Dr. Camilla Oliveira

Project Manager Industry

Camilla Oliveira is a project manager at Agora Energiewende. Her work focuses on the decarbonisation of industrial sectors in the European Union and Brazil. She also supports the work of the Agora’s think tank partner in Brazil. 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 decarbonisation of industrial sectors.

Camilla is a chemical engineer and has a master and a doctorate 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 PhD thesis focused on the role of biomaterials in energy transition scenarios in Brazil.

Camilla is a member of the Global Women’s Network for Energy Transition and an alumni of the EnerTracks programme organised by Agora and Renewables Academy. She is also an alumni of the Think Tank School organized by the German Council on Foreign Relations and the Mercator Institute for China Studies.

ZEW
ZEW

@ZEW

22 September

[€] Wahl in Brasilien: Wendepunkt für die #Klimakooperation? Dazu schreiben #ZEW-Expertin Ana Helena Palermo Kuss & @_camillaoliv: Das Land verfügt über nahezu unendliche erneuerbare Energiequellen. Darin liegen Chancen – für Brasilien und Deutschland. faz.net/aktuell/wirtsc…

How can #Brazil and #Germany support each other through #climatecooperation? Ana Helena Palermo from @ZEW and I share our thoughts in this opinion piece published in @faznet: faz.net/aktuell/wirtsc… #energytransition #climateneutralindustry twitter.com/AgoraEW/status…

Wido K Witecka
Wido K Witecka

@KWitecka

21 September

Yesterday the @IEA, @IRENA and the @hlcchampions released the Breakthrough Agenda Report mapping out for 5 key sectors what is required up until 2030 to be on a 1.5°C compatible pathway. What’s in it for steel? Are the 2030 targets achievable? Spoiler: Yes. A short analysis Q&A. twitter.com/IEA/status/157…

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