Oreane Edelenbosch is researcher at the PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency and is affiliated scientist at EIEE.
Oreane Edelenbosch works at the Copernicus Institute for Sustainable Development at Utrecht University, focusing in particular on the contribution of energy efficiency and demand changes in buildings, industry and transport to global climate scenarios. She has held positions at PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, during which she obtained her PhD, Polytechnic University of Milan, as a post-doc researcher where her work focused on modelling the impacts of behavior and heterogeneity on energy consumption. As part of the IMAGE team at PBL she contributed to the development of the Shared Socio Economic Scenario’s, the commonly used reference scenario’s in climate science community. She is also an associated researcher at Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, and contributed to the UNEP Emissions Gap Report 2017 and the IPCC special report on 1.5 ºC global warming.
RFF Working Papers Series , 21-04, February 2021 - 2021Global Vulnerability of Crop Yields to Climate Change
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management , Volume 109, September 2021, 102462 - 2021Impacts of a warmer world on space cooling demand in Brazilian households
Energy and Buildings , Volume 234, 1 March 2021, 110696 - 2021Power systems' performance under high renewables' penetration rates: a natural experiment due to the COVID-19 demand shock
Environmental Research Letters , Volume 16, Number 6 - 2021Climate change and development in South Africa: the impact of rising temperatures on economic productivity and labour availability
Climate and Development Journal , - 2020Impacts of climate change on energy systems in global and regional scenarios
Nature Energy , Volume 5, pages794–802(2020) - 2020Amplification of future energy demand growth due to climate change
Nature Communications , Volume 10, Article number: 2762 - 2019Building Risk into the Mitigation/Adaptation Decisions simulated by Integrated Assessment Models
Environmental and Resource Economics , 74(4), 1687-1721, December 2019 - 2019Interaction of consumer preferences and climate policies in the global transition to low-carbon vehicles
Nature Energy , Volume 3, pages 664–673 - 2018Residual fossil CO2 emissions in 1.5-2°C pathways
Nature Climate Change , Volume 8, pages 626–633 - 2018The influence of institutions, governance, and public opinion on the environment: Synthesized findings from applied econometrics studies
Energy Research & Social Science , Volume 43, September 2018, Pages 77-95 - 2018