• EPC
  • EPC

EPC provides support for the preparation and execution of complex projects at the national and international levels. Their work focuses on the conceptual development and guidance of applied research projects in the fields of renewable energy, climate protection, the environment, planning and technologies for information and communications. Education, communication and transfer aspects play a decisive role in many project proposals as well as their interdisciplinary nature.

Profound consulting concerning grants and related application processes represent the cornerstone for the acquisition of financial support from the Federal Republic of Germany as well as from the European Union. The development of high-quality consortiums by bringing together suitable project participants is part of EPC’s field of functions. In parallel with the application management service, EPC provides support for stringent project development as well as subsequent project management.

In addition EPC offers target-group specific communication and facilitation services. These activities include project specific public relations, conducting workshops and the long-term involvement of different stakeholder groups targeting at their active participation in project and planning processes. The facilitation of conferences and events as well as the realisation of seminars related to the topic of European funding completes the task spectrum offered by EPC.

The EPC team combines long-standing experience in project management with technical knowledge in various disciplines such as land-use planning and geography.

Dr. Ulrich Eimer

Dr. Ulrich Eimer possesses several years of experience in project conception and coordination at the national and international levels, focused on issues like energy, the environment, the climate and sustainability. In addition, he is also engaged in moderation and seminar activities. Contact:    

EPC-Team Vera Bartolivic

Vera Bartolović, Dipl.-Ing. is experienced in the management of national and international projects as well as in preparing and carrying out public awareness events. The geoscientist’s activities comprise the public relations and communication of projects, networking and stakeholder coordination as well as knowledge transfer. Contact:    

claudia leifert

Claudia Leifert, M.Sc. Physical Geography, operates in the development, support and coordination of national and international projects. In addition to project-oriented public relations and its quality assurance, event management and the work with stakeholder groups are part of her range of tasks. (parental leave)

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Katrin Oberländer complements the EPC team with her long-standing professional experience in graphic and media design. She is responsible for the development and design of communication concepts, the implementation of print and digital PR products as well as the application of geo-information systems (WebGIS/GIS). Contact:  

Sabine Guenther

Graduate economist Sabine Günther-Brezina has extensive experience in consulting companies on environmental law and policy as well as in providing counsel for the introduction of environmental and energy management systems. She is the area manager for the consulting and networking of companies in the project "Resource Efficient Industrial Parks". Contact:  

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Sabine Spilles, M.A. working as an editor and in environmental politics for some years, has particular expertise in communications and project conception with focus on climate, renewable energies, species and water protection. After an additional training in EU-funding, she joint EPC in 2018 as a project manager and developer of EU-projects. Contact:    

christine beusch

Christine Beusch, Environmental Scientist (diploma), has been working as a Research Associate at the Federal Environment Agency and at TU Berlin in interdisciplinary projects on national and international level. Since 2018 she is in charge of project development, support and coordination at EPC. Contact:  

jaron berg

Jaron Berg, master student of Geography: Resource Analysis and Management, is supporting the EPC team as project assistant since 2018. Contact: