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Jean-Thomas Pénet

Project Assistant

As a member of NOVE’s energy practice, Jean-Thomas utilises his international cross-sectoral background and his interest in EU affairs to help clients in their transition to more sustainable business practices.

Prior to joining NOVE, Jean-Thomas worked at BNP Paribas, where he contributed to risk policy and analysis, and later helped contextualise bilateral relations between France and Denmark (EU Ecofin, Industry, Trade, Energy & Climate) as Economic Officer at the French Embassy in Copenhagen. After completing his further education on energy transformation and climate transition, he mapped climate adaptation efforts in Denmark, Germany and Switzerland for the carbon transition think tank The Shift Project. Following this, he contributed to several CSR projects for the European secretariat of Caritas, while actively working as part of the multi-faceted European Leadership Programme.

During his studies at Sciences Po Strasbourg (politics, economics, and European affairs), Jean-Thomas’ involvement in the diplomacy club (London International Model United Nations) led him to support the US Consulate General Strasbourg’s public affairs and monitor developments at the Council of Europe. After an Erasmus programme researching economics and transatlantic relations (TTIP) at the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, he then specialised in economics and finance for his MSc.




Jean-Thomas Pénet

Project Assistant

As a member of NOVE’s energy practice, Jean-Thomas utilises his international cross-sectoral background and his interest in EU affairs to help clients in their transition to more sustainable business practices.

Prior to joining NOVE, Jean-Thomas worked at BNP Paribas, where he contributed to risk policy and analysis, and later helped contextualise bilateral relations between France and Denmark (EU Ecofin, Industry, Trade, Energy & Climate) as Economic Officer at the French Embassy in Copenhagen. After completing his further education on energy transformation and climate transition, he mapped climate adaptation efforts in Denmark, Germany and Switzerland for the carbon transition think tank The Shift Project. Following this, he contributed to several CSR projects for the European secretariat of Caritas, while actively working as part of the multi-faceted European Leadership Programme.

During his studies at Sciences Po Strasbourg (politics, economics, and European affairs), Jean-Thomas’ involvement in the diplomacy club (London International Model United Nations) led him to support the US Consulate General Strasbourg’s public affairs and monitor developments at the Council of Europe. After an Erasmus programme researching economics and transatlantic relations (TTIP) at the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, he then specialised in economics and finance for his MSc.

Education

Master of Science: Corporate and Market Finance – University of Strasbourg
Master’s degree: Politics, Economics and EU Affairs – Sciences Po Strasbourg

Nationality

French

Languages

French, English, German, Danish

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