Christina Reineck

Christina Reineck manages projects in the fields of energy and energy efficiency as well as sustainable transformation and has many years of evaluation experience according to both the Bundeshaushaltsordnungs (BHO) and the Development Assistance Committee (DAC) criteria. Her work focuses on renewable energy policy, barrier and target group analyses on energy efficiency and CO2 reductions of companies, consumers and municipalities, remunicipalisation of electricity supply and aspects of international climate protection policy.

Christina Reineck leads the evaluation of the German Energy Solutions Intiative 2019-2021 for the German Ministry for Economics and Energy (BMWi) as well as the Evaluation of the directive for the promotion of heat pump optimization by highly efficient pumps and hydraulic adjustment for BfEE. Her main focus areas are barrier and target group analyses concerning energy efficiency and CO2mitigation measures in companies, communities and for end users. From 2012-2015, she was working on the “Strategic Development of the National Climate Initiative” of the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMU). 

Prior to her occupation at Arepo she worked for the German Energy Agency (dena) in the Renewable Energy Department. Within the Solar roofs programme for foreign market development she co-ordinated projects in Taiwan, Russia, Ethiopia, Laos, Canada and the US.

In 2005 she finished her degree in Political Science with a thesis on “Renewable Energies and poverty reduction in South Africa” and completed her MSc Climate Change and Sustainable Development at the De Monfort University in Leicester in 2012 with distinction.

After extended stays abroad (Hong Kong, UK, South Africa) she is fluent in English. 

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Projekt SPARK Transformation

Our analysis is divided into two parts. Part one, the meta-analysis, summarises the relevant literature (including various practical examples) and embeds it into the debate. …

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