Person

Kai Klöckner

M. Sc.

Research Assistant

Kai Klöckner
Lehrstuhl für Controlling

Address

Building: Sammelbau

Room: 611

Templergraben 64

52062 Aachen

Contact

WorkPhone
Phone: +49 241 80 96167
Fax Fax: +49 241 80 92167

Office Hours

Monday 12.30 - 1.30 p.m. , during the lecture-free days by appointment
Please note that changes will be published in the announcements
Currently, the members of the chair work in their home office as far as possible. If necessary, please contact us by e-mail to arrange an appointment.
 

Profile

After completing a commercial apprenticeship and working for several months in an employment relationship, Kai Klöckner studied business administration at the RWTH Aachen University in the Bachelor's and Master's degree (emphasis: Sustainability & Corporations). During his studies, he worked for one year in the accounting department of an international insurance company, before moving to the Chair of Management Accounting in March 2013 as a student assistant.

 

Research Interests

  • Decarbonisation of Energy Systems

  • Smart Grids

  • Environmental Accounting

 

Supervised Projects

 

Supervised Courses

 

Publications

  • Klöckner, K., & Letmathe, P. (2020). Is the coherence of coal phase-out and electrolytic hydrogen production the golden path to effective decarbonisation?. Applied Energy , 279 , 115779. 10.1016/j.apenergy.2020.115779
  • Bellocchi S.; Klöckner K.; Manno M.; Noussan M.; Vellini M. (2019). On integrating electric vehicles into Smart Energy Systems: Italy and Germany in comparison. Applied Energy, 255 (December). 10.1016/j.apenergy.2019.113848
  • Barodte, W. / Ketteniß, H. / Klöckner, K. (2018): Problemorientierte Strukturierung universitärer Lehrveranstaltungen durch Blended Learning, in: berufsbildung - Zeitschrift für Theorie-Praxis-Dialog: Integrationsleistung beruflicher Bildung, Heft-Nr. 172, S. 41-43.
 

Conference Contributions

  • Short-term effectiveness of electrolytic hydrogen production for energy system decarbonisation”, Presentation at the 13th Conference on Energy Economics and Technology ("ENERDAY”).