Hadrien HAINAUT
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Hadrien HAINAUT

Project Manager - Climate investment

Hadrien Hainaut is the current project manager of the Landscape of climate finance. He works on the collection and treatment of public data on energy and climate investments in France.

 

His research provides the French public and private finance sector with an integrated approach to the tools and intermediaries of low-carbon capital formation. Prior to I4CE, Hadrien operated as a consultant on energy and climate policies at Futur Facteur 4 (Pierre Radanne) and I Care Environment.

 

He developed and implemented innovative modelling tools to support the public debate on long-term energy policy planning in France. Hadrien holds a master degree in Environment, sustainable development and risk management from the Paris School of International Affairs (Sciences-Po).

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Last contributions
  • 07/01/2021 Climate Report

    Renovation – Landscape of climate finance in the Polish buildings sector

    As part of the EUKI-supported project “Landscape of climate finance: Mainstreaming climate finance in the CEE region”, I4CE supported the Polish think-tank Wise Europa in the elaboration of a Landscape of climate finance in the sector of energy retrofitting of existing buildings in Poland.
  • 10/04/2020 Climate Report

    Investing in climate can help France drive its economic recovery

    Confronted with a health crisis that has caused a global social and economic shock, the European Union and countries around the world are adopting major economic support programs. Following the initial focus that must be on overcoming the health emergency itself, actions that contribute to climate goals can be an effective part of improving both the economy and the resilience of our society. I4CE’s proposal calls for a public finance package of 7 billion euros per year that is estimated to trigger 19 billion euros of additional public and private investment. Altogether, this package would contribute to the economic recovery post-crisis, while simultaneously reinforcing our society against future shocks without reducing France’s contribution to international climate goals.
  • 08/11/2019 Climate Report

    Tracking investment into energy transition in Germany and France: a comparison of methodologies and selected results

    Since 2012, I4CE has been tracking climate investment and finance in France and similar assessments have been conducted in Germany by IKEM. This study compares the methodologies and results of these two exercises – the most advanced in Europe. The paper allows an initial comparison of investments in the two countries, identifying similarities in priority […]
  • 01/10/2019 Climate Report

    Landscape of Climate Finance in France – 2019 Edition

    The 2019 Edition of I4CE’s Landscape of Climate Finance provides an overview of the investments made by governments, households and businesses in support of the French government’s climate-related objectives. The 2019 edition of the Landscape reveals that climate investments exceeded 45 billion euros in 2018 in France. These investments were made by households, public authorities […]
  • 19/02/2019 Climate Report

    Domestic landscape of climate finance: Why systemic approach to climate finance matters?

    Why is it both important and useful to track climate investment and finance flows at the domestic level? In this policy brief, WiseEuropa, New Climate Institute and I4CE present an overview of how systematically tracking these flows can help governments and other stakeholders with quantitative data to assess progress towards national climate objectives as well […]
  • 26/11/2018 Climate Report

    2018 edition of I4CE’s Landscape of Climate Finance

    The 2018 edition of I4CE’s Landscape of Climate Finance provides an overview of climate investments made by governments, households and businesses in France.   In 2017 climate investments exceed €40 billion, equitably distributed between households, businesses and public authorities. Nevertheless, investment needs are estimated at between €50 billion and €70 billion per year; investment needs […]
  • 27/09/2018 Climate Report

    Low-carbon investment 2011 – 2017

    The transition to a low-carbon economy implies significant investments in buildings, transport systems, vehicles, power plants, industry, agriculture. However scaling-up those investments to meet climate and energy objectives requires an improved knowledge base in investments and financial flows in those sectors, as well as policy assessment tools.   This is why I4CE has developed since 2013 a “Landscape of domestic climate […]
  • 13/08/2018 Blog post

    Publication in International Economics of Landscape of Climate Finance methodology

    Since 2014, I4CE has tracked annually the investments made in France supporting climate action, whether by households, businesses or public authorities. The Landscape of Climate Finance is a powerful tool to fuel public debate, help decision makers assess the performance of their actions, and identify the efforts that remain to be undertaken.
  • 22/06/2018 Blog post

