Programme

21 May - 19h00

Welcome Cocktail hosted by PPC

Join us for a welcoming cocktail taking place at the Veghara, located on the grounds of the Grand Resort Lagonissi. Dress Code: Smart Casual.

09:00

POWER ON - Welcome by Power Summit MC: Sasha Twining

09:05-10:00

Welcome & Opening

Kyriakos Mitsotakis

Prime Minister, Greece

Kyriakos Mitsotakis

Welcome

Kristian Ruby

Secretary General, Eurelectric

Kristian Ruby

Kristian Ruby took over as Secretary General of Eurelectric, effective 1 January 2017. Prior to his appointment, he worked at WindEurope as part of the Executive Management team where, in his capacity as Chief Policy Officer, he was in charge of developing and implementing the political strategy of the association. Mr Ruby previously also held positions as assistant to the former European Commissioner for Climate Action, Connie Hedegaard and served, for a number of years, as a public servant in the Danish Ministries of Climate and Energy as well as Environment.

Opening video

Kadri Simson

EU Commissioner for Energy

Kadri Simson

Kadri Simson was appointed European Commissioner for Energy in 2019. Prior to that, starting in 2016, she was Estonia’s Minister for Economic Affairs and Infrastructure. She is a member of the Estonian Centre Party. From 2007 to 2016, she was a member of Estonia’s parliament. From 2009 to 2016, she served as chairman of the Estonian Centre Party, and from 2007 to 2009, the deputy chairman of the National Defence Committee. In 2013, she was elected to the Pärnu City Council and in 2009, she was elected as a member of Tallinn City Council. From 2003 to 2007, she was secretary-general of the Estonian Centre Party. In 2003, she served as a research assistant of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly. From 2001 to 2002, she was the Advisor to the Mayor of Tallinn and in 1999, the Advisor of Tallinn City Council. She is a graduate of Tartu Secondary School No. 10. She acquired a degree in History at the University of Tartu and a Master’s degree in Political Science from University College London.

Moderator

Andrea Falciai

EMEA Utilities Industry Lead, Accenture

Andrea Falciai

Andrea Falciai is Accenture’s EMEA Utilities Industry Lead, with more than 25 years of experience in the Energy and Utilities industries. He has a strong background in system integration and consulting, with an international attitude. Falciai has spent his career working with clients in their digital and business transformation, leveraging technology and innovation but with a close look at people and their journey. He has a master’s degree in Nuclear Engineering and is passionate about energy in all its forms. He is a believer in teamwork and diversity as key drivers to bring value to clients and communities.

Trilogue

Leonhard Birnbaum

CEO of E.ON & President, Eurelectric

Leonhard Birnbaum

Leonhard Birnbaum was born in Ludwigshafen, Germany, on February 19, 1967. He studied chemical engineering in Karlsruhe. After a subsequent period of academic work at the Karlsruhe Research Centre, he obtained a doctorate from the University of Cottbus. Leonhard Birnbaum began his professional career as a management consultant at McKinsey in Düsseldorf. After holding various positions – including at McKinsey’s off ice in Houston, USA – he was Senior Partner for the energy and industrial sector. In 2008, he joined RWE AG and was appointed to the Board of Management the same year. He served as Chief Strategy Officer and as RWE Group’s Chief Commercial Officer until 2013. In 2013, Leonhard Birnbaum was appointed as member of the Board of Management of E.ON SE and took on a variety of responsibilities within the Board. From 2018 until 2021 he was responsible for the innogy integration project. From 2019 to 2020, he was also Chairman of the Board of Management of innogy SE. In 2021, Leonhard Birnbaum was appointed to his current role as CEO of E.ON SE. In this position, he is responsible for E.ON Group’s Communications & Political Affairs, Corporate Audit, Culture & Performance, Group and Executive HR, HSE & Sustainability, Legal, Compliance & Security, Strategy & Innovation and Nuclear Coordination. Leonhard Birnbaum is President of Eurelectric, the European Electricity Association, Vice-President of the Executive Committee of BDEW, the German Association of Energy and Water Industries, a member of the Executive Committee of the Federation of German Industries (BDI) and, and Vice Chair of the World Energy Council. Leonhard Birnbaum is married and has two daughters.

Georgios Stassis

Chairman & CEO of PPC Group, Vice-President of Eurelectric

Georgios Stassis

Georgios Stassis is a Vice-President of Eurelectric and the Chairman & CEO of Public Power Corporation (PPC), the leading electricity producer and supplier in Greece.

With more than 18 years of experience in the energy sector, he has worked in senior positions in energy, construction, and telecommunication industries, and served on the Boards of various organisations and associations in Greece and abroad. Prior to his current position, he worked for ENEL SpA., the Italian multinational energy company holding the position of the Head of Enel Green Power, responsible for the area of Eastern Europe and the Middle East until 2015, and from 2016 until 2019 the position of President & CEO of Enel Romania SrL., the largest energy company in Romania.

He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering and a Master’s degree in Management in Construction and Structural Design and he has attended Executive Courses at Harvard Business School (US) and Elis Academy (Italy).

Dimitri Papalexopoulos

Chairman, Titan Cement International

Dimitri Papalexopoulos

Dimitri Papalexopoulos is the Chairman of Titan Cement International (TCI), a cement and building materials producer active since 1902. TCI directly employs about 5,500 people, operates cement plants in 10 countries and is active in many more.

Mr. Papalexopoulos is Vice-Chair of the European Round Table for Industry (ERT) and chairs the ERT’s Energy Transition & Climate Change Committee. He is Chairman of the Board of the Hellenic Federation of Enterprises (SEV), and a member of the Board of the Foundation for Economic and Industrial Research (ΙΟΒΕ), the Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP) and of “Endeavor Greece”. He holds an MSc in Electrical Engineering from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETHZ) and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

Prior to joining TITAN, he was a consultant for McKinsey & Company in New York and Munich.
He speaks Greek, English, French and German. He is married and has three children.

10:00-10:15

INTERVIEW – Maví Zingoni, CEO, GE Vernova’s Power Businesses

Maví Zingoni

CEO, Power Businesses, GE Vernova

Maví Zingoni

María Victoria “Maví” Zingoni is chief executive officer (CEO) of GE Vernova’s Power businesses, which provide products and services that enable a critical foundation of dispatchable, flexible, stable, and reliable power.
Maví has 24 years of leadership experience in the energy sector spanning commercial and industrial, renewable energy, business development, innovation and international growth.

She joined GE Vernova from the global multi-energy company, Repsol, where she most recently served as the executive managing director of Commercial Businesses and Low Carbon Generation and was a member of Repsol’s Executive Committee. At Respol, she also held leadership roles in Investor Relations and Corporate Finance. Maví is active in both educational and philanthropic efforts. She is a board member of the Universidad Austral and a National Public Accountant certified by the National University of Comahue in Neuquén, Argentina. Maví’ graduated with an Executive Master of Business Administration degree from the IAE Business School of Universidad Austral Argentina and completed the Advanced Management Program at The University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

10:15-11:20

PLENARY SESSION – Grids for Speed

The plenary will take the form of a keynote/presentation of Eurelectric flagship study “Grids for Speed” followed by a panel debate, commenting the key figures and conclusions.
“Grids for Speed” is a thought leadership study on distribution grids intended to develop a strong narrative on the need to prioritise the infrastructure challenges to comply with EU climate & energy targets. The benefits of the energy transition across all sectors of economic activities, and for the daily life of consumers, can only be harnessed by scaling up electricity infrastructure at a much-accelerated speed.

Grids for Speed Study Presentation

Kristian Ruby

Secretary General, Eurelectric

Kristian Ruby

Kristian Ruby took over as Secretary General of Eurelectric, effective 1 January 2017. Prior to his appointment, he worked at WindEurope as part of the Executive Management team where, in his capacity as Chief Policy Officer, he was in charge of developing and implementing the political strategy of the association. Mr Ruby previously also held positions as assistant to the former European Commissioner for Climate Action, Connie Hedegaard and served, for a number of years, as a public servant in the Danish Ministries of Climate and Energy as well as Environment.

Moderator

Sasha Twining

Journalist, Radio & TV Presenter

Sasha Twining

Sasha Twining has been a radio and TV presenter, both nationally and internationally, for some 25 years.

She’s heard worldwide on the BBC World Service, hosting the flagship programmes ‘Business Matters’ (also broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in the UK) and ‘World Business Report’.

Her television work includes the BBC consumer champion show ‘Inside Out’ and the weekly Politics Show. Previously she was an anchor on the rolling news channel Sky News, and a correspondent for ITV. Internationally, Sasha was the London correspondent for breakfast and daytime programmes on the Nine Network (Australian national television).

In addition to her broadcast work, Sasha moderates debates and chairs events for both the public and private sector. She works in fields including energy transition, sustainability, technology, communications and retail. Details of her work can be found on www.thecorporatefacilitator.com

Sasha is an advocate of new technology – she has an embedded NFC chip, and presented a BBC programme about the innovation.

Panel

Serge Colle

Global Energy & Resources Leader, EY

Serge Colle

As the EY Global Energy & Resources Leader, Serge supports clients as they manage challenges related to the energy transition.

Throughout his career, he has worked extensively in all parts of the value chain and with clients in diverse geographies.

