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Miquel Muñoz Cabré

Senior Scientist

Miquel Muñoz Cabré is a Senior Scientist at SEI US.

Miquel’s research focuses on renewable energy, the energy transition, and climate change, encompassing aspects such as green finance, policy analysis, and socioeconomic benefits. His current projects include risk mitigation for renewable energy investments in sub-Saharan Africa, national renewable energy policy alignment with climate targets and SDGs, benefit-sharing with local and Indigenous Wayuu communities in La Guajira, Colombia, and the development of an AI tools for policy analysis. At SEI, Miquel has also worked on fossil fuel supply and climate change and just energy transition partnerships. He is part of the SEI Finance for Sustainable Development Programme team, which is dedicated to finding solutions that can support investments in sustainable economic activities in developing countries.

Prior to joining SEI in 2021, Miquel was the William R. Moomaw Visiting Assistant Professor of International Energy and Resource Policy at the Fletcher School, Tufts University, as well as a senior research scholar at Boston University’s Global Development Policy Center. Before that, he was a program officer at the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA).

Miquel was a Fulbright scholar and holds a PhD in environmental science and public policy, a master’s degree in international relations and environmental policy and a master’s degree in environmental management and ecological economics, as well as a bachelor’s degree in physics. He speaks English, Catalan, Spanish and French.

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