15 / 01 / 2020
Advice strengthens its climate and energy advisory
In 2020, Advice strengthened its climate and energy advisory by hiring Anna Louise Højbjerg Henrichsen. Anna has worked extensively with the climate and energy agenda for a decade nationally and internationally, most recently as a Public Affairs Director at Danfoss.
The climate and energy agenda has been a strategic focus area in Advice for many years and only continues to grow. Right now, every stone in society is being turned to find new solutions to accelerate the green transition.
"Our customers increasingly need profound sectoral insight upon which we can build our advisory within political advocacy, communication and campaigns," says Director and Partner Tobias Zacho Larsen, and adds:
“With the hiring of Anna, we upskill our advisory within climate and energy policy. Anna will be responsible for further developing our advisory and services within this area. In addition, she will also advise on public affairs, stakeholder management and agenda setting in a broader sense.”
EXPERIENCED IN CLIMATE AND ENERGY POLICY
Our Public Affairs Manager, Anna Louise Højbjerg Henrichsen, has had extensive experience within the climate and energy policy field for the past ten years. In close collaboration with some of the largest Danish companies, she has worked on creating business and growth policies, finance and tax policies, innovation and public-private partnerships.
For more than five years, she has advised Danfoss' management on government contact, the participation in COP21 in Paris, and the annual World Economic Forum meetings. Moreover, she has been a co-initiator of the establishment of SYNERGI, the Danish industry organization for energy efficiency. Prior to that, she was a climate and energy advisor at the Danish Embassy in Washington, where she worked for the public-private partnership organization State of Green. And before that, she was a researcher at the Danish newspaper Politiken.
Anna Louise Højbjerg Henrichsen has an MSc in Political Science from the University of Copenhagen.