Project Manager - Finance, Investment and Climate
Quentin is currently working on “Green Budgets”, which is the assessment of government revenues and expenditures from an ecological point of view. The objective is to develop tools to scan budgets, estimate spending or revenue priorities, and assess their alignment with different environmental objectives.
Before joining I4CE, Quentin worked as a researcher at Cired and IPSL. His research topics have included renewable energies and green jobs. He studied the economic impacts of the deployment of variable renewable energies in France, and robust strategies for the evolution of the nuclear energy sector. For green jobs, he focused on clarifying the macroeconomic mechanisms for job creation and destruction related to investment in low-carbon sectors. Finally, he also acted as an expert on behalf of the government during COP 24 and the publication of the IPCC Special Report 1.5.
Quentin holds a doctorate in environmental economics, a Master’s degree in International Energy from the International Affairs branch of Sciences Po and a degree in mining engineering from the University of Paris. He is currently a teacher in the “Energy Economics” course of the Master “International Energy” of Sciences Po.