Jose Antonio Ordonez, M.Sc.

Jose Antonio Ordonez joined the Competence Center Energy Policy and Energy Markets at Fraunhofer ISI as a research fellow in 2014. His work focus lies in energy and climate policies in developing countries and emerging economies. He has participated in numerous national and international projects, gaining work experience in, among others, Indonesia (development of two energy outlooks for the Association of South East Asian Nations), Mexico (energy efficiency policies impact evaluation) and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (assessing the potential of local manufacturing of energy technologies). Methodologically, his work focus has been in Input-Output modelling, scenario-based energy systems modelling and projections with LEAP and politically induced price components. He holds a Master of Science degree in industrial engineering from the Technical University of Berlin with focus on energy and resource management. Since 2017, he is PhD research student at the Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change (MCC Berlin), as part of the working group Climate and Development. His doctoral thesis deals with the political economy and distributional impacts of energy and climate policies in Indonesia and India.