From 1st June two new colleagues join the EHI team in Brussels: Alessia Endellini and Ana Cristina Chirulescu.

Alessia Endellini’s ( experience in EU affairs started back in 2015, when she spent almost one year at the European Parliament, in the office of an Italian MEP, focusing on climate and energy policies.

After having collaborated with a consultancy firm in Frankfurt (Germany) for some months, in early 2017 she came back to Brussels and joined EFIEES, the European Federation of Intelligent Energy Efficiency Services, where she managed the association’s lobbying and advocacy activities, promoting the role of energy service companies at the EU level.

Alessia holds a master’s degree in International Studies from the University of Pisa (Italy) and completed her post-graduate education in Diplomatic Studies at the LUISS Guido Carli University, in Rome. During her academic studies, she made several experiences abroad, including in Istanbul, Turkey, where she carried out her one-year Erasmus program.

At EHI she will be responsible mainly for the legislative files related to the Energy Performance of Buildings, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Directives.

Ana Cristina Chirulescu ( is a Romanian national and holds a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations and a Master degree in Economics from Solvay Business School in Brussels. Prior to joining EHI, Ana was the Economic, Legal and Trade Manager at the AeroSpace and Defence Industries Association of Europe (ASD). In her role she coordinated and promoted the manufacturer’s positions in all matters of common interest concerning trade, Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs), standardisation, etc. She previously worked for Daikin Europe in the Strategic Planning Department. A Romanian native speaker, Ana is also fluent in English, has a good level of French and basic knowledge of Russian.

At EHI Ana will be responsible for Market Intelligence, Digitalisation issues as well as for legislative files related to energy transition such as the energy taxation and CO2.