SIPET aims to create a community of energy transition stakeholders in the region to encourage knowledge SHARING and collaboration. Each month, we feature brief interviews of SIPET community members actively working to reduce the impacts of climate change and accelerate the transition towards clean, affordable, and secure energy for Southeast Asia.
These interviews highlight SIPET members’ work, what they consider milestones, what they are most proud of, and how SIPET can help.
Angelica is the CASE Project Lead for the Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities (ICSC), a Philippine-based international non-government group advancing fair climate policy and low-carbon, climate-resilient development. ICSC is engaged with the international climate and energy policy arena and is the Philippines’ local expert organization for the CASE for Southeast Asia.
A large part of Angelika’s work in the past years has focused on energy policy. She has been involved in research on off-grid island electrification, stranded coal assets, and carbon pricing. Angelika also engages with energy policymakers and stakeholders to support dialogues on low-carbon development and accelerate the energy transition within the Philippines and regionally. She also works as an analyst of the climate finance team to support the development of the team’s climate finance accountability work on energy and mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions.
Read the highlights from Angelika's interview in the "Further Information" section below.