Drawing on close to 30 years of experience, Serge provides guidance on strategies and business models and helps clients build the capabilities required for the new energy world.

He earned a master’s degree in Applied Economics from Ghent University, an ABMP degree from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management and an MBA in General Management from Vlerick Business School.

How Serge is building a better working world

Serge helps clients take advantage of low-carbon renewable energy sources and emerging technologies. His work directly contributes to greener operations, a better and more efficient customer experience and increased green capital investment potential.

Mechthild Wörsdörfer

Deputy Director-General, DG ENER, European Commission

Mechthild Wörsdörfer

Mechthild Wörsdörfer is Deputy Director-General at the European Commission’s DG Energy, where she is in charge since October 2021 of the Coordination of the Just and Green Energy Transition. This includes steering the work on REPowerEU, accelerating the deployment of renewables and energy efficiency measures, and ensuring EU’s security of supply. Mrs. Wörsdörfer is also responsible for the relations with the Energy Community, and steers the bilateral relations with Ukraine, Moldova, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. Prior to this, Mrs. Wörsdörfer was the Director responsible for sustainability, technology and outlooks at the International Energy Agency (2018 - 2021), Director at DG Energy in charge of renewables, research and innovation, energy efficiency (2017 - 2018) and Director for energy policy, international relations, legal aspects and economic analysis (2014 - 2017). Previously, Mrs. Wörsdörfer was Head of Unit on the 2030 Energy and Climate Framework and served in the Cabinet of Erkki Liikanen, European Commissioner for Enterprise Policy and Information Society. Mrs Wörsdörfer studied Economics at the University of Heidelberg, the University of Montpellier and completed her studies with a MA in European Economics at the Free University of Brussels.

Oliver Franz

VP European Regulation, E.ON

Oliver Franz

Oliver Franz took up the position of Vice President European Associations at E.ON in July 2022.

Before joining E.ON SE, Oliver was Head of Regulatory Strategy and Regulatory Service within Innogy SE where smart metering used to be an important part of his work.

He previously held various positions in regulatory management of the RWE Group. Recently, Oliver has also been working on E-Mobility.

Oliver is a regulatory expert focussing on energy markets and energy networks for the most part but also has knowledge on financial regulation.  He specializes in telco regulation; especially in the FttX environment.
He also teaches energy economics and regulatory economics at different institutions (inter alia TU Berlin). Oliver is chair of the Eurelectric Distribution & Market Facilitation Committee.

Claudia Blanco

Innovation & Partnerships General Manager, GE Vernova’s Electrification Business

Claudia Blanco
Claudia Blanco is the Innovation & Partnerships General Manager of GE Vernova’s Electrification business, delivering innovative, scalable solutions through customer partnerships and technology incubation. She focuses on testing new solutions (technology and business), opening new markets, and accelerating go-to-market and R&D by increasing available funding and proof-of-concepts by applying a collective convergence approach. Claudia has more than 30 years of experience in different industries and in key technical and leadership roles in the areas of manufacturing and operations, R&D, and product and business development. She joined the company in 2010 as the Global Director of Manufacturing Engineering & Industrial Development. She then led the advanced and additive manufacturing division and became a LEAN leader before managing engineering operations. In addition to her Industrial Engineering Degree Claudia holds a Computer Science Degree, an Executive MBA by the University of Barcelona and is working on her Master’s degree in Sustainability and Circular Economy at the University of Barcelona.

11:20-11:30

Presentation of the Eurelectric Energy Leadership Award

11:30-12:15

Coffee Break (Exhibition area)

11:40-12:15

E.ON Energy shot (Exhibition area)

E.ON is driving a shift to renewable energy with digital tools to manage the grid and empower customers (E.ON One). Their digital transformation (cloud-based, AI-powered) focuses on innovation, service, and employee support.

Moderator

Carolina Kyllmann

Correspondent for Clean Energy Wire

Carolina Kyllmann

Carolina Kyllmann is a staff Correspondent for Clean Energy Wire, covering Europe's move to climate neutrality and energy transition with a focus on Germany. She specialises in grids, the electricity market, the buildings sector, and climate adaptation.

Fireside chat

Victoria Ossadnik

COO & Member of the Management Board, E.ON

Victoria Ossadnik

Victoria Ossadnik is Member of the Management Board of E.ON SE since April 2021. From April 2018 to March 2021 Victoria held the position CEO of EON'S German Sales business.

Victoria joined EON from Microsoft where she was Vice President for Microsoft Enterprise Services Delivery; Data & AI. Prior to this role she led the German Services Organization for Microsoft.

Before Microsoft she managed by Oracle the Technology Consulting business as Vice President for Northern Europe. Before this she held various management positions at CSC and SCANLAB, a German laser technology start up. In addition to her responsibilities at E.ON she is supervisory board member of Linde Plc. Victoria holds a PhD in Quantum Optics from the Ludwig-Maximilian-University in Munich.

Christoph Berlin

General Manager, Microsoft

Christoph Berlin

Christoph Berlin, General Manager, leads Microsoft’s Industrial Edge and Platform Journey. His team drives product strategy and business growth for various vertical across discrete and process manufacturing segments as well as Industrie 4.0 strategy at Microsoft, including Open Manufacturing strategy. Christoph also manages partner and customer innovation, driving digital transformation with many manufacturing customers. Before joining Microsoft, Christoph was VP of Product Management for various startups, including hopTo Inc., a leader in mobile productivity solutions. Prior, Christoph was a member of the XenSource Ltd. senior staff, a virtualization startup where he was responsible for OEM partner development and strategy. Christoph holds a Master’s degree in Computer Science and Communication from Darmstadt University, Germany.

12:15-13:15

POWER TALK#1

Market Design

The panel will delve into the intricacies and challenges associated with the implementation of the newly revised EU electricity market design. The discussion will specifically address outstanding issues post-revision and explore how the structure, dynamics, and features of the next generation of European power markets can facilitate a more consumer-centric approach and expedite the deployment of low-carbon and renewable energy, aligning with the objectives outlined in the European Green Deal.

Moderator

Siobhan Hall

Brussels Correspondent, Montel Group

Siobhan Hall

Brussels correspondent Montel, freelance moderator, Siobhan Hall is an experienced Brussels-based journalist and moderator, with a particular focus on European energy and climate policy. She has worked for Financial Times Energy and S&P Global Commodity Insights (formerly Platts). She is now the Brussels correspondent for Montel. Her work includes articles, blogs, podcasts, and videos, as well as moderating many live and virtual debates. Find out more at www.linkedin.com/in/siobhanhall/ and www.montelnews.com

Keynote

Kostas Theodoropoulos

Senior Principal, AFRY Management Consulting

Kostas Theodoropoulos
Kostas is a Senior Principal with AFRY Management Consulting, and a recognised energy expert with extensive experience in designing and modelling electricity markets. He has worked across a wide range of projects, spanning from development and assessment of electricity market designs and regulation to market and regulatory advisory roles for investment in the electricity supply chain. Kostas holds a MSc in Sustainable Energy Futures from Imperial College London and a MSc in Applied Mathematics in National Sciences from the National Technical University of Athens.

Panel

Kostas Theodoropoulos

Senior Principal, AFRY Management Consulting

Kostas Theodoropoulos
Kostas is a Senior Principal with AFRY Management Consulting, and a recognised energy expert with extensive experience in designing and modelling electricity markets. He has worked across a wide range of projects, spanning from development and assessment of electricity market designs and regulation to market and regulatory advisory roles for investment in the electricity supply chain. Kostas holds a MSc in Sustainable Energy Futures from Imperial College London and a MSc in Applied Mathematics in National Sciences from the National Technical University of Athens.

Maria da Graça Carvalho

Minister of the Environment and Energy, Portugal

Maria da Graça Carvalho
Maria da Graça Carvalho is currently Minister of the Environment and Energy in Portugal. Former member of the European Parliament, she was vice-chair of the Fisheries Committee (PECH), a full Member of Industry, Research and Energy committee (ITRE) and a substitute member of Internal Market and Consumer Protection (IMCO) and Women’s Rights (FEMM) committees. Before that, she was a senior advisor to Commissioner for Research, Science and Innovation, Carlos Moedas, from November 2014 to December 2015. Previously, she was a member of the European Parliament between July 2009 and May 2014. In that capacity, she was one of the rapporteurs of Horizon 2020. She was also Principal Adviser to President Barroso in the fields of Science, Higher Education, Innovation, Research Policy, Energy, Environment and Climate Change from 2006 to 2009. She served as a Minister of Science and Higher Education of the XV Constitutional Government of Portugal and Minister of Science, Innovation and Higher Education of the XVI Constitutional Government. She is a Full Professor at Instituto Superior Técnico (University of Lisbon).

Paddy Hayes

CEO, ESB

Paddy Hayes
Paddy is Chief Executive of ESB, a leading Irish electricity company. ESB is investing in technologies, infrastructure and services to support customers and communities to achieve net zero through clean electricity. Before his appointment as Chief Executive in 2021, Paddy headed up two of ESB’s main operating divisions, as Executive Director of ESB’s Generation & Wholesale Markets business and then as Managing Director of ESB Networks. A chartered engineer and Fellow of the Institution of Engineers of Ireland, he is a member of the Board of Directors of the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) and Chair of the Open Doors Initiative.

