P.E.P. Association is composed of 4 authorities, with specific roles:
Who are we?
Board & Steering Committee
Bertrand HUGOO, president of the P.E.P. Association :
"Born 10 November 1954 (France)
Mechanical Engineer ICAM + ICG diploma (finance and control management)
He has been working within Schneider-Electric since 32 years
His main involvement has been in the Medium Voltage business in General management, Sales, Industrial, Marketing and R&D matters.
He has a broad international experience and have been living in Indonesia for 4 years
He has been Vice president for environment Corporate leading the Green marketing and selling for growth and launching the Schneider ecoDesign Way"
Catherine JAGU, secretary of the P.E.P. Association:
"The secretariat administrates the PEP association and enforces the decisions of the steering Committee and supports the development of the PEP ecopassport® program"
Skander HASSAYOUNE, president of the Technical Committee :
"Skander is graduated in Industrial engineering, from ENIT Tunis, and in Environmental Management, from ENSAM Chambéry.
He started his career as Lean Manufacturing consultant in several industries (automotive, glass,...).
In 2009, he joined the Hager group to participate at the creation of the sustainable development department of the group.
He is today in charge of the products' environmental affairs : Eco-Design, regulatory conformity and standardisation."
Accredited Verifier Club
Sophie BARBEAU, chairwoman of the Accredited Verifier Club :
"After her PhD in Macromolecular materials and composites, Sophie Barbeau spent over 10 years in Research and Development on polymeric materials, in chemical industry first and then in Nexans, one of the main cable manufacturer. In 2011, she left the R&D department to focus on Sustainable Development and environmental issues related to products. She’s now managing the Sustainable Development Technical team, taking care of environmental standardization, compliancy of products with legislation and deployment of ecodesign and best environmental practices within Nexans."