Here you can get to know the employees who regularly write for Axpo's online magazine.
Eberhard Röhm-Malcotti (born 1972) has worked at Axpo since 2010 as Head EU Energy Policy. He established and manages Axpo's EU representation in Brussels. Previously, he worked for European and national energy associations in Berlin and Brussels and for ABB and PwC. He has been dedicated to the fight against climate change for two decades. In his spare time, he can often be found swimming at Lake Zurich.
Janine Cavelti (born 1993) started at Axpo in 2016 as Assistant Head Corporate Communications & Public Affairs after completing her studies in business administration. In 2017, her area of responsibility expanded and she also worked as a social media manager and as a mobile journalist in the Axpo video team. Since 2020, her area of responsibility has been divided into two parts: As Product Manager, she supports the Biomass team, while she continues to work in the Corporate Communications department as Marketing Communications Manager.
Jeanette Schranz (born 1986) has worked in various functions at Axpo since January 2017. As Deputy Head Stakeholder Communications, she has experience in PR, financial communications, events and internal communications. As Business Partner of the Renewables Division, she advises and manages various communication projects. Previously, she spent several years as communications manager at the City of Zurich and as a PR consultant. She studied at the University of Zurich and the Free University of Berlin and holds a Master's degree and a CAS in Corporate Communications. In her free time, you can find her on the yoga mat or teaching Pilates.
Monika Müller (born 1973) has worked at Axpo since 2006. Her first few years at the company were spent in the sponsoring department, where she was responsible for environmental cooperations, before moving to the media team in 2010, where her focus is now on grid issues and renewables. Previously, she worked at the Zurich Transport Association and Prasa Hewitt (now AON). Drawing, writing, discussing and arguing - not only about energy topics - are part of her passion in her spare time as well.
Noa Frey (born 2000) has been working at Axpo in the University Marketing and Employer Branding department since 2021. She organises Axpo’s presence at various career events at the ETH, HSG, UZH and EPFL and helps to market Axpo as an attractive employer. She is also currently in the final year of her BSc in Business Administration at the FHNW in Brugg. In her free time you can find her playing tennis or hiking.
Noël Graber (born 1983) is Axpo's media spokesperson and is primarily interested in the technical side of electricity production and supply. He doesn't care whether the electricity comes from solar, wind, hydro or nuclear power.
Seraina Weinmann (born 1996) has been working at Axpo since 2020, first as an intern and then as Communications Support. She supports the Corporate Communications department in various fields, such as web publishing in the area of social media and financial reporting. Her hobbies include skiing and football.
Tobias Kistner (born 1978) has been a media spokesperson for Axpo since 2014. His focus is on Axpo's international energy trading business in around 40 countries in Europe, the USA and Asia. Before joining Axpo, he worked as Deputy Head of Corporate Communications at the telecoms group Sunrise and was a communications consultant at Farner Consulting in Zurich, where he was responsible for several international PR mandates. His hobbies include football, fitness and skiing.
Ueli Walther (born 1960) has worked at Axpo as Lead News Management since 2016. He set up and manages Axpo's corporate newsroom. He previously worked as a journalist (Berner Zeitung, 20min Online) and deputy editor-in-chief (Blick, Sonntagszeitung, Schweizer Illustrierte) and as a correspondent in London and Brussels (Cash). In these positions he was already intensively involved in energy issues. In his free time, he can often be found on the tennis court or hiking in the mountains.