Mara Berzina​

Secretary General, Council of European Energy Regulators (CEER)​

Mara Berzina​
Mara Berzina is Secretary General of the Council of European Energy Regulators (CEER), based in Brussels. CEER is the voice of Europe’s national energy regulatory authorities and Mara plays a key role in advocating for and coordinating regulatory efforts within the energy sector. Before her current position, Ms Berzina gained valuable experience in regulating public services across various sectors in Latvia, including energy, electronic communications, postal services, municipal waste management, and water management. She has been actively involved in regulatory matters since 2016, contributing to the development and implementation of policies and standards in these sectors. Ms Berzina holds a master’s degree in business administration and management, from Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences in Latvia.

POWER TALK#2

Security of Supply

With the ongoing electrification of the European economy and the move to a decarbonised power system by 2050, the needs for a secure system are rapidly evolving. Join us for a discussion on how to address the challenges that will define the security of supply of the future: optimising the use of centralised generation, increasing the use of flexibility to support a renewables-dominant power system, and tackling regional differences across Europe.

Moderator

Anca Gurzu

Chief Europe Correspondent, Cipher News

Anca Gurzu

Anca Gurzu is Cipher’s Chief Europe Correspondent based in Brussels, where she writes about the intersection of climate and technology. Anca is a climate and energy journalist with more than a decade of reporting experience spanning two continents. Prior to joining Cipher News, Anca spent five years with POLITICO Europe covering Europe’s energy transition. She also completed a fellowship in business journalism at the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business in 2021 and in 2019 she was one of several journalists selected to participate in the Energy Journalism Initiative at Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy in New York City.

Keynote

Lari Järvenpää

Vice-President Customer and Market Intelligence, Fortum

Lari Järvenpää
As the Vice President of Customer and Market Intelligence, Lari is a strategic leader with a keen focus on leveraging market insights to drive robust business decisions. With a professional background rich in scenario modelling and forecasting, Lari's team excels in identifying market trends and translating them into holistic situational awareness, actionable insights and thought leadership across the company. Lari holds a double master's degree in applied mathematics and economics.

Panel

Constantin Borosan

Secretary of State, Moldovan Energy Ministry

Constantin Borosan

Mr. Borosan is Secretary of State at the Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Moldova, overseeing three portfolios: thermal energy and cogeneration, electricity, natural gas and oil. He has been heavily involved in Moldova's efforts to overcome the energy crisis after 2022 and in the creation of the new Ministry of Energy in 2023.

Before she worked as a European energy public affairs professional. Previously, she was the EU Policies and Regulations Manager at National Grid in Brussels. Before she worked at ENTSOG (European Network of Transmission System Operators for Gas) as a Policy Advisor, Weber Shandwick – top consultancy in Brussels, the European Commission at the Directorate General for Research and Innovation, energy think-tank Energy Policy Group.

Mechthild Wörsdörfer

Deputy Director-General, DG ENER, European Commission

Paula Pinho
Mechthild Wörsdörfer is Deputy Director-General at the European Commission’s DG Energy, where she is in charge since October 2021 of the Coordination of the Just and Green Energy Transition. This includes steering the work on REPowerEU, accelerating the deployment of renewables and energy efficiency measures, and ensuring EU’s security of supply. Mrs. Wörsdörfer is also responsible for the relations with the Energy Community, and steers the bilateral relations with Ukraine, Moldova, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. Prior to this, Mrs. Wörsdörfer was the Director responsible for sustainability, technology and outlooks at the International Energy Agency (2018 - 2021), Director at DG Energy in charge of renewables, research and innovation, energy efficiency (2017 - 2018) and Director for energy policy, international relations, legal aspects and economic analysis (2014 - 2017). Previously, Mrs. Wörsdörfer was Head of Unit on the 2030 Energy and Climate Framework and served in the Cabinet of Erkki Liikanen, European Commissioner for Enterprise Policy and Information Society. Mrs Wörsdörfer studied Economics at the University of Heidelberg, the University of Montpellier and completed her studies with a MA in European Economics at the Free University of Brussels.

Elena Giannakopoulou

Chief Strategy Officer, PPC Group

Elena Giannakopoulou

Lari Järvenpää

Vice-President Customer and Market Intelligence, Fortum

Lari Järvenpää

Marcin Laskowski

Vice-President of the Management Board of PKEE & PGE

Marcin Laskowski

Marcin Laskowski is a graduate of the Warsaw University of Technology and MBA Executive. He is also a project manager certified by the International Project Management Association. He has specialised in energy infrastructure development for 24 years.

For a number of years he was responsible, as the Director of the Investment Department of Polskie Sieci Elektroenergetyczne (Polish Transmission Grid Operator), for the development of the national transmission network, including taking an active part in the creation of legal regulations dedicated to the power industry. He was responsible, among others, for the power project Poland-Lithuania co-financed with EU funds and the construction and expansion of the transmission grid for EURO 2012.

Over the past few years he was preparing and implementing projects in the area of renewable energy sources within Polska Grupa Biogazowa (Polish Biogas Group), currently being part of the French company Total Energies. In Polska Grupa Biogazowa he hold the position of the President of company PGB Inwestycje and the Vice-President of company PGB Serwis. As the Vice-President of the Polish Economic Chamber of Renewable and Distributed Energy (PIGEOR), he was engaged in the development of legal regulations aimed at the development of energy sector, including RES.

POWER TALK#3

EU 2040

What will Europe look like in 2040? The actions we take today will dictate the fate of our economies sixteen years from now. Chances for a bright future exist: Europe can massively decarbonise through an accelerated electrification of transport, buildings and industries. This is thanks to an unwavering decarbonisation trajectory of the power sector. By 2040, the renewable generation capacity will have to increase fivefold whereas the total electricity generation capacity will have to triple. What are the key steps in delivering on this ambition?

Moderator

Sasha Twining

Journalist, Radio & TV Presenter

Sasha Twining
Sasha Twining has been a radio and TV presenter, both nationally and internationally, for some 25 years. She’s heard worldwide on the BBC World Service, hosting the flagship programmes ‘Business Matters’ (also broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in the UK) and ‘World Business Report’. Her television work includes the BBC consumer champion show ‘Inside Out’ and the weekly Politics Show. Previously she was an anchor on the rolling news channel Sky News, and a correspondent for ITV. Internationally, Sasha was the London correspondent for breakfast and daytime programmes on the Nine Network (Australian national television). In addition to her broadcast work, Sasha moderates debates and chairs events for both the public and private sector. She works in fields including energy transition, sustainability, technology, communications and retail. Details of her work can be found on www.thecorporatefacilitator.com Sasha is an advocate of new technology – she has an embedded NFC chip, and presented a BBC programme about the innovation.

Keynote

Michael Lewis

CEO, Uniper

Michael Lewis

Michael Lewis is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Uniper SE. Düsseldorf-based Uniper is an international energy company with activities in more than 40 countries. With around 7,000 employees, it makes an important contribution to security of supply in Europe.

Uniper's core businesses are power generation in Europe, global energy trading, and a broad gas portfolio. Uniper procures gas including liquefied natural gas (LNG)- and other energy sources on global markets.

The company owns and operates gas storage facilities with a capacity of more than 7 billion cubic meters. Uniper plans for its 22.5 GW of Installed power-generating capacity in Europe to be carbon- neutral by 2035. The company already ranks among Europe's largest operators of hydroelectric plants and intends to further expand solar and wind energy, which are essential for a more sustainable and autonomous future.

Michael started his career in the energy industry in 1993 where he worked at Powergen plc in various technical and strategy roles. Following the acquisition of Powergen by E.ON SE in 2002, he worked in Corporate Strategy at E.ON. In 2007 he joined the management board of E.ON Climate and Renewables, and was appointed as CEO in 2015. In 2017 he became CEO of E.ON UK, where he led the company's transformation into a leading supplier of green electricity and zero carbon energy solutions

Apart from his position as CEO of Uniper, he is also Council Member of the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) and a non-executive director of United Utilities plc. He was formerly a non- executive director of Equinor ASA.

He holds degrees in Engineering and Environmental Law.

Panel

Michael Strebl

Chairman of the Executive Board, Wien Energie

Michael Strebl

Since 2016, the former CEO of Salzburg Netz GmbH Michael Strebl (58) has been Chairman of the Wien Energie Management Board. The proven energy expert held various positions at Salzburg AG for over 20 years. He completed a technical degree and a degree in business administration. Born in Salzburg, he is married and father of two children. He has been working in the energy industry since 1994 and gained experience in Austria as well as internationally, for example at the renowned London School of Economics (LSE) in England or at Siemens/USA in Silicon Valley.

Michael Lewis

CEO, Uniper

Michael Lewis

Michael Lewis is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Uniper SE. Düsseldorf-based Uniper is an international energy company with activities in more than 40 countries. With around 7,000 employees, it makes an important contribution to security of supply in Europe.

Uniper's core businesses are power generation in Europe, global energy trading, and a broad gas portfolio. Uniper procures gas including liquefied natural gas (LNG)- and other energy sources on global markets.

