Mathias is a manager in RMI’s Carbon-Free Electricity Program, where he is part of the Clean Competitive Grids Initiative. He focuses on modernizing and expanding the power grid to enable economy-wide decarbonization through carbon-free electricity. In addition to the power system’s physical infrastructure, Mathias also works on updating its institutional infrastructure to remove regulatory and market barriers to a carbon-free future.
Before joining RMI, Mathias was a management consultant at PwC in Austria, focusing on the power and utilities sector. He holds experience in advising a wide range of clients, including vertically integrated and state-owned utilities, independent transmission system and market operators, and government agencies and ministries. In addition, Mathias brings a wide range of international experience with multilateral organizations to the table. He was a consultant for the World Bank’s Global Environment Facility and served as an intern for the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Division for Sustainable Development.
Master of International Affairs / International Environmental Policy, University of California, San Diego (UCSD), School of Global Policy and Strategy
Magister (Master) of International Business and Economics, University of Innsbruck, Austria
BA, Political Science, University of Vienna, Austria
Fulbright Grantee and Dean’s Fellow at UCSD