- Fostering Energy Transitions in the Global South: Insights from Chile, Jordan, Malaysia, and Kenya
- Stakeholder-based scenario building: How does it work in practice?
- Conducting a survey on climate change and energy in Jordan
- The Biden presidency – A turning point for US and international climate policy?
- Coronavirus shows it’s time to get strategic about renewable energy technology
- Public problems, private solutions? The UN addresses the climate technology gap
- The geopolitics of renewables. A new but messy energy world
Silvia Weko works as a research associate with RIFS on the project Geopolitics of the Energy Transformation: Implications of an International Hydrogen Economy (GET Hydrogen), which she joined in 2023. From 2019-2022 she worked on the project Investigating the Systemic Impacts of the Global Energy Transition (ISIGET). Her research focuses on the politics of sustainability transitions, including themes such as renewable energy technology transfer and innovation, trade flows, and attitudes towards transitions. She is a doctoral candidate at the University of Erfurt with the Graduate Center for Effective and Innovative Policymaking in Contested Contexts (EIPCC).