Tom Howes is head of Energy and Environment Division at the International Energy Agency. In this role, he promotes energy and climate issues with IEA countries and associate countries which includes working closely with COP26 and UN on energy and climate issues.
Tom Howes previously worked for the European Commission from 2004 until 2020 where he worked on renewable energy and energy financing policy and energy modeling. He has led or been involved in projects such as energy elements of the 2020 EU COVID-19 recovery package, the 2018 EU long term strategy “A Clean Planet for All”, the economic analysis for the 2016 “Clean Energy Package”, and the first European Directive on renewable energy. Before joining the Commission, Tom Howes was an Energy Analyst at the IEA, a Policy Analyst at the European Commission, an economist for the UK Department of the Environment, and an administrator for the Australian Department of Primary industries and energy.
He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of New South Wales in Australia and a master’s degree in Economics from the UNiversity of York in England.
de 19h à 20h
Le 11 février, nous discuterons de "La Chine aux portes du réseau électrique européen", un document du Groupe d'études géopolitiques