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Aman Malik

Aman Malik

PhD student


Transformation Pathways


Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)


T +49 (0)331 288 2580

P.O. Box 60 12 03
14412 Potsdam

Aman Malik is part of the Global Energy Systems Modelling Group in Research Domain III at PIK. He is part of CD-LINKS , COMMIT, and PEP1p5 (Pathways and Entry Points to Limit Global Warming to 1.5C) projects.


Sferra, F., Krapp, M., Roming, N., Schaeffer, M., Malik, A., Hare, B., & Brecha, R. (2019). Towards optimal 1.5° and 2° C emission pathways for individual countries: A Finland case study. Energy Policy, 133, 110705.

Wang, H., Chen, W., Bertram, C., Malik, A., Kriegler, E., Luderer, G., ... & Krey, V. (2019). Early transformation of the Chinese power sector to avoid additional coal lock-in. Environmental Research Letters.

Malik A., Bertram C., Despres J., Emmerling J., Fujimori S., Garg A., Kriegler E., Luderer G., Mathur R., Roelfsema M., Shekhar S., Vishwanathan S., Vrontisi Z. (2020). Reducing Stranded Assets through early action in the Indian power sector. Environmental Research Letters.

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