Tarun Khanna


 Tarun Khanna

Tarun is a researcher in the MCC working group Applied Sustainability Science (APSIS). His doctoral thesis focuses on the role of energy demand in the transition to a low carbon energy system. His wider research interests include renewable energy integration, electricity pricing, and interactions between energy and climate policy. Tarun received the Helmut-Schmidt-Scholarship from the DAAD to study Masters in Public Policy at the Hertie School. He also holds a Masters and Bachelors in economics from the University of Delhi. Tarun was a previously a policy practitioner. As a manager with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), he advised regulators, governments, and utilities in the design and implementation of electricity policy in South Asia.

Curriculum vitae

Latest Publications

Khanna, T., Miersch, K., Creutzig, F., Meyer, R., Karras, J., Reh, G., Minx, J. , 2022

Analyse: Maßnahmen für energiesparendes Verhalten im Wohnsektor

Khanna, T., Baiocchi, G., Callaghan, M., Creutzig, F., Guias, H., Haddaway, N., Hirth, L., Javaid, A., Koch, N., Laukemper, S., Löschel, A., Zamora, M., Minx, J., 2021

A multi-country meta-analysis on the role of behavioral change in reducing energy consumption and CO2 emissions in residential buildings

Nature Energy
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