Marine is Senior Communication Officer, leading all communication activities of IEECP and the projects IEECP is coordinating / involved in.
She has 10 years of experience in communications and sustainability and a MSc in management and communications, obtained at the EM Lyon Business and Management School, France. She has strong communication skills on technical subjects and is involved in EU and international projects. Her day-to-day activities include managing websites, newsletters, Social Media accounts, organising conferences and supervising the publication of reports. She has worked / works on several IEE, H2020 and FP7 projects (Enefirst, Turnkey Retrofit, Build Upon², CommONEnergy, ZEBRA2020, Cohereno, iBroad, ExcEED, EUCalc, Build Up…).
Previously, she was Head of Communications at the Buildings Performance Institute Europe (BPIE) where she was, for 7 years, responsible for the definition and implementation of the communication strategies of BPIE and EU projects, Marketing and Communications expert for Intertek RDC, an Environmental Consulting agency in Brussels and Sustainability Manager for Woodstower, a Street Art and Music Festival.
Among others, lack of preparedness for communities to tap the full bioenergy market potential, lack of bioenergy stakeholders’ awareness of the potential of communities and missing/ unsupportive (local, regional and national) framework and policy conditions. For a people-powered energy system, the Horizon 2020-funded project BECoop (2020-2023) aims at putting communities in charge of their local renewable (bio)energy generation. … [Read more...]
The EU has ambitious targets for increasing energy efficiency and mitigating climate change, aiming that there are no net emissions of greenhouse gases by 2050. To achieve this and other targets, much effort and investment are focused on digital infrastructure (e.g., smart meters) that enables energy consumers to monitor and manage their energy usage more actively and efficiently. … [Read more...]
Improving energy efficiency is the most cost-effective way to reduce energy-related emissions, improve economic competitiveness and increase energy security. In the European Union, several pieces of legislation aimed at guiding states and companies, regardless of their size, on ways to improve their energy efficiency: one of them is the Energy Efficiency Directive, establishing a common framework of measures and requirements with the goal to … [Read more...]