Visit Us

6th Floor
Tara House
46 Bath Street
G2 1HG

Call Us

0141 353 4980

Email Us

Speaker Biographies

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.

Before joining Scottish Renewables, Claire was Director of Policy and Place at the Scottish Council for Development. She has previously worked in various roles at Ofcom in Scotland, focusing on economic regulation of telecoms, radio spectrum and the mail market while also looking at developing digital participation of individuals and businesses.

Prior to this Claire worked in retail and the construction industry as well as on regulation of regional broadcasting in the Borders and North East of England.

Prof Martin Cave



Martin Cave is Chair of the UK Gas & Electricity Markets Authority (GEMA). Martin Cave has worked in government and academia as an economist specialising in the regulation of network industries and in competition law. From 2012 to 2018 he was a panel deputy chair at the Competition and Markets Authority or its predecessor, chairing market investigations, merger inquiries and regulatory appeals. He carried out five independent regulatory reviews for the UK Government and has advised many regulators in the UK and internationally. He has held chairs at various UK universities, including Warwick and the London School of Economics, and is the author of several books and articles on regulation.

Michael Moore

Senior Advisor


Michael Moore is a Senior Adviser at PwC, working with clients on the strategic implications of Brexit and other political issues.

Across different sectors, he has been advising boards and senior executives on the developments in the Brexit negotiation preparations, the framework of likely outcomes and the high level implications for their businesses.

Michael qualified as a Scottish chartered accountant with the firm before spending 18 years as a Member of Parliament.

He served in the cabinet as Secretary of State for Scotland during the Coalition and also spent time as European Business Adviser to the Deputy Prime Minister.