Governance

The GreenWin Cluster is set up in the form of a Non-Profit Association, whose Articles have been signed by 27 founder members. It has precise objectives agreed jointly with the Government of Wallonia.

The decision-making structure of the Cluster is General Assembly members and Administrative Council.

The management structure of the Cluster is Executive Bureau and Strategy Committees

A committee of international experts advises the Council on matters of technological intelligence and strategic orientation. It assists the Council each year in the selection of projects to be proposed to the Government. It is the guarantor of the scientific relevance of the scientific decisions made by the management structure of the Cluster.


General Assembly of members

The Cluster has full members and associate members. This distinction is explained by a desire to gather widely all parties interested in the development of the Cluster, without this being an excessive burden on those parties. This means that the price of the subscription must not be a dissuasive obstacle for a first contact with the Cluster.

The General Assembly is comprised of all members of the Cluster:

  • small and large businesses (world leaders)
  • universities
  • research centres
  • training operators
  • communities
  • federations

Administrative Council

The Administrative Council acts as the governing council of the Cluster, as defined in the framework of the Marshal Plan. It is the decision-making body, guarantor of the strategic orientations determined by the General Assembly and of compliance with the principles determined by the Government of Wallonia.


Le Conseil d’Administration, présidé par André PETITJEAN est composé de
PETITJEAN André (PRAYON) JACQUES Pascal (UCL)
BAUDOIN Séverine (HOLCIM) LEBOUTTE Didier (BALTEAU - CMI)
BECUE Vincent (UMONS) MASSET Patrick (THERMALLIUM)
BROZE Bernard (ESSENSCIA) MAGHUE Emmanuel (CLUSTER CAP 2020)
CARNOY Francis (CCW) MOUTSCHEN Patrick (MOBIC)
COLLARD Thierry (SOLVAY) NEIRYNCK Stéphane (CTP)
DAUGE Laurent (SHANKS) PORTIER Paul (PREFER)
DE BARQUIN Fabrice (CSTC) RANDOUX Thierry (CERTECH)
DEHERRIPON Cédric (VANDEPUTTE) RENIERS François (ULB)
GRAFF Véronique (GREENWIN) TILQUIN Jean-Yves (CARMEUSE)
HAUBRUGE Eric (ULG) TRODOUX Eric (SUEZ)
HAUGLUSTAINE Jean-Marie (ULG) VAN DEN NESTE Marc (AGC)
HELIN Guy (SYNGULON) VERSTRAETE Stéphane (DC ENVIRONNEMENT)
HOUBART Geoffrey (KNAUF) YANS Johan (FUNDP)
Observateurs
DETAILLE Rose (DGO6) DOBBELSTEIN Frédéric (Cabinet Jeholet)

Executive Bureau

Le bureau exécutif de GreenWin est constitué d’une équipe de 7 personnes, toutes issues du Conseil d’Administration. Le bureau est un organe de gestion opérationnel. Les membres sont :

  • Petitjean André (Prayon)
  • De Barquin Fabrice (CSTC)
  • Graff Véronique (GreenWin)
  • Portier Paul (PREFER)
  • Reniers François (ULB)
  • Tilquin Jean-Yves (Carmeuse)
  • Van den Neste Marc (AGC)

Strategy Committee

Committees are the principal tool for developing the strategy of the Cluster. Their function is in particular to determine strategic analysis priorities in the methodological process. They are also charged with identifying requirements in terms of collective infrastructures or structural innovations, which the Cluster can communicate to the Authorities.

A committee is created for each domain of activity of the Cluster (3 principal orientations and one transversal pertaining to training). Each is chaired by an administrator representing the businesses and comprises the university departments, research centres, federations and clusters concerned.

The composition of Strategy Committees is not fixed and the desire of the Cluster's founders is to bring in a maximum of representative actors from the domain concerned. Strategy Committees can call upon any external expertise. They have access to support from the Operations Unit, which provides secretarial services and manages the actions and work decided upon.


Permanent Operations Unit

Objectives of the Operations Unit:

  • Identification of projects presenting a high potential for economic and environmental development
  • Construction of partnership dossiers within the Cluster
  • The selection of quality projects responding to the principles of sustainable development and international scope
  • Support for projects up to industrial implementation