Mariëlle de Sain has nearly 20 years of experience in the area of sustainable energy and living conditions. Her projects are characterised by the consideration and integration of various functions in urban and rural areas, port and industrial areas and the link with infrastructure and energy grids.
As an adviser and project manager at Pondera, Mariëlle is responsible for projects involving sustainable energy and living conditions. These projects often take the form of feasibility studies, environmental assessments, environmental impact assessments and environmental management. Current and future legislation is applied to the projects and incorporated into her recommendations.
Mariëlle often takes on the role of matchmaker in her projects: she links content with the political/administrative context and brings together the various parties and different interests at play. Communication, enthusiasm and custom solutions are the key words in her work.
Education, training and previous employers
Mariëlle de Sain graduated with a degree in public administration in 1996, and has since completed a number of courses related to journalism and process management. After university, she was employed by the contractor Mourik. Mariëlle subsequently held a number of positions with consultancy firm IWACO (later Royal Haskoning) and DHV: adviser, project lead, project manager and team manager. She has been an adviser at Pondera Consult since 1 January 2013.
Recent relevant projects
- Vision on Space & Mobility (VRM) for wind energy in province South-Holland
- Location study – wind energy potential, municipality of Leiderdorp
- ‘Net op zee Borssele’ Tennet TSO
- Haringvliet Goeree-Overflakkee wind farm, Nuon and Eneco