aachen (Jülich)
  • Since 2021: Research Associate at Fraunhofer Research Institution for Energy Infrastructures and Geothermal Systems IEG (Jülich)
  • Open District Hub @ Jülich

    The energy transformation is connecting the infrastructures of the electricity and heat sectors increasingly closely. The exchange of energy between sectors - such as electricity, mobility and heat - offers many opportunities for the sustainable, carbon dioxide-neutral transformation of the energy system. Renewable electricity, for example, could supply those sectors that today primarily use fossil fuels - above all heat generation in districts using heat pumps. There are many successful examples of this, which - adapted locally - should now be applied across the board as intelligent, holistic neighborhood concepts. You can find even more information here.

    • Sebastian Steininger, Anette Anthrakidis, Barbara Fricke: “Stadt der Zukunft“ (Scientific paper, 11/2015, Erneuerbare Energien, Hannover)
    • Sebastian Steininger, Anette Anthrakidis, Barbara Fricke: “Die kommunale Effizienzrevolution für den Klimaschutz in den deutschen Städten“ (Scientific paper, 02/2015, Solarzeitalter, Bonn)
    • Sebastian Steininger, Martin Dennenmoser: “Technik für die Zukunft“ (Scientific paper, 10/2013, Erneuerbare Energien, Hannover)