People: Electricite de France SA (EDF.PA)
10 Jul 2020
Ms. Michele Rousseau has been Director at ELECTRICITE DE FRANCE S.A. since September 30, 2016. She is Member of the Nuclear Commitments Monitoring Committee at the Company. She was Director of the Company from November 20, 2004 till August 2005. She is a graduate of the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Mines de Paris, and is an Ingenieur General des Mines. She started her career at the Nord-Pas de Calais DRIRE as Head of the Environment Division. She went on to join the Ministry of the Environment where she was responsible for waste, and later the Ministry of Industry where she held the post of Deputy Director of the Nuclear Installation Safety Directorate with responsibility for oversight of EDF's nuclear fleet. She then moved to the French research and innovation agency, ANVAR, as Deputy Director General where she conducted policies supporting innovative projects driven by SMEs, and later to the Ministry of Economy, Finance and Industry as Director with responsibility for energy demand and markets. Here, she was tasked in particular with developing a new legislative and regulatory framework in the wake of the opening up of European electricity and gas markets and expanding energy conservation and renewables energies. Ms. Rousseau subsequently returned to the Ministry of Ecology and Sustainable Development, where she held the positions of Secretary General and, in 2008, Director, Deputy Commissioner General for Sustainable Development, with particular responsibility for implementing the Grenelle Environment initiative. In 2011, she was appointed Director General of the Seine-Normandie Water Agency before returning in 2016 to the General Council for Environment and Sustainable Development where she is Chair of the Haut-de-France Regional Environmental Authority (MRAe). She is the Chair of the Bureau de Recherches Geologiques et Minieres (French Geological Survey) since March 2017 and director of the Institut national de recherche en sciences et technologies pour l’environnement (IRSTEA).
|Total Annual Compensation, EUR||37,907|
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|Fiscal Year Total, EUR||37,907|