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  • March 18 - 22, 2024
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Scott Tinkler


Global Utilities Lead & Senior Managing Director

Scott is passionate about reshaping his client’s businesses for near- and long-term growth while positively impacting our society and planet. Scott builds and cultivates long-term, trust-based relationships with the Utility C-suite to solve their most challenging problems. He advises and leads large-scale customer transformation programs emphasizing industry data solutions, culture shift, and transformational change management. Scott is passionate about the decarbonization of the energy system. He believes that Utility organizations are core to the energy transition and is committed to enable solutions that will help our clients successfully navigate the energy transition. Though an experienced Utility leader, Scott also originates opportunities that converge across industry (emobility, industrial clusters, 5G, etc). He is committed to building cohesive, highly functional, and diverse teams with a strong sense of community. In his personal life, Scott expresses himself in art and photography. When he and his wife, Cecilia, aren’t at home in Virginia, they enjoy traveling the globe and playing tennis. Scott earned his Bachelor of Electrical Engineering degree from Drexel University and his Masters of Electrical Engineering degree from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

Sessions With Scott Tinkler

Thursday, 9 March

  • 04:10pm - 04:50pm (CST) / 09/mar/2023 10:10 pm - 09/mar/2023 10:50 pm

    The Race for Clean Energy

    Energy Infrastructure/Supply Chain
    During the 2020s, six-times more solar, two-times more wind and 37-times more batteries will be required than in the previous decade. Each of these technologies are critical to the decarbonization of the global economy and will rely upon a major scale up of their associated supply chains, from raw materials and manufacturing capacities, to logistics, labor and specialist-skilled engineers. Where will the major bottlenecks and shortages be seen? How can the necessary investments in manufacturing capacity be unlocked? What steps should be taken to ensure supply chains can scale sufficiently?