Anthony Doherty

Chief Investment Officer
NTR plc

Anthony originally joined NTR in 2006 and has held executive management roles in renewable power generation and bioenergy businesses across the NTR group.

Anthony leads the investment team with over 15 years’ experience originating, developing and executing €1.75 billion of wind, solar, energy storage and bioenergy transactions across Europe and North America.  Anthony has managed investment, financing, portfolio management and investment realisation programmes in renewable energy and sustainable infrastructure assets, including NTR's monetisation of its UK recycling platform and US wind assets. In addition to successfully completing transactions, Anthony has extensive greenfield development experience and has managed development and operational teams across Europe and North America.

Anthony was previously Development Director of Biffa plc, the leading UK listed environmental services business, and prior to joining NTR, worked in leadership positions for an international technology company in a private equity investment portfolio, and in corporate development for CRH plc.  Anthony began his career with Andersen.

Anthony holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree and Master of Accountancy from the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School and is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland.

07 Dec
 - 14:50 GMT
Panel Discussion

This panel will look at changing ownership profiles within the sector. As we see a rise in investment funds with ambitious ESG targets and oil and gas companies interested in renewables, what impact will these players have on the sector? Is wind becoming more of a game for larger players? How are current asset owners planning for the future and what looks attractive from an acquisition perspective?

  • What trends emerged in 2021 – a move towards acquiring development platforms or pipeline?
  • What kind of assets are buyers looking for to compliment existing portfolios?
  • How are pipelines or projects being valued? What’s changed in 2021?
  • How big an impact has the onus on ESG had on fundraising?