• CERAWeek
  • March 18 - 22, 2024

Guy van Nieuwenhove

National Grid Ventures

Senior Vice President - Director of Portfolio Management & Business Development

Guy van Nieuwenhove is the SVP - Director of Portfolio Management & Business Development at National Grid Ventures and is part of the National Grid Ventures executive team. Guy has 20 years’ experience across the energy industry, previously working internationally at Shell Plc and Centrica Plc with expertise in strategy, operations, business development and M&A. Guy is also an Industrial Engineer, holds a Masters in Oil & Gas economics. At NGV, Guy leads the Portfolio Management and Business Development teams to manage new investments and risks across NGV’s portfolio, spanning UK and US geographies with the purpose of enabling a clean, affordable and resilient energy transition. Current focus includes leading the CCUS and Hydrogen development of National Grid Venture’s interests in the U.K. which is playing a fundamental role in decarbonising manufacturing and power sectors as well as generating thousands of new jobs in the largest industrial cluster in the region.  In the US, Guy is also leading a wider National Grid Plc effort to support development of the North East Hydrogen Hub working with partners across the full value chain to develop a broader hydrogen economy. Guy’s experience is broad in the energy value chain, including developing, managing large downstream fuels businesses, and serving multi-million customers in utilities and services businesses (energy, home services, renewables, energy efficiency, insurance and Smart/IoT platforms).

Sessions With Guy van Nieuwenhove

Thursday, 9 March

  • 01:00pm - 01:30pm (CST) / 09/mar/2023 07:00 pm - 09/mar/2023 07:30 pm

    Developing a Northeast US Hydrogen Hub

    Along with a coalition of private companies, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, and Connecticut propose to create a northeast hydrogen hub. Join New York’s lead agency and two key partners to discuss their plans for a coordinated, multi-state approach to a hydrogen hub in the nation’s densest urban core.