Geoff Wright

Brookfield Renewable Energy Group

Senior Vice President, Strategic Partnerships

Geoff Wright is the Senior Vice President, Strategic Partnerships, at Brookfield Renewable where he helps coordinate global commercial and business development strategies across a portfolio of decarbonization solutions in North America, South America, Europe and Asia. Geoff is keenly focused on understanding how a business can transition its operations in an increasingly carbon constrained world and drive value for all parties to a transaction. Geoff has been with Brookfield since 2013 in progressively senior roles in research, business development and management and has helped to deploy multiple billions of dollars across Renewable, Infrastructure and Private Equity transactions. With both public and private sector experience, Geoff brings a pragmatic, systems perspective to the challenges and opportunities that we are all facing as we work through the energy transition. Geoff is volunteer director with QUEST, a national non-profit that supports communities in Canada on their pathway to net-zero and holds a Masters Degree in Economics from McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario.

Sessions With Geoff Wright

Tuesday, 8 March

Thursday, 10 March

  • 07:30am - 08:35am (CST) / 10/mar/2022 01:30 pm - 10/mar/2022 02:35 pm

    Navigating the Risks & Rewards in Latin American Power Markets

    Panel Power & Renewables
    Latin America’s growth trajectory in non-hydro renewable and gas-fired generation is set to continue and even accelerate as market fundamentals remain sound. The region continues to face multiple challenges, including economic and political risks, but new business opportunities and models are emerging and disrupting long-standing market paradigms in the power sector. Amid this period of uncertainty, what are the key opportunities in the power sector? How can corporate power purchase agreements reshape the market for renewables? How will the region combine the growing role of intermittent renewable resources with the need for additional flexibility and stability? What is the role of emerging technologies and green hydrogen in the region?