World Energy Council welcomes 17 new members to the global Future Energy Leaders programme

25th April 2022

World Energy Council welcomes 17 new members to the global Future Energy Leaders programme

The World Energy Council is pleased to announce the addition of 17 new members to its global Future Energy Leaders programme, the Council's platform to support and promote the energy leaders of tomorrow. Members of the global Future Energy Leaders program are exceptional young professionals who share a commitment to shaping the future of energy, solving the world's most pressing challenges in energy and sustainability, and engaging in national, regional and global dialogues to fulfil our Humanising Energy vision.

World Energy Council Future Energy Leaders

This year, we welcomed nominations from our National Member Committees only. The Council's 2022 global Future Energy Leaders community represents almost 60 countries and every continent, with members from diverse backgrounds within all areas of the energy ecosystem including government, business and industry, academia and research, finance, IGOs, NGOs, oil and gas, renewables , technology, innovation and start-ups, engineering and construction, and utilities.

The 17 new Future Energy Leaders 2022 are:

  • Abian Marasini, Energy Engineer, Water and Energy Commission Secretariat, Government of Nepal, Nepal
  • Bogdan Leu, Power Systems Expert, Transelectrica, Romania
  • Edgars Groza, Head of wind park development, Latvenergo, AS, Latvia
  • Emily Hilton, HSEQ Manager, Hiringa Energy, New Zealand
  • Fruzsina Csonka, Regional Business Development Manager, EIT InnoEnergy, Poland
  • Federico Rehermann, Environmental economic advisor of the National Directorate of Energy, National Energy Directorate - Ministry of Industry, Energy and Mining, Uruguay
  • Guido Massimo Dell'Omo, Political Analyst, Eni, Italy
  • Jelena Stojkovic, Teaching and Research Assistant, School of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Serbia
  • Johanna-Hlin Audunsdottir, Director of Climate and Environment, Landsvirkjun, Iceland
  • Justyna Dudzińska, Manager, PKN ORLEN, Poland
  • Ksenija Anžinovska, Senior Inspector, Conventional Supervision Division, Maritime Administration of Latvia, Registry of Seamen, Latvia
  • LEE Keon UK, Professional Manager, SK Energy, Korea
  • Mark Todoroff, Business Development Director, TESLA Asia Pacific Ltd., New Zealand
  • Pablo Campos, Projects Control Manager, Fontus Prime Solar, Chile
  • Rosa Puentes Fernández, Hydrogen and gas quality adviser, ENTSOG (seconded by Enagás), Spain
  • Tarun Jindal, Senior Research Officer, Indian Oil Corporation Limited, India
  • Yong Hwee Ng, Senior Performance Engineer, YTL PowerSeraya Pte. Limited, Singapore

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