Anders Hove

Research Associate

Anders Hove is Project Director for the Energy Transition project at GIZ, a German federal enterprise providing services in the field of international development cooperation, while also serving as a non-resident fellow at Columbia CGE. He has worked in Beijing since 2010 and has more than 20 years of public and private sector experience related to energy policy and markets, including 9 years on Wall Street and 10 years in China

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