Yasmine Arsalane has worked throughout her career on energy economics, focusing on the modelling and analysis of interactions between energy and climate policies. In 2017, she joined the International Energy Agency as Energy Analyst, to contribute to the analyses on the power sector and macro-economic assumptions for the World Energy Outlook publication series.

Prior to joining the IEA, she worked as senior analyst in an energy consulting company (Enerdata, 2011-2017), where was involved in several advisory and research activities intended to high level actors of the energy sector (large utilities, government bodies, European Commission) , leveraging global energy modelling solutions dedicated to scenario building and analysis.

Prior to Enerdata, Yasmine was involved in land-use modelling projects in order to conjointly assess energetic system, food demand and the evolution of environmental constraint (CIRED and INRA).

Yasmine graduated as engineer (AgroParis Tech and Ensimag) and earned an MSc in Energy and Environmental Economics (ParisTech).