Amélie joined Energy Cities in 2021 to work on heating and cooling topics, both from a project and a policy perspective.
Before that, she worked for a European renewable energy association, advocating for concentrated solar thermal power, in which she gained valuable knowledge in EU energy and climate legislation. She holds a BA in English literature and Master’s Degrees in Intercultural Relations and European Affairs.
In her personal life, Amélie is involved in the participatory council of her city, since she is convinced that the role of municipalities is key in a fair transition, and that citizens must be at the heart of it. When not at work, she loves reading, writing, and playing music. She has been living in Brussels for five years and still enjoys discovering new things to do there.