BRUSSELS, Belgium—The Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP) welcomes Marion Santini as an associate for its Europe programme.

Ms. Santini joins RAP with more than 14 years of expertise in energy and environmental policy. In her new role, she advises policymakers and energy sector stakeholders on energy efficiency, beneficial electrification of heating and accelerating the pace of decarbonisation.

“Marion’s strong grasp of energy efficiency legislation in the European Union and her previous work on key climate and environmental issues are truly valuable for RAP,” said European programme director Dr. Jan Rosenow. “She’s effective at communicating the urgency and critical nature of the solutions to the decarbonisation challenge in Europe. We’re delighted to bring her on board.”

Prior to joining RAP, Ms. Santini acted as senior consultant for Stefan Scheuer SPRL in Brussels. Her most challenging project in this multi-faceted role, was leading The Coalition for Energy Savings’ advocacy work during the Clean Energy for All Europeans legislative process. In a previous role for World Wide Fund for Nature, Ms. Santini supported the development of climate-related business partnerships in Europe and around the world. She also led communications at Nexus, a nonprofit providing access to finance for clean energy and water solutions in Asia.

“We’re a tight-knit group working on energy efficiency in Brussels,” explained Santini. “I’ve always appreciated the thought leadership RAP has exhibited in discussions over the years. It’s exciting to now work together on the many opportunities presented by the clean energy transition.”

Ms. Santini attended the Institut d’Etudes politiques of Strasbourg, France, where she earned an undergraduate degree in political science and a master’s degree in European policy. She also holds an undergraduate degree in economics and management from Université Pierre Mendes France — Grenoble 2.



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