Manager (EU), Green & Healthy Buildings

Olivier Tissot

Olivier Tissot-updated (400 x 400 px)
Based in Europe

Olivier Tissot supports the work of the Green and Healthy Buildings (GHB) program by managing projects related to domestic electrical applications and copper life cycle assessment in relation to building carbon emissions and the legislation of the European Green Deal.  

Holding a Doctorate of Science in Chemistry, Olivier’s interests lie in sharing the technical aspects of his work with EU institutions to create change. As manager of the Forum for European Electrical Domestic Safety (FEEDS) for more than four years, Olivier has developed the forum into an institution that is trusted and known for its technical expertise, advocating for electrical inspection regimes. One of Olivier’s proudest moments was the European Parliament’s adoption of a report on the implementation of the Energy Performance Buildings Directive that included a clear call to action on electrical safety, citing the data and website from FEEDS. He maintains his work-life balance by cycling, reading and enjoying graphic arts.  

I've worked more than 20 years with the Copper Alliance, and it’s not by chance. Copper is so versatile that a lifetime would not be enough to explore all its potentialities. 

Latest Resources from Olivier Tissot

Copper Helps Reduce Carbon Emissions in Buildings

Research
Olivier Tissot

Scientific LCA study highlights copper’s superior properties as the material of choice over plastic The buildings and construction sector creates about 35 percent of final energy use and 40 percent…

The Forum for European Electrical Safety (FEEDS) welcomes Theresa Griffin as its new Chair

Press Release
Olivier Tissot

  Theresa Griffin is a former Member of the European Parliament (MEP) for Northwest England (2014 to 2020), during which time she was strongly involved in Fire Safety and Energy…

Electrical Safety

Infographic|Building & Renovating in an Energy and Resource Efficient Way
Olivier Tissot

Time for Action The inspection of electrical installations should be a priority in the EU, considering that 30 percent of all domestic fires and 50 percent of all domestic accidental…

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