Kleinman Birol Fellowship
About the Fellowship
The Kleinman Birol Fellowship at the International Energy Agency enables Penn graduate students to work on energy issues at IEA headquarters in Paris.
Energy Education Abroad
Learn about global energy challenges, work alongside the world’s leading experts, and research energy topics of interest to you.
In 2016, the Kleinman Center for Energy Policy partnered with the International Energy Agency to support graduate students interested in spending a summer working on energy policy research. This prestigious fellowship provides a designated position to a highly motivated Penn student with experience working on energy, environmental, or economic issues.
About the IEA
The International Energy Agency (IEA) is an intergovernmental organization committed to advancing the security of energy supply, economic growth, and environmental sustainability through energy policy cooperation. The IEA is based in Paris, France and operates as an autonomous body within the framework of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
With COP25 in Full Swing, a Look at Chile’s Energy Transition
Through her Kleinman-Birol fellowship at the International Energy Agency, Mary Lim looked closely at Chile’s energy policies and objectives. Explore how the COP25 host country is progressing on its own targets.
Deep-Decarbonization Strategy for India
India is the third-largest emitter of carbon emissions after China and the U.S. and at its current pace is projected to overtake the U.S. by 2030. Kleinman Birol Fellow Khushboo Goel explores.
Examining the Role of Early-Stage Venture Capital Investment in Energy
VC deal flows for companies with solar module and component technologies have fallen in recent years, while startups with business models related to providing financial and marketplace solutions for developing solar projects have received relatively more investment.