Dave Mouncey, Partner at Smith & Williamson, compered the night and represented the United States.
Europe was represented by Bethany Ledingham, Consultant at Eunomia Research & Consultancy
Dr Alexander Clarke, teaching Fellow in renewable energy at the University of Bath, shared his thought provoking viewpoints on energy policy and global initiatives from the perspective of Asia.
The presentations were followed by open – and lively – debate with the panel, with speakers being questioned on everything from renewed support for coal, how we can increase public support for sustainability and how could the sector as a whole could reach the tipping point suggested by Tesla’s growth.
This was the second in our summer series of evening events in partnership with Smith & Williamson, investigating the most pressing issues and upcoming developments affecting low carbon industries, with the programme kicking off again in 2018. We would like to thank all our speakers, audience and especially Smith & Williamson for hosting and their continued support.
Smith & Williamson is a leading, independently owned, professional and financial services firm, they provide accountancy, investment management and tax services to private and corporate clients. Their Sustech Team is made up of dedicated individuals who have an excellent understanding of the issues in the clean technology and renewable energy sector and are able to apply this knowledge and experience when offering their services. The team’s expertise covers accounting, audit and assurance, carbon policy compliance, corporate finance, due diligence, tax compliance and efficiency.