Hannah E. Murdock
Hannah E. Murdock is Project Manager and Analyst at REN21, where she coordinates the Renewables Global Status Report, REN21’s flagship report published annually since 2005. In addition, she has led REN21’s data collection efforts for the United Nations Environment 1Gigaton Coalition since 2015, and has co-authored the chapter on the status of renewable energy and energy efficiency policy in developing countries in the Coalition’s annual publication. She has authored, co-authored, and contributed to several other publications, most recently co-authoring Renewable Energy Policies in a Time of Transition, jointly produced by IEA, IRENA, and REN21. She also currently serves as Teaching Assistant in the International Energy programme at the SciencesPo Paris School of International Affairs.
Prior to coming to Paris, Ms Murdock was Special Projects Coordinator for Research and Operations in the University of North Texas Office of Sustainability, where she was responsible for research, planning, and analysis for broad sustainability initiatives.
Ms Murdock holds master’s degrees in International Energy from the Sciences Po Paris School of International Affairs, and in Public Administration from the University of North Texas.