Alix Chambris is leading Group Public Affairs and Sustainability at Viessmann since January 2019. Focus areas include the decarbonisation of heating and cooling by 2050, the consumer centric transformation of energy use, connectivity and competitiveness. Alix has been previously heading Danfoss EU public affairs, she has been president of EuroACE, the European Alliance for energy efficiency in buildings, and vice-president of EU-ASE, the European alliance for energy savings. Alix has fifteen years experience in EU policy making and business, with a strong focus on energy and climate policy. She has worked in the European Commission where she drafted regulations on the eco-design and energy labelling of energy related products. Alix holds a master’s degree in Economics from the College of Europe and a master’s degree of the institute of political science at Science-Po Strasbourg.
The Viessmann Group is one of the leading international manufacturers of heating, industrial, and refrigeration systems. This family enterprise was founded in 1917, has over 12.000 employees, and a turnover of ca. € 2.5 billion. With 23 production companies in 12 countries, distribution companies and representative offices in 74 countries and 120 sales offices throughout the world, Viessmann is truly international in its orientation.
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“The global energy transition is a huge opportunity to increase the comfort and well-being of millions of home-owners and create jobs at the same time. @Viessmann we foster a people centric transition with #energyefficiency #renewables #airquality and #IoT at the core.”