    I4CE’s French Landscape of Climate Finance supporting French-German comparison of financing the energy transition

    The conference brought together more than 180 participants from government, industry, research and civil society. They discussed potentials and different approaches to financing the energy transition in France and Germany.
  • 05/04/2018 Op-ed

    Public intervention for house renovations: mobile, motive and opportunity

    The government’s ambitious objectives for the “energy performance” of buildings, in particular private housing units, call for major investments, approximately €15 billion/year. Current incentives have proven capable of raising only half of this amount, and most of these funds go to dispersed interventions with little heed for energy efficiency.
  • 06/12/2017 Climate Report

    Landscape of climate finance in France, 2017 Edition

    To better understand the financing of the fight against climate change and the energy transition, the study identified investments that contribute to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in France. These expenditures are analyzed to identify which actors have undertaken these projects and how they are financed.   Climate investments mainly distributed in three areas […]
  • 13/12/2016 Climate Brief

    COP22 in Marrakech: a push for accelerated action by 2018

    Adopted in 2015 at COP21, the Paris Agreement defines ambitious objectives to orient countries towards developing low-carbon and climate-resilient economies, shifting to a carbon-neutral global economy before the end of the century. It establishes a multilateral cooperation framework governed on the basis of both national and voluntary contributions of States and the initiatives of non-State actors. Yet, […]
  • 07/12/2016 Climate Report

    Landscape of climate finance in France, 2016 Edition

    The Landscape of climate finance is a comprehensive study of domestic financial flows in favor of climate and the broader energy transition in France. The study maps the flows supporting investments leading to greenhouse gas mitigation across the French economy. The principal objective of the study is to support public debate on the role and relevancy of […]
  • 07/12/2016 Foreword of the week

    Expert Meeting on Domestic Climate Finance co-organized with the European Environment Agency (EEA)

    On 25th October 2016 in Copenhagen, the European Environment Agency and I4CE – Institute for Climate Economics hosted an expert meeting convening experts on the tracking of domestic financial flows dedicated to climate action in Europe. The expert meeting brought together government representatives, research centers and civil society actors, with the aim of establishing how […]
  • 18/12/2015 Climate Brief

    COP21 – a successful ‘end of the beginning

    The Paris Agreement provides a clear signal and a solid framework for climate action. Balanced and ambitious in its objectives – including full decarbonization of the global economy before the end of the century – it has all the conditions to encourage everyone to do more. In establishing a new international climate change regime, the […]
  • 12/11/2015 Climate Report

    Landscape of climate finance in France, 2015 edition

    Energy efficiency and sustainable infrastructure are the main investment domains, followed by renewable energy and nuclear. Between 2011 and 2013, climate investment increased by €6bn, with high contrast between domains. Investment in new buildings’ energy efficiency and in sustainable infrastructure increased, whereas investment in renewable energy, particularly renewable power, decreased.   Up to €36bn invested […]
  • 30/06/2015

    On the mobilization of non-state actors for the climate action

    Heading towards the 2015 Paris international Climate Conference (COP21), I4CE, in partnership with ADEME, the French Environment and Energy Management Agency, publishes a ClimasCOPe # 4 aiming to shed some light on the challenges of international climate negotiations. ClimasCOPe # 4 is focused on the challenge of the mobilization of non-state actors in the climate […]
  • 17/06/2015

    The accounting of GHG emissions (MRV)

    Heading towards the 2015 Paris international Climate Conference (COP21), I4CE, in partnership with ADEME, the French Environment and Energy Management Agency, publishes a ClimasCOPe # 3 aiming to shed some light on the challenges of international climate negotiations. ClimasCOPe # 3 is focused on the challenge of Monitoring, Reporting and Verification (MRV) of GHG  emissions. After […]
  • 20/05/2015

    Financing the low-carbon transition

    Heading towards the 2015 Paris international Climate Conference (COP21), CDC Climat Research, in partnership with ADEME, the French Environment and Energy Management Agency, publishes a ClimasCOPe # 2 aiming to shed some light on the challenges of international climate negotiations. ClimasCOPe # 2 is focused on the financing of the low-carbon transition. After an editorial […]

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