As the revised Renewables Directive is planned to be tabled by the end of November, we are delighted to welcome Paula Abreu Marques, Head of Unit Renewables and CCS Policy, for an Industrial Competitiveness Task Force Briefing on the topic.
Head of Unit Renewables and CCS Policy, Dir C, DG ENER | European Commission
Paula Abreu Marques is the Head of Unit for “Renewables and CCS policy” in the European Commission, DG ENER since August 2013. She is responsible for defining and steering the EU renewable energy policy, including the implementation of the Renewable Energy Directive and the definition of a policy framework for Post-2020, as well as the EU policy strategy in the field of Carbon Capture and Storage. Previously Paula Abreu Marques was the Head of Unit for “International Relations and Enlargement” in the European Commission, DG ENER, being in charge of defining and steering the international energy relations set in the context of the EU energy policy strategy. She has an economic background and joined the European Commission in 1994.