Who are the advisory board members of RenOnBill?
The advisory board of RenOnBill consists of a variety of stakeholders from the energy and financial sectors, contributing to the project by providing feedback on the technical results and in disseminating the project outcomes to a broader outreach.
Eduard Puig MacLean
GNE Finance
Eduard currently serves a co-founder and COO of GNE Finance, a company aiming to mobilize financing for climate action. Previously, Eduard founded Climate-Aligned Partners, a consulting firm located in Amsterdam to provide Strategy and Financing advisory to SMEs involved in Low-Carbon initiatives. Before that, Eduard spent 6 years developing and funding ESCO projects. Eduard also invests in and advises clean-tech start-ups and collaborates in a number of accelerators in several countries as mentor and trainer on Strategy and Financing matters.Trained as an Industrial Engineer, Eduard holds an MBA from ESADE business school and has executive training in Innovation Management
Gianluca Periotto
ATC del Piemonte Centrale
Gianluca Periotto has been working in the financial sector for more than 20 years, with experiences ranging from banking to real estate and social housing. He has also worked in several European projects involving international partnerships.Gianluca has a Bachelor degree in Management, a MSc in Financial Management from the University of London and a Master in Management from Bocconi. After his teaching experience at the University of Turin, he spent three years working for Unicredit as Financial Investment Advisory for private clients. Afterwards, he worked for FIAT, where he provided cycle analysis and forecast of main macroeconomic variables for the business sector and participated to many international round tables.In 2003, he started in ATC del Piemonte Centrale, first as Chief Investment Officer, and then as Senior Investment Manager. At the moment, he is General Manager and CFO, involved in all new ventures. ATC is the main social housing provider of Turin Metropolitan Area, managing more than 30.000 dwellings.