Francesca Andreolli works as a Policy Advisor for the energy programme.
After her degree with honors in Building Engineering and Architecture at University of Padova in 2017, she received her PhD in Management Engineering and Real Estate Economics from the University of Padova with a thesis on households’ investment decisions in renewable energies. She was a visiting PhD scholar at Department of Econometrics and Operations Management at Tilburg University with a project focused on the development of renewable energy communities and households’ possibility to exchange energy via peer-to-peer trading.
Before joining ECCO, she was a teaching assistant of environmental economics and resource evaluation and she worked at the Interdepartmental Centre for Energy Economics and Technology “Giorgio Levi Cases” as a research fellow on a project related to the decarbonization of the energy system in Italy.
Her research interests include energy economics, energy markets, investment decision under uncertainty and multicriteria decision aid. She is a member of European Working Group on Multicriteria Decision Aiding. From 2018, she has published in academic journals with contributions on investment decisions in renewable technologies, storage systems and energy communities and has attended several national and international conferences.