Margherita Adragna
Chair, COGEN Europe

Margherita (Maggi) Adragna is Sr. General Manager Lifecycle Solutions for GE’s Industrial Solutions Business, a global leader in creating a cleaner, smarter and more efficient electrical infrastructure. Industrial Solutions creates advanced global technologies that safely, reliably and efficiently distribute, protect and control electricity.
As Sr. General Manager for Lifecycle Solutions, Maggi is responsible for the growth and execution of Service offerings across the lifecycle of electrical infrastructure assets. She leads a global team focusing on new market development, new technologies including digital investments and execution of product, repair & field service offerings.
Prior to joining GE’s Industrial Solutions business, Maggi was the Sr. General Manager, Global Services for GE’s Distributed Power business.
Maggi earned her bachelor’s degree in finance and economics at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, California, and her MBA in International Business from Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York.
She has been a co-leader of GE’s Women’s Network in EMEA and is currently an ally and executive sponsor of GE’s GLBTA Italy chapter.

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Antonio Aguiló Rullán

Antonio is an industrial engineer with 15 years of experience in the fields of energy efficiency and renewable energy. He earned a MEng on Industrial Engineering in 2001 and a PhD on Renewable Energy applications in buildings in 2008. For seven years Antonio worked as an energy consultant developing energy strategies for large mixed use developments and as an energy advisor to regional authorities in the UK. In 2011 Antonio started to work for the European Commission as a project officer on the area of sustainable heating and cooling. More recently, since January 2017 he joined the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking where he is responsible for the demonstration activities of fuel cell applications for heat and power production.


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Aurélie Beauvais
Policy Director, SolarPower Europe

Aurélie Beauvais is the Policy Director of SolarPower Europe, the European association representing companies and organization active along the whole Solar value chain. SolarPower Europe is particularly committed to shaping the regulatory environment and enhance business opportunities for solar power in Europe. Prior to joining SolarPower Europe, she headed the EU Affairs department of the French Union of Electricity (UFE) from 2012 to 2017. She holds a Double Master’s degree in Political Sciences and Public Affairs from the Political Science Institute of Bordeaux.


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Peter Botschek
Director Climate Action & Energy, CEFIC

Peter Botschek holds the position of director of climate change & energy with Cefic – the European Chemical Industry Council. Before joining Brussels-based Cefic, Peter was seconded from HYDRO Agri, today known as YARA, to the European Fertilizer Manufacturers Association in Brussels, as Issue Manager for Agriculture and Environment. Before then, he was part of the application consultancy department Thomasdünger GmbH in Germany after managing fertilizer application experiments at the company’s research & development station.
Peter is a frequent speaker and advisor on energy, climate and HSE policies at EU institutions, think tanks and EU and international bodies.
He received his doctorate in agriculture in Bonn, Germany, specialising in plant nutrition and environment issues.

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Mr Jorgo Chatzimarkakis
Secretary General, Hydrogen Europe

Following diverse political positions in Germany, Mr Jorgo Chatzimarkakis was a Member of the European Parliament from 2004 to 2014 (ITRE, ECON, CONT). He was then appointed Ambassador-at-Large for the Greek government during the financial crisis. Since 2016, he is Secretary General of Hydrogen Europe, the European Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association.
Mr Chatzimarkakis was born in Duisburg, Germany. He holds German and Greek nationality, and a degree in Political Science from the University of Bonn.


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Tudor Constantinescu
Principal Adviser to Director-General for Energy, DG Energy, European Commission

Dr Tudor Constantinescu is Principal Adviser to the Director General for Energy in the European Commission since March 2011. He is an engineer and economist by education. Before joining the Commission, he set up as Executive Director the Buildings Performance Institute Europe.
He was the president of the Romanian Agency for Energy Conservation and for the period 2008-2009 he ensured the presidency of the EnR network of European Energy Agencies. Between 1996-2007, he coordinated the energy efficiency and related environmental activities of the Energy Charter Secretariat in Brussels.

