Farah Mohammadzadeh Valencia

Project Manager Training Programme Energy Transitions

Farah  Mohammadzadeh Valencia

Before joining Agora Energiewende in 2018, Farah Mohammadzadeh Valencia spent five years at the World Bank where she worked as an energy specialist. During that time, she worked on infrastructure and policy projects as well as long-term studies related to renewable energy, energy efficiency and energy markets in Sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean. Farah Mohammadzadeh Valencia also worked as a development and marketing manager for a solar company focused on Latin American and Caribbean. She has further work experience in Bolivia, Paraguay and Niger.

Farah Mohammadzadeh Valencia earned a Masters degree in International Relations with a focus on "Environment, Sustainable Development and Risks" from Sciences Po Paris in 2011 and a Bachelor's degree in International Relations from Boston University in 2009.

 

German power market developments June 2020 vs. June 2019: More electricity from natural gas while coal-fired generation is massively reduced. Electricity demand continues to be weak and also renewables lose compared to June 2019. pic.twitter.com/nBCHDHiU2Z

Strommarkt-Vergleich Juni 2020/Juni 2019: Deutlich mehr Strom aus Erdgas, Kohleverstromung lässt hingegen massiv nach. Stromverbrauch weiter gering und auch EE verlieren im Vergleich zum Vorjahresmonat. pic.twitter.com/EwlRsuZyBQ

German power generation in June 2020: Renewables (especially PV) have a hard time beating the exceptionally hot June 2019. However, due to the continued weaker electricity demand, the share remains at 46%. Most powerful force is natural gas, lignite only ranks 3rd. pic.twitter.com/WOo46yt3y5

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