Mathilde joined the policy team at Eunomia in March 2017 and uses the analytical and modelling skills acquired during the completion of academic research for a variety of projects at the consultancy. She is interested in developing innovative and effective policy measures in the energy and waste sectors.
Since joining Eunomia, Mathilde has contributed to the Renewable Energy Planning Database, a project which seeks to provide up-to-date information to the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy on the state of renewable energy developments in the UK. She is also participating in a project for the European Commission, looking at how to reduce pollution from microplastics in the oceans.
Previously Mathilde worked at the Schumacher Institute, a Bristol-based sustainability think-tank, where she undertook research into the prospects of geothermal energy in the UK. Through this work, she developed research and report writing skills, with a focus on policy recommendations. Mathilde has also been involved in research with the volcanology group at the University of Bristol, contributing to the management of databases and writing academic papers.
Mathilde has a master’s degree in Geology from the University of Bristol. During her studies, she gained experience in the resource and energy sectors, developing a particular interest in geothermal energy during her year abroad in Iceland.
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