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Managing Partner Human Capital

Managing Partner of Human Capital, a multi-million dollar, global search and talent advisory firm focused on the energy, metals and agriculture value chains. Member of the executive committee and...

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Freeing Energy with Bill Nussey

Energy transition will be revolutionary. Fundamental to that statement is recognition that solar and batteries are technologies, not fuels. Their technological journeys have just begun - as have their consequences for societies, economics and for individuals. This is the biggest opportunity since the development of the combustion engine for the energy & commodities sector. But who will lead this next chapter in the global energy industry? Who is currently investing in what and what will the future look like? Our guest Bill Nussey, entrepreneur, tech CEO and host of the Freeing Energy Podcast.  Bill is the author of Freeing Energy – How Solar and Batteries are disrupting the global energy industry from the outside in.

 

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