Günther Oettinger

Günther Oettinger

since February 2010 EU Commissioner for Energy. Previously, he was from 2005 to 2010 Prime Minister of Baden-Württemberg.

political career

2005-2010 Prime Minister of Baden-Württemberg
seit 2005 Member of the Bureau and the Federal Executive of the CDU Germany
1984-2010 Member of the Landtag of Baden-Württemberg
2006-2010 Chairman of the Federal Advisory Committee on Media Policy of the CDU
2007-2009 Co-Chairman of the Commission on the modernization of federal-state financial relations (Federalism Reform II)
2005-2009 State chairman of the CDU Baden-Württemberg
1999-2006 Chairman of the Federal Advisory Committee on Media Policy of the CDU Germany
2001-2005 District Chairman of the CDU Nordwürttemberg
1982-1994 Chairman of the CDU in the council of Ditzingen
1983-1989 State chairman of the Junge Union Baden-Württemberg
1980-1994 City Council in Ditzingen
1979-1993 County Council in Ludwigsburg
1977-1985 Chairman of the CDU Ditzingen

 

 

 
professional career
 
1991-2005 Chairman of the CDU parliamentary group of Baden-Württemberg
1988-2005 Lawyer and Managing an auditing and tax consulting company
1984-1988 as a Staff Attorney employee of an auditor and tax consultant
1982-1984 as an assessor employee employee of an auditor and tax consultant
  Membership and presidency (03.2007-02.2009) at the “vier Motoren” for Europe

 

 

Dr. Frank Nägele

Dr. Frank Nägele

Since 13 th June 2012 Secretary of the Ministry of Economy, Labour, Transport and Technology of the State of Schleswig-Holstein

 

Professional Career:

 

2007-2010 Coordination of transport, building and urban development policy in the SPD parliamentary group
1999-2007 Deputy group head “fiscal policy” and Head of “Coordination of all the new countries matters relating” New management tools in public administration
1996-1999 Employee at the Ministry of Justice and for Federal and European Affairs of Brandenburg as a financial expert in the State Representation
1996 Doctorate at the Humboldt University in Berlin on “Regional economic policy in the cooperative state”
1992-1996 scientific assistant at the Humboldt University of Berlin, Department of European Integration, financial policy, regional policy and local politics
 
 
 
 
 
 
2010-2012 Commercial Director of the Stiftung Berliner Schloss – Humboldtforum
 

Jochen Homann

Jochen Homann

since 1 th March 2012 he is President of the Federal Network Agency in Bonn. Previously, he served as State Secretary in the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology for the energy – Industrial and technology policy responsible.

His Stations:

2008-2012
State Secretary at the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology
2006-2008
Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, Head of Economic Policy Department
2004-2006
Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology
Head of Unit “Economic and Structural Research”
2001-2004
Federal Ministry of Economics and Labour
Head of foreign economic policy Unit
1991-2001
Federal Chancellery
Head of the policy unit at the Department of Economic and Financial Policies
1982-1991

Federal Ministry of Economy,
Speaker
 1988-1990 “Speechwriter” by Federal Minister Dr. Hausmann
 1987-1988 “Speechwriter” by Federal Minister Dr. Bangemann
 1986-1987 Foreign Trade Department
 1986 Permanent Mission of the Federal Republic of Germany in the European Community, Brussels
 1982-1985 Economic policy Policy Department (national and international economic analysis)
1978-1982 HWWA Institute for World Economics, Hamburg
Research Assistant (participation in economic analyzes and forecasts, community diagnosis)

 

 

 

Jörg Kuhbier

Jörg Kuhbier

His Stations:
 
since today
  • Chairman of the Board of the Foundation of German Business for the use and research of offshore wind energy
  • Chairman of the offshore wind energy forum, board member of the Association for the Promotion of environmental law research
  • Chairman of the International Environmental Law Day Hamburg e.V.
since 2000
Senior partner of the law firm KUHBIER lawyers with offices in Hamburg, Frankfurt, Brussels, Athens, Prague and Paris
since 1991 an independent lawyer, Hamburg
1983-1991 Member of the Hamburg Senate, responsible for environmental, supply and disposal, and energy policy
(at that time Chairman of the Hamburg
Electricitätswerke AG (HEW), Hamburg Gas GmbH and Hamburg Waterworks GmbH)
since 1969 Lawyer with different functions in the authority of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg
1966-1969 both legal state exams
 

