Merce Almuni has worked at BEUC, The European Consumer Organisation since June 2017. Currently, Merce is the energy policy officer at BEUC. Amongst her areas of expertise are self-consumption and active consumers. BEUC is participating in the cross-European project CLEAR 2.0 to enable consumers to learn about, engage with and adopt renewable energy technologies. She is also working on other models allowing consumers to become active in the market, such as new demand side arrangements.
BEUC represents 43 independent national consumer associations in 32 European countries acting as a strong consumer voice in Brussels, ensuring that consumer interests are given weight in the development of EU policies.
Prior to joining BEUC, Merce worked as a Senior Economist at Ofgem focusing on enforcement and the retail energy markets. She also held positions with the European Bank of Reconstruction and Development and Total. Merce holds a Master’s in Public Administration from the London School of Economics and a Master’s in Engineering from the Ecole des Mines de Paris