Alexander Wunderlich has been working for Inrate within INFRAS since 2015. His focus is set on Swiss energy and climate policy, energy technology and climate protection measures. His tasks include in particular the sustainability assessment of real estate.
He studied Environmental Sciences as well as Energy Science and Technology at the ETH Zurich (CH). After his internship at the Zurich Municipal Electric Utility 'ewz' with the focus on wind energy, he gained further professional experience in the area energy efficiency at the Swiss Federal Office of Energy. Subsequently, he worked in the area sustainable building at the Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden for a year.