Juan Camilo Farfan is a research assistant at the Center on Global Energy Policy. He is pursuing a Master of International Affairs at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA), concentrating on energy and environment. He is a physicist with a master’s in applied economics. During the summer, he interned at Aequatis Energy Solutions, conducting research and assisting in business development, project development, and financial modeling to further Aequatis’s development of hydrogen and energy-related projects in North America. Before SIPA, Juan Camilo worked in climate change policy, designing and evaluating carbon pricing schemes. He drafted the latest NDC goals of Colombia for the Paris Agreement as a consultant at the World Bank. Previously, Juan Camilo contributed to Colombia’s climate change financial strategy and the economic impact analysis of climate change in the Colombian economy.