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Ksenia Petrichenko is a Building Policy Analyst, responsible for improvement of the data quality, scenario and baseline analyses as well as policy evaluation. Prior to joining GBPN, Ksenia has been involved in a number of successful projects (with UNEP, UNEP SBCI, IIASA, Eco Ltd, UNIDO, IFC, EBRD, etc.) in the field of climate change and energy efficiency, with a specific focus on the building sector. During her work with the Centre for Climate Change and Sustainable Energy Policy Ksenia was working on the development of complex models and scenarios for estimating mitigation and energy saving potential in buildings. In her PhD research Ksenia is investigating the potential for net-zero energy buildings on the global and regional scales. Together with top-level experts in the field of energy and climate change issues she made scientific contributions to Global Energy Assessment and IPCC 5th Assessment Report.
Making a "black box" transparent: role of the open data in the building sector
as author at European Data Forum (EDF), Athens 2014,