Our team members have been entrusted by the members and the Board to work on ESMC policy issues in communication and the working groups. Don’t hesitate to contact our Secretary General if you have any question about the membership and policy topics.
Johan Lindahl has extensive experience of market and regulatory topics concerning the PV market. Partly from the work as Swedish representative in the international organization IEA PVPS the last ten years, but also from the previous role as the Swedish PV industry associations spokesperson. Johan also holds a Ph.D in thin film solar cells of the type CIGS from Uppsala University, Sweden.
Žygimantas Vaičiūnas has more than 15 years experience in various executive roles in energy field, recently (2016-2020) as the Minister of Energy of Lithuania. His political leadership made strong impact to regional energy policy developments meanwhile his initiatives on renewables determined clear direction for green, decentralized and prosumers oriented future. Žygimantas academic background is political science and EU studies.
Sustainability Policy Director
Jens Holm has 15 years’ expericene as a full-time politician, with three years in the European Parliament and 12 years in the Swedish Parliament. Holm has in general worked with Swedish and international climate policies, renewable energy, sustainable transport and plant-based diet topics. Among other things, as a politician he has worked with dossiers such as EU ETS, renewable energy directive (RED), EcoDesign, the REACH-regulation, the Swedish climate policy framework and Sweden´s first climate act (2018). Holm is also a well know lecturer when it comes to climate and sustainability issues and author of several books in Swedish. He holds a Master’s degree in sociology from Uppsala university. Jens Holm have the main responsibility of ESMCs work on sustainability related policies and regulations.
Amelia Oller Westerberg
Market Analysis and Communications
Amelia Oller Westerberg has a background in energy system engineering from Uppsala University, Sweden. In 2020, she presented a master thesis where she developed a prototype for a statistical tool that uses trade data to estimate installed PV capacities on emerging markets and focused her studies on PV and energy efficiency. She is the Swedish representative in IEA PVPS Task 1 and has performed additional PV market and policy analyses for Swedish market actors.