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Phevos Skalidis

Research Manager

Phevos Skalidis is a Research Manager for IDC Energy Insights in Europe. In his role, he works with vendors and end-user clients to address how technologies innovate and transform the energy and utility industry. His main areas of focus include digital transformation, customer experience and more broadly business and IT trends relevant to the utility industry. Phevos is based at the IDC Italy office in Milan.

BACKGROUND

Prior to joining IDC, Phevos gained experience in the consulting industry, initially working at Deloitte and then at Business Integration Partners in Italy. He focused on the energy sector and in particular in IT-related projects. In the past he has also briefly worked for Phoenix Solar, a German company specializing in the design and construction of large photovoltaic power plants in Germany.

Phevos is a Greek native speaker, but also speaks Italian, English, German and some Spanish.

EDUCATION/INDUSTRY ACCOMPLISHMENTS

  • 2010 - Technical University of Munich, Germany – B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
  • 2014 – University of Milan, Italy – M.A. in Economics and Political Science
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Analyst Location

Italy

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Western Europe, Central and Eastern Europe