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Shikha Bhasin

Shikha Bhasin

Programme Lead

Shikha Bhasin is a researcher on climate change mitigation policies with a keen interest in innovation systems of low-carbon technologies. She is currently leading The Council’s research on cooling and phasing down hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs). She has previously worked on regulatory frameworks required to meet India's Kigali Amendment commitments, and the institutionalisation of an R&D platform for supporting the phase-out of HFCs in India. A co-author of the India Cooling Action Plan (ICAP), she continues to serve as a member on the implementation committees for the ICAP on R&D and the servicing sector.

A graduate of Delhi University and the London School of Economics and Politics, Shikha has worked extensively on policy-focused international technology cooperation research projects on climate change for over seven years with the German Development Institute (Bonn), the Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (Amsterdam), and Radboud University (Nijmegen). Her research lies at the interface of policy and academia, and has been used to ascertain strategies in various governments, international organisations, and philanthropies. Shikha has served as an Advisory Board member to the Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN) instituted by the UNFCCC, and contributed to the inception and working of the UNFCCC’s Technology Mechanism.

  • 6cups of black coffee a day
  • 4sea turtles rescued
  • 1signed sketch by MF Hussain
  • What I believe in

     

    What is essential is invisible to the eye.

     

    Antoine De Saint

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    What Others say

     

    Shikha has the incredible ability to make things always work out your way, whether you are stuck with work, organising a research event, or happen to have misplaced your suitcase! She is a truly supportive colleague and a wonderful person.

     

    Alina Sen

    Communications Specialist