14 October 2020
Join us as we discuss strategies to assist energy industry incumbents as they transition into renewable energy businesses.
Renewable Energy Strategies from Energy Industry Incumbents
Event date: Wednesday 28 October
Event Time: 10am UK
Join us for this 30min interactive webinar, where we will discuss with our guest speakers Gavin Smart and Marc Allen, strategies that will assist energy industry incumbents, as they transition into renewable energy businesses.
* Wind power - managing the demand and reducing costs
* Applying lessons learned from O&G industry in renewables
* Green hydrogen - hype or hope
* Obstacles and opportunities in renewable energy investment
Register today to attend this once off virtual event
Meet our panel
Head of Analysis & Insights, Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult
Gavin Smart joined ORE Catapult in April 2014 as Finance & Investment Analyst and currently holds the post of Head of Analysis & Insights. Gavin is responsible for developing and maintaining ORE Catapult’s financial and economic modelling, which feeds directly into the organisation’s commercial strategy and for generating insights from ORE Catapult projects. Gavin spent three years as Senior Investment Analyst for ScottishPower Renewables, developing models and analysis tools for UK and European offshore wind and marine projects. Prior to this he worked as a Valuation & Business Modelling consultant in the Middle East for Ernst & Young, engaged in projects covering a variety of industries.
Climate Change Risk Advisor & Technical Director, Engeco
Marc is a chemical engineer with over 20 years' experience. He has spent the last 12 years specialising in sustainability and climate change. He is currently Technical Director of engeco, a consulting company that helps businesses identify and analyse their exposure to climate change risk and develop climate change strategy. He has had many years experience in decarbonisation and energy strategies - including renewable energy studies, energy efficiency and large scale abatement and offsets for carbon emissions.
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