Simon Hinterholzer is an engineer for renewable energies and researches innovative technical approaches in the field of Smart Energy. He supports the Borderstep Institute as a researcher in the WindNODE and TEMPRO projects.
Simon Hinterholzer already worked as a student assistant in the ProSHAPE project during his master’s degree at the HTW Berlin and wrote a bachelor’s thesis in 2015 and a master’s thesis in 2017. He benefited from his practical experience as an electronics technician for energy and building services engineering. During this time he installed numerous photovoltaic systems and combined heat and power plants.
In his spare time, the native Upper Bavarian is often drawn back to the mountains. In addition to the Chiemgau Alps, he has already conquered the Pamir Mountains, the Himalayas and the Kilimanjaro. In contrast, he uses the lowlands to play regularly with his Ultimate Frisbee team.
Borderstep Impact Guide published 14.10.2021
What impact do start-up support programs have on the economy, environment & society? This is hardly ever analyzed. The Borderstep IMPACT Guide offers practical approaches to evaluate and manage the impact of these programs. More
ImpactNexus: Sustainability as a success factor 02.09.2021
Borderstep celebrates the 15th year of its existence with its first spin-off. The start-up ImpactNexus, a spin-off of the Borderstep Institute, develops digital solutions for assessing start-ups. More