Energy Transitions with Tim Gould

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This week, Tim Gould, Chief Energy Economist at the International Energy Agency joins Joseph Majkut, director of the CSIS Energy Security and Climate Change Program, to discuss highlights from the World Energy Outlook and the need to scale up renewables, improve energy efficiency, reduce methane emissions, and address critical minerals production in order to maintain momentum for clean energy deployment.

Tim Gould was appointed the Agency's Chief Energy Economist in 2021. As Chief Energy Economist, he provides strategic advice on energy economics across a wide range of IEA activities and analysis. Mr. Gould is also Head of the Division for Energy Supply and Investment Outlooks, in which capacity he co-leads the World Energy Outlook, the IEA's flagship publication, and oversees the Agency's work on investment and finance, including the World Energy Investment report.

Mr Gould joined the IEA in 2008, initially as a specialist on Russian and Caspian energy, and in recent years has designed and directed the World Energy Outlook together with the IEA's Chief Energy Modeller while contributing to the Outlook as a principal author. Prior to joining the IEA, Mr Gould worked on European and Eurasian energy issues in Brussels and has ten years of experience in Eastern Europe, primarily in Ukraine. He graduated from Oxford University and has a post-graduate diploma from the School of Advanced International Studies of Johns Hopkins University.

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Joseph Majkut
Director, Energy Security and Climate Change Program
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Tim Gould

Tim Gould

Chief Energy Economist, International Energy Agency
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Lisa Hyland
Assistant Director for Energy Education and Public Programming, Energy Security and Climate Change Program