An interview with Oscar Ocampo: On reaching net zero in Mexico

Diego Nevarez*

Edited by Soumya Kannan

Interview | Aug. 29 2022


DOI: 10.38105/spr.knmb3imatd


Mr. Oscar Ocampo is an energy coordinator at the Mexican Institute for Competiveness (IMCO), a non-profit, non-partisan research center that researches and acts on evidence to solve the most important challenges in Mexico. Prior to IMCO, he worked as an advisor to the independent directors of the Board of Directors of the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE). He was also a consultant in public affairs at De la Calle, Madrazo, Mancera, SC, where he participated in the design and evaluation of public policies, regulation, legislative reforms, sectoral studies, matters related to international trade and the North American Free Trade Agreement, as well as in the review of international best practices for various industrial and service sectors. He studied Political Science at the Universität Hamburg and has a Master’s degree in Public Policy from the London School of Economics and Political Science.

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Diego Nevarez

Doctoral program in Strategic Analysis and Anahuac University, Mexico