Deborah Mann, senior director, European Gas, Power, and Renewables, S&P Global, is an expert in in low-carbon energy strategy. She specializes in evaluating the impact of new technologies on the decarbonization of diverse energy sectors. Ms. Mann has authored numerous reports on subjects including hydrogen, energy storage, power to gas, sector coupling, renewable heat, carbon capture and utilization, and nuclear energy. She was the project research lead on the IHS Markit studies, “Hydrogen: The missing piece of the zero-carbon puzzle” and “Beyond the Flame: The transformation of Europe’s heat sector,” Ms. Mann joined IHS Markit in 2007, leading a team producing European power market fundamentals analysis and modeling, as well as long-term European energy outlooks. Her previous experience includes 15 years in oil refining and gas conversion with BP, where she carried out various techno-economic appraisal and strategic studies, and for M W Kellogg, where she set up and ran a refinery planning group. A chartered chemical engineer, Ms. Mann is a member of the Institution of Chemical Engineers and of the Energy Institute. Educated in the United Kingdom, Ms. Mann holds MA and MEng degrees from the University of Cambridge and an MSc from Kingston University.