Johanna Schiele

Master of Public Policy Candidate and McCloy Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School
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Biography

Johanna Schiele is a Master of Public Policy Candidate and McCloy Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School. Her research focuses on hydrogen applications in heavy industry, subsidy design and innovation policy. Previously Johanna has worked for Aurora Energy Research in Berlin and as a researcher at the Oxford Smith School. Johanna holds BA in Economics and Philosophy from the University of Oxford.


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