Dejan Paravan

Dr. Paravan is an established expert and active participant in the development of the European energy markets. He began his career in 1999 as a researcher at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the University of Ljubljana. After receiving his doctoral degree, dr. Paravan started his journey at GEN-I as one of its first managers. […]

Piotr Naimski

He holds a doctorate in natural science. Active in anti-communist opposition movement, Minister Naimski has been an academic professor, editor and commentator. Throughout his political career, he served as Deputy Minister of Economy, Member of the Polish Parliament and since 2015, as Secretary of State responsible for energy diversification policy in the Office of the […]

Tinne Van der Straeten

Tinne Van der Straeten has a Master in African Languages and Cultures and a Master of Laws. In 2007 she got elected to the federal parliament of which she was a member until 2010. After that she started working as a lawyer at Blixt. A boutique law firm where she gained 9 years of experience […]

Simona Kustec

Professor Simona Kustec is the Slovenian Minister of Education, Science and Sport. She also serves as a full professor at the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Sciences. Prof. Kustec is a political sciences researcher, with a rich and diverse body of work, and is involved in several research project groups in Slovenia and abroad. […]

Jan Kostevc

Jan Kostevc is working as the Energy Infrastructure Team Leader, dealing with European network development issues, from PCIs, TYNDP and network development scenarios, cost-benefit assessments, to the national development plans and their consistency with the European one. Besides network development, the team is also working on tariffs, gas security of supply and R&I activities of […]

Simon Tot

Simon Tot has more than 35 years of experience in the energy sector. He previously worked in the production of electricity in the field of thermal and hydropower plants. His main activities were the optimization of hydro and thermal generation and the provision of ancillary services. He has been working at ELES for the last […]

Darko Kramar

Darko Kramar is an expert in electrical engineering with a focus on electric power systems operation and electricity markets. His main areas of responsibility are operational security, inter-TSO cooperation and balancing issues. He is representing ELES in ENTSO-E System Operation Committee and Regional Group Continental Europe. Besides his responsibility for the Implementation of EU energy […]

Jernej Vrtovec

After completing his secondary education, Jernej Vrtovec, born on 24 May 1985, enrolled in theology studies in Ljubljana, where he graduated in 2013. He began his political career in 2003, when he joined the New Slovenia Party (NSi) and became actively engaged in politics at the local level. He continued his political activities in Young […]

Blaž Košorok

After completing his secondary education at Gimnazija Poljane, Blaž Košorok graduated from the Faculty of Law of the University of Ljubljana. During and after his studies he gained international experience in the field of law as a trainee in the Brandstetter, Politzer & Pritz law firm in Vienna. After completing his studies at the Faculty […]

Anne Chloe Devic

Anne Chloe Devic has a Master’s degree in Chemistry and Chemical engineering with a specialisation in Polymers from the Ecole Nationale Superieure de Chimie in Montpellier, France. Since 2020 , she is Senior Innovation Manager in the European Chemical Industry Council (Cefic) in Brussels , responsible for Innovation policies and funding opportunities . She also […]