Sven Feige Senior Consultant
Areas of expertise
- Clean Development Mechanism (CDM)
- Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs)
- Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs)
- Low Emission Development Strategies (LEDS)
- Carbon market mechanisms
- Measurement, Reporting, and Verification (MRV) requirements
- Renewable energy sector
- Climate policy
- Climate impact assessment and financing mechanisms
- Master of applied environmental sciences – 2010 Universität Koblenz-Landau, Germany.
- Graduated Industrial Engineer – 2006 Cologne University of Applied Sciences, Germany.
Diplom-Ingenieur / Graduated Engineer for Environmental Protection – 2000 University of Applied Sciences Bingen, Germany
Mr. Sven Feige holds degrees in Environmental Engineering/Protection as well as Industrial Engineering and a master’s degree in Environmental Sciences. He worked as a project engineer for Pro2 Anlagentechnik GmbH, a German manufacturer of technical gas utilization equipment, from 2001 to 2003, where he was responsible for the design and project management of combined heat and power systems using various sources of biogas. He has been working as an independent consultant in the EU emissions trading and gas capture and use sectors since October 2003 and has been involved in UNFCCC and international climate policy since 2005. Sven served as a consultant for Perspectives from 2007 to 2012, concentrating on CDM project and methodology assessment and development in renewable energy, energy conservation, and the waste sector (e.g. waste to energy, biomass, biogas, and wind power).
Sven has been a Senior Consultant on the development of NAMAs and LEDS since 2012, with a particular emphasis on the design of suitable MRV systems for renewable energy, energy conservation, waste management, and transportation in various countries (e.g. India, Vietnam, and Peru). Sven also consults on NDC enhancement and research programs.
Additionally, Sven has been involved in developing standardized baselines for various African countries, including Ethiopia. Moreover, he provides technical support to various initiatives, for example by conducting Mitigation Plausibility Checks of mitigation figures. Sven has outstanding experience in developing statistical frameworks for assessing mitigation effects at the project and aggregated levels. He incorporates this conceptual understanding with extensive experience piloting and implementing GHG emission monitoring, reporting, and communication in a variety of country contexts. Sven has longstanding experience in providing advisory services for German and international ministries and international organizations such as UNFCCC, UNDP, UNEP, World Bank, and other multilateral development agencies and banks. He analyses and prepares complex technical and political documents and information accessible for a range of target audiences, including high-level decision-makers and technical experts.