Pier Paolo Raimondi
Pier Paolo Raimondi is a researcher in the “Energy, climate and resources” programme at IAI. His main research topics are related to energy markets and energy geopolitics and geoeconomics in major geographical areas, such as Europe, the Middle East and North Africa, Africa and the former Soviet Union area. Pier Paolo is also a PhD student at the Doctoral School “Institutions and Politics” at the Catholic University of Milan. From 2018 to 2021, he also collaborated with Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM). He holds a Master in International Relations and a Bachelor degree in Political Science from the University of Milan.
His publications include:
● “The Scramble for Mediterranean Hydrogen: Energy or Geopolitics?”, in ISPI Commentaries, 21 May 2021
● (with Simone Tagliapietra), “The Geopolitical Implications of Global Decarbonization for MENA Producing Countries”, in Oxford Energy Forum, No. 126 (February 2021), p. 48-51
● (with Michel Noussan, Rossana Scita and Manfred Hafner), “The Role of Green and Blue Hydrogen in the Energy Transition. A Technological and Geopolitical Perspective”, in Sustainability, Vol. 13, No. 1 (January 2021), Article 298
● (with Manfred Hafner), “Priorities and Challenges of the EU Energy Transition: From the European Green Package to the New Green Deal”, in Russian Journal of Economics, Vol. 6, No. 4 (2020), p. 374-389