Stéphane QUEFELEC’s combined quantitative, technical and strategic expertise has brought him to lead and contribute to various international and multi-discipline projects related to environment and development issues, of which energy and climate change, for several international and continental organisations, NGOs and academic institutions.
In the past, he has worked for the European Commission as an economist statistician and at the UNEP/MAP/Plan Bleu Office where he was in charge of the energy and climate change actions. In the last 10 years, he provided consultancy services to several regional organisations (UN-Env., the EC, the EIB, CARICOM, ASEAN, AUC, UNESCWA, CGLU-Africa etc) and to several national governments in Europe, North Africa and Sub-Sahara African countries.
Stephane supports his clients in building capacities, analysing and producing data, carrying out environmental strategic assessments, managing evaluation studies and defining monitoring and reporting systems (MRV type) for PPP (programmes, policies and projects).
Although Stéphane knows very well issues related to sustainable energy and energy transition, he is also qualified to lead holistic, systemic and multidisciplinary projects. He has for instance supported clients in analysing NDCs scenarios, evaluating climate change impacts, producing environmental integrated analysis, defining city level climate change actions and improving the quality of indicators and statistics in several domains (of which external trade, water, energy, circular economy, SDGs indicators). Stéphane provides also regularly lectures, trainings and publishes articles in reviews and books.
Stéphane QUEFELEC holds a Phd in Economics from the University of Marseille (France) and a Master in Economic of development and Project analysis from the University of Clermont-Ferrand (CERDI / France).