In January 2020, Elieta Carlu took over the management of Allice (Industrial Alliance for Competitiveness and Energy Efficiency), the organization dedicated to energy efficiency in industry, born in June 2018 and supported by four partners: Cetiat, Cetim, CTCPA and Enea Consulting.
An engineer by training and a graduate of the École des Mines de Nancy with a specialization in energy and environmental process engineering, Elieta Carlu began her career at ATEe as coordinator of energy saving certificates. She then joined Enea Consulting from 2011 to 2019, where she held various positions in energy transition consulting. She has spent the last four years on Australian soil in their branch in Melbourne as a manager .
Passionate about energy and climate issues and on the strength of these various experiences in France and abroad, she now wishes to take up a new challenge as director of Allice. Its main mission is to boost the sector by supporting innovation and bringing together the players in supply and demand in a transversal approach. It will be able to rely on a team made up of Christophe Debard, executive president and Lucille Payet, coordinator of collective projects and technical and scientific referent.
“I am delighted and honored to join Allice, whose vision of energy efficiency and more broadly of energy transition and decarbonization of industry I share. As Director, my role is to accelerate Allice's development, by gaining new members and strengthening current partnerships. My goal is to make Allice a benchmark player in energy efficiency in industry, recognized for its ability to unite, support innovation and boost the industry, ” she said.
The year 2020 promises to be rich in highlights, notably with the launch of four studies relating to the financing of energy efficiency projects, the electrification potential of industrial processes, thermal storage and radiant energies.
In addition, various technical and scientific events will be organized, including two days open to Allice members and professionals in the sector on the themes of technological innovation in industry and the potential of additive manufacturing.
An international conference on innovation in the service of decarbonization of industry is also planned for early 2021.
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