Maria Olczak

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Maria Olczak is a Research Associate at the Florence School of Regulation Gas Area.

Since joining FSR in 2017, she has focused mainly on the policy and regulatory instruments to address methane emissions, decarbonisation of the EU gas market and the role of low-carbon and renewable hydrogen and biogas.

Maria is also a PhD candidate at the Queen Mary University of London, where she works under the supervision of Dr Paul Balcombe on the topic: “Methane emissions in Europe: by how much can they be reduced and how do we get there?”

She holds an MA in European Interdisciplinary Studies from the College of Europe and an MA in European Studies from the University of Warsaw. Maria started her professional career as a COP19/CMP9 Presidency Team member. Before joining the FSR, Maria worked as a Policy and Communications Assistant at the European LPG Association in Brussels.

 

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