The board of the association consists of the President, the two vice presidents, the treasurer and the managing director.
It watches on the implementation of the decisions of the board of directors and of the general assembly, monitors the implementation of the bylaws as well as the compliance with the chart of ethics.
It is in charge of the preparation of the board of directors meetings, rule on the standard communication topics and follow up the expenses.
Philippe Monloubou, ERDF Chairman of the Board.
Philippe Monloubou was born in 1955. He graduated from l’Ecole Spéciale des Travaux Publics and from the Institut d’Administration d’Entreprises of Rennes. As a member of EDF Distribution Activity since 1979, he knows the issues of local development. Along with various positions from Charente to Corse, Ile-de-France, Rhône or Savoie, he was also the chairman of Rhône Pluriel Initiatives, the association federating the public and private economic partners in order to accompany business creators and buyers. Internationally, he also participated in the development of EDF abroad – in Argentina and South America. From 2011 to 2014, he was EDF French Commerce director and managed its 27 millions of individual clients, businesses and collectivities. On the 23rd of January, 2014, he was appointed Chairman of the ERDF Directory.
EDF ultimate goal is the deployment of 35 millions of smart electricity meters (“Linky”) across France between the end of 2015 and 2021. These meters would allow consumers to manage their own electricity consumption, and would facilitate diagnostics in the event of power failures.
Olivier Grabette, Director of R&D and innovation member of the RTE Board of Directors.
Olivier Grabette graduated from the School of Engineering Supaéro. He worked in electricity transportation networks for more than 25 years, first in France and then abroad. In 2012, he created RTE R&D and innovation board, which lead to the clear separation of RTE and EDF in terms of R&D.
Olivier Grabette is currently the Manager in charge of market economy and innovation for RTE. Since january 2014, he sits at the RTE Executive Committee.
Serge Subiron, CEO of Injenko, SMBs representative.
Serge Subiron is the co-founder and CEO of IJENKO He also has 25 years of experience in the telecommunications and IT sectors, working in international sales, marketing, subsidiaries and business units management for Alcatel Lucent, Nortel, Cisco, Netsize not only in Europe, but also in the Middle-East, Africa and Asia. At IJENKO, Serge contributes to the emergence of ‘The Internet of Everything’, an open ecosystem of service operators who are working on improving customer experiences for the smart house.
Valérie Anne Lencznar is the Managing Director for the new professional association Think Smartgrids, created in April 2015.
Valérie Anne Lencznar is a communication (CELSA) and Executive MBA (HEC) graduate. She has worked and lead as a Communication Director in various public structures. She joined the Energy sector 15 years ago. As the Communication Director of the Gravelines nuclear power station, she worked on the expansion of ERDF in Poland and Hungary. She went on to work on the Executive Committee in charge of national dispatching at RTE.
From 2009 until 2015, she worked as Managing Director and RTE Coordinator on the Franco-Spanish project Inelfe. Inelfe consisted pf building the underground electricity interconnection between Perpignan and Figueras, a world first, with a total budget of 700 millions of euros. This project prefigures the setting up of smart grids transportation in Europe.
Antoine de Fleurieu, Managing Director of Gimelec.
Antoine de Fleurieu, 49, has been Managing Director of Gimelec since 2008.
Chairman for the CSF Eco-Industrie Energy Efficiency Work Group since 2012, and he has also managed the UTE since 2014.
Antoine de Fleurieu plays an administrative role in the managing of Think Smartgrids and in the Industry of the Future Alliance.
He is a graduate from EBP International (KEDGE Business School) and holds a BA (Hons) in Marketing from Hull Polytechnics (UK).