Agustin Roth has over six years of professional experience in energy and climate policies. He holds a Bachelor of Laws from the Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. He also worked at the Judiciary of the Province of Córdoba for four years. In addition to this, he joined the Universidad Católica de Córdoba as a teaching assistant and helped found the Environmental Law Institute, where he supervised research activities, including a collaboration with the World Bank. In his master’s degree at the Hertie School, Agustin specialised in renewable energy and climate change policies. During his time in Berlin he interned at the Water Integrity Network, an organisation that fights corruption in the water sector. He works at the consultancy eclareon analysing the market structure and regulation of renewable energies in the European Union (EU).
Master’s thesis title
Addressing policy and regulatory risks through renewable energy auctions: Impacts on the cost of capital