EDF Renewables in Germany is a subsidiary of the international EDF Renewables group. As one of the leading companies in the energy sector, EDF Renewables is active in more than 20 countries. EDF Renewables installs and operates customized energy storage solutions for commercial and industrial customers in Germany.
We are also experts in planning, construction and the repowering and operation of wind farms. EDF Renewables aims to relieve the burden on the grid to build flexible, integrated energy systems with renewable energies.
EDF Distributed Solutions GmbH
Tel: +49 30 20 62 76 – 77
Our team in Berlin
I have been working in the energy sector for more than 20 years and I´m proud to be part of such a team, working in the interest of Germany's energy transition. I am happy that we are able to bring so many innovative solutions to the companies.
I have been actively involved in the renewables industry in Europe for about ten years. As EDF Renewables' Head of Sales in Germany, I am responsible for ensuring that our decentralized battery storage systems make a major contribution to the energy transition and help our customers reduce their electricity costs.
With EDF I embarked on the adventure of the power supply system, where storage is playing an increasingly important role alongside renewable generation. In sales, I engage in conversations with our customers to uncover the storage potential they have.
As Marketing Manager, my job is to help our start-up become more visible in the market. What I find really exciting about my job at EDF Renewables is watching how batteries are helping to shape Germany's energy transition.
As a data analyst, I support the sales team and our customers' needs by extracting useful information from their energy consumption data. What I particularly enjoy is finding as much value as possible in data so we can build exciting projects.
Since 2 years I am responsible for the asset management and technical operation of the EDF energy storage system in Germany. In the ever-changing world of renewable energy, it is important for me to be part of the change.
As a site manager, I take care of the preparatory work before construction begins. The most important part of my job is to solve problems that arise on site. Making quick decisions and making changes to deadlines is then always part of the job.
As Sales Support, my role is to ensure that all steps within the sales cycle are followed to support our customers. At EDF, I am exicited to be part of the energy transition and helping batteries become an important part of the energy solutions.