Climate neutrality | Verification systems for renewable energies
Marina Kemper is a consultant for renewable energies and climate neutrality at Hamburg Institut. She works on net-zero strategies for various sectors for our clients and customers and advises companies on accounting issues, verification systems for renewable energies and science-based reduction pathways. Most recently, she was also involved as an expert in the review process of the Greenhouse Gas Protocol (GHG), which is the internationally recognised standard for corporate greenhouse gas accounting.
After completing her bachelor’s degree in business administration in Bonn, Marina Kemper completed her master’s degree in sustainability economics and management at the University of Oldenburg. She wrote her Master’s thesis on the topic of corporate carbon performance. Before joining Hamburg Institut, Marina Kemper completed a trainee programme at the German Society for International Cooperation (GIZ) in Jakarta, Indonesia. Before that, she worked as a project manager at the Oldenburg Energy Cluster, where she was involved in the research project “Energetisches Nachbarschaftsquartier Oldenburg”.
Her consulting expertise:
- Verification systems for renewable energies (heat, electricity and gases)
- Climate accounting, complex PCF
- Strategy development for decarbonisation and climate neutrality
- Science-based reduction pathways (SBTi)