The Bologna Institute for Policy Research | Seminar Series Event | Marco-Dell-Aquila---Christopher-Jackson---Patrick-Molloy---Markus-Wilthaner-The-Johns-Hopkins-SAIS-Global-Risk-Conference---Hydrogen-A-Zero-Carbon-Energy-Vector-Whose-Time-Has-Come
April 23, 2020 - 18:30 Online Event - Johns Hopkins SAIS Global Risks Conference

The Johns Hopkins SAIS Global Risk Conference - Hydrogen. A Zero Carbon Energy Vector Whose Time Has Come
Marco Dell'Aquila - Christopher Jackson - Patrick Molloy - Markus Wilthaner


hosted by Professor Marco Dell'Aquila

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Marco Dell'Aquila
Senior Adjunct Professor of Energy, Resources and Environment, Johns Hopkins University SAIS Europe; Chairman, inspiratia, UK
Christopher Jackson
CEO, Protium Green Solutions, UK
Patrick Molloy
Senior Associate, Rocky Mountain Institute, US
Markus Wilthaner
Associate Partner, McKinsey & Company, UK

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MARCO DELL'AQUILA

Marco Dell'Aquila is Senior Adjunct Professor of Energy, Resources and Environment at the Johns Hopkins University SAIS Europe and Founder and Chairman of Power Capital in London. Dell'Aquila has spent 30 years in the energy sector, of which the last 18 years in renewables and cleantech. He co-founded and is Chairman of inspiratia - a global analytics and data company focusing on renewables and infrastructure sectors. He also founded Power Capital, a pioneering financial and strategic advisory firm focused on renewables. He has served on a number of start-up company boards and in 1997 co-founded IJGlobal, an information services company covering energy and infrastructure. Dell'Aquila has taught at SAIS since 2011 and is a member of the SAIS Europe Advisory Council. He was a Fellow of the Institute of Latin America Studies in the late 1980s. Dell'Aquila has a BSc (Tech) in Civil and Structural Engineering from the University of Manchester and an MA in International Relations and Economics from Johns Hopkins University SAIS.

CHRISTOPHER JACKSON

Christopher Jackson is CEO of Protium, a UK focused hydrogen and fuel cell project developer. Until April 2020 he was the lead hydrogen consultant for the World Bank and secured the Bank's first internal funding for hydrogen in over a decade. He is a committed believer in the value proposition of hydrogen to transform the global energy system, and has previous industry experience in insurance, venture capital, renewable energy development and consulting. He holds a master's degree focused on Energy, Resources and the Environment and International Economics from Johns Hopkins University SAIS.

PATRICK MOLLOY

Patrick Molloy works with the Industry and Heavy Transport program at Rocky Mountain Institute. In this role, Patrick has developed expertise in mining at materials sectors, leading work around closed site utilization. Additionally, Molloy drives work around hydrogen applications in the Industry and Heavy Transport space, and in the maritime shipping sector, where he supported the drafting of the Poseidon Principles. Previously he worked as part of the Business Renewables Center (now REBA) on corporate PPA structuring and procurement. He holds a master's degree in International Economics and International Relations from Johns Hopkins University SAIS, as well as an MEconSc in European Economic and Public Affairs and a BA in Politics & History from the University College Dublin.

MARKUS WILTHANER

Markus Wilthaner is Associate Partner at McKinsey & Company. He is specialized in battery, hydrogen, and fuel cells and helps clients shape and create value from unprecedented shifts in the energy and mobility transition. He co-leads the hydrogen and battery teams at the McKinsey Center for Future Mobility and has worked in Europe, Asia, North America and the Middle East. He holds a master's degree from Johns Hopkins SAIS and TU Vienna University of Technology.




 





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