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Speakers

  • – Christ Peeters, CEO, Elia

    Chris Peeters is the new Chief Executive Officer at Elia.
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    – Christ Peeters, CEO, Elia
  • – Paul-Georg Garmer, Senior Public Affairs Manager, TenneT

    Paul-Georg Garmer works as Senior Manager Public Affairs at TenneT TSO GmbH since April 2013.
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    – Paul-Georg Garmer, Senior Public Affairs Manager, TenneT
  • – Baard Eilertsen, Founder, Maingate

    Baard Eilertsen is the founder of Maingate Enterprise Solutions.
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    – Baard Eilertsen, Founder, Maingate
  • – Wendel Trio, Director, Climate Action Network Europe

    Wendel Trio is the Director of CAN Europe. He has 30 years of experience in working for NGOs, including as political director for Oxfam in Belgium, as campaign director for Greenpeace Belgium and as Director of the Policy and Business Unit of Greenpeace International.
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    – Wendel Trio, Director, Climate Action Network Europe
  • – Jörg Spicker, Head of Market Operations, Swissgrid AG

    Dr. Jörg Spicker is Head of Market Operations at Swissgrid AG. As Member of the Executive Committee, he is responsible for market related tasks for the Swiss transmission network operations, system services, capacity management, regulatory affairs, stakeholder management and EU relations.
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    – Jörg Spicker, Head of Market Operations, Swissgrid AG
  • – Lisann Krautzberger, CEO, Next Kraftwerke

    Lisann Krautzberger is head of finance at Next Kraftwerke GmbH where she is responsible for controlling, accounting and risk management.
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    – Lisann Krautzberger, CEO, Next Kraftwerke
  • – Oliver Rapf, Executive Director, Buildings Performance Institute Europe

    Oliver Rapf is Executive Director of the Buildings Performance Institute Europe, a think-do-tank with a focus on energy and the built environment and represents BPIE in the Executive Committee of the Global Buildings Performance Network (GBPN).
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    – Oliver Rapf, Executive Director, Buildings Performance Institute Europe
  • – Konstantin Staschus, PhD, Secretary-General at ENTSO-E

    Konstantin Staschus received a Ph.D. in Operations Research from Virginia Tech in the USA. After 9 years at Pacific Gas and Electric, USA, he held management positions in German utility associations, including 6 years as Managing Director of VDN, the association of over 400 German electricity transmission and distribution system operators.
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    – Konstantin Staschus, PhD, Secretary-General at ENTSO-E
  • – Andreas Flamm, Director Regulatory Affairs Europe, EnerNOC

    Andreas Flamm is an experienced energy economist with a focus on power market design and regulation. He has successfully led international projects and teams in industry, consulting and the public sector.
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    – Andreas Flamm, Director Regulatory Affairs Europe, EnerNOC
  • – Dr Stephan Singer, Director of Global Energy Policy WWF International

    Stephan leads WWF’s international work on promotion of 100% Renewables by 2050 since 2008. Before that he has been leading the WWF European Climate and Energy Policy Unit in Brussels since 1999. Previously he worked for WWF Germany and for GTZ/German ministry of economic co-operation in Hyderabad, India in co-operation with the World Bank on rural poverty alleviation.
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    – Dr Stephan Singer, Director of Global Energy Policy WWF International
  • – Pierre-Alain Graf, CEO of Swissgrid

    Pierre-Alain Graf has a degree in Law from the University of Basel and a second degree in Business Administration from the University of St. Gallen. He completed a financial training course at the International Banking School in New York and the Advanced Management Program at Harvard University in Boston. Between 1992 and 1997 he held various management positions in IT at Credit Suisse.
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    – Pierre-Alain Graf, CEO of Swissgrid
  • – Jukka Ruusunen, President and CEO, Fingrid

    Jukka Ruusunen has served as Fingrid’s President and CEO since 2007. During the years 1996 – 2006 he worked at Fortum Power and Heat Oy as Vice President of Business Development and in Imatran Voima Oy as Advisor of the Department of Strategic Planning. Since 1982 he has been working in various academic duties at Helsinki University of Technology and Helsinki School of Economics.
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    – Jukka Ruusunen, President and CEO, Fingrid
  • – Antonella Battaglini, CEO of Renewables Grid Initiative

    Antonella Battaglini is founder and Executive Director of the Renewables Grid Initiative, a forum for transmission system operators and environmental NGOs. In addition to the RGI activities, she is a senior scientist at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) where she leads the SuperSmart Grid (SSG) process, a concept she developed together with her team to reconcile different approaches to renewables.
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    – Antonella Battaglini, CEO of Renewables Grid Initiative
  • – Isabelle Buscke, Head of Brussels Office, Federation of German Consumer Organisations

    Ms Buscke is Head of the Brussels office of the German Consumer Federation vzbv where she deals with the entire breadth of consumer policy ranging from financial services, energy digital, mobility and consumer rights.
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    – Isabelle Buscke, Head of Brussels Office, Federation of German Consumer Organisations
  • – Colas Chabanne, WG Market Design & RES Convenor at ENTSO-E

    Colas Chabanne is Convenor of the ENTSO-E Working Group on Market Design and Renewable Energy Sources (MD&RES), which is responsible for developing and promoting ENTSO-E’s positions on long term market design and RES integration.
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    – Colas Chabanne, WG Market Design & RES Convenor at ENTSO-E

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