Thomas Kerr is a Senior Energy Analyst at the International Energy Agency (IEA) Secretariat in Paris. He manages the IEA energy technology roadmaps project, which is developing a series of global roadmaps to accelerate the most important low-carbon energy technologies that are needed to address climate change. He is also contributing to the IEA Energy Technology Perspectives series, providing analysis and policy recommendations for areas like technology transfer, behavioral aspects of clean energy technology solutions, and air and water pollution impacts of clean energy technologies. He is an expert on carbon capture and storage, efficient energy supply technologies and policies, methane emissions and recovery technologies and policies, and energy research and development policies. Mr. Kerr authored the IEA publications the CCS Roadmap (2009), CO2 Capture and Storage: A Key Carbon Abatement Option (2008) and Legal Aspects of CO2 Storage – Updates and Recommendations (2007). Prior to this position, Mr. Kerr was the Chief of the Energy Supply and Industry Branch in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Office of Air and Radiation in Washington, D.C.
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