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Joost Declerck
Energy Efficiency Promoter, Belfius Bank

After obtaining a Master of Law in Leuven in 1983, Joost Declerck started his career in banking in executive functions granting SME loans, then later continuing in financing renewable energy (photovoltaic installations) as deputy manager of Belfius Lease. Since 2014, he has been active as energy efficiency promotor in Belfius Bank towards the Public, Social Profit and Corporate Clients. His tasks include developing alternative financing products for energy efficiency investments and setting up and implementing with the European Investment Bank the Private Finance for Energy Efficiency Program in Belgium. This Program helps Belfius' customers to finance energy efficiency investments via attractive funding and an EIB portfolio guarantee. Belfius developed a specific Esco financing approach.

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Guido de Wilt,
Policy Officer, DG Environment, European Commission

In 1989 Guido de Wilt graduated in chemistry and physics at Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands. After a career in higher education he joined the European Commission in 2003 to work in the field of energy efficiency, including cogeneration and ecodesign. Since 2012 he has been working in DG Environment for cleaner air in Europe, with a focus on mainstreaming air quality in other policies and in EU funding.


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Max Fette
Research Associate, Fraunhofer IFAM

Max Fette – is a research associate and project manager in the field of energy systems analysis at the Fraunhofer IFAM. His main areas of research are combined heat and power, district heating and the interactions between the electricity and the heat market.
He has previously worked as a consulting engineer in the UK where he planned, designed and oversaw the construction of communal heating schemes for up to 2500 dwellings. Since 2010 he worked as a research associate for the Bremer Energie Institut, which was integrated into the Fraunhofer IFAM in 2013.
Max studied at the University of Technology in Ilmenau (Germany), City University London and London Southbank University and holds degrees in Mechanical Engineering (MSc.) and Business Administration (MBA).

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Senne Gabriels
Director, COGEN Flanders

Senne Gabriels graduated as industrial engineer in electrotechnics and civil engineer in the field of energy. After his studies he started at the Belgian federal ministry for energy following subject as European grid codes, permits, electricity market developments. In August of 2017 he started as operational director of COGEN Flanders.




Paul Hodson
Head of Unit Energy Efficiency, DG Energy, European Commission

Paul Hodson is head of the European Commission's energy efficiency unit. He previously worked for the Commission on renewable energy; urban transport; and as a speechwriter. Before joining the Commission, he was head of transport policy at Manchester City Council and transport policy manager at Reading Borough Council. He began his career in the Inner Cities Unit of the UK's National Council for Voluntary Organisations. He has a degree in history from Cambridge University and a master in urban planning from Oxford Polytechnic.


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Jeremy Harrison
Delta Energy & Environment

Jeremy Harrison recently joined the Edinburgh based consultancy, Delta Energy & Environment following fifteen years as Technical Head of Distributed Energy with E.ON.
He has been active in the field of distributed energy for more than thirty years with experience in micro-generation, energy efficiency and related technologies including micro CHP, heat pumps, solar photovoltaics and energy storage.
Although initially focused on distributed energy technologies themselves, he became concerned with the way in which these technologies interact with the wider energy system. This includes the way in which specific technologies, or combinations thereof, support or, in some cases, adversely affect one another, the buildings to which they are applied and the networks to which they are connected.
Most recently he was active in E.ON’s Local Energy System Programme which is undertaking development of microgrids in a number of European countries, and is exploring the relative merits of partially and fully distributed microgeneration and energy storage technologies.

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Eva Hennig
Chair of Distribution Committee, Eurogas/Thüga

Eva Hennig, study of Mechanical Engineering at TU Munich. With Thüga AG in Munich since 1989 in various positions. The Thüga Group constitutes the largest alliance of municipal utilities in Germany active in the sectors gas, electricity, district heating. Active in the field of DSO regulation for gas and electricity, sector coupling and renewable gas. Head of Department for EU Energy Policy. Since 2012 chair of the Eurogas Distribution Committee.



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Eva Hoos
Policy Officer for Energy Efficiency, DG Energy, European Commission

Eva Hoos is a policy officer in the Renewable Energy Unit of DG ENERGY of the European Commission. Her policy portfolio covers renewable heating and cooling policy and the relevant provisions in the revised Renewable Energy Directive and regional energy cooperation for renewable energy in the Baltic Sea Region.
Eva Hoos holds a law degree and a business degree in management. She joined the Renewable Energy Unit in October 2016. Previously she worked in the Energy Efficiency Unit of DG Energy in the general policy team covering the Energy Efficiency Directive and the EU Heating and Cooling Strategy. Before joining the European Commission she held different positions in the public and private sectors as advisor in international energy law and energy market regulation.

