Dr. Camilla Oliveira

Project Manager Latin America and Industry

Camilla  Oliveira
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Camilla Oliveira works for Agora Energiewende as a project manager Latin America with a focus on the decarbonisation of industrial sectors. Before joining Agora, she worked as a researcher at the Center for Energy and Environmental Economics (Cenergia/COPPE/Federal University of Rio de Janeiro) and as a consultant for the United Nations Environment Programme. In these positions, Camilla published scientific papers and reports on the decarbonization of industrial sectors. She was also responsible for modelling the industrial energy demand of Peru as part of an integrated energy planning model for the Peruvian Ministry of Mines and Energy.

Camilla has a PhD in energy planning from COPPE/Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, which included a research stay of one year at the Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development at Utrecht University, Netherlands. Her thesis focused on the role of biomaterials in energy transition scenarios in Brazil. Camilla holds a master’s degree in energy planning and is a graduate chemical engineer.

Camilla is a member of the Global Women’s Network for Energy Transition and an alumni of the EnerTracks Study Tour training programme organised by Agora Energiewende and RENAC.

📌 Join our 6th virtual #EnerTracks Study Tour! Together with @renac_ag we are hosting a 5-week interactive online programme (May 31-June 30) - #energytransition professionals will be provided with immersive training 🎓 Apply now until March 28: bit.ly/3sm9wyU pic.twitter.com/gjfnWshdhT

The role of biomass in Brazilian IAM is discussed by @_camillaoliv in parallel session DEEP 2 on this 2nd day of #IAMC2020 >> without addressing materials there is no rapid full transition & bio-based accounts for 1/3 of total petrochemical production in a well below 2C scen -HvS

Don't miss @_camillaoliv 's talk at the DEEP 2 parallel session on how biomaterials can contribute to Brazilian mitigation pathways, based on the results of her recently defended DSc thesis!🌳

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