Emma Krause is a Master of Public Policy candidate at the Hertie School and is interested in energy, climate and urban policy. She is also currently working as a consultant for IFOK GmbH, a market-leading international consultancy shaping policy and sustainability change processes through dialogue. Prior to coming to Berlin, she worked for the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources on solar photovoltaics (PV) policy, renewable energy financing, and municipal sustainability. She has also worked for former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick’s political committees and on the 2012 Obama Campaign. She is both a US and a Canadian citizen and obtained her Bachelor of Science in Communications and Political Science from Emerson College in Boston.
Master’s thesis title
Sequencing a just transition: A comparative analysis of Alberta and North Rhine Westphalia’s coal phase-outs