Clarlynn Tan 陈凯琳

Specialisation: Energy & Infrastructure Recruitment, Renewable Energy, Offshore Wind
Company Position: Senior Consultant - Renewables & Investment (Asia)
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Phone Number: +65 6914 9935

Upon obtaining my Accounting and Finance Bachelor's Degree from the University of London, I joined the recruitment industry and built a Renewable Energy desk for the North-East Asian market. I work with major renewable energy developers, EPCs and Manufacturers. I have a keen interest  in supporting the Offshore Wind market in Taiwan. 

Though recruitment is my first professional job experience, I know renewable energy and recruitment is something I’m passionate about, and will be building a career out of it. 

Area of Specialisation

I recruit across the end-to-end value chain of renewable energy projects - from  investment and commercial personnel, to technical professionals.

Clients I work with include:

•    Infrastructure Investment Banks / Private Equity Groups
•    Infrastructure Advisory and Management Firms
•    Legal Counsel (external and internal)
•    Project Developers
•    Independent Power Produces (IPPs)
•    Engineering Services Firms (Owner’s Engineering, Lender’s Engineers, Independent Engineering)
•    EPC Companies 
•    Construction Contractors
•    Equipment Suppliers 

Renewable Energy Technology Focus:
•    Solar
•    Wind
•    Hydropower
•    Geothermal
•    Bio-Energy
•    Waste to Energy 

My thoughts on Renewable Energy

Renewable Energy is the focus point in the world right now with the amount of pollution created in the last 2 decades. Energy is not something we see, but it's something we use daily, and cannot do without. With the reducing costs of building Renewable Energy projects, it is now more cost efficient and becoming more readily available globally.

North Asia is an interesting market. Just China alone has invested $132 billion into Renewable Energy in 2017. It has been leading investments for Renewable Energy in the last 3 years due to the heavy pollution, which affects the people's day-to-day life.