10 January 2020

Perceval Pradelle

Perceval has a longstanding interest and passion for climate, energy, and carbon footprints. Before joining Beyond Fossil Fuels, he worked for several years in the financial and insurance sector, specialising in data and analytics. He also has previous experience in consulting, mainly on projects related to the energy sector.

Perceval holds a master’s degree in Engineering from Nantes School of Mines and in Economics from Charles University in Prague. Outside of work, Perceval enjoys participating in a few voluntary initiatives around climate and carbon accounting. He is fluent in English, French, and Polish.

 

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