Luca Bergamaschi is a Senior Associate at E3G based in Rome, Italy. Between 2016 and 2017, he was responsible for the climate change and energy negotiations of the 2017 Italian G7 Presidency in the Italian Prime Minister’s Office. Previously, Luca worked at E3G from 2012 to 2016.
He advises on political strategies, provides policy recommendations, and contributes to risk analyses, political economy mapping exercises, and outreach activities on European climate and energy diplomacy. Luca works together with Governments, businesses, and civil society organisations.
Between 2012 and 2016, Luca worked as Policy Advisor in E3G’s Berlin and London offices on European energy transition and climate diplomacy, with a focus on integrating energy and climate change into European foreign and security policies. He also worked on understanding Europe's electricity and gas infrastructure choices in the context of European decarbonization, and on assessing risk factors of instability in the Middle East and North Africa region, with a focus on the intersection between climate, energy and resource security in the aftermath of the Arab Spring.
Luca has a Masters of Science in Energy Policy from the University of Exeter, United Kingdom; a Bachelor of Science in Economics and Political Science from the University of Cologne, Germany; and a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering and Management from the University of Bologna, Italy. Italian by nationality, Luca speaks Italian, German and English.