Emmanuel BUE

MED TSO-Convener of Working Group Economic Studies and Scenarios Member of Cigre TURKEY&

Emmanuel BUÉ is a Power System expert since 1997 within the French TSO RTE. Since 2011, he has been head of technico-economic and probabilistic studies team in the Transmission grid development Department of RTE. He managed all the French 400 kV grid development studies from the long term perspective to the committing date, and realized in particular the long run RTE 400 kV Master Plan 2030 (7 engineers for one year, 2.5 b€). He as a strong experience on the assessment of the benefit of the projects, for the French part, and for the new interconnections with other TSO in the European area according to the cost-benefit analysis (CBA) methodology. From 2003 to 2009, Emmanuel Bué contributed to the Generation Adequacy Report on the electricity supply-demand balance in France, developing plausible scenarios of generation mix and simulating supply-demand balance. In the first part of his career, he worked in the National Control Centre, in charge of the short term generation optimization and grid maintenance scheduling. In the context of unbundling, he designed an innovative method to assess interconnection exchange capacities for yearly capacity auction. He holds an engineering degree from Ecole Centrale de Lille (1995) and a master degree in automatic and regulation from the University of Lille.


Partner & Senior Consultant For Business Development and Follow-up of French Companies in Turkey

Aysu KUŞİN founded BeGrid Consulting with Emmanuel Bué in 2016. Since 2016, she's in charge of strategical market development and intercultural management on behalf of our international clients. From 2003 to 2009 she has been Human Resources Director in different companies in France. In 2011 she founded an HR consulting company in France. She has a strong experience in Hr issues and intercultural management. She holds a Master degree from İGS Paris and a licence degree in Labour Economics and Human Resources from the University of Sorbonne Paris 1.