Daniel Becker, an economist and political scientist, is a partner at Guidehouse, heading the government international client segment. He is an expert on market conditions and support schemes for renewable energy and energy efficiency.
Daniel built an international energy policy team of 25 experts in four countries (DE, NL, UK, BE), specializing in designing and analyzing policy instruments for renewable energy, energy efficiency, energy security, and public private collaboration in the energy transition. He has been involved in numerous international projects on renewable energy and energy efficiency support mechanisms, in addition to international market conditions and promotional schemes for renewable energy and energy efficiency, as well as network approaches for strengthening international activities of renewable energy companies. His regions of focus are EU-28, MENA, and the former Soviet Union.
Prior to his roles at Guidehouse and Ecofys, Daniel worked from 1999-2001 as an energy expert for the German Bundestag, the national parliament. From 2001-2005 he was employed at the German Federal State Energy Agency as manager of the German Federal Government's export promotion program for renewable energy, which he developed.
Dipl.-RWL (equivalent to MA in Economics and Political Science), University of Cologne, Germany
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Board Member Zukunftswerkstatt Heinersdorf e.V., Berlin, Germany (Civil Society Association)