• Post-graduate Degree in International Economics, Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées, Paris (1989),
  • Master Degree in International Economics, University of Paris I, Panthéon-Sorbonne (1988),
  • Master Degree in European Economics and Law, University of Paris I, Panthéon-Sorbonne (1988). 

French (native), Spanish (fluent), English (fluent), Russian (basic).

Emmanuel Bergasse

CASE Fellow

CASE Fellow


  • energy policy and market reforms in economies in transition
  • South East Europe
  • Mediterranean countries
  • energy policy development
  • Energy security and gas transit
  • renewable energy policy
  • Energy statistics



Current Positions:

  • CASE Fellow
  • Independent Senior Consultant / Bergasse Conseils

Previous Positions:

  • Administrator at International Energy Agency (IEA/OECD) for the cooperation with Central and Southeast European countries
  • Long term expert/Energy economist at Georgian Energy Efficiency Centre
  • Energy Analyst and Project coordinator at Center for Studies and Economic Research in Energy (CEREN)


Selected Publications:

  • EuroMed Energy Cooperation & the Mediterranean Solar Plan: A unique opportunity for a fresh start in a new era? (CIDOB, Barcelona, July 2011),
  • Guidebook Heliosthana, a Mediterranean sustainable energy country (WWF International, Brussels, May 2010) - co-author,
  •  Publication Energy in the Western Balkans: The Path to Reform and Reconstruction(IEA/UNDP, Paris, 2008) - co-author,
  • Main author of Energy in the Western Balkans: The Path to Reform and Reconstruction (2008), and energy policy reviews of Slovak Republic (2006) and Czech Republic (2001),
  • Contributor to Energy Policy Review Compendium-Central and South East Europe section (2001-2005), Black Sea Energy Survey (2000) and OECD,
  • Paper Energy Efficiency in Economies in Transition (2004).


project involvement: expert

case publications