Ingmar Juergens Deutsches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung
In March 2017, Ingmar Juergens took leave from the European Commission to join the Climate Policy Department at DIW, the German Institute for Economic Research in Berlin.
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With over sixteen years of experience with climate and energy policy and finance at international organisations, Ingmar has worked, among others, for the European Commission, the United Nations, and the OECD. Between 2007 and 2017, Ingmar served almost 10 years at the European Commission. In June 2013, Ingmar was appointed Senior Economic Advisor of the European Commission in Germany and coordinator of economic and financial policy in 2015. From 4/2012-6/2013, Ingmar spend a sabbatical as Associate Director with the Climate Policy Initiative (CPI), working on climate and energy finance; and to advise the interim-secretariat of the Green Climate Fund in Bonn. Before joining CPI, he served as Coordinator of the EU Strategy for Adaptation to Climate Change at the EU DG CLIMA from 2010 to 2012 and was responsible for the economic analysis of energy and climate policy at the EU Directorate-General for Industry and Enterprise (from 2007-2010), coordinating the EU carbon leakage assessment. After leaving the OECD, Ingmar worked from 2003-2007 for the UN FAO on climate finance, bioenergy and adaptation to climate change. Ingmar is married and has three children.