Mariangiola has more than 15 years of experience in energy efficiency and climate change policy analysis and in-depth knowledge of EU policy making. As head of research at BPIE, she leads the research team and oversees BPIE’s wide range of work. She is directly involved in policy work related to the implementation of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive and the European Green Deal. As a project manager, she led several projects, including iBRoad (roadmap for individual building renovation, H2020), EmBuild (H2020), which aims to support public authorities in SEE countries in developing a long-term strategy for the renovation of the building stock, financing the future of buildings in Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe, de-risking energy efficiency investments and the feasibility study of Article 19a of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive. Prior to joining BPIE, she worked as an energy consultant at Dunsky Energy Consulting in Montreal, where she conducted primary and secondary research on energy efficiency financing, market transformation, programme evaluation and best practice review of residential and commercial programmes. Mariangiola has a strong knowledge of EU energy efficiency policies, having served as policy officer at the WWF EPO in Brussels. In this position, she led the organisation’s energy efficiency work, contributing to the adoption and implementation of a wide range of policies, such as the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD), the Climate and Energy Package, and the Ecodesign and Energy Labelling Directives. She has been a board member of CAN-Europe and Topten International Group, and director of WWF’s Corporate Climate Engagement unit. She holds a Master’s degree in European political and administrative studies from the College of Europe and a Master’s degree in Environmental Law from Ca’ Foscari University.
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