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[PRESS RELEASE] Annaïk JUHUETTE-JOUENNE, new Managing Director of the Capenergies competitiveness cluster

Press release

Annaïk JUHUETTE-JOUENNE,
new Managing Director of the Capenergies competitiveness cluster

The CAPENERGIES cluster has announced that Annaïk JUHUETTE-JOUENNE will take up the position of Director General on 1 July 2024.

Annaïk JUHUETTE JOUENNE, an engineer by training, began her career in New York in the banking sector. She went on to work as a management and organisational consultant in France, Germany, Sweden and Italy, with the aim of helping to change the way things were done and focusing on the added value provided to customers.

In 1995, she joined the EDF-GDF group, then EDF, where she spent nearly 25 years in management positions in sales and customer relations in gas and electricity, and as a project manager in human resources, energy efficiency and organisation. As the company underwent changes, particularly when the energy markets were opened up to competition, but also more recently at the heart of the challenges of decarbonisation and building the post-2025 market model, she became particularly involved in change management, commercial development strategies and customer support.

She has been the Executive Director of the Mediterranean Trade Division for the corporate and local authority market for the past five years, and will take over as Director of the Capenergies cluster on 1 July 2024. This new challenge brings together several aspects of her career: preparing for the future in the energy sector, mobilising collective intelligence, and the need for performance and competitiveness in the service of economic development.

About the CAPENERGIES competitiveness cluster - Innovating and accelerating the Energy Transition together

The Capenergies cluster facilitates the emergence of innovative projects and supports their financing and development to accelerate the Energy Transition in the regions. It works for the benefit of low-carbon energy sectors and its members based in Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, Corsica, Guadeloupe and the Principality of Monaco.

Capenergies brings together a dynamic network of more than 520 members - major industrial groups, companies, including a majority of SMEs and start-ups, research and training centres, local authorities and financiers - specialising in energy and related uses. It has links with more than 300 partners in France and Europe. Since it was set up in 2005, 867 innovative projects have been approved and 506 projects have received public funding totalling more than €631m (out of a total budget of €3,312m).

Find out more : https://www.capenergies.fr/

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