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- Techno-Economic and Political Dimensions of a Global Hydrogen Economy
- Politics and Governance of the Global Energy Transition
- Geopolitics of the Energy Transformation: Implications of an International Hydrogen Economy (GET Hydrogen)
- Global Potentials for the Production and Export of Green Hydrogen (HYPAT)
- The Political Economy of Green Hydrogen in Europe: Reinforcing Regional Inequalities?
- Clean Hydrogen Hubs: A Crucial Instrument in the US Hydrogen Strategy
- Discussing future hydrogen geographies in Europe: a conversation that is overdue
- Hydrogen in Canada: War in Ukraine kindles new interest
- The promise of African clean hydrogen exports: potentials and pitfalls
- Vulnerable supply chains in times of Covid-19 and climate change: A call for a new research agenda
- Climate targets are unachievable without a financial deal for developing countries
- Germany’s New Building Energy Act is a Missed Opportunity
- What We Can Learn from the Corona Pandemic for Climate and Energy Policy
- Financing of coal power by G20 states is undermining the Paris climate agreement
- Renewable Energy in Africa: China is Indispensable
- Reforming the International Monetary System to Save the Climate
- Solar Energy in Germany and China: Dynamics of a Policy-Driven Market
Rainer Quitzow joined the RIFS in December 2014. His research focuses on sustainable innovation and industrial policy and geopolitics of transitions in energy and industry. In particular, he analyses geoeconomic competition in emerging climate-friendly industries and the role of foreign and industrial policy strategies in this context. Rainer Quitzow is also Professor of Sustainability and Innovation (Honorarprofessor) at the Technische Universität Berlin.
Before his career as a researcher, Rainer Quitzow worked in the field of international development with a focus on governance and environmental and trade policy. At the World Bank in Washington, D.C., he conducted governance and policy impact analyses for development programmes in Latin America and Africa.