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Manager - R&D Technical Consultant , Leyton UK

BSc(Hons)Geology, MSc Petroleum Geoscience with Exploration and a wealth of international work experience in Africa, Europe and Latin America.Strong technical understanding of multiple facets of...

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  • Mar 29, 2021

Successfully managing the energy transition is by no means straightforward and, therefore, calls for bold leadership and greater collaboration between companies and industries than ever before. New, unproven technologies, such as green hydrogen, utility-scale battery storage, and carbon capture, need to be developed, brought rapidly down their respective cost curves, and deployed at world scale — just as we did with solar and wind energy over the last decade

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Matt Chester on Mar 29, 2021

Great example of 'this is happening, hop aboard and take the ride or be left behind'

People, companies, and governments will be kicking themselves in just a few years for not getting in with the early movers

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