Renewables at a crossroads: ready for the big time?

The renewable energy transition is one of the world’s greatest challenges. Join our expert panel discussion on September 14 for insights on the latest technology and market trends that are priming the crossover to green energy.



  • 2pm BST | 9am EDT
  • Free

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Barbara Monterrubio
Energy Transition Analyst

Barbara is an analyst focused on the energy transition for the GlobalData Energy team. She has 8+ years of experience across different sectors in sustainable project development and energy transition policy implementation, including in the Ministry of Public Works and Services of Mexico City. Barbara had led the development of public policies strategies towards decarbonization for private and public sectors including topics like transmission, renewable strategies, power generation, infrastructure, and policy making.

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Harminder Singh
Director of Power Globaldata

Harminder specializes in research in the Power, Renewable Energy and Smart Grid sectors. He has more than 20 years of experience, most of which has been in energy sector research.

At GlobalData, Harminder manages research and analysis in the Power sector and is responsible for the company’s Power Intelligence Center.

He has led a large number of studies in the power and renewable energy sectors covering various aspects, including generation, transmission, distribution, smart grids, equipment, power trading, tariffs, policy and regulatory aspects, etc.

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Dave Keating
Energy Monitor Globaldata

Dave Keating is the senior writer for Energy Monitor, covering the energy transition with a particular focus on European policy. Originally from the New York City area, Dave has lived in Europe since 2006. He is ranked as the number one EU politics social media influencer by ZN Consulting and the second most influential EU observer in 2022, coming third in 2020 and 2021. Before arriving in Brussels in 2010, Dave covered the boardrooms of London, the halls of the US Congress in Washington, the cafes of Paris, the politics of Prague, the courtrooms of Chicago and the streets of New York City. He has also covered climate policy in Berlin. Dave previously covered US politics in Washington. Dave holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from New York University in film/television and European history. He also holds a Masters of Science in Journalism from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism in Chicago.

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Miłosz Gliński
Executive Director, Structured Finance, Santander Corporate & Investment Banking, Santander Bank Polska

Miłosz is an executive director with Santander Corporate & Investment Banking, based in Warsaw. He is responsible for innovative ESG financing solutions for both corporate clients and financial investors, with a particular focus on renewables and emerging energy technologies.

Over the last several years Miłosz concentrated on expanding the scope of ESG financing products available in Poland, including coordinating and executing the first ESG-linked syndicated loan in the CEE region, as well as helping establish Santander as a leading Project Finance lender in Poland in the renewable space. In addition, he leads Santander Poland’s efforts in emerging energy technologies, including energy storage and green hydrogen.

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