Tim Holt

Siemens Energy

Member of the Executive Board & Labor Director

Tim Holt is Member of the Executive Board of Siemens Energy AG since April 2020 and Member of the Executive Board of Siemens Gas and Power Management GmbH since November 2019. Mr. Holt is responsible for the Transmission business and for the Americas region, as well as the support functions. He also serves as Labor Director for Siemens Gas and Power Management GmbH. Tim Holt previously served as the Chief Operating Officer of Siemens Gas and Power from 2019–2020. As Chief Operating Officer, he was responsible for optimizing the functionality of the business. Other roles he has held within Siemens include Chief Executive Officer of Siemens Power Generation Services Division, Chief Executive Officer of Wind & Renewable Energy Services, Vice President of Business Development for the Power Generation Services Division, as well as a variety of roles in sales, engineering and strategy. Tim Holt received his engineering degree in aerospace engineering (Diplom-Ingenieur) from Technical University in Berlin and received his MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management in Evanston, Illinois. He is married and based in Orlando, Florida.

Sessions With Tim Holt

Wednesday, 9 March

  • 10:35am - 11:05am (CST) / 09/mar/2022 04:35 pm - 09/mar/2022 05:05 pm

    Global Gas & Power Strategies

    Panel Gas & LNG

    Christian Bruch, President & Chief Executive Officer, Siemens Energy, and Dan Brouillette, President, Sempra Infrastructure, join Daniel Yergin for a discussion on global gas and power strategies.

Thursday, 10 March

  • 03:05pm - 03:45pm (CST) / 10/mar/2022 09:05 pm - 10/mar/2022 09:45 pm

    Renewable Ambitions: Can supply chains deliver?

    Panel Energy Infrastructure/Supply Chain
    In November 2021, representatives of almost 200 nations and territories gathered in Glasgow to drive forward action on limiting global climate change. Currently, a total of 154 parties have pledged to reach net-zero emissions, accounting for about 90% of global GHG emissions and 95% of global GDP. As part of these ambitions, parties have agreed to accelerate the efforts to reduce unabated coal and phase out inefficient fossil fuel subsidies. Under the IHS Markit Green Rules scenario, approximately 75% of key markets’ generation capacity will come from renewables in 2050. This will require a dramatic ramp up of the supply chains and the production and processing of raw materials. What is required for supply chains to develop at the pace that climate ambitions will require? How are companies adapting their strategies to cope with potential supply chain bottlenecks?