Dr. rer. pol. Stefan Lechtenböhmer works on regional, national and international energy and climate scenario analysis and scenarios for a Sustainable Low Carbon Society. He has conducted numerous studies on energy and emission scenario analysis.
A particular focus of his work is on design and evaluation of energy efficiency policies and measures. His further research topics comprise GHG emission inventories and projections, sustainable building and planning, coal, natural gas and the environment.
Stefan Lechtenböhmer is Director of the Research Group Future Energy and Mobility Structures of the Wuppertal Institute, Germany.
He acquired his Phd. in energy and environmental management at the International Institute for Management University of Flensburg. He holds a university degree (diploma) in geography, economy and political sciences from the University of Münster.
Dr. Lechtenböhmer is lecturer and supervisor of distance learning study courses at the Fernuniversität Hagen, University Kassel and University Koblenz Landau. He has published a large number of scientific papers in English and German and is member of the UNFCCC Roster of Experts for GHG-Inventories, Policies & Measures, GHG-Projections.
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