Eftim Popovski2023-08-11T15:16:23+02:00
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Eftim Popovski studied Mechanical engineering at the University “Ss. Cyril and Methodius” in Skopje, Macedonia. After the bachelor studies, he worked as HVAC engineer for 3 years in Skopje on various HVAC projects in both industrial and building sector. Master studies in Mechanical engineering/Mechatronics at the Kaiserslautern University of Applied Sciences. Master thesis in 2016 with the topic “Assessing Technical Options for a Renewable and Energy-Efficient Heating and Cooling Supply in a City District“. During his master studies, he worked as a research assistant at Fraunhofer ISI. From June 2017 until February 2019, research associate at Fraunhofer ISI in the Competence Center Energy Policy and Energy Markets. Since February 2019, research associate at the Institute for Resource Efficiency and Energy Strategies (IREES).


  • Modelling of heat generation technologies for district heating
    with a focus on the economic efficiency of solar thermal systems and heat pumps

  • Analysis of the refurbishment status and costs of the European and German building stock 

  • Analysis of potentials of industrial excess heat utilisation 

  • Impact analyses of policies measures 


Municipal heat plan for the city of Innsbruck

Decarbonisation process heating and cooling of SMEs

Heat Master Plan – Development of a sustainable heating strategy for the people of Osnabrück

Renovation strategy for public buildings Bremen

Transformation study on the decarbonisation of heat supply in the region of Spremberg, Hoyerswerda and Weißwasser by 2050

Heating maps for Germany


Sustainable Heating China

EE1-H2020 Energy Efficiency First

Technical Assistance for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Support for the Municipalities and Universities

Scale-up of Renewable Energy for power generation in the Western Balkan countries

Scenario-based analysis of infrastructure requirements in the context of energy system transformation and effects on their financing and planning

Optimization of data in the building sector

Mapping heating & cooling

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