Pharoah Le Feuvre is based in the Renewables Energy Division of the International Energy Agency (IEA), and undertakes analysis in the area of bioenergy for heat and power and transport biofuel markets. The basis of his presentation is the findings from the bioenergy analysis of the IEA’s Renewables 2017 market report. An annual publication which covers renewables energy across the electricity, heat and transport sectors, assessing markets in in the previous year e.g. 2016, and providing a five year forecast e.g. 2017-22 for this year’s edition. Originally from Scotland, he holds a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Management and Technology (Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh), Master’s in Energy Systems and the Environment (Strathclyde University, Glasgow) and has a background working in the renewable energy field in local government, energy consultancy, an energy utility and also undertaking the management of renewable power and heat subsidy schemes for the UK energy regulator Ofgem. Pharoah joined the IEA in 2015 and is based in Paris.