Freund, Paul

Paul Freund holds a doctorate in solid state physics from the University of Oxford. He has been working on energy technology and climate change for 30 years. For the past 10 years he was project director of the IEA Greenhouse Gas R and D Programme, an international collaborative programme concerned with understanding and communicating about capture and storage of CO2. Prior to that, he worked with BP on energy technology. His current work includes helping the energy industries communicate with decision makers and general audiences about the key issues facing the world in obtaining and using energy..

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Selected bibliography & translations

Year Norwegian title English Title Rights sold to Foreign publisher
2007 Keeping the lights on. Fossil Fuels in the Century of Climate Change Keeping the lights on. Fossil Fuels in the Century of Climate Change

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