Dirk Güsewell

Dirk Güsewell

Dirk Güsewell is the CEO of EnBW portfolio development, Renewable and Conventional Generation AG

His Stations:

since 2012
  Board of EnBW Renewable and Conventional Generation AG
since 2008  
CEO / CFO, EnBW Renewables GmbH, Stuttgart
2008  
Head of “renewable energy”, EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG, Stuttgart
2007  
Head “technique and operation” (interim basis), EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG, Karlsruhe
2005-2007  
Head of “Coordination Board in the field of technology” EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG, Karlsruhe
2000-2005  
Head of “Business and Organizational Development” EnBW Power Plants AG, Stuttgart
1999-2000  
Coordinator “Board Affairs” EnBW Power Plants AG, Stuttgart
1993-1999   in different business functions at Robert Bosch GmbH in Gerlingen Moeglingen and Stuttgart
1990-1993  
Studies of Business Administration at the University of the Cooperative Education Württemberg Administration and Business Academy (VWA), Stuttgart
     
     
     
     
     

 

 

 

Alf Henryk Wulf

Alf Henryk Wulf

Since 1 April 2012 Alf Henryk Wulf is chairman of the Board of ALSTOM AG Germany. Since 2013 he is Vice President of VDE


Professional Career:

2009-2012
Chief Executive Officer of Alcatel-Lucent Germany AG
2006-2009
Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Alcatel SEL AG
2003-2006
Board of Alcatel SEL AG. Responsible for Alcatel Areas Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Central and Eastern Europe and Russia
2002-2003
Executive Vice President of the German Telekom AG for Sales and Marketing in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and India
1997-2002
The main reason for the sales of the wholesale German Telekom AG at Alcatel-Lucent
1996-1997

Responsible for sales in the North America and West Germany at Alcatel-Lucent

 

2010-2012 Commercial Director of the Stiftung Berliner Schloss – Humboldtforum

Tim Dawidowsky

Tim Dawidowsky

Tim Dawidowsky is CEO since July 2012 of the  Transmission Solutions Siemens Energy Sector, Power Transmission Division

His stations:

since 2012

CEO of the Business Unit Transmission Solutions, Siemens AG
2009-2012
Senior Vice President, Casting & Rolling, Siemens VAI Metals Technologies GmbH, Linz, Austria
2008-2009
CEO der IS Division China, IS Division Cluster Lead North East Asia, Siemens Limited China, Industry Solution Division (IS), Beijing
2007-2008
President of I&S, Senior Vice President Siemens Limited China, Siemens Limited China, Industrial Solutions and Services (I&S), Beijing
2006-2007
General Manager Marketing Oil&Gas, Marine and Postal AutomationGeneral Manager BusinessDevelopment I&S China, Siemens Limited China, Industrial Solutions and Services (I&S), Beijing
2003-2006

Vice President Procurement, Siemens AG Industrial Solutions and Services (I&S), Erlangen
2000-2003 Director Supply Management, Siemens AG, Power Generation, Mülheim a.d.R.
1998-2000 Director Data Management, Siemens AG, Power Generation, Mülheim a.d.R.
1997-1998 Projectleader costumer-documentation-project, Siemens AG, Power Generation, Mülheim a.d.R.
1995-1997 Groupleader Gasturbinen Service, Siemens AG Power Generation, Berlin
1993-1995 System Analyst, Siemens AG Power Generation, Berlin

 

 

 

Dr. Jörg Buddenberg

Dr. Jörg Buddenberg

is since 2012 CEO of EWE Vertrieb GmbH, where he is lead of the department of renewable energies

His Stations:

since 2012 CEO of EWE Vertrieb GmbH, where he leads the department of renewable energies
since 2010
Managing Director of CREA swb, Bremerhaven
since 2004
Head of the Department of Energy and Environmental Engineering at EWE Aktiengesellschaft
2001-2003
Managing Director of the Niedersächsischen Energy Agency GmbH, Hanover
and there deals with problems in the field of renewable energy and energy efficiency
2000-2001
Head of Corporate Planning
and controlling to the company Jagenberg
1998-2000

Veba Oil & Gas GmbH
1996-1998 Management of a foreign subsidiary of Veba Oil & Gas GmbH in Colombia
1991-1996 Evaluation of oil and gas projects in the DEMINEX GmbH
 since 2007  Lecturer at the Technical University of Clausthal
 1991  PhD at Univ. Dr.-Ing. W. Knissel

 

Prof. Dr. Antje Orths

Prof. Dr. Antje Orths

Antje Orths is chief engineer in the development department of the Danish grid operator Energinet.dk, which she represented in ENTSO-E Regional Group’s “North Sea” and in the North Seas Countries’ Offshore Grid Initiative (NSCOGI).

