Staff

Anton Pogačnik,
M.Sc., Director

Črtomir Kurnik,
M.Sc., Deputy director

Suzana Krmelj,
M.Sc., Consultant

Anton Marc,
M.Sc., Consultant

Staš Kos,
M.Sc., Head consultant

Jure Eržen,
M.Sc., Consultant

Cene Udovič,
M.Sc., Consultant

Tadeja Vodnik,
M.Sc., Head of Administration
and Human Resources

LEAG staff s and work experiences in EU projects:

Anton Pogačnik received the title of European Energy Manager. As a director he is responsible for overseeing and coordinating all the LEAG's projects. In 1993 he took the position of Assistant Director at the Standards and Metrology Institute (USM) in Ljubljana, responsible for standardisation. In 1997, in post-graduate study at the Faculty of Organisational Sciences in Kranj, University of Maribor, he developed a thesis entitled 'Slovenian National Standardisation as a Management System'. It was one of the bases for the establishment of a new Slovenian Institute for Standardisation (SIST), which came into operation on 1st September 2001. He has published a series of articles about standardisation in various Slovenian newspapers and professional journals, and he has made contributions at meetings and conferences in different fields of expertise, as well as at seminars and conferences organised by both USM and SIST. Some contributions have been presented and published abroad (Croatia, Germany, and the Czech Republic). He is the author or co-author of more than twenty scientific and professional articles and contributions.

Mr. Kurnik is a Deputy Director, European Energy Manager and certified Accountant responsible for the economy, promotional activities, reports and coordination of LEAG projects. He has experience in the commercial sector on cost-cutting projects, analytical work, calculations and negotiations.

 

Suzana Krmelj is responsible for the management, promotional activities, reports and coordination of LEAG projects. She has experience also on topics: Renewable Energy Sources (RES), Rational Use of Energy (RUE), Energy Poverty and Climate Change.

Suzana Krmelj, has developed professional skills and competences in administration and marketing during cooperation in EU projects. As a project manager, developer, researcher and administrator, she`s been involved in several EU projects in different EU programmes such as Erasmus+, Interreg Slovenia- Italy, Lifelong learning projects and Cross border programe SI-AT projects. She regularly lectures at elementary schools on energy efficiency, renewable energy and adaptation to climate change. She graduated in 2000, at the Faculty of Organizational Sciences, majoring in Human Resource Management. She gained also professional experience in the field of web communication and online social networks  as an editor of several online profiles and newsletter.

Anton Marc, European Energy Manager, is responsible for implementing local energy concepts in municipalities. He is also a coordinator and supervisor for energy bookkeeping for municipalities in the Gorenjska region.

Staš Kos, European Energy Manager, is responsible for implementing local energy concepts in municipalities. He is also a coordinator and supervisor for energy bookkeeping for municipalities in Gorenjska region.

Jure Eržen, European Energy Manager, is responsible for the management of the EU project INNOVEAS INNOVating the uptake of Energy Auditing Schemes for SMEs. In the past he lead  EU project MODER - Mobilisation of Innovative Design Tools for the refurbishing of buildings at district level.

Cene Udovič is actively working responsible for tehcnical part of EU project – SECAP. He is also a coordinator and supervisor for energy bookkeeping for municipalities in the Gorenjska region.

Tadeja Vodnik, has developed professional skills and competences in administration, human resources and energy bookkeeping for municipalities in the Gorenjska region. She graduated in 2009, at the Faculty of Organizational Sciences, majoring in Human Resource Management. She has worked in administration since 2009. 

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