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Giuseppe is an energy engineer working in the youngest company of the Enel group born with the aim of leading the energy transition.

He started his experience in Enel X with energy audits and energy management systems for the industrial sector and now he deals with energy efficiency solutions for the tertiary sector mainly consisting in remote control and revamping of HVAC systems.

Within the H2020 research program he is currently involved in the CATALYST project and previously has contributed to the Cold Energy project which aim was to transfer a highly effective technology from the automotive industry to cooling units enhancing energy recovering.

Julie Chenadec’s work focuses on promoting and realizing energy sustainability initiatives within the IT industry. As such, Ms Chenadec is working as a Project Manager at Green IT Amsterdam since 2015. Julie Chenadec is the Lead Partner of the Interreg Europe project, EV ENERGY; as well as project partner in Interreg NWE project, CEDaCI. She is also in charge of the Marketing and Communication activities and initiating local impact activities with our 27 Green IT Leaders. Ms Chenadec holds a Master in Sustainable Development from Bordeaux INSEEC Business School in 2015, she then completed several internships abroad in France, Peru, Indonesia, and the Netherlands.

Dr. Stephen Brennan is the Chief Digital Advisor to the Irish Government and founder and CEO of the healthcare informatics company Centuri Analytics.  He was the author of Ireland’s first National Digital Strategy published in 2013.  His passion is the application of digital technology and data analytics to drive innovation and solve big challenges.  He is the member of numerous government fora and the EU commission member states board on digital entrepreneurship.  With academic, private and public service perspectives, Stephen is well placed to analyse the broad-scale impacts of digital innovation on the sustainability of investment into data centres.

James joined the then Compaq EMEA PreSales Team in November 1996 at their EMEA HQ in Munich where he spent 5 years building and growing the ProLiant server business. He then moved to the HP EMEA Customer Centre in Sophia Antipolis, France where he spent 5 years advising and working some of the biggest converged infrastructure IT projects in the region. Since then he has moved back home to Ireland and has worked in country sales, before moving back to EMEA Product and Category Management positions for Data Center Solutions. More recently, James has spent the past 6 years working on incubating and bringing to market HPE cloud solutions including HPE GreenLake Hybrid Cloud; an agnostic multi-cloud, multi-stack managed service for public and private clouds that simplifies operations to help customers reduce risk, eliminate complexity and accelerate cloud adoption.

James is a Master ASE in Data Center and Cloud.

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Education: Post Grad in Computing, University of Limerick; B.A. (Hons) in European Studies, University of Limerick.

Passions: Tipperary Hurling, Munster Rugby, Liverpool FC football, playing golf, twittering, drinking good wine, keeping up with technology and trying out the latest gadgets.

With over 20 years in the IT and data centre industry, Jonas Caino has an extensive background in data centre issues, regularly speaking on the future of data centre design and technology as well as writing on his column “The Last Word” with Data Centre Management Magazine. He holds an MBA from University of Leicester and a BSc (Hons) in Technology and Management from the University of Bradford. He is also a recognised fellow of the Institute of Sales Management. When Jonas is not in a meeting, on a site, on a plane or glued to his laptop; he spends his time enjoying Formula One and trying to keep fit.

More than 20 years commercial experience working with Irish fibre and microwave radio telecom providers. Previous roles included Sales Management, Customer Service, Strategy and Product Development for Ocean, BT and Ripplecom. Currently responsible for formulation of strategy, creation of new business opportunities and management of ESB Telecoms relationship with ComReg & industry representative bodies

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