Emilie Rosenlund Soysal

Doctoral researcher
Rosenlund Soysal

Emilie Rosenlund Soysal joined the Public Economics and Climate Finance research group as a doctoral researcher in September 2017. Under the scope of the FINFAIL project, her research focuses on the effect of capital market failures on investments in climate friendly technologies.

Emilie received her master's degree in Industrial Engineering and Management from Lund University in 2015. During her studies, she specialized in financial engineering and mathematical modelling. Prior to working at PIK, she was a research assistant at the Technical University of Denmark, where she participated in international projects on energy economics and policies for renewable energy. She has also worked with financial risk management and responsible investment issues.


Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)
P.O. Box 60 12 03
14412 Potsdam


Rosenlund Soysal, E., Olsen, O.J., Skytte, K. & Sekamane, J. K. (2017). Intraday Market Asymmetries – a Nordic Example. Conference paper at European Energy Markets Conference, Dresden.

Skytte, K., Olsen, O.J., Rosenlund Soysal, E., & Møller Sneum, D. (2017). Barriers for District Heating as a Source of Flexibility for the Electricity System. Journal of Energy Markets, 10(2), 41-59, DOI: 10.21314/JEM.2017.161

Rosenlund Soysal, E., Møller Sneum, D., Skytte, K., Olsen, O.J. & Sandberg, E. (2016). Electric Boilers in District Heating Systems: A Comparative Study of the Scandinavian market conditions. 2016. Conference paper at SAEE2016, Luleå.

Kitzing, K. Islam, M., Rosenlund Soysal, E., Held, A., Ragwitz, M., Winkler, J., Steinhilber, S., del Río, P., Wigand, F., Tiedemann, S., Klessmann, C., Busch, S., Ortner, A., Kreiß, J., Fitch-Roy, O, & Woodman, B. (2016). Recommendations on the Role of Auctions in a New Renewable Energy Directive. Project report.

Best paper award, 14th International Conference on the European Energy Market (EEM2017) in Dresden, Germany