Felix Heilmann

Researcher

Felix Heilmann works as a Researcher in E3G’s Berlin office. His work concentrates on the gas sector, the political economy of climate action and a Just Transition. He also works on the economic response to the COVID-19 crisis in Europe and worldwide.

Felix Heilmann
E3G Berlin Office
@HeilmannFelix

Felix in the media

Felix’s research and political work covers the political implications of the need to adjust gas use and infrastructure to the targets of the Paris Climate Agreement, the political economy of climate action, and how to design a socially just transformation of the economy to climate neutral technologies and production processes. He is also working on the economic response to the crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic with the aim of contributing to a green recovery.

Before taking up his current role, Felix supported E3G’s clean economy programme as a Research Assistant. He has also previously worked on climate and energy policy for a Member of the German Parliament.

Felix holds a BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from the University of Oxford. For his work as President of the Oxford Climate Society, he was awarded with the Vice Chancellor’s Social Impact Award.

In his free time, Felix enjoys cooking, photography and good music, as well as spending time in nature.

Felix’s research and political work covers the political implications of the need to adjust gas use and infrastructure to the targets of the Paris Climate Agreement, the political economy of climate action, and how to design a socially just transformation of the economy to climate neutral technologies and production processes. He is also working on the economic response to the crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic with the aim of contributing to a green recovery.

Before taking up his current role, Felix supported E3G’s clean economy programme as a Research Assistant. He has also previously worked on climate and energy policy for a Member of the German Parliament.

Felix holds a BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from the University of Oxford. For his work as President of the Oxford Climate Society, he was awarded with the Vice Chancellor’s Social Impact Award.

In his free time, Felix enjoys cooking, photography and good music, as well as spending time in nature.

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