Tim Grothey is a researcher at Borderstep Institute. As an industrial engineer, he supports projects in the research field of Green IT and Digitization as well as in the field of Sustainable Entrepreneurship. Currently, Tim is mainly working on the Score4Impact project.
After completing his Bachelor’s degree in International Business and Technology in Nuremberg and Valparaiso (Chile), Tim Grothey moved to Berlin for internships. He gained experience in international development cooperation and in a consulting firm. During his master’s degree in Industrial Engineering with a focus on energy and environmental resources at the Berlin School of Economics and Law and the Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin, which he completd in 2021, Tim Grothey supported various research projects at Borderstep as a student assistant.
In his research work, he is particularly interested in impact-oriented approaches that use sustainable innovations to address the challenges of climate change.
In addition to his studies, Tim has built up the aid organization Café con Leche e.V. with a group of young people in recent years. This organization supports disadvantaged children and young people in the Dominican Republic through sports and education.
Heat pumps way out of gas dependence 03.03.2023
Borderstep co-founder Dr. Jens Clausen is co-author of a study on heat pumps presented by ScientistsForFuture just in time for the global climate strike. It shows that in just three years, Germany can reduce up to 60% of the amount of gas previously covered by Russian gas. More
Borderstep supports EU Commission on the topic of data centers 07.02.2023
Borderstep is researching synergies between data centers and energy systems in the DCESS project, which has just started. How can local energy systems use waste heat and water from data center operations? More
Smart City: How can development be managed? 02.02.2023
In a recent article for the Israel Public Policy Institute, Borderstep co-founder and senior researcher Dr. Severin Beucker looks at the state of the debate on this issue in Germany. The article can be downloaded free of charge. More