The MAESHA project, funded by the EU, will develop intelligent and adaptable methods of energy storage and management, as well as modelling tools and technical systems, with the aim of accelerating the transition to sustainable energy. Designed with consideration for the interests of local communities, adapted to the market, and ready for dissemination, the new approaches will serve as a model for the decarbonisation of Mayotte and other European islands in the future.
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Andraž Andolšek, Ing. E.E., is the head of the development department in cyberGRID. He studied electrical engineering in Ljubljana University. As an expert for communication protocols, he has been building real-time web applications with the highest cybersecurity levels for more than 10 years.
Andraž is dedicated to developing specifications and architectural designs for new ICT projects, with the objective of pooling distributed flexibilities into the cyberGRID flexibility management platform, for greater energy efficiency. Skilled in problem-solving and system optimisation, his services support the platform’s connectivity to multiple other software systems. Andraž is also intensively involved in a number of EU-funded R&D and demonstration projects to accelerate the energy transition.
Anna Flessa is working for E3Modelling SA and has more than 13 years of experience in the fields of energy system and climate modelling. She has participated as an energy expert in the development of low carbon pathways and energy efficiency policies impact assessment in the context of EU funded projects. She has also served as an instructor in capacity building activities for climate change mitigation scenario modelling. Anna contributes as a senior analyst in international projects focusing on the development of country-specific energy models and scenario-based analysis, as well as capacity building on the use of the modelling tools, development of energy databases and policy analysis. She holds a diploma on Electrical and Computer Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens.
Aleksei Mashlakov is researcher in Demand response / Flexibility at Centrica. His work primarily focuses on the R&D of innovative optimization solutions for residential demand flexibility relying on the cutting-edge energy forecasting, operations research, and power system modelling.
He is currently working on such research topics as the flexibility market design for geographical islands in MAESHA H2020 project and residential demand flexibility disaggregation in BD4ENG H2020 project.
Aleksei also holds D.Sc. (Tech) degree in Energy Market and Solar Economy from the LUT University for a dissertation about flexibility aggregation of local energy systems.
Romain Hamet is innovation consultant & EU project manager at Euroquality. He is specialised in energy EU projects conceptualisation and management. In the MAESHA project, his activities cover project management as well as the management of communication and dissemination activities from the project perspective.
Romain holds a MSc. in Engineering specialised in Energy from Ecole Centrale de Lyon and a MA. in Environmental risks management from Lyon University.