Both science and our everyday reality are now screaming an inconvenient truth: Our climate is changing and forcing us to urgently respond. To meet this challenge, we must both build resilient infrastructure capable of adapting to extreme, unprecedented weather and quickly transition our energy system away from the fossil fuels…
Mathias is a senior associate in RMI’s Carbon-Free Electricity program, where he is part of the Clean Competitive Grids team. His work focuses on a modernization of the power grid that enables 100 percent carbon-free electricity and supports economy-wide deep carbonization. He also supports RMI’s growing body of global work to accelerate the transition to clean electricity around the world.
Before joining RMI, Mathias was a management consultant for the power and utilities sector at PwC in Vienna, Austria. He has experience in advising a wide range of energy stakeholders, including vertically-integrated utilities, state-owned utilities, independent transmission system and market operators, and government agencies. In addition to his previous work in Europe, Mathias also brings experience working in and with multilateral organizations, having been a Consultant for the Work Bank’s Global Environment Facility and 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, School of Global Policy and Strategy
Magister (Master) of International Business and Economics, University of Innsbruck (Austria)
B.A. in Political Science, University of Vienna (Austria)