Michaela Holl

Project Lead EU Green Deal

Michaela  Holl

Michaela Holl joined the Brussels office of Agora Energiewende in March 2021 as a Senior Associate and works on issues relating to the Green Deal, Green Recovery and Green Finance. She was an official at the European Commission for 16 years with responsibility on renewables finance, energy infrastructure, the Clean Energy package and energy efficiency in buildings. She also has working experience as a parliamentary researcher and assistant at the European Parliament, again mainly on energy and climate policies.

Michaela holds a Master in European Economics from the College of Europe and a diploma in international business and cultural studies. She speaks fluently English, French and German and has rusty knowledge of Spanish and Hebrew. She is a guest lecturer on energy transition at TU Munich School of Governance.

@MLiebreich @MLCleaningUp @Chatzimarkakis Jesus. More money going into hydrogen without anyone knowing what the requirements for “low carbon” are? Some cleaning up to do before, money s a bit scarce in EU after 700 bln going into price support

In our new Policy Brief on gas supply for 2023 we highlight that the EU still needs to maintain substantial gas demand reductions compared to pre-crisis-times (13% in the basis scenario and up to 28% in the worst case) to prepare for next winter. bruegel.org/policy-brief/e… pic.twitter.com/jflmeIkVZG

'Europe's largest heat pumps' to be installed in Vienna 🇦🇹🥐 Not one, but 6 giant heat pumps will harvest heat from the Vienna waste water treatment plant to provide 90°C heat to the district heating (that also uses waste heat from a candy factory) derstandard.at/story/20001431…

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