Grégoire Dallemagne (49) obtained the degree of commercial engineer at the Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL) and also holds an MBA degree of the University of Chicago.
He started his career as an auditor with Arthur Andersen. Afterwards he became active in the telecommunications sector when he started working with the international group Tele2, where he held several positions in Sweden and Luxembourg. He was managing director of Tele 2 – Versatel Belgium. After the company was sold to KPN, he became managing director of KPN Belgium and member of the management committee of KPN International.
From 2008 to 2011, Grégoire Dallemagne was Executive Vice President Strategy and management committee member of Belgacom (now Proximus). In this role he was responsible for the company’s strategy.
He has been the CEO of Luminus, where he launched a major strategic transformation in order to face the challenges of the energy transition, since September 2011. Luminus has since then evolved to take up a leading position in the field of renewable energy production and as a provider of energy efficiency solutions. Today Luminus is a team of more than 2,500 people who are committed to the energy transition on a daily basis, in order to build a CO2-neutral energy future that reconciles the preservation of our planet, well-being and economic growth thanks to electricity and innovative solutions and services.
Grégoire Dallemagne is married and father of four children.
He is very motivated to join the board of Women on Board to support the realisation of the mission of the association.