On 5 April 2016 the JRC presented the interactive and collaborative online European Energy Efficiency Platform. This beta platform is conceived to fill the gap opened by scattered data and fragmented knowledge resulting from a rapidly growing energy efficiency market. It is expected to be both a one-stop shop for information retrieval and a meeting point for experts to exchange data and reduce redundant activities.
Engineer, scientific project officer with the Renewables and Energy Efficiency unit. Coordinates the project E3P European Energy Efficiency Platform and jointly coordinates the project Energy and Location. Research interests include Smart cities and the use of satellite data for energy efficiency policies. Previously worked in Demand Response and participated in the development of the ITU recommendation L1440 - Methodology for the environmental impact assessment of ICT in cities. Participated in research on behaviours and energy. Past working experience in nuclear safeguards and information analysis.