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Lukáš Jančok
Power Engineering Specialist, TEDOM

Lukas graduated automation engineering from Czech Technical University in Prague and power engineering at Brno University of Technology. This combination provided him an advantage to take part in very interesting projects that connect the technology with power markets or in general with special control requirements. With 5 years of experience in the field of gas heat pumps (GHP) and cogeneration (CHP) is working at TEDOM a.s. in sales, project management, on development projects and leads internal product management groups.


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Benedek Jávor
Member of the European Parliament, Greens/EFA

Benedek Jávor is a Hungarian environmentalist and a founding member of Dialogue for Hungary party (Párbeszéd Magyarországért). He is also a member of the European Parliament for Together – Dialogue for Hungary Alliance (Együtt – Párbeszéd Magyarországért Választási Szövetség). He is first vice-chair of the Committee for Environment, Public Health and Food Safety and is a substitute member of the Committee of Industry, Research and Energy. In the 2010 general elections, he won a seat in the Hungarian National Assembly and was Chair of the Sustainable Development Committee for most of his mandate. Furthermore, Benedek is a founding member of the environmental NGO Védegylet (Protect the Future!) and holds a PhD. in biology. He is the author of several articles and publications on environmental threats, ‘going green’, and the future of the Earth.

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Christoph Jugel
Director Energy Systems, German Energy Agency (dena)

Mr. Christoph Jugel is Director Energy Systems at the Deutsche Energie-Agentur (dena) – German Energy Agency. He is responsible for dena projects on the further development of electricity grids (e.g. ancillary services, generation-/consumption-side flexibility, energy storage, grid fees, and integration of renewables), continuing convergence of all energy consumption sectors (e.g. via power to gas), digitalisation of the energy sector, urban energy transition and decarbonisation of the energy system. In addition, he leads the ‘dena Study Integrated Energy Transition’, in which experts from multiple industries develop strategies for the transformation of all sectors towards an integrated energy system that meets climate goals while safeguarding competitiveness, energy supply reliability, and social acceptance.
Before coming to dena, Christoph Jugel ran his own consulting firm since 2008, giving strategic advice on the digital transformation of the energy industry, with emphasis on developing data-driven business procedures and innovating business models by creating ‘Digital Business Ecosystems’. In addition, his company operated a proprietary digital energy transparency platform. Before, he held various positions in the Arvato Bertelsmann group of companies since 2002, providing logistics and direct marketing services as well as working in the corporate headquarters and in an Internet start-up. Christoph Jugel studied and graduated in Business Administration at WHU (Otto Beisheim Graduate School of Management in Vallendar / Koblenz, Germany), with exchange semesters in the USA and Spain.

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Konstantinos Kavvadias
Project Officer, Joint Research Centre, European Commission

Konstantinos Kavvadias holds a PhD in chemical engineering from the National Technical University of Athens, specialising in process and system analysis and design. He has more than 15 years of experience in the energy sector focusing on energy system analysis, technologies and economics. He has more than 15 peer reviewed publications on high impact scientific journals related to cogeneration, district heating, and desalination.
In the past he was involved in the design of cogeneration solutions for hospitals.
Between 2010 and 2013 he worked at the International Atomic Energy Agency focusing on nuclear cogeneration for desalination and district heating. In 2014 he joined the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission. Since then he is providing policy support for the implementation of the Energy Efficiency Directive, and he performs scientific research on topics related to heating and cooling.

Nick Keramidas

Nick Keramidas
EU Affairs Director, Mytilineos

Nick Keramidas is EU Affairs Director at MYTILINEOS SA, a leading company in the sectors of EPC, metallurgy, power generation & retail and gas trading. Nick is responsible for the company’s operations in Brussels, including lobbying for the company’s interests in the energy and metallurgy sectors before the EU Institutions.
Prior to his engagement at MYTILINEOS in 2010, Nick held the position of Special Advisor to the Greek Ministry of Development, with a focus on energy, competition and public procurement. He has also worked as Legal advisor to the Hellenic TSO in Electricity. Before that, he was an associate at a Brussels-based law firm and has also served as a stagiaire for the European Commission (DG MARKT).
Nick holds an LLM in European & International Economic Law from the LMU München, and a Law Degree from the Athens Law School.

