Transitioning into a green economy has been well documented, however the current Covid-19 pandemic has forced many businesses to reflect on their current priorities and processes. With many corporations finding their futures uncertain, is striving for net zero in a time of crisis even something we should be focusing on? In our presentation, we discuss our perspective on green energy costs and what the short- and long-term effects could be for companies going green in a post pandemic economy.
- Richard Nicholls, Head of Commercial, Brook Green Supply
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Richard Nicholls, Head of Commercial, Brook Green Supply
Richard has been with Brook Green Supply as Head of Commercial since its founding in 2015. He has specialised in working with UK based industrial and utility groups and has helped clients to risk manage and trade in the gas, power, CO2, oil and coal markets. Prior to being at Brook Green Supply, Richard worked for their parent company, CF Partners for 7 years and also worked as an energy market analyst at Man Group and Bloomberg New Carbon Finance. Richard holds a MSc in Climate Change and Risk Management from the University of Exeter, and a BA in Politics.