Chloé Pfeiffer takes up the position of Group Executive Coordination Director starting from the 1st of July 2023.
Chloé Pfeiffer, 45, graduated from Polytechnique and Ecole des Ponts Paris Tech.
She began her career at Renault in 2004 before shifting to the energy sector, first, at Engie, where she was Executive Secretary of the Finance Department from 2007 onwards, during the preparation for the merger between Gaz de France and Suez. Still at Engie, she then became Senior Business Developer for solar power working on the Group’s solar power strategy and the development of smart business offers.
In 2014, she joined the EDF Group by joining Enedis as Deputy Technical Director for the Mediterranean to lead smart grids projects. She then worked on the company’s digital transformation as Digital Innovation Director. In 2019, she was appointed Director of Enedis Paris.   

Since March 2023, she has been tasked with the business project for the EDF Group’s chairmanship. She will be managing the Group’s executive coordination starting from July 2023.

Erkki Maillard takes up the position of EDF’s Senior VP Government and International Affairs starting from the 1st of July 2023.
Erkki Maillard, 50, graduated from ESCP and Sciences Po Paris, and a former student of the French National School of Administration.
He began his career in 2002 at the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, where he served both in France and abroad, particularly in China and Italy. He has also been an advisor or private secretary to the French Minister of Foreign Affairs, the French Minister of European Affairs, and the French Minister for Higher Education and Research.

Building on this experience, he joined the EDF Group in 2016 as Diplomatic Advisor. He has also been Senior Vice-President of European Affairs since 2019.
In this new position, he will be in charge of the relations with the French Government.