During this Vision Dinner, Mariëlle Vogt, CFO of Enexis Group, will give a keynote about the future of Enexis in relation to the challenges of the energy transition. Enexis has to invest heavily to realize the energy transition, at the same time as a public organization it sees it as a moral obligation to prevent energy poverty as much as possible. What is the role of the CFO in these complex issues? And how do you make an organization more agile and effective in these times of crisis? With this very topical theme and Mariëlle Vogt's years of experience in both the public and private sector, it promises to be an interesting and stimulating evening.
Mariëlle Vogt-Claessens, Enexis Groep
Mariëlle Vogt has been CFO of Enexis since January 2021, after almost four years as Financial Director. Mariëlle started her career at KPN, where she held several financial management positions. She then became financial director at TU Delft. She is also a member of the Supervisory Board/chair of the Audit Committee at the Residentie Orkest.
Mariëlle Vogt has a master's degree in Applied Mathematics from TU Delft, CMA diploma from VU Amsterdam and followed tracks at IMD and Insead.
Enexis Netbeheer is 1 of the 6 regional network operators in the Netherlands. Our most important task as grid operator is to install and maintain the gas and electricity grid in the Netherlands. We also take care of the transport of energy. We transport energy from solar parks and wind turbines to your home or business.
The energy transition is causing disruptive developments in politics and the economy. This makes energy a hot topic, where quick solutions must go hand in hand with sustainable development. Enexis is responsible for the transport of electricity and gas to more than three million customers in the Netherlands. As a grid operator, she faces the enormous task of radically renovating the energy system in a context of scarcity of materials, personnel and space. This involves huge investments. How do we ensure that the energy transition not only remains financeable, but also that we keep the price tag for the customer as low as possible? As CFO, Mariëlle Vogt is tasked with solving this complicated puzzle.
17:30 | Doors open
18:00 | Program
20:30 | End
CFO’s and Finance Directors