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Research Fellow
JINDAL Gautam 


Biography
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Research Highlights
Gautam Jindal is a Research Fellow with the Energy & Environment division at Energy Studies Institute, National University of Singapore. Gautam has nine years’ experience in energy and climate policy research, providing consulting solutions for corporate GHG measurement and management, and sustainability reporting.

Gautam holds a Master’s degree in Carbon Management from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland and Bachelors in Electrical & Electronics Engineering from Panjab University, India. At ESI, Gautam’s research areas include

- Electricity Market Design for integration of intermittent renewables
- Energy Storage
- Paris Agreement Work Programme and Carbon Markets (Article 6 Cooperative Approaches)
- HFC Phase Down under the Montreal Protocol and HFC Emissions Inventorization

- Electricity Market Design for integration of intermittent renewables
- Energy Storage
- Paris Agreement Work Programme and Carbon Markets (Article 6 Cooperative Approaches)
- HFC Phase Down under the Montreal Protocol and HFC Emissions Inventorization
- Accelerating the uptake of renewable energy and energy efficiency initiatives
ESI Policy Briefs

Melissa Low, Gautam Jindal, Ho Juay Choy,The 2015 Paris Climate Agreement: Key Elements and Implications for Singapore 

ESI Policy Brief no. 10 (12 January 2016)

Ho Juay Choy, Gautam Jindal, Melissa Low,Singapore’s Intended Nationally Determined Contribution for COP21 Climate Conference in Paris 
ESI Policy Brief no. 7 (17 September 2015).

Publications

Gautam JindalA guide to Singapore's recently announced Carbon Tax 
Asian Power, 06 April 2018

Gautam Jindal, Jacqueline TaoSingapore: (Not yet) a rising green finance hub
Eco-business.com, 28 March 2018

Gautam Jindal, Hari Malamakkavu Padinjare Variam, Jacqueline TaoBest Practices in cross-border investments in energy sector – Lessons from ASEAN experience 
in Connectivity and Trading in Power & Energy: A Regional and International Dimension (IPAG Knowledge Series), ed. Khusro, S. M. (The Institute for Policy, Advocacy, and Governance, Bangladesh)

Ho Juay Choy, Melissa Low, Gautam Jindal, Dora AlmassyHandbook For ASEAN Government Officials On Climate Change and SDGs 
Asia Europe Environment Forum, April 2017

Gautam JindalSingapore looking to develop policy framework for energy storage 
Asian Power, 26 January 2017

Gautam Jindal, Melissa LowChallenges ahead in phasing down use of HFCs 
Channel News Asia, 27 October 2016

Gautam Jindal,
"Singapore looking to develop policy framework for energy storage",
Asian Power, 26 January 2017

Gautam Jindal, Melissa Low
"A monumental year for climate change",
The Business Times, 21 December 2016

Gautam Jindal, Melissa Low, Ho Juay Choy,What the Paris climate deal could mean for Singapore in 2030 
Business Times, 27 January 2016

Gautam Jindal,Now Is India’s Chance to Be a Progressive Climate Leader 
Eco-Business.com, 28 September 2015.




 



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