Bessie Noll

PhD candidate and researcher in the Energy and Technology Policy group at ETH Zurich
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Biography

Bessie Noll is a PhD candidate and researcher in the Energy and Technology Policy group at ETH Zurich. Her research focus is on the clean energy transition in the transport sector—more specifically, she examines how policy intervention can influence the development of clean energy drive-technologies and transitional outcomes in road freight. She holds a BSc and MSc in Mechanical Engineering (energy systems focus) from Stanford University.


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