Philipp Daniel Hauser

Programme Lead Climate-Neutral Industry

Philipp D. Hauser is Senior Associate at Agora Energiewende and is responsible for designing strategies and policy instruments for the transformation of basic materials industries. He also coordinates the expansion of activities in Latin America and supports local partners in their work for an opportunity-oriented transformation of energy systems and industry in Argentina, Brazil and Mexico.

Before joining Agora, Philipp had been working with ENGIE in Latin America for more than ten years. As Vice President Energy Transition and Carbon Markets, he coordinated the development of climate protection projects, the discussions in relation to sustainability and acceptance of electricity generation activities and strategies in the fields of climate policy and the energy transition.

Between 2006 and 2008, Philipp was working with ecosecurities and focused on the development of greenhouse gas mitigation projects with renewable energies, forest conservation and industrial uses of sustainable biomass.

Philipp holds a Diploma in Chemistry, awarded by the Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg and a Master in Business Administration and Finance by the Coppead Institute of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. He is fluent in German, Spanish, Portuguese, French and English.


@McKinsey It was @McKinsey Brasil in 2006: How to make more money from retail customers? I failed to give the right answer, which was: Eliminate the customers preferred product from the shelf to have him buy an inferior product with higher margins. In this case failing felt good.

#Biosprit für #Verkehr ist Unfug wenn er sich #elektrifizieren lässt. NAWARO für #Chemie & #SAF kann sinnvoll sein, um 1) unvermeidbare Emissionen zu senken 2) #Kohlenstoff in Produkten zu speichern und 3) Anbauflächen für #Ernährungskrisen vorzuhalten.

@dauensteiner @JakobSchlandt @MPKretschmer Deutschland wurde nach dem 2. Weltkrieg trotz der Brutalität seines Naziregimes durch den Marshallplan unterstützt. Aus dem Vertrag von Versailles hatte man gelernt, dass es keinen Sinn macht Staaten zu marginalisieren. Integration kann eher Bedingungen für Frieden schaffen.


All Content

Stay in touch. Subscribe to our newsletter.