Ankur is an associate in RMI India’s Industrial Decarbonisation team, leading work on sectors such as steel, ammonia, and fertilisers. He also works on national and sub-national policy advancements in green hydrogen and ammonia across hard-to-abate sectors.
Before RMI India, Ankur worked for CEEW and IRADe, covering aspects of long-term energy modelling, net-zero pathways, global energy dynamics, etc. He studied the role of disruptive technologies such as CCUS and green hydrogen and carbon budget in energy system transformations. His other works include assessing the evolution of India’s energy portfolio under different principle-driven carbon budgets and analysing carbon space consumption and perceptions of stakeholders about India’s decarbonisation strategies.
Post-graduate diploma, Urban Environment Law and Policy, National Law University
MSc, Environmental Studies and Resource Management, TERI School of Advanced Studies
Certificate in the German Language, University of Delhi
BSc (Hons), Chemistry, University of Delhi
Public Policy Fellow at Citizen for Public Leadership
New Delhi, India