Wouter Koopman

Wouter Koopman
EU Affairs Manager Gas and LNG, Shell

Wouter Koopman is EU Affairs Manager Gas and LNG for Royal Dutch Shell, based in The Hague. Mr. Koopman is responsible for Shell’s European policy and advocacy efforts related to natural gas market development. Prior to his current role, he has held various commercial and strategy roles within Shell’s Exploration & Production and Integrated Gas businesses, based in London, The Hague and Nigeria. Most recently, Mr. Koopman served as the strategy lead for Shell’s refreshed Integrated Gas strategy. Prior to joining Shell, Mr. Koopman was Finance Director at the global airline company AirFranceKLM holding different responsibilities including positions in the fuels department. He holds a MSc degree in International Business Economics from the Erasmus University of Rotterdam and a MSc degree from the Free University of Amsterdam.

Hans Korteweg

Hans Korteweg
Managing Director, COGEN Europe

Hans Korteweg was appointed Managing Director of COGEN Europe in May 2017. He has more than 15 years of energy and environment policy experience, during which time he spearheaded the implementation of effective communications and lobbying strategies for high-growth organisations in Brussels, across Europe and internationally. He also has a decade of association management experience. Most recently, Hans was Director of Communications and Government Affairs, EMEA Region, for the Westinghouse Electric Company.



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Darius Maikštėnas
Chairman of the Board and CEO of Lietuvos Energija

Darius Maikštėnas, Chairman of the Board and CEO of Lietuvos Energija, has been managing international innovative telecommunication solutions company Wider Communications, established in Silicon Valley. Prior to this, D. Maikštėnas had more than 20 years of experience in executive level leadership positions across IT, Telecommunications industries. D. Maikštėnas is a graduate of the Harvard Business School GMP (General Management Program), a graduate of the Baltic Management Institute with a Master of Business Administration degree.




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Simon Minett
Managing Director, Challoch Energy

Simon has more than 25 years of experience in the energy sector. He founded Challoch Energy in 2008 and has worked on many CHP projects across Europe, among other clean energy assignments. Simon is one of Europe’s foremost experts on renewables, CHP and energy efficiency policy and deployment.
Prior to Challoch, Simon founded Delta Energy and Environment a strong research and consulting practice in the UK, leaving in 2008. He served as the Managing Director of COGEN Europe from March 1998 to October 2006. Prior to COGEN Europe, Simon worked in the UK for the de-facto energy agency ETSU for 8 years, where he was responsible for the CHP programme of the Government's energy efficiency scheme.

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Thomas Nowak
Secretary-General, European Heat Pump Association

Thomas is a long term (renewable) energy aficionado. Apart from closely following the energy transition both in the electricity and heating sectors, he is the owner of a heat pump, a PV power plant and a building in which both peacefully cooperate.
In his professional live, Thomas represents the European Heat Pump Association (EHPA) as Secretary General in Brussels. His main responsibilities are the representation of the industry at the European institutions, networking with other stakeholders in the field of heating and cooling as well as the management of the association and its future development.
Thomas has published several articles on heat pump technology and the integration of heat pumps in the energy system and has spoken on this topic in European and international conferences.
He has also been contributing to scientific publications including the IEA energy technology perspectives and the REN21 Renewables Global Status Report.
Before working for the EHPA, he has worked in several projects on the economic and social benefits of renewable energy.
Thomas holds a university degree in business administration and economics.

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Burak Ozsoylu
Head of Marketing, GE Distributed Power

Burak Ozsoylu has more than fifteen years of global business experience in power generation industry with strong focus on marketing, strategy and business development. He is based in Austria leading marketing at GE’s Distributed Power Business and is responsible for growing GE’s gas engine solutions worldwide. Having a background of Electrical & Electronics Engineering and an MBA degree, he held various positions in power industry including generation, T&D and energy trading.
He has various studies on benchmarking different power generation technologies, value of generation assets’ flexibility with high renewables penetration and role of gas engines in power & heat sector coupling. Furthermore, he contributes to the policy discussions to help shape ‘the future of energy” in the midst of transformations in the energy landscape.