Her stations:

 

since 2008 Honorary Professor at the OvGU Magdeburg for Wind Energy / Renewable Energy
since 2010 Employees for Energinet.dk in the North Seas Countries’ Offshore Grid Initiative (NSCOGI)
since 2008 Employees for Energinet.dk in ENTSO-E, inter alia Regional Group “North Sea”
2007-2012 IEEE PES Chair “WG Europe” of the Energy Development and Power Generation Committee, IPSC.
since 2006 Denmark’s representative for the International Energy Agency (IEA) Task 25 (Design and Operation of Power Systems with Large Amounts of Wind Power)
since 2005 Development department of the Danish grid operator Energinet.dk,
inter alia Participation in various European wind energy studies, further OvG lecturer at the University of Magdeburg.
2004-2005 Lead of the research group “Critical Infrastructures” at the Fraunhofer IFF, Magdeburg
2003-2005 Lecturer and lead researcher of the group “network planning” at the Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg
2003 PhD at the Otto-von-Guericke University of Magdeburg in electrical engineering
1999-2005 Scientific assistant at the Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg, Faculty of Electrical Engineering
1998-1999 Researcher at the University of Magdeburg Stendal
1998 Ing. degree electrical engineering at the Technical University of Berlin

Jens Assheuer

Jens Assheuer

Jens Assheuer is Managing Director of the WindMW GmbH and responsible for the planning, construction and operation of the 400 MW offshore wind farm “Meerwind” in the German North Sea.

Jens Assheuer has a degree in Civil Engineering (Master of Science) at the University of Hannover, specializing in hydraulic engineering and coastal engineering. Apart from the experience in the field of numerical simulation of waves and swell in the North Sea, Mr. Assheuer has experience of several years in the design, construction and optimization of offshore foundation structures. He accompanied the construction of the world’s first tripod and jacket foundation structures for offshore wind turbines that were built as prototypes on land.

Since 08/ 2008 CEO of WindMW GmbH.

His stations:

2008-2012 As CEO, responsible for:
Planning, construction and operation of the 400 MW offshore wind farm „Meerwind“
2003-2008 As an officer in the technology office Bremerhaven GmbH he was responsible for the simulation of waves and swell in the North Sea design, construction and optimization of offshore foundation structures

Jörg Singer

Jörg Singer

Graduate Industrial Engineer. Jörg Singer (born 1966) studied industrial engineering in Germany and USA. His professional career began in the U.S. for wind energy companies in Arizona. Jörg Singers active professional role is dominated by stations in sales, management and consulting for international companies. In the last 15 years, numerous companies Jörg Singer accompanied in its strategy. His core competencies are the structuring, positioning and design of future-oriented business enterprises. Focused on evaluation programs he aims his consulting approach using creative-interactive formats on actionable customer results and increase the value of businesses. Since 2000 Jörg Singer is an entrepreneur, in 2011 he was elected as mayor on Helgoland.

 

 

Mandates / selection

since 2011 Mayor, vitality strengthening community Helgoland, including Expanding the core business tourism, offshore structure of the industry, strengthening the housing and transportation infrastructure
2010 Project Manager, Strategic and International realignment of a reverse logistics company, Munich
2009 Co-founder, building a career portal, Münster
2008 Project Manager, transformation management in a bank, Frankfurt
2007 Project manager, project management and implementation of the IT subsidiary of an energy company, Mannheim
2006 Interim managers, building a donations-service company, Munich
2005 Project Manager, privatization of fiber infrastructure in China and create a telecom company, Hong Kong
2004 Interim manager, strategic alignment of a business unit, Munich
2003 Project Manager, restructuring the service infrastructure in a pharmaceutical company, Munich
2002 Consultants, outsourcing of parts of the company to a service provider, Frankfurt
1998 Manager, building an IT service from 50 to 500 employees, Hamburg
1994 Aufbau einer Windflügelproduktion mit Testfeld, USA