Head of EU Energy & Climate Policies, Centre for Energy & Climate
- Climate change governance
- European energy policy
- Electricity markets
Carole Mathieu is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Energy & Climate of the French Institute for International Relations (Ifri). Her research areas primarily cover climate change policies and the transformation of energy systems, European energy policy and security of gas supply. Prior to joining the Ifri Centre for Energy & Climate, she was an analyst at the French Energy Regulatory Commission (2010-2014). She has been actively involved in defining and defending the positions of the French regulator in the discussions with European Institutions, network and infrastructure operators and market players. Her work focused on the harmonization of European gas network and market rules and on questions relating to energy security of supply of the European Union. She has regularly conducted training sessions at the French Gas Association (AFG) on the EU energy policy and on energy markets regulation. Holding a Master’s degree in Public Administration – Energy from Sciences Po Paris, Carole Mathieu has also studied at Boston College (Massachusetts, U.S.).
The Energy Transition in a Scenario of Sustained Low Fossil Fuel Prices Insight_e Hot Energy Topic #19, November 2016
This HET report assesses the impact of sustained low fossil fuel prices on the transition to a low carbon energy system.
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What will become of US foreign policy under Donald Trump? A selection of Ifri researchers has come together to offer their thoughts on this question. Our experts cover an array of topics through 14 contributions, ranging from the future Sino-American relations, through US engagement in the...
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This report explores the debate on how COP21 could shape expectations of a global shift towards decarbonisation and thus boost low carbon investments.
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Report published by Instytut Spraw Publicznych (ISP) and presented at the 1-2 July 2015 conference organised by ISP, Stiftung Genshagen and Ifri:
Editor: Deborah Sherwood, published by Cligendael International Energy Program (CIEP) and Institut français des relations internationales (Ifri)
Local Content Strategies in the Oil and Gas Sector: How to Maximise Benefits to Host Communities Presented at the World Gas Conference 2015 - Theme Paper
Editor: Deborah Sherwood, published by Institut francais des relations internationales (Ifri)
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