Adrien Concordel is a Graduate Research Assistant at the MIT Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research. His research focuses on the resources issues and energy-returns challenges of the energy transition. He is passionate about merging interdisciplinary approaches in economics, systems modeling and engineering to assess energy policies and strategies.

Before joining CEEPR, Adrien worked as a consultant in the Middle-East where he participated in designing Iraq’s long term energy strategy and power sector reform. Adrien holds a Diplôme d’Ingénieur from École Polytechnique, France, and previously pursued prospective research at Électricité de France, one of the world’s largest producers of electricity.