Mr Genoese, a German-Italian national, has been working in the energy sector for more than 12 years. He started his career in 2008 as consultant to energy utilities and the German government, playing a vital role in working out regulatory measures to avoid extreme negative electricity prices. From 2013 to 2016, he was in charge of electricity policy analysis at CEPS, a Brussels-based Think Tank, authoring numerous publications on electricity market design as well as engaging corporate and institutional stakeholders through CEPS Task Forces. In 2016/17, he contributed to ENGIE's innovation strategy as Smart Energy Systems Expert in the fields of green gas and electric, autonomous mobility.
He is currently Head of Strategy at Terna in Rome and has been Visiting Professor at Sciences Po in Paris from 2014 to 2019. Mr Genoese holds a doctoral degree in Energy Economics as well as a Masters degree in Physics.
A case study around flexibility resources and how they are being integrated in Italy. Owners of small-scale assets will play a key role in transforming the energy sector by optimising their interaction with the grid.