The company owns and operates gas storage facilities with a capacity of more than 7 billion cubic meters. Uniper plans for its 22.5 GW of Installed power-generating capacity in Europe to be carbon- neutral by 2035. The company already ranks among Europe's largest operators of hydroelectric plants and intends to further expand solar and wind energy, which are essential for a more sustainable and autonomous future.

Michael started his career in the energy industry in 1993 where he worked at Powergen plc in various technical and strategy roles. Following the acquisition of Powergen by E.ON SE in 2002, he worked in Corporate Strategy at E.ON. In 2007 he joined the management board of E.ON Climate and Renewables, and was appointed as CEO in 2015. In 2017 he became CEO of E.ON UK, where he led the company's transformation into a leading supplier of green electricity and zero carbon energy solutions

Apart from his position as CEO of Uniper, he is also Council Member of the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) and a non-executive director of United Utilities plc. He was formerly a non- executive director of Equinor ASA.

He holds degrees in Engineering and Environmental Law.

Daniel Mes

Member of Commissioner Hoekstra’s Cabinet

Daniel Mes

A lawyer by training, Daniel started his career at the European Commission in its competition department. There he worked on transport and digital technology files. During the last Commission term, he managed relations with the European Parliament and the Council, including on transport files, and was a speechwriter to Margrethe Vestager. Since 1 December 2019, he works in the Cabinet of Executive Vice President Frans Timmermans on the European Green Deal in Transport.

Jake Oster

Director of Energy and Environment Policy, EMEA, AWS, Amazon

Jake Oster

Jake Oster is dedicated to promoting, advancing and scaling clean energy. He currently heads energy and environment policy for Amazon Web Services in EMEA, working with policymakers to address climate change and expand access to clean energy. Prior to joining Amazon, Jake worked as the Senior Director for Regulatory and Government Affairs for EnergySavvy, a Seattle-based clean tech company. At EnergySavvy, he crafted and secured new policy changes to modernize the measurement of energy efficiency savings. He also served as the Deputy Chief of Staff and Legislative Director for Representative Peter Welch (VT) and oversaw the Congressman’s work on the House Energy and Commerce Committee. Jake received a BA from the University of Vermont.

13:15-14:30

Lunch

Press conference

Private roundtable sponsored by Intertrust Technologies

13:30-14:15

ENERGY SHOT: Data and digital for the energy transition: from strategy to real life, with the examples of Zoa & Blunomy

Conversation

Isabelle Kocher de Leyritz

Chairman & CEO, Blunomy

Isabelle Kocher de Leyritz

Isabelle Kocher de Leyritz is the Chairman and CEO of Blunomy since 2022, a pioneering strategy consulting firm specialising in the energy transition.
Prior to Blunomy, she was Chief Executive Officer of Engie between 2016 and 2020. Engie (formerly GDF-Suez) is one of world largest energy production and services group, with sales of €60bn, employing 160.000 people in 60 countries.
Isabelle started her career as a senior civil servant, a member of the powerful engineering grand corps, « the Corps des Mines ». She held various positions in the Ministry of Finance, ultimately as the member of the Prime Minister’s staff, in charge of industrial affairs.
She has an extensive Board experience gained at AXA, Suez, Engie, Arkema. She also holds several non-profit board positions.
Isabelle Kocher is a graduate from Ecole Normale Supérieure (Ulm), among the world best known scientific academies, she holds a PhD (Agrégation) of Physics and is a graduate from the Ecole des Mines de Paris.

Sara Brooks

Co-CEO, Zoa

Sara Brooks

Sara Brooks is the co-CEO of Zoa, an innovative technology company leading the new era of energy. Zoa partners with energy companies to make electrification accessible, driving adoption and reducing costs. With two decades of experience building and scaling teams through hypergrowth in B2B SaaS within; cloud, big data and fintech across North America, EMEA, and the Nordics, Sara brings this global experience from innovative technologies to her role and mission at Zoa.

Before joining Zoa, Sara served as VP Sales and General Manager at Pleo, where she was instrumental in delivering a 20x revenue growth over four years and scaling the company to over 900 employees across Europe. Beyond her work at Zoa, Sara is deeply involved in the European start-up ecosystem, advising companies on go-to-market strategies through venture capital networks like EQT Ventures, in addition to her own angel investments.

14:45-15:45

PLENARY SESSION – Wired for Tomorrow

The plenary will mark the launch of a large report on the digitalisation of the grids, realised together with our knowledge partner Accenture. The report will provide a current stock take of DSO digitalisation and will additionally provide a roadmap on the steps needed to fully digitalise the sector. The conclusions will stipulate what concrete policy measures are needed to further enable digitalisation notably to achieve high level EU policy targets (e.g. make the consumers more active, integration of a large share of Renewable in the energy mix etc.).
This plenary will provide an opportunity to showcase use cases, to discuss how DSO digitalisation is a transformative and long-term process and to discuss the heterogenous landscape of DSOs and their different circumstances. Lastly and importantly, the plenary will highlight what the next EU mandate should focus on in terms of digitalisation.

Moderator

Sasha Twining

Journalist, Radio & TV Presenter

Sasha Twining

Sasha Twining has been a radio and TV presenter, both nationally and internationally, for some 25 years.

She’s heard worldwide on the BBC World Service, hosting the flagship programmes ‘Business Matters’ (also broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in the UK) and ‘World Business Report’.

Her television work includes the BBC consumer champion show ‘Inside Out’ and the weekly Politics Show. Previously she was an anchor on the rolling news channel Sky News, and a correspondent for ITV. Internationally, Sasha was the London correspondent for breakfast and daytime programmes on the Nine Network (Australian national television).

In addition to her broadcast work, Sasha moderates debates and chairs events for both the public and private sector. She works in fields including energy transition, sustainability, technology, communications and retail. Details of her work can be found on www.thecorporatefacilitator.com

Sasha is an advocate of new technology – she has an embedded NFC chip, and presented a BBC programme about the innovation.

Keynote

Pim Spierenburg

EMEA T&D Lead for Utilities, Accenture

Pim Spierenburg

Pim  has over 20 years of Utility & Energy experience delivering projects mostly in the Utilities T&D domain. He rejoined Accenture in 2021 as EMEA T&D Lead and currently responsible for Accenture’s Net Zero Transition offering.

Over the course of his career Pim has built up utility industry expertise and network whilst delivering and implementing smart grid software solutions ranging from meter data management solutions to data hubs and virtual power plants for transmission and distribution companies, retailers and central market systems in the electricity-, gas – and water markets. Pim is an avid mountain biker and currently raising money for a charity event in September.

Reaction

Sabine Erlinghagen

CEO, Grid Software, Siemens Smart Infrastructure

Sabine Erlinghagen

Since January 01, 2022, Sabine Erlinghagen is responsible as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for the global Grid Software business at Siemens Smart Infrastructure. Sabine holds a degree in Business Administration and a French Diplôme de Grande École from ESCP Europe. In addition, she has a PhD from ETH Zurich (Switzerland).
Sabine has extensive experience in the energy sector with a focus on Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), Customer Success, and the Internet of Things.

Panel

David Kirkland

Solutions & Innovation Director, Oracle Energy and Water

David Kirkland

David is an energy sector professional with comprehensive international experience and a successful track record of real time operations, asset management and continual business improvement projects, encompassing organisational and cultural change programmes; operational process improvements; due diligence; corporate KPI; grid modernisation, asset and enterprise risk management.

With experience across the total energy supply chain including generation, transmission, distribution and system operations provides the necessary expertise that understands the impacts that changes in one area will have with other participants.

David is the EMEA Industry Strategy Director and has been with Oracle Energy and Water for five years.

Sabine Erlinghagen

CEO, Grid Software, Siemens Smart Infrastructure

Sabine Erlinghagen

Since January 01, 2022, Sabine Erlinghagen is responsible as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for the global Grid Software business at Siemens Smart Infrastructure. Sabine holds a degree in Business Administration and a French Diplôme de Grande École from ESCP Europe. In addition, she has a PhD from ETH Zurich (Switzerland).
Sabine has extensive experience in the energy sector with a focus on Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), Customer Success, and the Internet of Things.

Andrei Covatariu

Co-Chair of the Task Force on “Digitalisation in Energy”, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)

Andrei Covatariu
Andrei Covatariu is an international energy and climate policy expert, focusing on the energy transition and its geopolitical, economic, and social implications. Andrei’s views and policy analyses are constantly published and cited in international media. He holds multiple roles, working at the intersection between scientific research and practice, while also advising both policy makers and corporate organizations, across Europe, the Middle East, and the United States Andrei is currently the Co-Chair of the Task Force on “Digitalization in Energy” at the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE). He is also a Climate and Energy Policy Advisor to the Public Power Corporation (PPC) utility company and an Associate Lecturer at the Bucharest University of Economic Studies, teaching energy and environmental policies. At the same time, Andrei is a Research Fellow at the Centre on Regulation in Europe (CERRE), a Non-resident Scholar in the Climate and Water Program, at the Middle East Institute (United States), and a Senior Research Associate at Energy Policy Group (Romania). He holds a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in nuclear engineering and a master’s degree in business administration. Andrei also completed a master’s in public policy (MPP) at the Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford, with a summer project at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School.

