Stirling has 20 years of experience in renewable energy finance and advisory. Prior to Source Galileo, Stirling held senior positions in the project finance teams of the European banks ING, UniCredit and Triodos Bank focused on renewables, onshore and offshore wind and hydrogen, as well as financial advisory roles at KPMG and Green Giraffe. At Source Galileo Stirling is involved in the development of onshore solar and battery and offshore wind projects, including hydrogen production from floating offshore wind farms. Stirling holds a masters degree in mechanical engineering and a masters degree in environmental engineering and sustainable infrastructure from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden.
Co-located and hybrid technologies, such as green hydrogen, provide the opportunity to make additional revenue from your assets, which can be particularly attractive when having difficulty establishing grid connections.
The panel will discuss the benefits of such technologies, and why diversifying your portfolios to include them makes them so much more attractive to investors.