Secretary-General, EASE - European Association for the Storage of Energy
BiographyMr Clerens studied law at the University of Saarbrücken and the University of Mainz. Since 1996, he has worked as a consultant for a private company specialising in European Affairs in Brussels. In his capacity as Brussels Representative of different European associations, he has been involved in the climate and energy field since 2003. He has managed the EASE office in Brussels as Secretary General since its establishment in September 2011. Since then, EASE has grown from the initial 13 founding members to almost 40.
- Providing short-term flexibility & long-term adequacy to the energy system
Grid Fees for Energy Storage Systems