Jean-Sébastien chose to specialise in evaluation, as it is a driver for multidisciplinary work and for experience sharing. Energy efficiency is a topic with many dimensions and already a long and rich history, both in theory and in practice. Therefore Jean-Sébastien’s work is to investigate these materials to provide insights for a better understanding of the key issues, developing innovative approaches and improving implementation, with the overall objective to make energy savings potentials a reality.
Jean-Sébastien has been doing research and studies on the evaluation of energy efficiency policies and programs for about 10 years as a research fellow at Ecole des Mines de Nantes, and now with IEECP. He holds a PhD in energy engineering from Mines ParisTech (2006). He is a board member of IEPPEC (International Energy Policy & Programme Evaluation Conference), a reviewer for several scientific journals and was co-panel leader for the monitoring & evaluation panel at the ECEEE (European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy) Summer Study in 2009 and 2015. He has published more than 20 papers in scientific journals or peer-reviewed proceedings of international conferences.
Capacity buildingClimate planning, adaptation and resilienceEfficient and resilient energy systemEnergy governanceEnergy planning and mitigationEnergy savings obligation, monitoring and verificationConsumers and behavioural change
StreamSAVE Streamlining Energy Savings Calculations