Miguel Ochoa

Global Grid Technology Director, Huawei

Miguel Ochoa
Dr Miguel Ochoa has more than 10 years of experience in control and modeling of GFL and GFM technologies. He is an active member of several technical committees at IEC and CENELEC and he is involved in the grid code development and in the compliance of Huawei's solution.

Christian Buchel

Board member, Enedis & Chairman, EDSO

Christian Buchel
Christian Buchel is a Member of the Executive Board and of the Board of Directors (turnover of 13 billion euros), the distribution system operator in charge of operating, developing and maintaining the medium-voltage and lowvoltage power grids across 95% of mainland France. Since May 2018, he is Director for Customer, Markets, Territories of Enedis, in charge, among other things, of customer policy, market mechanisms, territories and distribution concessions. As the previous Chief Digital Officer of Enedis, also in charge of Europe and International Development, he drove during three years the digital and big data transformation of the company, with the goal of bringing it at the forefront of digital in the electricity distribution sector in France and Europe and to offer a better public service. He is also Chairman of E.DSO – European Distribution System Operators, the European association representing leading electricity distribution system companies that are cooperating to make the European smart grid vision a reality. Prior to this, Christian Buchel held various top-management positions within the EDF Group. He was notably a Member of the Board and COO of Energie Baden-Württemberg (EnBW) in Germany as well as CEO of Electricité de Strasbourg. In the late 1990s, Christian Buchel also served as an advisor to EDF’s CEO. During his early career, he held both managerial and operational responsibilities, covering the entire value chain of the electricity industry. Christian Buchel holds an engineering degree from Ecole Supérieure d’Electricité (Supélec, Paris) and was a research fellow at CERN, Geneva, shortly after the end of his studies.

15:45-16:30

Coffe Break & EPRI INNOVATION SESSION – Exhibition area

Innovation comes in multiple shapes and forms. From breakthrough technologies to state-of-the-art business models, multiple avenues of action emerge to advance the Green Deal Industrial Plan’s ambition of making the EU industry a front runner of the transition to net zero. This unique session will feature a selection of innovative energy projects that include different technologies related to electrification and decarbonisation.

Introduction

Ioana Petcu

Advisor, Climate Change, Energy Policy, Climate & Sustainability, Eurelectric

Ioana Petcu
Ioana Petcu is an experienced energy and climate expert, with a strong communication and public affairs profile. Ioana currently leads Eurelectric’s activities on the EU climate change regulation, as well as on files related to industrial competitiveness and innovation. Her portfolio includes: the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM), the Emissions Trading System (EU ETS), and the wider Green Deal Industrial Plan. She joined Eurelectric in 2018 to spearhead media interactions and crisis communications, as well as multichannel engagements, supporting the company’s advocacy efforts. Prior to this, Ioana worked at NATO, the European Parliament, and the Romanian Ministry of Defense. Ioana holds a master’s degree in International Relations - diplomacy and conflict resolution, and a bachelor’s degree in Communications.

Keynote

Mark McGranaghan

Fellow, EPRI Europe

Mark McGranaghan
Mark McGranaghan is a Fellow at EPRI, located at the EPRI Europe office in Dublin.   He received his BS and MS degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of Toledo (Ohio) in 1977 and 1978, respectively.  He has authored more than 70 technical papers and articles on topics ranging from power quality to insulation coordination.  Mark has been a leader in the areas of power quality, development of the smart grid, and distributed resource integration for over 20 years.  He is an IEEE Fellow and in 2014 received the Charles Proteus Steinmetz Award for his expertise and dedication to power engineering standards development.

Innovation Board

Tomás Loureiro

Head of Innovation Intel, EDP

Tomás Loureiro
Tomás Loureiro is the Head of Innovation Intel at EDP, a vertically integrated utility company, present in 29 markets around the world. Tomás is responsible for leading the definition of the global innovation strategy and future bets for the EDP Group. Prior to EDP, Tomás worked as Chief of Staff for the CEO of a media group and several years in consulting at Boston Consulting Group (BCG), with experiences in different sectors and geographies. Tomás is also part of one of the Eurelectric working groups, focusing on innovation and industrial competitiveness.

Anne C. Bolle

Vice President EU Affairs, Statkraft

Anne Bolle
Anne C. Bolle is Vice President EU Affairs in Statkraft and has been leading Statkraft’s EU office since 2018. Statkraft is Europe’s largest producer of renewable energy with a large hydropower basis in Norway, investing all growth in renewable energy throughout Europe and beyond. Anne is active in the Eurelectric expertise structure, currently as Chair of the Working Group Industrial Competitiveness and Innovation and member of the Generation & Environment Committe. Economist by training, Anne has extensive experience in energy and climate issues from various roles in the private and national and international public sector.

Marios Bompoulos

Director of Innovation Hub, PPC Group

Marios Bompoulos

Marios Bompoulos is the Director of PPC Innovation Hub, that hosts the Laboratories and Research & Innovation Centre of Public Power Corporation S.A., Greece’s largest electricity generator and provider. An Electrical Engineer by training, Mr. Bompoulos has extensive experience in managing complex projects in the Energy and Rail Network sectors. Having worked in the UK for over a decade, Mr. Bompoulos has joined the PPC team since 2022. His main interests involve the deployment of strategic initiatives and innovative digital technologies within the Energy and Testing, Inspection & Certification (TIC) Industry. Through his position as the Director of PPC Innovation Hub, Mr. Bompoulos is spearheading the project of creating and operating PPC’s Start-up Incubator & Accelerator. He is also managing PPC’s Innovation Fund, a tool aiming at funding promising start-ups of the Green Energy and Digital sectors.

Innovation Projects

Dimitrios Papadopoulos

Senior Project Manager, CERO Generation ( Macquarie Group)

Delfini Blue project 100MW, GR

Dimitrios Papadopoulos

Dimitrios' engineering career covers several sectors and stretches back to 1997. He made the transition into Renewable Energy in 2009 as Project Manager for Wind Park Tsemberou SA.

Since then, he has held a number of senior positions within the industry including Senior Project Manager for Aktor and Senior Commercial manager for Ellaktor Group.

He has successfully delivered over 1 GWp of solar project capacity worldwide, including notable achievements such as the inaugural floating project in Europe, known as the QE2 project situated in the Thames water reservoir. Additionally, he spearheaded the implementation of the first solar project in Northern Ireland and various cluster projects. Noteworthy among his endeavors is the installation of the first solar project connected to an airport, specifically the George Belfast International Airport, as well as pioneering the first Contract for Difference (CFD) project in the UK, exemplified by the Charity Farm initiative. Furthermore, he played a pivotal role in establishing the first private Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) in Greece Delfini Blue 100Mwp. His contributions extend beyond project execution, as he has actively participated in bids and the development of a total of 2 GWp of solar capacity on a global scale.

Dimitrios joined Cero in 2022 as Project Manager before moving into his current role as Senior Project Manager in 2023.

He is B.Eng. Chartered Engineer in Mechanical Engineering and holds an M.B.A in Industrialisation and Development from the University of Liverpool and an MSc, in advanced Engineering from Kingston University.

Johannes Imminger

Head of EU Office, Wiener Stadtwerke GmbH

Johannes Imminger

Johannes Imminger is currently Head of European Affairs at Wiener Stadtwerke GmbH, Austria’s largest municipal infrastructure service provider and one of the largest and most innovative energy and transport companies in Austria. He has headed the company’s EU Office in Brussels since December 2022. Prior to this, he was in charge of EU energy and digital policies at the EU Representation of BDEW and worked at the EU umbrella organization CEEP (now SGI Europe) as Senior Policy Officer for sustainability policies.

Stefanie-Marie Rupprecht

Executive Assistant to the CEO, Wien Energie GmbH

Stefanie-Marie Rupprecht

Marios Bompoulos is the Director of PPC Innovation Hub, that hosts the Laboratories and Research & Innovation Centre of Public Power Corporation S.A., Greece’s largest electricity generator and provider. An Electrical Engineer by training, Mr. Bompoulos has extensive experience in managing complex projects in the Energy and Rail Network sectors. Having worked in the UK for over a decade, Mr. Bompoulos has joined the PPC team since 2022. His main interests involve the deployment of strategic initiatives and innovative digital technologies within the Energy and Testing, Inspection & Certification (TIC) Industry. Through his position as the Director of PPC Innovation Hub, Mr. Bompoulos is spearheading the project of creating and operating PPC’s Start-up Incubator & Accelerator. He is also managing PPC’s Innovation Fund, a tool aiming at funding promising start-ups of the Green Energy and Digital sectors.

Michael Pinzl

Business Development & Sales Manager, CellCube

Michael Pinzl

As Business Development & Sales Manager, I offer valuable technical knowledge, supporting all sales prospects. I adeptly engage with both management and clients, fostering a professional rapport and providing techno-commercial insights. My expertise extends towards assisting in-house teams, partners, or customers by furnishing them with pertinent information regarding the product's features and value propositions.

16:30

16:30 – 17:45

19:00

POWER OFF

Private roundtable sponsored by the Polish Electricity Association (PKEE)

Dinner with opening from Giorgios Stassis, Chairman & CEO, PPC Group & Vice-President, Eurelectric

The summit dinner will take place at the EMST. There will be a shuttle service between the hotels and the venue.  Times TBC.

