Grace Quiceno Soto

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+49 461 805 3016
Gebäude Vilnius 1
VIL 109
Auf dem Campus 1c
Post code / City
24943 Flensburg




Abteilung für Nachhaltige Energiewende
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin
Department energy and environmental management
Guest researceher

Additional information

Postal address:

Europa-Universität Flensburg
Energie- und Umweltmanagement
z.H. Grace Quiceno Soto
Auf dem Campus 1
24943 Flensburg

Curriculum vitae

Grace Quiceno Soto is a PhD student of the CoalExit group at the Technical University of Berlin. Her PhD focuses on evaluating the impacts of the just energy transition on the labour market and related skills, through an analysis of the "energy transition" in Colombia. She has majored in the energy transition, renewable energy, technological change, modelling and simulation, scenario analysis, energy efficiency, policy and regulation, and recently she is most interested in innovation, structural change and just energy transition. She holds a degree as an International Business Professional and a master’s degree in Engineering – Sustainable Energy Management.

Sie was part of the project "Challenges and Opportunities of the Closure of Termocartagena" and managed the dialogue with employees and trade unionists.


(With a peer review process)

  • Quiceno, G., Álvarez, C., Ávila, R., Fernández, Ó., Franco, C. J., Kunc, M., & Dyner, I. (2019). Scenario analysis for strategy design: A case study of the Colombian electricity industry. Energy Strategy Reviews, 23, 57–68. 

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Conferences (with a peer review process) / Konferenzen:

  • Mejía Duque, L., Quiceno, G., Dyner, I., Ávila, F. & Álvarez, C. (2017). Políticas públicas en la transformación tecnológica en el mercado colombiano de energía eléctrica. CIUREE V Congreso Internacional en Eficiencia, Gestión Energética y Energías Renovables, Cartagena Colombia. ISSN:2539-0287.  
  • Quiceno, G, Álvarez, C. & Dyner, I. (2016). Modelling the resource-based-view strategy of the electricity utility. XIV CLADS Congresso Latino Americano de Dinâmica de Sistemas, Sao Paulo, Brasil, ISSN:2526-6438.  
  • Quiceno, G, Álvarez, C. & Dyner, I. (2015). Modelling the evolution of resources and capabilities of utilities in the transformation of the power industry. XIII CLADS Latin American Conference on System Dynamics. Cartagena, Colombia, 2015. ISBN:978-958-46-8355-7.