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Oliver Rapf
Executive Director, the Buildings Performance Institute Europe

Since 2011, Oliver Rapf is Executive Director of BPIE, the Buildings Performance Institute Europe, a Brussels based think-tank with a focus on energy and the built environment. Oliver is leading the strategic and programmatic development of BPIE and is regularly advising governments and private sector stakeholders on the development and implementation of policies and support programmes to improve the energy performance of buildings. Oliver has been active as a jury member of architectural, environmental and sustainability awards, serves on various advisory boards and is a regular speaker at international conferences.
Before joining BPIE, Oliver worked for the global conservation organization WWF in various roles, including as Head of the Climate Business Engagement unit of WWF International, managing strategy and partnership development with the private sector. Leading an international team, he advised multinational companies on climate change and energy issues.
Oliver’s experience in buildings efficiency goes back to the late 90s when he was a project leader for several deep renovation projects on behalf of WWF in cooperation with housing companies across Germany. Earlier, Oliver participated in UNFCCC negotiation process, and was the leader of the German NGO coalition at international conferences. In his early career, he worked on regional sustainability strategies and spatial planning.

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Dominique Ristori
Director General, DG Energy, European Commission

Dominique Ristori has been working in the European Commission since 1978 where he has held several positions. Prior to his current position, he was Director- General of the Joint Research Centre (JRC) (2010-2013).
Between 2006 and 2010 Dominique Ristori was Deputy Director General of the Directorate General for Energy.
Whilst Director in charge of General Affairs and Resources at Directorate-General for Energy and Transport (2000 - 2006), he was responsible for interinstitutional relations; enlargement and international relations; coordination of energy and transport research; internal market, state aids, infringements and public service obligations; passengers' and users' rights; central management of human and budgetary resources. Between 1996 and 1999, he was Director in charge of European Energy Policy at Directorate-General for Energy.
Dominique Ristori played an important role in the preparation and adoption process of the two first Directives on the Internal Market for gas and electricity. He launched also successfully the Florence and Madrid Forum for electricity and gas at the origin of the regulatory process in the energy sector.
In the period of 1990 – 1996 Dominique Ristori was in charge of transnational cooperation between SMEs at the Directorate-General for Enterprise policy.
Dominique Ristori graduated from the Institute of Political Studies of Paris (1975).

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Luca Maria Rossi
Vice President, Industrial & Product Management at Baker Hughes, a GE company

Luca Maria Rossi is Vice President, Industrial and Product Management of the Turbomachinery & Process Solutions business at Baker Hughes, a GE company. He assumed this position in July 2017 when the merger between GE Oil & Gas and Baker Hughes to form the first digital fullstream oil and gas company was completed. With 20 years of global industry experience Luca is responsible for the management and competitiveness of the TPS product portfolio, along with his responsibility for driving profitable growth of the Industrial Segment. Prior to this role, Luca was the General Manager of the Product Lines portfolio within the Turbomachinery & Process Solutions business at GE Oil & Gas.
Luca began his professional career at GE in 1997 and has held a variety of engineering and commercial positions within the GE Oil & Gas organization, including a two-year assignment in Houston, Texas, where he worked as Area Manager in the Contractual Services business at GE Energy Service.
Luca Maria has a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Federico II University in Naples, Italy.

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Susanna Siira
Market development, Wärtsilä Energy Solutions

Susanna holds a position of Director, Market Development at Wärtsilä Energy Solutions. She is responsible for strategy, business development and corporate affairs. She is also heading the electricity market development activities with geographical focus on Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Susanna is a Chemical engineering graduate (MSc) from Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland. She has had a wide-ranging career in global industrial companies, covering pharmaceutical and forest products industries, among others. Early years her career focused on engineering and economics, and continued with focus on sustainable development, stakeholder relations and marketing. Currently she has the overall responsibility for ensuring growth and seeking new opportunities for new energy solutions and energy integration. She joined Wärtsilä in May 2017.
Susanna keeps her eye on the future and her passion is to dream big and change the world a bit by bit by combining economic growth with sustainable development.

