Corporate Affairs Mgr - ENTSO-E

ENTSO-E represents 43 TSO’s from 36 countries across Europe. ENTSO-E is committed to develop the most suitable responses to the challenge of a changing power system while maintaining security of supply. Innovation, a market based approach, customer focus, stakeholder focus, security of supply, flexibility, and regional cooperation are key to ENTSO-E’s agenda.

Susanne is in charge of strategy and policy, communication and stakeholder relationship. Prior to this she was Head of Unit Energy Policy and Power Generation and Distribution with the European electricity sector association EURELECTRIC. She was formulating high level strategy on energy policy and power generation, in line with the Board’s overall strategic guidance; led 12 industrial working groups on power generating technologies as well as cross-sector issues like Innovation, or Statistics and Trends.

German national by origin she holds a PhD and a habilitation from Bonn University, Berlin Free University, as well as Sciences Po Paris, in Political Sciences, as well as an economics degree from London School of Economics, and a Master degree in Slavistics and Romanistics. Previously she was heading the French Institute for International Relations Brussels branch and was affiliated as a senior researcher to the energy programme of the institute; she has a long track of academic publication, affiliation to research and lecturing, as well as consulting.