|Specialisation: Renewable Energy, Offshore Wind, Utilities|
|Company Position: Director|
|Email Address: email@example.com|
|Phone Number: +65 3165 2283|
Having over 10 years of direct Executive Search experience in the Energy Sector across all major markets, I have come to understand the complexities in developing, executing and operating renewable energy and utilities projects.
Covering both permanent search and contract solutions, I have developed a value-add ethos in consultations to both clients and candidates alike, developing a reputation for providing visibility to project investors, who are looking to deploy capital, and giving candidates a view ahead of the market.
My business partner and I founded the business to be market makers rather than market takers!
Area of Specialisation
Capturing projects in the investment/development phase prior to financial close, then providing project execution & asset operations professionals throughout the asset lifecycle.
My specialty is in C-Level, Director, Senior Management, and Heads of Department appointments across the Renewable Energy sector.
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 Producers (IPPs)
• Engineering Services Firms (Owner’s Engineering, Lender’s Engineers, Independent Engineering)
• EPC Companies
• Construction Contractors
• Equipment Suppliers
Renewable Energy Technology Focus:
• Waste to Energy
My thoughts on Renewable Energy
Renewable Energy investment globally is growing at a rapid pace with everyone from Funds to Strategic Corporates looking to capitalise on the clean energy transition. The global renewable energy market was valued at $928 Billion in 2017, and is expected to reach $1,512 Billion by 2025!
Notably many investors are now exploring technologies beyond traditional solar and wind; with batteries, waste to energy, green hydrogen, and hybrid energy projects being a key focus. With many developing countries lacking in talent for solar and wind there will be further resource challenges for the newer technologies. Recruiters need to identify talent that not only has relevant experience but can develop others who don't in order to grow the talent pool and push the industry forward.