Director Tecnea Canada Montreal
Camille Fertel holds a PhD in economics from the University of Paris-Saclay. She then completed a post-doctoral fellowship in applied mathematics in Canada, at GERAD and HEC Montréal. For more than 4 years she worked in the Energy and Environment team of GERAD on issues of economic development, energy modeling and GHG emission reduction strategies. She contributed to the development and application of various decision support tools such as the TIMES-Canada techno-economic model under the aegis of ETSAP (IEA), multi-criteria support models and the integrated assessment model (Economy, Energy, Climate) AD-MERGE dedicated to the analysis of climate change adaptation policies.
She has also worked for the E3 cluster (HEC) and the Quebec government on the development of decision support models applied to energy efficiency management and GHG reduction issues. She teaches environmental economics and the foundations of strategic decision-making at the University of Sherbrooke. She is co-director of research at ETS. She leads the development of Tecnea-Canada.