Véronique Bugnion, Adjunct Faculty

Véronique Bugnion, PhD is a scientist, entrepreneur and energy industry leader. She has over 10 years of professional experience and leadership in the financial energy industry and has a track record of pushing the boundaries of energy analytics.

Véronique is currently co-founder and CEO of ClearlyEnergy, provider of innovative search solutions to simplify energy decisions. Prior to ClearlyEnergy, Véronique was Global Head of Carbon and Natural Gas for Thomson Reuters, a role where she developed trading, data and research products for wholesale commodity markets. Thomson Reuters acquired Point Carbon in 2010, where Véronique held the role of Global Head of Trading Analytics, with responsibilities for developing advanced web-based analytic products for the electricity, natural gas and carbon markets. Prior to working with Thomson Reuters and Point Carbon, Véronique worked with Goldman Sachs and Constellation Commodities Group where she focused on the deregulated power, natural gas and emissions markets.

Véronique has a strong publication record in the areas of climate modelling and climate change policy, she holds a PhD degree in climate physics and an MSc in technology and policy, both from M.I.T. Véronique is an adjunct professor at Johns Hopkins University, where she teaches carbon finance and management.

Dr. Bugnion’s JHU email is vbugnio1@jhu.edu. She teaches 425.604 Energy and Climate Finance.

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