Lisanne Saes is a Senior Consultant with expertise in energy saving, sustainable energy, innovation and circular economy. She has experience with executing and coordinating impact studies, feasibility studies, evaluations and sustainability projects, for which she uses both qualitative and quantitative methods. Lisanne is innovative and goal oriented.
Prior to joining Technopolis Group, Lisanne worked for Liander, a Dutch utility company which distributes electricity and gas. She worked on sustainability projects and policy advice at the Strategy & Innovation department. At Technopolis Group, she mainly works on ‘green economy’ projects, like a feasibility study on the energy goals of a Dutch province and the Blue Bioeconomy forum.
Lisanne obtained her MSc degree in Innovation Sciences from Eindhoven University of Technology, where she specialised in sustainable innovation. As a part of the study programme she followed courses on energy, sustainability and policy at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh USA. For her thesis on the social economic impact of prepaid water meters in Namibia she performed an extensive field research in Namibia for three months. She is fluent in Dutch and English.