Claire is an experienced economist with particular expertise on climate change and the low carbon transition.
She advises clients on investment decisions, business model design and policy interventions in the low carbon energy sector, including on buildings, transport, industrial decarbonisation, renewable electricity and carbon capture and storage.
Prior to joining Frontier in 2011, Claire worked at the Climate Change Committee and in the Government Economic Service. Claire holds a degree in Economics and History from Trinity College Dublin, and an MSc in Environmental and Resource Economics from University College London.
October 8th is designated Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day, chosen for the atomic weight of hydrogen (1.008). In support of this day, The Solar & Storage Finance Summit will look at green hydrogen, powered by solar in the US market.
This session will analyze the work we need to do as an industry to improve the bankability of green hydrogen collocated with solar as a generation source. We will hear from lenders and equity investors about their appetite for this segment of the market, explore the trends in CAPEX and look at how the industry can scale. We will also look at investment needed into the infrastructure supporting the growth of the industry and discuss how government plans to support a hydrogen industry could bolster solar+H2.