GreenMatters is a consultancy specialised in thematic studies, policy advice for regional and local agencies, event moderation and marketing of green products. We work at European and international level advising public clients on green policy matters and supporting companies with innovative green ideas. We have over 20 years of experience in regional policy, the energy transition and the circular economy. GreenMatters can feature an outstanding set of references.
Our mission is to make an active contribution to raising the share of renewables, to improving energy efficiency and to transforming the traditional linear economy (make-use-dispose) to a circular economy that keeps resources in use for as long as possible. Whether we work for small companies or big institutions, moderate workshops or major conferences, we are determined to deliver high-quality, tailor-made services and to see happy clients coming back for more.
GreenMatters is offering policy and business studies on the energy transition, energy efficiency, circular economy, waste management and climate change at European, national and regional level.
We advised INTERREG IVC, Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE and the European Commission on the SME Instrument and are making high-level expert presentations on the latest trends & developments in green matters. Since February 2018, we are acting as Low-Carbon Economy expert for the Policy Learning Platform of Interreg Europe.
GreenMatters is always looking for new, exciting products that are made to last and close the loop towards a circular economy. We are interested in innovative applications of renewables, in repurposing and recycling materials that were destined for disposal or incineration. GreenMatters supports companies in finding new, international markets and in promoting their products.
We have a long track-record in moderating workshops and conferences and in organizing World Café sessions around green matters. We are highly experienced in ensuring high-quality debates and a lively exchange of views and arguments.
Policy Brief on E-mobility (Interreg Europe Policy Learning Platform on Low-carbon economy), Jan 2019
Policy Brief on Behavioural change for energy efficiency (Interreg Europe Policy Learning Platform on Low-carbon economy), Dec 2018
Policy Brief on Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (Interreg Europe Policy Learning Platform on Low-carbon economy), Oct 2018
Policy Brief on Renewable Energy Communities (Interreg Europe Policy Learning Platform on Low-carbon economy), August 2018
Concept & moderation of Policy Learning Event on Sustainable Mobility, Manchester, November 2018
Organisation & moderation of 2-day Peer review on the absorption of Regional Funding for Energy Efficiency at Hauts-de-France Region, Lille, October 2018
Organisation & moderation of Interreg Europe Thematic Workshop on Energy Efficiency in Buildings, Florence, June 2018
Astrid puts her energy in pushing green matters, promoting green products and “making things happen”. She has over 25 years of experiences in innovation, entrepreneurship, innovation financing, clusters, renewable energy, energy efficiency, smart cities and the circular economy and co-authored several studies in these areas. She has been a senior expert for both the European institutions and for private organisations. Astrid has an outstanding track record in branding and corporate identity, off-line and on-line communication and marketing for international institutions, big and small businesses alike. She organized and moderated numerous conferences, workshops and training sessions throughout Europe.
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Katharina is a passionate project developer who masters all steps of the project cycle from concept to operation. More than 15 years professional experience in the renewable energy and waste management sector have given her well-rounded knowledge of technologies, processes, institutional frameworks and related networks. Katharina has long-standing experience as lead expert in thematic studies and as a senior advisor for the SME Instrument. She is an experienced speaker and has been invited by the European institutions to many high-level expert groups and conferences on policy development and technology foresight.
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