09:00-10:00

Electric Talk

Moderator

Sasha Twining

Journalist, Radio & TV Presenter

Sasha Twining

Sasha Twining has been a radio and TV presenter, both nationally and internationally, for some 25 years.

She’s heard worldwide on the BBC World Service, hosting the flagship programmes ‘Business Matters’ (also broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in the UK) and ‘World Business Report’.

Her television work includes the BBC consumer champion show ‘Inside Out’ and the weekly Politics Show. Previously she was an anchor on the rolling news channel Sky News, and a correspondent for ITV. Internationally, Sasha was the London correspondent for breakfast and daytime programmes on the Nine Network (Australian national television).

In addition to her broadcast work, Sasha moderates debates and chairs events for both the public and private sector. She works in fields including energy transition, sustainability, technology, communications and retail. Details of her work can be found on www.thecorporatefacilitator.com

Sasha is an advocate of new technology – she has an embedded NFC chip, and presented a BBC programme about the innovation.

Panel

Michael Liebreich

CEO, Liebreich Associates and co-managing partner, EcoPragma Capital

Michael Liebreich

Michael Liebreich is a leading global expert on clean energy and transportation, smart infrastructure, technology, climate finance and sustainable development.

Michael Liebreich is chairman and CEO of Liebreich Associates and co-managing partner of EcoPragma Capital. He is an honorary fellow of the Energy Institute and visiting professor at Imperial College London. Former roles include being a member of the UK’s Taskforce on Energy Efficiency, chairing the subgroup on industry and an advisor to the UK Board of Trade, an advisor to the UN on Sustainable Energy for All, a member of the board of Transport for London and founder of BloombergNEF.

Arshad Mansoor

President and CEO, EPRI

Arshad Mansoor

Arshad Mansoor is President and Chief Executive Officer of the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), responsible for the institute’s operation and portfolio of R&D and demonstration programs. Mansoor has been with EPRI for 21 years and previously served as SVP of research and development, and VP of the Power Delivery and Utilization sector.

Mansoor holds five U.S. patents in power electronics and distributed energy resources. He is a senior member of IEEE, served as VP of the U.S. National Committee of CIGRE, and is a member of the board for the Energy Production and Infrastructure Center (EPIC) at UNC Charlotte.

He earned a B.S. in electrical engineering from the Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology; and a M.S. (1992) and doctorate (1994) in electrical engineering from the University of Texas in Austin. He completed the MIT Reactor Technology Course and the Harvard Business School Advanced Management Program.

As an energy thought leader, Arshad Mansoor has been widely quoted on related matters in both national and global press and has presented in various forums worldwide including board briefings.  In addition, he has published numerous papers in journals and conference proceedings.

Kristian Ruby

Secretary General, Eurelectric

Kristian Ruby

Kristian Ruby took over as Secretary General of Eurelectric, effective 1 January 2017. Prior to his appointment, he worked at WindEurope as part of the Executive Management team where, in his capacity as Chief Policy Officer, he was in charge of developing and implementing the political strategy of the association. Mr Ruby previously also held positions as assistant to the former European Commissioner for Climate Action, Connie Hedegaard and served, for a number of years, as a public servant in the Danish Ministries of Climate and Energy as well as Environment.

Ana Paula Marques

Executive Board Member, EDP

Ana Paula Marques

Ana Paula Marques is a business executive with extensive experience in the energy, telco, and consumer goods sectors.

Currently, she is an Executive Board Member at EDP leading the Global Renewable Generation Assets Platform.

Ana Paula also oversees transversal areas within the EDP Group: Digital & Tech, and Safety, Security & Business Continuity.

Throughout her career, she has held Board and leadership positions in companies such as NOS, Optimus and Sport TV, having started her career in Procter & Gamble.

Ana Paula holds an MBA from INSEAD and has completed executive education programs at Harvard Business School, IMD, and LBS. She graduated in Economics at Faculdade de Economia do Porto.

10:00-10:15

Presentation of the Ana Aguado Scholarship presented by Pat O'Doharty

10:15-10:45

Coffee Break (Exhibition area)

10:15-10:45

SIEMENS Energy shot: Unleashing net-zero's hero: unlock and scale the untapped power of flexibility

Step into the future with us as we unveil a novel and holistic approach to unlock flexibility at scale – the indispensable pathway to achieving net zero. Paving the way for autonomous grids with software that makes the Digital Transformation of Distribution System Operators easier, faster and at scale.

Presentation

Coral Siminovich

Head of Product Portfolio Management of NextGen Grid Management, Siemens Grid Software

Coral Siminovich

Coral Siminovich is leading Product Portfolio Management for NextGen Grid Management at Siemens Grid Software. Coral focuses on innovation, growth, development and launch of software products for distribution utilities to accelerate the energy transition and the integration of DERs into the network. Prior to joining Siemens, Coral worked as the portfolio strategy and product management lead at AVEVA where she was responsible for innovation, development and management of digital enterprise software solutions for industrial workforce enablement. Coral also worked in the operations and maintenance leadership team at SNC-Lavalin where she was responsible for overseeing the implementation of health, safety, and environmental (HSE) management systems. Her portfolio covered more than 1,400 employees across North America, North Africa, and Asia-Pacific. Earlier in her career, Coral held Engineering roles at Honeywell Process Solutions, working on software applications for several industrial processes and control systems worldwide.

Ralf Korntner

Head of NextGen Grid Management, Siemens Grid Software

Ralf Korntner

Ralf Korntner is the global Head of NextGen Grid Management at Siemens Grid Software. In this role he leads an incubator that is responsible for the development and introduction of the next generation of software products from Siemens for DSOs. Prior to this role, Ralf was the global Head of the Siemens Microgrid business where he was responsible for the global Microgrid business within Siemens. Ralf holds a master’s degree in physics and has held various positions within the different Siemens businesses, mostly focusing on growing new, innovative business fields.

10:45-11:45

POWER TALK#1

Power Plant II – How to do the energy transition big and fast enough in harmony with nature?

As we strive to triple our renewable energy capacity in the next six years in Europe, challenges stemming from land-use and environmental issues loom large.  Along with evolving policies, there is a notable shift towards metric-based biodiversity enhancement practices through renewables and infrastructure development.

In this session, WSP will unveil the results of a study (commissioned by Eurelectric): a toolbox to help industry understand their impact and set robust actions to accelerate a renewables and grids build out that protects the environment. Following this, panellists will discuss key enabling factors like: the complexity of these projects, the need for demand creation, the role of technology or the lack of internationally-recognised measurement framework.

Moderator

Sasha Twining

Journalist, Radio & TV Presenter

Sasha Twining

Sasha Twining has been a radio and TV presenter, both nationally and internationally, for some 25 years.

She’s heard worldwide on the BBC World Service, hosting the flagship programmes ‘Business Matters’ (also broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in the UK) and ‘World Business Report’.

Her television work includes the BBC consumer champion show ‘Inside Out’ and the weekly Politics Show. Previously she was an anchor on the rolling news channel Sky News, and a correspondent for ITV. Internationally, Sasha was the London correspondent for breakfast and daytime programmes on the Nine Network (Australian national television).

In addition to her broadcast work, Sasha moderates debates and chairs events for both the public and private sector. She works in fields including energy transition, sustainability, technology, communications and retail. Details of her work can be found on www.thecorporatefacilitator.com

Sasha is an advocate of new technology – she has an embedded NFC chip, and presented a BBC programme about the innovation.

Presentation of Guidebook

Jonny Miller

Technical Lead in Biodiversity Net Gain, WSP

Jonny Miller
Jonny Miller is the Technical Lead for Strategic Biodiversity at WSP UK, a leading multi-disciplinary professional services consulting business. Jonny provides strategic advisory services for a range of development types and sectors, specialising in embedding biodiversity and natural capital into clients' projects, policies and strategies. He was on the advisory panel for the development of Natural England’s Biodiversity Metrics, a committee member for the British Standard on BNG (BS 8683) and provides training on biodiversity net gain good practice for CIEEM.

Panel

Rebecca Humphries

Head of Climate Policy Europe, TNC

Rebecca Humphries

Rebecca Humphries is leading The Nature Conservancy’s climate policy work in Europe. She is responsible for TNC’s engagement with European policy-makers on accelerating renewable energy deployment, increasing climate adaptation and resilience, and supporting Natural Climate Solutions (NCS), contributing to the overall achievement of TNC’s 2030 goals on climate.
Previously, she worked for WWF’s European Policy Office in Brussels for over eight years, specialising in environmental governance issues, driving forward WWF’s advocacy in areas such as environmental crime, the delivery of the Sustainable Development Goals, climate governance and the protection of Europe’s large carnivore species. She is a graduate of the University of Cambridge’s Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership, and has Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Law and Political Science.

Ivar Arne Børset

Senior Vice-President, Nordics Development, Statkraft

Ivar Arne Børset
Ivar Arne Børset is currently the SVP for Statkraft’s development of hydropower, wind and solar in Norway and Sweden. He is currently also Chair of the Board of Directors at the Norwegian Research Center for Hydropower Technology, HydroCen. Throughout his career, he has since 2010 held various positions at Statkraft, including SVP Strategy & Development, SVP Business Support, SVP Power Generation O&M Management and CIO. He has also held various positions at Norwegian Hydro (1986-2004) including CIO OIL & Energy. With almost 40 years in the sector he is a highly experienced professional with a strong background in operation & maintenance and strategy. He holds a degree in engineering within industrial electronics and well as a degree in computer science.

