James has advised on clean energy and infrastructure projects for over ten years. He worked in-house for three years at a UK-based green hydrogen electrolyser manufacturer and has seen first-hand the unique organisational challenges facing cutting-edge manufacturers in scaling up, particularly at a pace consistent with the demands of net zero. James has also advised on a number of key areas driving the energy transition including power purchase and energy procurement (including tech-based solutions such as P2P energy trading), energy storage and grid resiliency, and green hydrogen and low-carbon mobility.
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