Conference Chair

Henrik Poulsen, CEO, Dong Energy, Denmark

Henrik Poulsen holds a BCom degree in finance and accounting from Århus School of Business. His previous roles include the position as CEO in Danish Telecom firm TDC. He has also worked as Executive Vice President of LEGO, where he was globally responsible for sales and marketing, the private equity fund Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. and Novo Nordisk and McKinsey & Company...

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Track Chair: Industrialising the supply chain

Andrew Jamieson, CEO, Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult, UK

Andrew Jamieson is Chairman of RenewableUK and CEO for ORE Catapult with responsibility for promoting technological innovation in offshore wind, wave and tidal power. Prior to this Andrew was Policy and Innovation Director at Scottish Power Renewables. In 2009 he accepted an invitation from Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond to join the Energy Advisory Board...

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Track Chair: Finance

Dima Rifai, CEO, Paradigm Change Capital Partners, UK

Dima is CEO of Paradigm Change Capital Partners, a leading institutional investor advisor with expertise in advising investors on low carbon finance, designing specialised funding vehicles and arranging programmatic funding for superior low carbon assets. Dima has been working extensively with institutional investors to boost understanding and allocation to low carbon sectors...

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Track Chair: Future technologies

Jesper Møller, Head of Offshore Technologies, Siemens Wind Power, Denmark

Jesper is Head of Offshore Technologies in the Technology and Innovation area at Siemens Wind Power and is responsible for future oriented technologies for tomorrow's Offshore Wind Farms. Prior to this, he was Director for Offshore Engineering at Siemens...

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Track Chair: Markets, strategies & planning

Norbert Giese, Vice President of Offshore Development, Repower AG, Germany

Norbert brings a wealth of experience to his current position as Vice President of Offshore Development at REpower Systems. As a co-founder of the first German Wind Cooperative in 1988, he has been active in the European wind industry for 25 years. From 1989 to 2008, Norbert worked in a variety of positions for Siemens Wind Power (formerly AN Windenergie)...

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