Webinar: Clean Energy Sector Insights
Matias Wibowo, Sector Lead for Energy & the Environment explores entrepreneur and investor views on the impact of the COVID-19 crisis, around the momentum towards clean energy transformation, along with some special guests.
We hear first-hand observations of how consumers and governments will impact demand for clean energy products and services as the pandemic recedes from our guest speakers covering both the entrepreneur and investor perspectives.
We cover questions such as:
- How has this set back last year’s momentum towards improved sustainability?
- How much are investors prioritising sustainability and clean energy?
- How are clean energy companies adapting and surviving?
Dr Chris Horne is the Commercial Director at myenergi Ltd, a manufacturer of devices for integrating renewable energy generation, heating and electric mobility. myenergi products are smart by design, integrating features that make them intuitive and easy to use, simple to install and ready to integrate with the future smart grid.
Chris has extensive experience working in the utility industry, having previously been employed by E.ON where he has worked on power stations and distribution networks, been in charge of a large engineering consultancy department and led teams working on technical and product innovation, and product commercialisation in the UK and Germany.
Lucy is an Investment Manager at ETF Partners, having joined the firm in 2016. ETF is a London based VC investing in Europe’s leading technology ventures showing sustainability through innovation. Lucy splits her time between deal sourcing, deal execution and in supporting the current portfolio companies in their growth.
Lucy sits as an observer on the boards of Worldsensing (operational intelligence and monitoring solutions, Spain), iGeolise (travel time analytics, UK), Corporater (flexible business management software, Norway), Deepsea (AI for Shipping, Greece), Cloud&Heat (sustainable data centers, Germany) and Shippeo (Supply chain visibility, France).
Pippa is the founder and managing director of Zero Carbon Capital, the home of the Zero Carbon Fund. This is a new EIS fund to invest in early-stage companies that are on a mission to fix climate change through scientific innovation. We are looking for knowledge-intensive, hard-tech solutions that have the potential to make half gigaton-level reductions of CO2e at scale; and vision-aligned, ambitious teams to go with them. We can accelerate the zero carbon transition if we create technologies that are better and cheaper than fossil incumbents. Pippa started angel investing in decarbonisation technologies in California nearly five years ago, where she was an active member of the impact investing ecosystem.