CANCELLED: Low-Carbon Heat Conference 2020 Speakers

  • Matthew Black

    Matthew Black

    Business Development Manager, Kensa

    Matthew is a passionate and knowledgeable energy professional who has over twelve years’ experience working in the renewable energy and low carbon heat sectors. Matthew is the Business Development Manager in Scotland for The Kensa Group. Kensa deliver shared ground loop array heating systems to social housing which offer a long term sustainable solution to climate emergency and fuel poverty by providing low cost, low carbon warmth to Scotland's communities.

  • Fabrice Leveque

    Fabrice Leveque

    Senior Policy Manager, Scottish Renewables

    Fabrice is a senior policy manager at Scottish Renewables, covering large scale energy generation. He works to ensure a supportive policy environment to enable the industry to keep growing and enable a transition to a cleaner, low-carbon economy.

    Fabrice was previously a policy lead at WWF and WWF Scotland, campaigning to improve climate change and energy policy with a particular focus on the built environment. Prior to this he worked for a Westminster think-tank looking at the future of the electricity system. He has also worked in the solar industry.

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    Claire Mack

    Chief Executive, Scottish Renewables

    Claire has been Chief Executive of Scottish Renewables, the representative voice of Scotland’s renewable energy industry, since October 2017. She is responsible for leading the organisation’s work to grow Scotland’s renewables sector and sustain its position at the forefront of the global clean energy industry.

    Claire is a member of the First Minister’s Energy Advisory Board and the Renewables Industry Advisory Group, co-chaired by Scotland’s Energy Minister.

  • Jonathan Marshall - Energy & Climate Change Intelligence Unit

    Dr Jonathan Marshall

    Head of Analysis, Energy & Climate Change Intelligence Unit

    Jonny joined the Energy and Climate Intelligence Unit in 2016. Before this he was employed at S&P Global Platts and as a Postdoctoral researcher at Imperial College London. Jonny holds a Ph.D. in chemistry from Imperial and completed his undergraduate studies at the University of York.

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