Climate Policy Analyst Dr Tina Abouhmaboub contributes her core expertise in the area of integrated assessment modelling, energy and climate change mitigation economics and policy. As both an energy economist and energy-systems engineer, she is experienced in modelling and optimisation of energy systems, analysing the uptake of renewable energy, modelling global emissions and energy transformation pathways, bottom-up assessment of implications of energy and climate policies. Her further specialty is in the area of modelling and analysis of decarbonisation pathways of the power sector.
Before joining Climate Analytics, she worked as a Postdoc at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research mainly contributing to the multi-model comparison study of LIMITS under the EU 7th Framework Programme. Tina has a PhD in Energy Economics from the Technical University of Munich. Her Thesis was on modelling and optimization of the global power sector with a particular focus on the integration of fluctuating renewables.
- Wind and solar benchmarks for a 1.5°C world
- Clean power in South Korea
- Transformative change to achieve 1.5°C: an EU member state assessment
- How can the EU transform its economy to meet the 1.5°C goal?
- Climate cost modelling: analysis of damage and mitigation frameworks and guidance for political use
- Scaling up Climate Action in Australia
- Decarbonisation of Australia’s energy system: Integrated modeling of the transformation of electricity, transportation, and industrial sectors
- Scaling up climate action in Turkey
- A 1.5°C Compatible Carbon Budget for Western Australia
- For climate's sake: coal-free by 2030
- Scaling up climate action in Argentina
- Decarbonising South Asia and South East Asia
- Scaling up climate action in the European Union: Key opportunities for transitioning to a zero emissions society
- Scaling up climate action in South Africa
- Science-based coal phase out pathway for Germany in line with the Paris Agreement 1.5°C warming limit: opportunities and benefits of an accelerated energy transition