Adeline Rochet

Senior Policy Advisor

Adeline is a Senior Policy Advisor in the Place-Based Transitions team. Her role is cross-cutting between buildings decarbonisation and built environment and cities. It leads her to connect with civil society stakeholders, researchers and policy makers.

Adeline Rochet
E3G Brussels Office
Adeline Rochet

As part of the Clean Economy team, Adeline is working towards the long-term objective of full decarbonisation of the building sector by mid-century. In the short term, this includes enabling the success of the framework for the EU Renovation Wave, contributing to enhancing the Europeans’ standard of life. 

Prior to joining E3G in 2021, Adeline was part of the Industry & Innovation team of the European Climate Foundation. She initially moved to Brussels in 2009 to be a Parliamentary Assistant in the European Parliament, where she served until 2018, working in areas as diverse as Transport, International Trade and Budgetary Control.

She holds a B.A. in History from Sorbonne University in Paris, and a Master’s in EU Affairs – European Project Management from Cergy University.

She enjoys craft activities and family strolls in the various parks and forests around Brussels, waiting for live concerts to be a thing again.

As part of the Clean Economy team, Adeline is working towards the long-term objective of full decarbonisation of the building sector by mid-century. In the short term, this includes enabling the success of the framework for the EU Renovation Wave, contributing to enhancing the Europeans’ standard of life. 

Prior to joining E3G in 2021, Adeline was part of the Industry & Innovation team of the European Climate Foundation. She initially moved to Brussels in 2009 to be a Parliamentary Assistant in the European Parliament, where she served until 2018, working in areas as diverse as Transport, International Trade and Budgetary Control.

She holds a B.A. in History from Sorbonne University in Paris, and a Master’s in EU Affairs – European Project Management from Cergy University.

She enjoys craft activities and family strolls in the various parks and forests around Brussels, waiting for live concerts to be a thing again.

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