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Johanna Schiele

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Johanna Schiele is a McCloy Fellow and MPP scholar at Harvard Kennedy School, focusing on energy and climate regulation. She holds a BA in Economics and Philosophy from the University of Oxford and previously worked in energy market modelling at Aurora Energy Research and at the European Commission's Directorate-General for Climate Action.

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Zero-emissions shipping: contracts-for-difference as incentives for the decarbonisation of international shipping

Pressure is growing from multiple directions for the shipping industry to decarbonise. Alternative fuels do exist to reduce or remove all emissions from fuel use, but they are not yet competitive with fossil fuels, and face a range of barriers to entry. Calls for policy support for decarbonisation are increasing, but it is not yet clear what such support should entail.

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A new perspective on decarbonising the global energy system
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Johanna Schiele

A new perspective on decarbonising the global energy system

Environmental Sustainability

Most major climate mitigation models produced for the IPCC and the International Energy Agency have continually underestimated cost trends despite these trends being consistent and predictable. By incorporating cost trends into a simple, transparent energy system model, the authors produce new climate mitigation scenarios that provide a contrasting perspective to those of standard models.

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Environmental Sustainability · ESG

A new perspective on decarbonising the global energy system


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