Philipp Kunze

Managing Director, BayWa r.e. Projects Greece

Philipp Kunze
Philipp is Managing Director of BayWa r.e. Projects Greece and leads the Group’s project development and execution activities for wind, solar, hybrid, energy storage and hydrogen projects in Greece. Prior to this Philipp was responsible for the global coordination of BayWa r.e.’s Hybrid and Energy Storage actities. Before he was the Co-Founder and CEO of OneShore Energy, a company which focused on PV diesel hybrid systems for islands and off-grid large scale power plants. Its activities, after the acquisition of BayWa r.e. AG, led to the execution of the largest global hybrid PV diesel off-grid power plant at a mining location in Mali, Africa for B2Gold. Earlier he was an initial team member of NexTracker, which listed on NASDAQ in 2023, and drove the first business of the company outside of the US as European Sales lead. Before that he led the European Sales efforts for Solaria Corporation initially based out of California and then Berlin, Germany. He worked in management consulting at Invest in Germany (previously IIC, now Germany Trade and Invest) and for Monitor Company (now Deloitte Consulting). He also gained initial experience in investment banking in the M&A division of UBS, and at HypoVereinsbank (now Unicredit), a retail and investment bank in Munich. Philipp served on the boards and industry advisory committees and was an active member of the Berlin-Brandenburg Energy Network (BEN), the Clean Technology Industry Group of the German American Business Association (GABA) in Northern California, the Solar Europe Industry Initiative (SEII) and multiple conferences such as Intersolar (Europe and North America) and the Hybrid Renewables Conference (Solarplaza). Philipp studied at the London School of Economics and at Escuela Superior de Administración y Dirección de Empresas (ESADE) in Barcelona and holds a B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Management.

POWER TALK#2

Lights On for Industry

One cannot solve the energy and climate challenge on their own. International cooperation is paramount in fostering the unified effort needed to tackle the most pressing global issues. Yet, a worrying return of protectionism in national policies is emerging after active wars have altered the global peace and supply manipulations have exposed the blind spots of overdependence. How to foster healthy competition in the international arena and to strike the balance between independence and interdependence?

Moderator

Serge Colle

Global Energy & Resources Leader, EY

Serge Colle

As the EY Global Energy & Resources Leader, Serge supports clients as they manage challenges related to the energy transition.

Throughout his career, he has worked extensively in all parts of the value chain and with clients in diverse geographies.

Drawing on close to 30 years of experience, Serge provides guidance on strategies and business models and helps clients build the capabilities required for the new energy world.

He earned a master’s degree in Applied Economics from Ghent University, an ABMP degree from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management and an MBA in General Management from Vlerick Business School.

How Serge is building a better working world

Serge helps clients take advantage of low-carbon renewable energy sources and emerging technologies. His work directly contributes to greener operations, a better and more efficient customer experience and increased green capital investment potential.

Keynote

Maria Elena Scoppio

Director, DG TAXUD, European Commission

Serge Colle

Maria Elena Scoppio is the Director of the Directorate ”Indirect taxation and tax administration“ in the Directorate-General for Taxation and Customs Union (DG TAXUD) in the European Commission. which aims to develop and implement tax policy across the EU on indirect taxation, and notably on
environmental taxation. Before being appointed to this position, she was Member of the Cabinet of Commissioner Gentiloni and was responsible for all issues related to DG TAXUD at the Cabinet level. She was notably coordinating the legislative proposals in the field of direct and indirect taxation and
customs. Previously, she was Head of the Unit in DG TAXUD in charge of the elaboration and development of the EU policy in the field of VAT and of digital taxation. Before, from 2004 until 2017, she has served as a Member of Cabinet for the Commissioners Moscovici, Semeta and Kovacs and
was supervising taxation issues. Before joining the Commission in 2002, she worked as a tax and legal adviser for Arthur Andersen.

Panel

Maria Elena Scoppio

Director, DG TAXUD, European Commission

Serge Colle

Maria Elena Scoppio is the Director of the Directorate ”Indirect taxation and tax administration“ in the Directorate-General for Taxation and Customs Union (DG TAXUD) in the European Commission. which aims to develop and implement tax policy across the EU on indirect taxation, and notably on
environmental taxation. Before being appointed to this position, she was Member of the Cabinet of Commissioner Gentiloni and was responsible for all issues related to DG TAXUD at the Cabinet level. She was notably coordinating the legislative proposals in the field of direct and indirect taxation and
customs. Previously, she was Head of the Unit in DG TAXUD in charge of the elaboration and development of the EU policy in the field of VAT and of digital taxation. Before, from 2004 until 2017, she has served as a Member of Cabinet for the Commissioners Moscovici, Semeta and Kovacs and
was supervising taxation issues. Before joining the Commission in 2002, she worked as a tax and legal adviser for Arthur Andersen.

Ralph Danielski

CEO & Chairman of the Management Board, EPEX Spot

Ralph Danielski

Ralph Danielski is Chairman of the Management Board and Chief Executive Officer of the European Power Exchange EPEX SPOT.
EPEX SPOT today operates organised short-term electricity markets in 13 countries: in Central Western Europe, the United Kingdom, in Switzerland, the Nordics and in Poland. EPEX SPOT is held by EEX Group and HGRT, a holding of Central Western European electricity transmission system operators. EPEX SPOT was a co-creator of the European Internal Energy Market, a founding member of the ADEX group in the CSEE region and is currently preparing its market launch in the Baltic region.

Furthermore, EPEX SPOT newly offers local flexibility markets solution and Guarantees of Origin auctions, to foster the integration of renewable energy sources and to enhance the engagement of consumers and producers in the power market.

Gonzalo Garcia

Co-head of Investment Banking in EMEA, Goldman Sachs International

Gonzalo Garcia

Gonzalo is co-head of Investment Banking in EMEA. He serves on the European  Management Committee, Investment Banking Executive Committee, Global Inclusion and Diversity Committee, Firmwide Conduct Committee and is co- chair of the EMEA Conduct Committee. Throughout his career in investment banking, Gonzalo has specialized in the utilities, infrastructure, power and clean energy sectors, where he has advised governments and private companies in Latin America, Asia and Europe on M&A, industry restructurings, privatizations, cross-border transactions and financings. He also led the development of the Investment Banking Division (IBD) infrastructure business. Prior to assuming his current role, Gonzalo was co- head of Latin America, co-head of the Global Natural Resources Group in IBD and head of IBD for Latin America. Earlier in his career, he was head of the EMEA Natural Resources Group and co-head of Global Power and Infrastructure. Gonzalo joined Goldman Sachs as an executive director in 1999 and was named managing director in 2002 and partner in 2008.

Prior to joining the firm, Gonzalo worked as a systems engineer for IBM Corporation from 1988 to 1991 and for the British merchant bank Kleinwort Benson from 1993 to 1999.

Gonzalo is a member of the governing body of the London Business School. Gonzalo earned a bachelor's degree in Engineering and Computer Science from the Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile in 1988. In 1991, he earned a scholarship from the British Council to finish his studies in England and graduated with an MBA from the London Business School in 1993.

Liu Zehong

Executive Vice Chairman, Global Energy Interconnection Development and Cooperation Organization (GEIDCO)

Liu Zehong
Mr. Liu Zehong is now the Executive Vice Chairman of Global Energy Interconnection Development and Cooperation Organization (GEIDCO). As a leading expert in high-voltage power technology and project engineering, he previously served as the Executive Vice President of State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC). He has long been dedicated to the R&D of Extra/Ultra High Voltage (EHV/UHV) transmission technology and equipment, presided over the construction of dozens of EHV/UHV transmission projects, including the world-leading ±1100 kV UHVDC Zhundong-Wannan transmission project, and the first HVDC power grid in the world, i.e. ±500 kV Zhangbei DC grid project. His contributions have promoted the large-scale development of clean energy and the power  transmission from the west to the east of China. Mr. Liu is the recipient of the 2017 IEEE PES Uno Lamm HVDC Award and the 14th Guanghua Engineering S&T Prize of China.

POWER TALK#3

Corporate Energy Sourcing

The session will take a closer look at high-impact corporate electricity sourcing strategies, specifically how energy buyers can take the next step by moving towards hourly and location-based carbon-free energy matching. The strategy, also known as 24/7 CFE, among other benefits has proven hedging benefits and accelerates the full decarbonisation of the electricity grid.

Introduction

Giovanni Scomparin

Advisor Corporate Energy Sourcing, Eurelectric

Bruce Douglas
Giovanni is an Advisor at Eurelectric, where he works on all the policy and regulatory aspects related to corporate energy sourcing — including Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) and Energy Attribute Certificates (EACs). In his role, he also leads the work of Eurelectric 24/7 Carbon-Free Energy Hub, Europe's largest platform bringing together buyers and suppliers of carbon-free energy on a 24/7 basis. Before joining Eurelectric, Giovanni worked at ENGIE Impact and Global Counsel, advising clinets on on-site solar projects, the reform of the EU electricity market, and renewable hydrogen regulation. He holds a Master's Degree in International Energy from Sciences Po's Paris School of International Affairs (PSIA)

Moderator

Bruce Douglas

CEO, The Global Renewables Alliance

Bruce Douglas

Mission: Electrify everything (that can be electrified) with renewable energy.

