Didier Vaucois

Didier Vaucois
EDF Regional Delegate

On 1 January 2016, Didier VAUCOIS, a graduate of the Ecole Centrale de Lille, was appointed EDF Regional Delegate in charge of organising the EDF Group’s Regional Action in the Grand Est region.  With strong roots from the Lorraine and Champagne region, he studied in the Aube and Marne departments before moving to the North. […]

On 1 January 2016, Didier VAUCOIS, a graduate of the Ecole Centrale de Lille, was appointed EDF Regional Delegate in charge of organising the EDF Group’s Regional Action in the Grand Est region. 

With strong roots from the Lorraine and Champagne region, he studied in the Aube and Marne departments before moving to the North. He began his professional career in EDF’s Distribution Department at the end of 1984 in Pas-de-Calais. 

His first years in the EDF Group were spent at EDF and GDF on assignments with the distributor and then at the EDF Trade Department. A large part of his career takes place in the Nord-Pas-De-Calais and the Paris region where he alternates between operational management and project management activities at the company’s headquarter. 

A keen innovator, he contributed to the creation of a start-up in 2001 (Internet start-up – search engine – and software publisher in the field of Intellectual Capital Management) and was Managing Director from 2005 to 2007. 

Upon his return to the EDF Group in 2007, he joined the Trade Department to set up commercial information systems in a competitive market. In 2009, he became Regional Director of ERDF in Nord-Pas-De-Calais. 

Passionate about the challenges of energy transition, he is called upon at the end of 2013 to develop decentralized energy system projects led by EDF. 

Appointed Regional Delegate of EDF, Didier VAUCOIS is in charge of coordinating the Group’s activities in the Grand Est region, which he represents to external contacts. 

Didier VAUCOIS is in line with the orientations of EDF’s Cap 2030 industrial project, with the ambition of actively contributing to the service of customers and territories, and with all the EDF Group’s businesses in the region: 

  • to the energy transition in particular, 
  • by the production of low-carbon electricity (the Grand Est region with a varied energy mix, between nuclear and renewable energies – hydro, photovoltaic, wind power… – already produces 20% of the electricity in France) 
  • by implementing energy eco-efficient solutions and energy use management services 
  • by supporting local authorities and economic and political actors in their projects for sustainable territories. 
  • the development of innovation and training, a factor for economic, social and employment progress in the Grand Est region 
  • the promotion of cross-border actions in the field of energy 
  • strengthening the proximity between EDF and the territories through participation in civic actions in favour of solidarity, diversity and integration into local employment. 
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