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Frédéric Simon

Frédéric joined EURACTIV in 2003 as a reporter covering mainly energy and environmental policy. Four years later, he entered the management team as editor and publisher, overseeing editorial production in Brussels, Paris and Berlin as well as the IT department. Frédéric is also Brussels correspondent for France24, the 24/7 international TV channel.


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Mike Small
Group Product Manager for Services and microCHP, BDR Thermea

BDR Thermea is a leading manufacturer and distributor of innovative heating and hot water systems and services. In Mike’s current role he leads the group’s strategy in developing and delivering its portfolio of combined heat and power (CHP) solutions. For fifteen years Mike has worked in the fast-expanding low and zero-carbon sector, gaining in-depth new product and new business development experience. In addition to product development, Mike has represented industry, to gain national and EU government support of combined heat and power and, currently, he is a member of the executive committee of COGEN Europe.
Mike’s commercial business development experience has been within manufacturing and service companies in the energy, construction, telecommunications, and chemical industries. Mike is a graduate in civil engineering.

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Zhecho Stankov
Deputy Minister of Energy, Republic of Bulgaria

Mr Stankov was born August 4, 1982. He graduated from the German University Regensburg, where he holds a Master’s degree in Economics. Mr Stankov has nearly 10 years of professional experience in the field of energy and has been involved in the management of several companies, in the technical supervision of high-risk facilities and construction of compressor stations. He is co-founder and secretary of the Bulgarian Association of Compressed Gas. He has been elected MP of GERB (“Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria“) at the 44th Bulgarian National Assembly and appointed as Deputy Minister of Energy on May 9, 2017. He speaks English and German.


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Alexandra Tudoroiu
Regulatory Affairs Manager, COGEN Europe

Alexandra Tudoroiu-Lakavice leads the development of COGEN Europe’s electricity markets, climate, renewable energy and buildings regulatory work - engaging closely with members and policymakers to promote energy efficiency and the further uptake of cogeneration in Europe. In addition to advocacy, Alexandra co-ordinates the organisation’s data collection on national cogeneration statistics and policy implementation and has extensive experience with EU projects, having contributed to CODE2, ene.field and PACE. Alexandra joined COGEN Europe in 2012 as a policy officer, having previously worked for the European SME Association (UEAPME) and DG Climate Action at the European Commission in Brussels. Alexandra holds a MA degree in International Political Economy with a specialisation in Energy and Climate Policy from Jacobs University Bremen, Germany.

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Kathleen Van Brempt
Member of the European Parliament, Socialists & Democrats

MEP Kathleen Van Brempt (°1969) is a Belgian social-democratic politician and vice-president of the group of Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament (S&D), responsible for sustainability. She chaired the Inquiry committee on Emission Measurements in the Automotive sector (EMIS committee). As a member of the Industry and Energy committee, she primarily focusses her parliamentary work on energy, sustainable development, European social policy, and environmental issues. Van Brempt studied sociology at the University of Leuven. She served as State Secretary for Labour Organization and Welfare in the Belgian federal government and as Minister for Mobility, Social Economy and Equal Opportunities in the Flemish government. She was a member of the European parliament from 2000 until 2003 and returned to the European parliament in 2009. Van Brempt is also a member of the city council of her hometown Antwerp.

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Kamila Waciega
Director of Energy and Public Affairs Department, Veolia

Kamila has graduated from Sciences Po Paris and London School of Economics. She holds a PhD in Political Sciences, applied to decarbonisation policies in European regions. She’s been in charge of access to public funds and energy and climate policy for Dalkia Central Europe Department between 2010 and 2014. In 2014, Kamila integrated Veolia's Public Affairs Department and since January 2018, she has been acting as a Director in charge of the group's position on energy and climate issues.


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Diarmaid Williams
Editor, Decentralized Energy

Diarmaid Williams is the editor of Decentralized Energy, a London-based website, covering the various distributed energy industries. He is also the international editor at Power Engineering International website. Prior to covering the electric power sector, he worked as a print journalist. Educated at the University of Limerick, he holds a BA in European Studies and a graduate diploma in Technical Communication.
Diarmaid is looking forward to relocating back to his native Ireland later this summer, where he will continue to manage the online presence of both brands.

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