#RenewablesNow           

#3xRenewables

Bruce Douglas has 25 years’ international experience in the promotion of renewable energy and electrification. He is currently CEO of the Global Renewables Alliance - the  single voice for wind, solar, geothermal, hydro, long duration energy storage and green hydrogen industries at an international level.

Previously he has held the following positions: Director of Communications and Business at Eurelectric, Deputy CEO of SolarPower Europe, Coordinator of the RE-Source Platform, Founding Chairman of the Global Solar Council (GSC), Chief Operating Officer at WindEurope, Founding Secretary General of the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) and Managing Director of FLiDAR, an offshore wind company.

He has also held the following non-executive positions:

  • Member of RE100 Advisory committee
  • Member of EnergyTag Advisory Committtee
  • Chairman, IRENA Business and Investor Group
  • Member of IEA Renewable Industry Advisory Board
  • Expert-Member of the EU-GCC Clean Energy Network
  • Member of the Clean Energy Ministerial Multilateral Solar and Wind Working Group
  • Member of the Intersolar Europe Conference Committee

He has a Master degree in renewable energy systems technology and is fluent in English and French.

Panel

José Manuel Pérez Rodríguez

Director for H2 Regulation & Government Affairs, EDP

José Manuel Pérez Rodríguez

José Manuel Pérez Rodríguez is Director of Regulation and Government affairs at EDP's Hydrogen Unit since its creation in 2021. He is a Mining Engineer from the University of Oviedo and has completed an Advanced Management Program at IE University. He has been professionally linked to the EDP group for 20 years, most of it with responsibilities in the regulation of the Spanish & European electricity and gas markets, before joining the hydrogen unit. He represents EDP in several H2 forums, like the Renewable Hydrogen Coalition or the European Clean Hydrogen Alliance and he is the Chair of the Group of 35 Projects belonging to the H2 IPCEI wave Hy2Use.

Ruud Kempener

Team Leader, DG ENER, European Commission

Ruud Kempener

Ruud Kempener is a team leader on industrial decarbonisation within the Directorate-General for Energy at the European Commission. Ruud joined the Commission in 2016, where he has been responsible for the development of EU’s hydrogen policy, renewables financing, and international cooperation activities on renewables.

Katie Soroye

Vice President, Granular Procurement Solutions, LevelTen Energy

Katie Soroye

Katie Soroye is Vice President of Granular Procurement Solutions at LevelTen Energy, the industry's leading provider of renewable transaction infrastructure. She leads the business strategy and development behind LevelTen’s granular certificate solutions, designed to accelerate clean energy transactions and decarbonize at scale. A self-proclaimed energy nerd, Katie has worked in the energy industry for more than 15 years, including leadership roles at an investor-owned utility, B Corporation, and early stage start-ups. Outside of work, Katie enjoys lots of R&R (reading and running) in Seattle.

Ainhoa Anda

Head of Data Center Energy EMEA, Google

Ainhoa Anda
Ainhoa Anda leads the energy procurement and energy infrastructure delivery for Google’s data centers in EMEA. As part of her role, Ainhoa and her team is responsible for the execution of Google’s 24/7 Carbon Free Energy program, and has secured over 10 gigawatts of clean energy generation capacity globally, thanks to which Google has matched 100% of its electricity use with renewable energy annually since 2017. She has over 15 years of experience in the energy sector.

Bruno Brunetti

Head of Environmental markets and PPAs analysis, S&P Global Commodity Insights

Bruno Brunetti

Bruno is leading the Clean Energy Procurement research, which includes PPA pricing and environmental commodities forecasting, in particular EU Guarantees of Origins and International RECS. Bruno spent over 5 years at S&P Global Platts, leading the long-term power modelling and renewables capture prices forecasts. He also led the global wind and solar outlooks, while also expanding the analytics coverage into global power markets.

​Bruno spent over 15 years at PIRA Energy Group, now part of S&P Global, where he launched and managed the PIRA’s European Electricity Service, which provides market insights into the developments of power generation, demand, cross-border trading, and prices for Europe’s most relevant markets. ​

Bruno graduated magna cum laude in economics and management from Bari University (Italy) and obtained a masters in energy economics from the ENSPM/Institut Français du Pétrole (Paris)

12:00-13:00

EXECUTIVE DIALOGUE – Lighting the way

Just weeks ahead of EU-wide elections that will set the course of the EU for the next five years, this session intends to bring the most influential minds of Europe’s power sector together to discuss what comes next. Industrial competitiveness, implementation of the Green Deal objectives while addressing the so-called energy trilemma of affordable, secure and decarbonised energy will be centre stage in the coming years. The points made during this session should then resonate in the minds of incoming policymakers for the rest of the decade and guide them to bring the electric decade across the finish line.

Moderator

Sasha Twining

Journalist, Radio & TV Presenter

Sasha Twining

Sasha Twining has been a radio and TV presenter, both nationally and internationally, for some 25 years.

She’s heard worldwide on the BBC World Service, hosting the flagship programmes ‘Business Matters’ (also broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in the UK) and ‘World Business Report’.

Her television work includes the BBC consumer champion show ‘Inside Out’ and the weekly Politics Show. Previously she was an anchor on the rolling news channel Sky News, and a correspondent for ITV. Internationally, Sasha was the London correspondent for breakfast and daytime programmes on the Nine Network (Australian national television).

In addition to her broadcast work, Sasha moderates debates and chairs events for both the public and private sector. She works in fields including energy transition, sustainability, technology, communications and retail. Details of her work can be found on www.thecorporatefacilitator.com

Sasha is an advocate of new technology – she has an embedded NFC chip, and presented a BBC programme about the innovation.

Keynote

Attila Steiner

State Secretary for Energy and Climate Policy, Ministry of Energy, Hungary

Attila Steiner

A graduate of economics of the Corvinus University in Budapest, Attila Steiner was appointed as the State Secretary for Energy and Climate Policy at the Ministry of Energy, in December 2022.

Prior to his appointment, he worked as the State Secretary for the Development of Circular Economy, Energy and Climate Policy at the Ministry for Innovation and Technology, and before that as the State Secretary for EU Affairs at the Ministry of Justice. Earlier stations of his career include the position of a political advisor in the Prime Minister’s Office, where his work focused on energy policy. Previously, he served as a political advisor in the European Parliament, also in the field of energy policy.

Panel

Georgios Stassis

Chairman & CEO of PPC Group, Vice-President of Eurelectric

Georgios Stassis

Georgios Stassis is a Vice-President of Eurelectric and the Chairman & CEO of Public Power Corporation (PPC), the leading electricity producer and supplier in Greece.

With more than 18 years of experience in the energy sector, he has worked in senior positions in energy, construction, and telecommunication industries, and served on the Boards of various organisations and associations in Greece and abroad. Prior to his current position, he worked for ENEL SpA., the Italian multinational energy company holding the position of the Head of Enel Green Power, responsible for the area of Eastern Europe and the Middle East until 2015, and from 2016 until 2019 the position of President & CEO of Enel Romania SrL., the largest energy company in Romania.

He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering and a Master’s degree in Management in Construction and Structural Design and he has attended Executive Courses at Harvard Business School (US) and Elis Academy (Italy).

Károly Mátrai

CEO, MVM Group

Károly Mátrai

Károly Mátrai graduated from the College of Finance and Accountancy with a diploma in economics and also holds a stock exchange and commodity broker diploma from the Central European Brokerage Training Foundation. Mátrai has more than 25 years of experience in energy trading, business management, brokerage, and finance, as well as solid management and business leadership experience since 2008 as CEO and board member of Keler CCP, the leading clearinghouse for capital and energy markets in the CEE region.

He also worked for the Swiss-based energy company MET Group, where he served for two years as CFO of MET Romania Energy and the integration manager of MET subsidiary Cogen Energia Spain. Mátrai also held a position on the Association of Futures Markets’ Supervisory Board.

He is married and has two daughters in secondary school. He is a huge fan of dogs and has two border collies, with whom they are all actively involved, as running is their ultimate family hobby.

Markus Rauramo

CEO, Fortum and Vice-President, Eurelectric

Markus Rauramo

Markus Rauramo began his career in the Finnish forest industry at Enso-Gutzeit Oy in 1993. From 1999-2012 he held various senior strategy, finance and treasury positions in Helsinki, Brussels and London, and served as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Stora Enso Oyj during 2008-2012.
Markus Rauramo joined Fortum as CFO of Fortum Corporation in 2012 and has been member of Fortum’s Executive Management Team since. During 2014-2016 he headed Fortum’s consumer and heat businesses as Executive Vice President of Heat, Electricity Sales and Solutions, and latest as Executive Vice President City Solutions, before being reappointed as CFO in 2017. He became President and CEO of Fortum Corporation in July 2020. In addition, he is a Member of the Board of Sampo plc and Vice-Chairman of Eurelectric.

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Lunch

Clean Energy Wire networking lunch for press (invite only)

Private roundtable sponsored by Google

Executive Lunch (invite only)

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