Juliane Becker is a Project Manager in the areas of energy efficiency and energy management. She develops communication strategies to raise companies' awareness of energy efficient behaviours and techniques and supports the implementation of SME-specific energy management approaches.
Juliane gained career experience in the automobile industry, in building planning, and in water pollution control in the course of previous positions in both Europe and the United States. Prior to joining adelphi, she worked as a project assistant at BuroHappold Engineering, supporting the certification of green buildings in accordance with DGNB, BREEAM, and LEED standards, and with the "Hafencity" eco-label. Before that, she worked in environmental management for the Volkswagen Group of America, focussing on the LEED certification of a newly-constructed automotive plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee and on the introduction of an environmental management system in accordance with ISO 14001. As part of a further project, she supported the BIATEC GmbH in Cottbus, Germany, in developing an air circulation system for the restoration of ponds and wastewater treatment sites in the Lusatia region. During a stay at the Environmental Education Center at the Sichuan University in China, she gave lectures on green building certification systems. In addition, she has done voluntary work with schoolchildren for the Berlin project "Education Point" organised by Spandauer Jugend e. V.
Juliane studied business administration and engineering with a focus on environmental technology at the Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus‑Senftenberg, Germany. For her diploma thesis, she analysed various environmental certification systems and their added value for sustainability using existing commercial buildings for her case study. Her economics specialisations are in planning, innovation management, resource economics, and environmental policy instruments. In the topic area of environmental engineering she especially focussed on water management, soil conservation and on technologies and uses for renewable energy sources.